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Professor & Department Chair
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1997)
Sociology Room 260
Dr. Carr is a life course sociologist who uses primarily quantitative methods to study social factors in health and aging, end-of-life issues, bereavement, and family relations in later life.
PhD, Columbia University (1972)
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Does research on developing countries, especially Latin America, focusing on matters of social and political justice, social movements, and immigration.
PhD, Rutgers University (2013)
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Specializes in the study of culture and inequalities through the lens of social network analysis using quantitative and mathematical techniques.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
and African American Studies
Ph.D., University of Michigan (2014)
A feminist sociology of race and ethnicity focusing on formations and ideologies of gender within the Black middle class, specifically men.
PhD, University of California, San Diego (2002)
Sociology Room 269
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Research fields encompass economic and medical sociology, examining markets, post-communist transitions, consumer credit, reproduction and fertility, and commercial surrogacy.
Assistant Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2012)
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Specializes in political sociology, global health and healthcare policy, development and social change, globalization, and medical sociology.
Professor and Associate Dean of the Faculty for the Social Sciences
PhD, University of Pennsylvania (1986)
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Specializes in the sociology of migration, especially in relation to family life and identity formation, with a focus on South Asian diasporas.
Professor and Associate Provost for Graduate Affairs
PhD, University of Wisconsin (1992)
Researches the politics of science.
PhD, University of Southern California (2015)
Sociology Room 280
A qualitative researcher with a focus on gender, race and class, social movements and urban social policy. Recent projects include a life history study of men’s engagement with feminist anti-violence and a participant observation study of youth empowerment programs in Los Angeles.
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