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2024 Graduates
From Isolation to Excellence: The A&S Class of '24 Earns the Spotlight

Spotlighting some of the excellence from the graduating class of '24. Featuring Sociology graduates Darnisha Augustin, Ander Buckley, and Eden Philips

An Ungovernable Foe
Natalie Aviles Discusses An Ungovernable Foe

Listen to the conversation on the Scholarly Communications podcast

Ghosts of Segragation
Brian Foster tells the stories of a Haunted Nation

Through his collaboration with photographer Rich Frishman, Brain Foster presents seven essays of stirring prose and intimate storytelling about economic development, Black community life, and the blues in his home state of Mississippi.

Yingyao Wang Opens the Blackbox of the Chinese State

In her new book, Wang reveals how economic bureaucrats shaped the direction of China’s economic development and how dynamic shifts in "societies within the state" led to paradigm shifts in the Chinese economy.

The Last Human Job

In her new book, Allison Pugh presents a timely and urgent argument for preserving the work that connects us in the age of automation