Professor W. Bradford Wilcox's new journal Article "Ties That Bind - Childrearing in the Age of Cohabitation"
Congratulations to Professor W. Bradford Wilcox on his new journal article "Ties That Bind - Childrearing in the Age of Cohabitation" (co-authored with Laurie DeRose). Read the article here.
Welcome New Sociology Faculty - Yingyao Wang!
Yingyao Wang studies economic and political sociology, comparative and historical sociology, formal and complex organizations, sociology of development, and China. She will be joining the Sociology Department as an Assistant Professor beginning in Fall 2017.
Professor Josipa Roksa's new journal article "Engaging With Diversity”
Professor Josipa Roksa's new journal article "Engaging With Diversity” is discussed in Inside Higher Ed. See coveragehere.
Professor Jeffrey Olick's new book - "The Sins of the Fathers: Germany, Memory, Method"
Congratulations to Professor Jeffrey Olick on the release of his new book, The Sins of the Fathers: Germany, Memory, Method which was highlighted in UVA Today. Information ishere.
Professor Allison Pugh's new book - "Beyond the Cubicle"
Congratulations to Professor Allison Pugh on the release of her new book, Beyond the Cubicle! Information is here.
Licheng Qian's new paper - "Does History Education Promote Nationalism in China? A 'Limited Effect' Explanation"
Congratulations to Licheng Qian, whose new paper "Does History Education Promote Nationalism in China? A 'Limited Effect' Explanation" has just come out in the Journal of Contemporary China! Read the article here.
Prof. Josipa Roksa's new book - "Improving Quality in Higher Education"
UVA Today asked Josipa Roksa about her latest book, Improving Quality in Higher Eduation. Read the article here.
Welcome new Sociology Faculty - Jennifer Bair, Rose Buckelew, & Isaac Reed!
Jennifer Bair studies economic sociology, development, globalization, gender and work. Rose Buckelew studies medical sociology, mental health, race & ethnicity, and criminology. Isaac Reed studies historical sociology, culture, theory, science and knowledge.
Rae Blumberg discusses gender roles & economic development
In a recent paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Society, Rae Blumberg relates how women's roles influence economic development in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia. Read more in the UVA Today article.
Brad Wilcox's latest book a June 2016 Editor's Pick by Choice!