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.
Distinguished Professor Frances Fox Piven (Political Science/Sociology) has been named recipient of the prestigious Puffin/Nation Prize for Creative Citizenship. Read more
AAUW Awards Prestigious Fellowships to Graduate Center Women Doctoral Students; Grants Will fund Dissertation Research and Doctoral Education Read more
Tim Cook is Now ‘A True Legend’: NBA’s Jason Collins
CNBC News, 11.1.14 Read more
Several Sociology faculty members have received attention in recent interviews and articles. Read more
Columbus Day: Is Tony Soprano Quintessentially American?
Time Magazine, 10.12.14 Read more
Two of the three awards given by the ASA Section on Labor & Labor Movements went to GC Sociology alums!
Jamie McCallum won the Distinguished Scholarly Monograph Award, and Erynn Casanova won the Distinguished Scholarly Article Award for 2014.
Digital Labor Working Group—founded by Sociology students Karen Gregory, Andrew McKinney, Kara Van Cleaf, and Tom Beuchele—has been winning widespread media attention for its efforts to "tease out changing meanings and practices of labor on and through the Internet". Read more
Professor Janet Gornick (GC Political Science and Sociology), who serves as Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) Center Director and Director of LIS in Luxembourg, delivered a keynote address to the United Nations General Assembly, on Tuesday, October 7. Read more