Prof. Barbara Katz Rothman has been elected as the next president of the Eastern Sociological Society. Prof. Margaret Chin is the next vice president-elect.
Congratulations to both of them! Read more
Stanley Aronowitz’s book Taking It Big is a recipient of the Choice Outstanding Academic Titles, 2013 award.
Three Sociology alumni have new academic positions:
Zoe Meleo-Erwin, a 2013 graduate, has just accepted a tenure-track position at Eastern Connecticut State University. Zoe was a visiting assistant professor at Hunter this fall.
Patrick Inglis, another 2013 graduate, has recently accepted the tenure-track offer at Grinnell College starting fall 2014. Patrick is a Visiting Professor at Grinnell this year.
Roderick Graham, a 2009 graduate, has accepted a position at Old Dominion University. Roderick is at Rhode Island college for last few years. Read more
Michael Jacobson Looks at NYC Incarceration Rates Read more
Randol Contreras, a 2008 graduate, has accepted a tenure-track job at the University of Toronto-Mississauga, starting Fall 2014. Randol is an assistant professor at Cal State-Fullerton now. Read more
Religious Change and Indigenous People
Greek Americans: Struggle and Success (3rd ed.)
(Transaction Publishers, 2013)
The Sociology of Islam: Collected Essays of Bryan S. Turner
Alumnus Jamie K. McCallum (Sociology, 2011) has published Global Unions, Local Power: The New Spirit of Transnational Labor Organizing (Cornell University Press, 2013). McCallum is an assistant... Read more
Professor Lily Hoffman was invited to the Beijing Forum 2013, November 1-3. She participated in the urbanization panel and her presentation was titled: "Urbanization and Ecology: Why Locality Matters." Urbanization and land reform is currently a major policy issue in China at national as well as local and regional levels. Read more