Congratulations to Assistant Professor Saida Grundy for publishing her article "Lifting the...
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Saida Grundy for publishing her article “Lifting the Veil on Campus Sexual Assault: Morehouse College, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Revealing Racialized Rape Culture through the Du Boisian Lens” in the journal Social Problems. Her article focuses on the racial aspect of college rape culture and sexual assault. Click here to read this work.
BU Sociology continues its national ascent! Distinguished as "top 50" program, BU jumped from 47th to 41st place in the UNWR rankings. Click here to view the ranking.
Congratulations to BU Sociology graduate students Gökhan Mülayim, Ladin Bayurgil, Meghann Lucy, Ya-Ching Huang, and Elif Birced, who are editors of the ASA Economic Sociology Section's newsletter 'Accounts' editorial team. Kudos to the team for continuing BU Sociology's long history of leading the Economic Sociology section and its activities!
Assistant Professor Saida Grundy writes about the Atlanta shootings in The Atlantic. Click here to read the article.
Sociology seminar presentation by Associate Professor David Cort (UMass-Amherst) is featured in the Daily Press. Click here to view the article.
The revival of The Emancipator has launched! This partnership between the Boston Globe and Center for Antiracist Research (where Assistant Professor Saida Grundy is assistant director of narrative) aims to finish the work abolitionists started: sharing opinions that aim for racial justice. Click here to learn more about The Emancipator. Click here to learn more about the Center for Antiracist Research.
Professor Deborah Carr speaks to USA Today about grief and trauma among COVID ICU workers. Click here to view the article.
BU Today features Assistant Professor Heba Gowayed's important work in establishing the Citizenship Hub at BU to help refugees pass the citizenship exam!
BU Sociology affiliate and SPH Assistant Professor of Global Health Andrew Stokes discusses the impact of COVID 19-on falling U.S. life expectancy, on Boston 25. Click here to watch the interview.
Congratulations to Erick Berrelleza, a PhD candidate, who has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in sociology at Santa Clara University beginning September 2021. Erick's primary teaching will be in Urban Sociology, with possibilities for collaboration with their School of Theology located in Berkeley. Good luck, Erick!