Troy Duster is a Professor of Sociology at New York University. His research focuses on the sociology of science and knowledge, deviance, control and law, and race and ethnicity. He has published numerous books, including Backdoor to Eugenics (Routledge, 2003) and Whitewashing Race: The Myth of Colorblind Society (with M. Brown et al., University of […]
Photos from the 4th Annual Morris Lecture in Sociology featuring Arlie Hochschild of the University of California Berkeley are now posted. We want to extend a warm thank you to all who attended. We look forward to having you at future Sociology events.
Each semester the Department of Sociology invites renowned scholars to participate in its Seminar Series. Meetings take place in Sociology 241 at 12 PM (noon) unless otherwise noted. January 29: Laurel Smith-Doerr, Boston University “The Accidental Policymaker: Adventures in Studying and Doing Science Policy” February 12: Anjulet Tucker, Boston University “Race, Religion & Perceptions of […]
RHACEL PARREÑAS Brown University The Gender Revolution in the Philippines: Children and Transnational Mothers NITSAN CHOREV Brown University Gates Governs the Global? On the Transformation of International Health Politics GEORGE PSATHAS Boston University Alfred Schutz: Philosopher and Sociologist MICHAEL BURAWOY UC Berkeley Who’s Afraid of Pierre Bourdieu? Reflections on Sociology as a Combat Sport ELIZABETH […]