- Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
- Visiting Academic, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University
- Postdoctoral Associate, Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago
- PhD Sociology, Loyola University Chicago
- Dissertation Fellow, Arthur J. Schmitt Foundation
- Law and Social Science Fellow, American Bar Foundation
- Race and class
- Public finance
- Research methods
- Henricks, Kasey and Ruben Ortiz. 2022. “The Irrelevance of Innocence: Ethnoracial Context, Occupational Differences in Policing, and Tickets Issued in Error.” Socius 8:1-19.
- Henricks, Kasey and Ruben Ortiz. 2022. “Individuals in Default or the System? Race and Ethnicity, Stratification Views on Legal Debt, and Desire for Escalating Punishment.” Sociology of Race & Ethnicity 8(1):6-25.
- Henricks, Kasey. 2020. “The Verticality of White Space: Depths of Ticketing Exposure and Concealment in Chicago’s 42nd Ward.” American Behavioral Scientist 64(14):1975-1994.
- Henricks, Kasey. 2018. “‘I’m Principled Against Slavery, but …’: Colorblindness and the Three-Fifths Debate.” Social Problems 65(3):285-304.
- Henricks, Kasey and Louise Seamster. 2017. “Mechanisms of the Racial Tax State.” Critical Sociology 43(2):169-179.
- Henricks, Kasey and David G. Embrick. 2017. State Looteries: Historical Continuity, Rearticulations of Racism, and American Taxation. Routledge.