Frederick Wherry is Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Center for Cultural Sociology at Yale University.
He is currently studying how immigrant and minority households become more equitably integrated into the financial system.
He has conducted ethnographic investigations of value generation in artisanal production, the use of arts and culture in neighborhood transformation, and place-based narrations of value in the global economy.
He is the author of Global Markets and Local Crafts, The Philadelphia Barrio, and The Culture of Markets as well as co-editor (with Nina Bandelj) of The Cultural Wealth of Nations.
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