Taking Action After the Paris Killings
The New York Times, Letters to the Editor, 1.12.15 Read more
Prof. Juan Flores (1943-2014)
Our former colleague Juan Flores has passed away after a brief illness.
Sujatha Fernandes (Queens, Sociology) was a recent featured guest on MSNBC's "Melissa Harris-Perry" to discuss normalization of relations with Cuba.
Watch the clip. Read more
Professor John Torpey has just been elected President Elect of the ESS—which means he will follow Barbara Katz Rothman, who will follow the current President, Nancy Foner. This is in addition to the other former ESS Presidents on our faculty: Cynthia Epstein, Richard Alba, Judith Lorber and Phil Kasinitz. Read more
Professor John Torpey (Sociology), who serves as Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the Graduate Center, has been elected to the top office of the Eastern Sociological Society, the regional professional association of sociologists. Read more
A Bottomless Heaping of “Have”
The Dish, “Biased and Balanced,” 12.18.14 Read more
There’s No Room for Rudolph Giuliani in Bill de Blasio’s New York
New York Observer News, 12.14.14 Read more
Distinguished Professor Frances Fox Piven (Political Science/Sociology) was a featured guest on an MSNBC segment about LGBT equality. Read more
Routledge Handbook of Religions in Asia
Patricia Clough has two recent articles: Review essay: “Sociality, Non-Conscious Processes and the Neurotypical Subject,” Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews, 2014: 43.
“The Object’s Affect: The Rosary,” in Timing of Affect, Epistemologies, Aesthetics, Politics. Edited by Marie Luise Angerer, et. al. Diaphanes, 2014.
Marnia Lazreg has a chapter: "Resucitando el Pasado: Las Mujeres, El Islam y la Identidad" in a book edited in Spanish by Angeles Ramirez, professor of anthropology at the Universidad Autonoma of Madrid, and entitled, La Alteridad Imaginada.
The book appeared in paperback and electronic format.
Link: http://www.ed-bellaterra.com Go to "novedades" and title of book.