Allison Suppan Helmuth is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Sociology at Rice University. Her research examines how intersectional social inequalities are created, reproduced, and resisted in urban neighborhoods and communities, along spatial dimensions and in the specific contexts of housing and neighborhood change. Her research has appeared in City and Community, Feminist Theory, Sociological Forum, Journal of Homosexuality, and a number of edited volumes, research briefs, and policy reports. She received her doctorate in sociology from University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC) in 2022 and holds a master’s degree in sociology from George Washington University. She is a Fulbright and PEO Scholar award recipient.