Francesca Tripodi will present in the TedX on Sep 21 at the Jefferson Theater.

Francesca has been selected to participate in the TedX Open Mic Night next Monday, September 21 at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville! The audience votes on the people participating in the event and the winner will earn a space at the 3rd Annual TEDx Charlottesville event. Attending the open mic on 9/21 is FREE and if you like her presentation, vote for her.

Prof. Press and our grad student Francesca Tripodi will be speaking at Yale today (9/14)

"The beginning of social time: an interview with myself " by Prof. Donald Black

Click through to read Prof. Donald Black's theory,"The beginning of social time: an interview with myself " which appeared in "The Pure Sociology of Right and Wrong: New Directions in Donald Black's Theory of Law and Social Control," edited by James Tucker. Special issue of the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW, CRIME AND JUSTICE 43(2015): 382-395.

One of our alumni, Christina Simko's new book released by Oxford UP

Congratulations to our former student Christina Simko (PhD, 2013) on her newly released book, "The Politics of Consolation"  from Oxford UP .

NYT introduced to a chapter of "Women of the World" written by Prof. Allison Pugh

Click through to read the chapter of one of Prof. Allison Pugh's books, " Women of the World" in The New York Times.

Remembering Ted Caplow

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing, at age 95, of Theodore "Ted" Caplow. Prof. Caplow founded the sociology department at UVa, and left an indelible mark on all who were lucky enough to know him. He will be missed. For a small taste of this man's amazing accomplishments, please refer to this obituary.

NYT story about the work by Prof. Brad Wilcox

Click through to read the article regarding to Prof. Brad Wilcox's new geographic analysis, "Intact Families, Continued: The Red-County Advantage" in The New York Times.

NYT introduces to Prof. Josipa Roksa's recent book

Click through to read the opinion by David Brooks, introducing to Prof. Josipa Roksa's book, “Aspiring Adults Adrift,”- "How Adulthood Happens" in The New York Times.

Article by Prof. Allison Pugh

Click through to read Prof. Allison Pugh's new article, "Class Matters What job insecurity does to our kids " in the New Republic.

Interview with Allison Pugh in The Atlantic on her new book, The Tumbleweed Society: Working and Caring in an Insecure Age

The interview coincides with the official release of Allison's new book, The Tumbleweed Society: Working and Caring in an Insecure Age (Oxford University Press). Congratulations to Allison on this major publication!

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