Expert Analysis

Prof. Fiona Greenland and Jade McGlynn (Monterey Initiative) decipher Russia’s cultural project

Award Winning and Creative

Professor B. Brian Foster premiers a new short film, We Dance, as his previous film continues to win awards and gain recognition at film festivals across the globe

Can stories change how the economy works?

Prof. Simone Polillo discusses how the Bank of Italy relied on narratives of crisis to help shape governance

The Work of Retrieval

Prof. Krishan Kumar reflects on forgotten classics in comparative historical sociology

Science under pressure

Prof. Fiona Greenland and Michelle Fabiani (U of New Haven) discuss what it takes to do good science under pressure

Drawing Connections between Past and Present

Prof. Adam Slez studies origins of American populism

Excellence in Teaching

Prof. Rose Buckelew has been awarded the 2022 All-University Teaching Award

Keeping Essential Workers Safe

Prof. Jennifer Bair and Graduate Student Kathryn Babineau Study Migrant Farmworkers and COVID-19

Award Winning and Creative

Professor B. Brian Foster premiers a new short film, We Dance, as his previous film continues to win awards and gain recognition at film festivals across the globe

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Can stories change how the economy works?

Prof. Simone Polillo discusses how the Bank of Italy relied on narratives of crisis to help shape governance

Read More

Keeping Essential Workers Safe

Prof. Jennifer Bair and Graduate Student Kathryn Babineau Study Migrant Farmworkers and COVID-19

Read More

The Work of Retrieval

Prof. Krishan Kumar reflects on forgotten classics in comparative historical sociology

Read More

Science under pressure

Prof. Fiona Greenland and Michelle Fabiani (U of New Haven) discuss what it takes to do good science under pressure

Read More

Excellence in Teaching

Prof. Rose Buckelew has been awarded the 2022 All-University Teaching Award

Read More

Expert Analysis

Prof. Fiona Greenland and Jade McGlynn (Monterey Initiative) decipher Russia’s cultural project

Read More

Drawing Connections between Past and Present

Prof. Adam Slez studies origins of American populism

Read More

Publications

Soul Mates

Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos

The Making of the Populist Movement

State, Market, and Party on the Western Frontier

The Sins of the Fathers

Germany, Memory, Method

Art Police, Tomb Robbers, and the Rise of Cultural Power in Italy

How US Audiences Create Meaning across Platforms

To Change the World

The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World

The Tumbleweed Society

Working and Caring in an Insecure Age

A Historical and Political Sociology

Finance That Cannot Be Proven

Agency Relations and the Creative Destruction of the King's Two Bodies

Understanding the Issues