Alexandre (Sasha) White and his collaborator Pyar Seth launch Underwriting Souls, a new digital archive and exhibit on the slavery-related holdings at Lloyd’s, one of the oldest insurance companies in […]
Young People in China Can’t Find Work, and Xi Jinping Has Only One Response In August the Chinese government released a shocking piece of data: A record 21.3 percent of […]
As part of a strategic investment for a transformative expansion of the faculty of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University is […]
Adia Harvey Wingfield Elected 2024–2025 President; Allison J. Pugh Is Vice President We are pleased to announce that Adia Harvey Wingfield, Washington University in St. Louis, has been elected the […]
The American Political Science Association awarded Rina Agarwala’s book, The Migration-Development Regime: How Class Shapes Indian Emigration, the 2023 best book prize.
Congratulations to Rina Agarwala! The committee for the American Sociological Association Section on International Migration Thomas & Znaniecki Best Book Award announced her book, The Migration-Development Regime, the 2023 winner! […]
2023 ASA Sociology of Development Book Award Winner The Migration-Development Regime: How Class Shapes Indian Emigration Oxford University Press, 2022
KSAS Excellence in Teaching Awards The awards are a testament to the deep and lasting education our instructors offer their students every single day. Whether it’s in a laboratory or […]
Assistant Professor Christy Thornton has been named one of the 2023 Kluge Fellows at the Library of Congress. Fellows are in residence at the Library of Congress for four to eleven month periods.
At least one of every seven children in Maryland lives in poverty. A new analysis says the real number might be higher — maybe one in every five children. Whatever […]