Alexander Adames, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, Receives Graduate Student Paper Award from ASA
Tiffany Yau, Cl’ 2018 alumna recently published new book: "Build With Impact: The Cheat Code To Social Entrepreneurship"
Jack Thornton, PhD Candidate in Sociology, published a book review in Humanities and Social Science H-Net Reviews
Professor Roberto Gonzales featured in a "How to LA" episode last week on NPR
Olivia Hu, PhD Candidate in Sociology, Awarded the 2023 SSSP Division of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES) Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award
Kai Feng, PhD Candidate in Demography & Sociology, Awarded Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Ashleigh Cartwright, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, has been awarded a 2023 Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
Regina S. Baker, Assistant Professor of Sociology, has been invited to present award-winning paper in Luxembourg
2022 President Engagement Prize Winner: Cosmic Writers, Where are they now?
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.
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Race, Class, and Residence in Los Angeles
Camille Zubrinsky Charles, Ph.D.
Sociologist Camille Zubrinsky Charles explores how modern racial attitudes shape and are shaped by the places in which people live.
A Planet to Win
Why We Need a Green New Deal
A Planet to Win explores the political potential and concrete first steps of a Green New Deal.
The Changing Face of Medicine
Women Doctors and the Evolution of Health Care in America
By Ann K. Boulis and Jerry A. Jacobs
In Defense of Disciplines
Interdisciplinarity and Specialization in the Research University
In Defense of Disciplines presents a fresh and daring analysis of the argument surrounding interdisciplinarity.
Fast Food, Fast Talk
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.
Re-Evaluating Education in Japan and Korea
International comparisons of student achievement in mathematics, science, and reading have consistently shown that Japanese and Korean students outperform their peers in other parts of world.
Planning and Control of Land Development
By: Lance Freeman, With Daniel Mandelker, Carol Necole Brown, Stuart Meck, Dwight H. Merriam, Peter W. Salsich, Jr., and Edward J. Sullivan
University of North Carolina Press.
Gender Inequality at Work
This book addresses many of the dimensions of gender inequality at work, looking at a number of important topics including: pay equity; the impact of feminization on certain professions; and barrie
Um planeta a conquistar
A urgência de um Green New Deal
Brazilian Portuguese translation of A Planet to Win, with a new Preface by Raquel Rolnik.