Regina S. Baker, Assistant Professor of Sociology, is collaborating on a New National Science Foundation Funded Grant
Regina S. Baker, Assistant Professor of Sociology, collaborating with J. Tom Mueller (PI) and Matthew Brooks on NIMHD Grant Project titled, "The Effect of Medicaid Expansion on Mortality Disparities and Poverty”
Olivia Haynie C'24 and Justin Seward C'25, majoring in Sociology at Penn, will be presenting their Undergraduate Research Mentor project at the CURF Fall Research Expo
Junhow Wei, a PhD graduate of Sociology, has recently become the Assistant Dean at Princeton University and published an article in the NACADA journal on stealth academic advising
Courtney Boen, Assistant Professor of Sociology, quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer regarding Joe Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
Rebecca Schut, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Center for Health and the Social Sciences, The University of Chicago and Courtney Boen, Assistant Professor of Sociology, recently published a working series paper
Lance Freeman, Professor of City and Regional Planning, and Sociology, was recently published in the Lincoln Institute
W.E.B. Du Bois, Erving Goffman, Dorothy Swaine Thomas, and E. Digby Baltzell all broke new sociological ground while working at the University of Pennsylvania. As one of the oldest departments of sociology in the country, Penn Sociology continues its tradition of excellence with twenty-plus award-winning, distinguished faculty recognized for their scholarly achievements and leadership in the field.
The Inaugural Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture in Public Social Science: A Conversation with Dr. Brent Staples, New York Times
Moderated by Dr. Tukufu Zuberi, Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations, Sociology, and Africana Studies
By: Lance Freeman
Temple University Press
A urgência de um Green New Deal
Brazilian Portuguese translation of A Planet to Win, with a new Preface by Raquel Rolnik.
Service Work and the Routinization of Everyday Life
Leidner's fascinating report from the frontlines of two major American corporations uncovers the methods and consequences of regulating workers' language, looks, attitudes, ideas, and demeanor.