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Department News and Announcements Archive
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Ryan Calder
Ryan Calder’s paper “Halalization: Religious Product Certification in Secular Markets” (Sociological Theory 2020, 38(4): 334–361) has won the 2021 Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award from the Consumers and Consumption section of […]
Congratulations Professor DeLuca
Stefanie DeLuca, James Coleman Professor of Social Policy and Sociology, won the Publicly Engaged Scholar Award from the ASA Community and Urban Sociology Section. This award recognizes community and urban […]
Robert Slavin (1950-2021)
Robert Slavin, global authority on education research and evidence-based school reform, dies at 70.
Class examines public health through the lens of Africana studies
Alexandre White and Robbie Shilliam challenge students to probe the ongoing effects of colonialism, slavery, and racial oppression in public health practices.
Melvin L. Kohn (1928-2021)
It is with great sadness that I share the news about the passing of Professor Melvin L. Kohn in his home on March 19, 2021. Mel is an Emeritus Professor […]
Joel Andreas’ book awarded the Joseph Levenson Book Prize by the Association for Asian Studies
Joel Andreas’ book, Disenfranchised: The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China (Oxford 2019), has been awarded the Joseph Levenson Book Prize by the Association for Asian Studies. he prize is awarded each year to two books, one whose main focus is on China before 1900 and the other for works on post-1900 China.
Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy
Christy Thornton's new book, Revolution in Development, should be of interest to scholars of development and international finance, international organizations and multilateralism, US foreign relations, and Latin American studies broadly.
Graduate Student, Alvin Camba, in Nikkei Asia
Philippines bets on online casinos, e-cockfights as Chinese Flee. Regulator opens up virtual betting, sparking concerns over money laundering.
Sociology Student Focuses Research on Incarcerated Muslim Women
Sociology junior Taharat Sheikh was recently featured for her Woodrow Wilson Fellowship project in Arts & Sciences Magazine. Her project focuses on the role of the faith community in welcoming recently incarcerated Muslim […]