Co-sponsored with Latin America in a Globalizing World
Daniel Aldana Cohen’s dissertation research explores the interplay of climate politics and social movement protest in global cities, especially São Paulo, New York, and London.
Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey (2018-19).
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, JHU
Co-Sponsored with Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship
Professor Hae Yeon Choo’s research centers on gender, transnational migration, and citizenship to examine global social inequality. In her empirical and theoretical work, she employs an intersectional approach to social inequalities, integrating gender, race, and class in her analyses. This approach provided the foundation for an article published in Sociological Theory in 2010 (with Myra Marx Ferree), which offers an intersectional methodology to address the complex dimensions of analysis in sociological research. She has also translated Patricia Hill Collins’s Black Feminist Thought into Korean.
Peter Moskos is an associate professor in the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A Harvard and Princeton trained sociologist and former Baltimore City Police Officer, Moskos studies people the old-fashioned way: He talks to them.