Professor of Public Policy & Chair Andrew Cherlin was quoted in a New York Times article titled “Put a Ring on It? Millennial Couples Are in No Hurry”.
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Four Johns Hopkins Ph.D. candidates have been named Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellows for 2018 by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation: Ariella Messing, Onder Celik, Alexander Englert, and Smriti Upadhyay. The Newcombe Fellowship is the nation’s largest and most prestigious award for Ph.D. candidates in the humanities and social sciences addressing questions of […]
Vesla Weaver answers the question, What has led to the disproportionate number of incarcerated African-Americans in the US? Spring 2018 Edition
This month, Johns Hopkins Magazine debuts its new podcast, The Known World. Their first guest was sociologist Andrew Cherlin. Each episode will be an informative conversation with a Johns Hopkins scientist, medical researcher, creative artist, policy expert, or scholar about their knowledge and expertise.
The Johns Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs is a monthly podcast discussing the most pressing issues in international relations. Three Johns Hopkins students in the International Studies program will discuss contemporary issues, interview professors and create a fun and lively atmosphere while doing it!
Congratulations to Sociology PhD candidate, Yige Dong, on becoming one of ten fellows for her dissertation titled, From Textile Mill Town to iPhone City: Gender, Class, and the Politics of Care in an Industrializing China (1949-present). The ten Fellows represent Boston University, University of California–Berkeley, University of California–Los Angeles, University of California–San Diego, Johns Hopkins […]
Ho-fung Hung in Deutsche Welle (DW) article stating that, “China has relied on export and debt-financed fixed asset investment for growth for over two decades.”
Face-off with pro-Beijing candidate gauged public support for opposition groups after candidates ousted, barred.
In a Washington Post article, “Why Education Matters to Your Health – Literally”, Professor Cherlin speculates that racial differences also might be a matter of expectation.
The demonstrations are a part of a much larger cycle of grievance by the public against Iran’s ruling elite, says Johns Hopkins University sociologist Ryan Calder, an expert in Islamic Studies who covered the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa as a journalist.