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Read stories and updates for and about current and prospective students and faculty in the Sociology program below

Publications

The Sociology program publishes a monthly newsletter during the fall and spring semesters. Explore past issues below.

You can also browse recent books published by Sociology faculty and scholars.

 

Announcements and Updates

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Jun 22, 2022
2022 ASA Distinguished Career Award Winner

Presidential Professor Phil Kasinitz Received 2022 ASA Distinguish Scholar Award

Our Professor Phil Kasinitz just won the 2022 Distinguished Career Award in the ASA International Migration session. 

Big congratulations!

 

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Jun 9, 2022
A screenshot of Richard Alba's rankings on research.com

Distinguished Professor Emeritus Richard D. Alba is ranked #110 among Top Scientists for 2022

We are happy to share that our Distinguished Professor Emeritus Richard Alba, has ranked #110 in the world and #69 nationally among top scientists in the area of Law and Political Science.

The full world ranking published by Research.com.

Congratulations to Professor Richard Alba on this important accomplishment!

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Jun 8, 2022
New York Times Op-Ed

Alumna Andréa Becker Published An Op-Ed in New York Times

Men benefit from abortion—why don't cis men talk about their abortion stories and why do we mostly study women?

Read the op-ed "Men Have a Lot to Lose When Roe Falls" in New York Times written by our alumna Andréa Becker, who just began her postdoc journey at University of California San Francisco.

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Recent News

Sep 19, 2022

Meet the 2022 Teaching and Mentoring Award Winners

Congratulations to Professors Abhijit Champanerkar, Anna Indych-Lopez, and Barbara Katz Rothman, and to students and recent graduates Filip Bergabo, Cristina Pardo Porto, and Karyna Pryiomka.

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Aug 23, 2022

‘This is where magic happens’

Hundreds of new students begin their graduate studies at orientation in Proshansky Auditorium.

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Program Newsletter

Sociological Imagination

Sociological Imagination is the Sociology program's monthly newsletter, primarily published during the fall and spring semesters.

Recent Books

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