Kathleen Griesbach is a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies. She recently received her PhD in Sociology from Columbia University. Her research draws on economic and cultural sociology, the sociology of time, and critical geography to examine work experiences in light of ongoing economic transformations and enduring inequality in the labor process. Her current book project examines how contingent agricultural, oil and gas, academic and delivery workers navigate uncertain work schedules, earnings, and landscapes in Texas and New York City. Her work has recently appeared in Ethnography and Socius.