When COVID-19 made its appearance, Alexandre White, assistant professor in the department of sociology, quickly sought opportunities to help address questions shaping the responses of the present moment. “Racism has significant […]
Department News and Announcements Archive
Why Did So Many Urban Working-Class Whites Support President Trump?
Andrew Cherlin, Benjamin H. Griswold III Professor of Public Policy, in Contexts.
Poor Families Must Move Often, But Rarely Escape Concentrated Poverty
Stefanie DeLuca, James Coleman Professor of Sociology & Social Policy, in The Hub.
What Trump Really Means When He Tweets “LAW & ORDER!!!”
Vesla Weaver, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology, in The Marshall Project
Racial Authoritarianism in U.S. Democracy
Vesla Weaver, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology, in Science Magazine.
Stefanie DeLuca Elected to the Sociological Research Association
Stefanie DeLuca, James Coleman Professor of Social Policy and Sociology, has been elected to the Sociological Research Association (SRA), an honor that recognizes her as one of the most successful […]
U.S. Faces Looming Housing and Homelessness Crisis
Assistant Research Professor, Meredith Greif, in The Hub.
Chinese Investment in Southeast Asia is Nothing to Fear
Graduate student, Alvin Camba, in the Nikkei Asian Review.
ASK ASA: Housing Crisis Looms with Loss of Federal Pandemic Aid
Meredith Greif,Assistant Research Professor, on WJCL 22 News.
Mass Evictions May Be Maryland’s Next Public Health Crisis
Assistant Research Professor, Meredith Greif, on WYPR.