Hannah Nario-Lopez

Pronouns: she/her

Education:
MA Sociology, 2018, University of the Philippines - Diliman
BA Sociology, 2010, University of the Philippines - Diliman

Research interests: Qualitative Research Methods, Sociology of Crime and Deviance, Sociology of Justice, Contemporary Social Issues

Recent courses taught:
Sociology of Crime & Deviance
Introduction to Sociology
Philippine Contemporary Social Issues
Qualitative Methods of Sociological Research
Social, Political, and Economic Thought

Bio: 
Hannah Glimpse Nario-Lopez earned her Bachelor and Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of the Philippines Diliman, where she is an Assistant Professor faculty of Philippine Contemporary Social Issues and Sociology of Deviant Behavior. She served as Youth Advisor at the Southeast Wyoming Juvenile and Detention Center. In 2019, she was invited as an International Visiting Research Fellow at the Home Team Behavioral Sciences Center, Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore. Her latest research focuses on relational coping strategies of jail officers toward material deprivation and overcrowding in Philippine jails, emotional labor in penal facilities, and the potential and plausibility of rehabilitative prison culture in the Philippines. In her teaching, research, and public service pursuits, she focuses on jail conditions, bureaucratic work relations, and the consequences and outright dangers of the slow dispensation of justice to the persons deprived of liberty, jail and prison officers, and the larger public. 

Publications:
2021 “Emotional Labor Dynamics as Precursors to Mundane Violence in a Philippine City Jail.” MovimentAção, Dourados, v. 8, nº. 14, pp. 65-93, 2021. Special Issue/ Dossiê: The boundaries of labour in times of crisis/ As fronteiras do trabalho em tempos de crisehttps://doi.org/10.30612/mvt.v8i14.15019 https://ojs.ufgd.edu.br/index.php/movimentacao/article/view/15019.

2021 “Diskarte Lang: Dealing with Operational Challenges in a Philippine City Jail.” Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 159-194. https://ajolbeta.ateneo.edu/stjgs/articles/228/2551.

2020 (Forthcoming) “Embodying the Promises of the People Power Revolution: Public Service as Civic Engagement among Millennial Officers in a Philippine City Jail.” Coauthored Samantha Piers and Jaysel Entienza. Philippine Social Science Review.

2020 “The Potential and Plausibility of Rehabilitative Prison Culture: A Philippine Example.” Social Science Diliman: A Philippine Journal of Society and Change, Volume 16, No. 2, July-December 2020, pp. 29-65. https://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/socialsciencediliman/article/view/8501.

2020 “Managing a Congested Jail Population: An Interview with a City Jail Warden.” Pp.  255-266 in Crime and Punishment in the Philippines: Beyond Politics and Spectacle, edited by Filomin C. Gutierrez. Quezon City: Philippine Social Science Council.

2018 “Doing Qualitative Research on Emotional Labor in a Philippine City Jail.” Philippine Social Science Review, Vol 70, No.1, pp.73-97.

2018 “Looking Beyond the Shoulders of Giants: Remaking Sociological Theory." Review of Sociological Theory Beyond the Canon, by Alatas, Syed Farid and Vineeta Sinha. Philippine Sociological Review Vol. 66, pp. 103-108. https://www.jstor.org/stable/26789726.

Presentations: 
2021 October 1-5 2021 International Conference of the Philippine Sociological Society, Online due to COVID-19 Pandemic, “Embodying the Promises of the People Power Revolution: Public Service as Civic Engagement among Millennial Officers in a Philippine City Jail” presented with Co-Authors Jaysel Entienza, and Samantha Piers

2019 October 30 Sociology Public Lectures, Department of Sociology, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, UP Diliman, “Lumugar Ka!” Enduring Emotional Labor in a Philippine City Jail” 

2019 October 3-5 2019 National Conference of the Philippine Sociological Society, Central Mindanao University, “What is Rehabilitative Prison Culture? Potentials, Plausibility, and Promises”

2019 September 10-13 2019 European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) Conference, Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin, “Lumugar Ka”— Alternative Narratives In Enduring Emotional Labor: Professionalism And Coping Among Officers In A Philippine City Jail” 

2019 July 9-12 2019 Asian Conference of Criminal and Operations Psychology, ParkRoyale on Beach Road, Singapore, Professionalism as a Tool for Navigating and Coping with Emotional Labor Among Officers In A Philippine City Jail 

2018 October 4-6 2018 National Conference of the Philippine Sociological Society, Siquijor State College, “Lumugar Ka”— Alternative Narratives In Enduring Emotional Labor: Professionalism And Coping Among Officers In A Philippine City Jail 

2018 June 24-27 10th Asian Criminological Association, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Emotional Labor among Officers in a Philippine City Jail

2017 October 5-7 2017 National Conference of the Philippine Sociological Society, University of the Philippines - Cebu, Ethnography of Emotional Labor in a Philippine City Jail: Some Reflections

2016 October 7-8 2016 National Conference of the Philippine Sociological Society, Ateneo de Davao University, Rights of the Convicted: Civil Society Interaction and State Approaches in The New Bilibid Prison

2015 June 24-26 10th Singapore Graduate Forum on Southeast Asia Studies, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore

Email: hnariolo@buffalo.edu