Doris Roberts Entwisle was born on September 28, 1924, in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, and died on November 12, 2013, in Towson, Maryland. Doris had a long, productive, and very rewarding career […]
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Karl Alexander discussing Missed Summer Learning Spells Out Long-Term Struggles on NPR on August 4, 2013
Memorial contributions can be made directly to the Doris Roberts Entwisle Graduate Teaching Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University. Go to: http://krieger.jhu.edu/giving. Obituary from the Baltimore Sun
In the Season of Marriage, a Question. Why Bother?
Ho-fung was interviewed on LA based station KPFK on the “Beneath the Surface” program about China’s debt crisis on Friday, April 19. Ho-fung’s portion of the interview begins at 43:00.
Study: Record Number Of People Are Cohabitating, Morning Edition, NPR, April 4, 2013 More and more Americans are opting to live together before they get married. That’s according to new […]
Study explores why some families return to poor neighborhoods
Economic and social inequality the focus of three new TCF fellows
Protest with Chinese Characteristics was awarded the 2013 Southeast Conference Association for Asian Studies book prize. The prize will be awarded at the SECAAS Conference on January 19, 2013.
The Neighborhood Effect – 25 years after William Julius Wilson changed urban sociology, scholars still debate his ideas. Is anyone else listening?