Congratulations Sociology Class of 2020! Please visit the Sociology website here on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 1:35 pm to view the graduation ceremony.
Congratulations to Isaac Ariail Reed, whose Power in Modernity: Agency Relations and the Creative Destruction of the King’s Two Bodies was released last week.
Teresa A. Sullivan's Article “The US census has its flaws -- but so has every attempt to count people throughout history”
Teresa A. Sullivan's Article “The US census has its flaws -- but so has every attempt to count people throughout history” published in "The Conversation"
The Sociology Office at Randall Hall will be closed until further notice. If you need to reach Sociology Administrators, including for major/minor declarations, contact the department by email ... More
Fiona Greenland, Assistant Professor of Sociology, has received an award from the National Science Foundation to study wartime cultural violence. Her interests include visual culture, nationalism, science and technology studies, and the politics... More
SAD NEWS FROM PROFESSOR JEFFREY OLICK, DEPARTMENT CHAIR, REGARDING PROFESSOR MURRAY MILNER
"I write with sadness to let you know that Murray Milner has passed away. He was a great friend, mentor, and colleague to so many. He will be... More
View Article co-authored with Professor Brad Wilcox in the Foreign Policy magazine here.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Olick who has been elected to the prestigious Sociological Research Association. The SRA was established in 1936 to recognize leading scholars in the discipline who have made a significant contribution to sociological... More
ASA President’s Invited Address
Teresa A. Sullivan, University of Virginia
“Coming to our Census: How Social Statistics Underpin Our Democracy (and Republic)”
Monday, July 29, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
American Statistical... More
Claudio Benzecry, Monika Krause and Isaac Ariail Reed are happy to announce the publication of the Spanish translation of Social Theory Now. Find out more... More
Congratulations to Murray Milner on his new book, Understanding the Sacred: Sociological Theology for Contemporary Work
Congratulations to Murray Milner on the publication of his new book, Understanding the Sacred: Sociological Theology for Contemporary People.
Please see Isaac Reed's blog piece based on his ASR article here.
Congratulations to Brad Wilcox on his article "Religious Men Can be Devoted Dads, Too" published in The New York TImes. This article was collaborated with Jason S. Carroll and Laurie DeRose. View article... More
Fiona Greenland publishes essay in The Conversation on her new findings about the cost of archaeological looting in Syria. Please view link... More
Rae Blumberg's New Book, Gender and Development: The Economic Basis of Women's Power, co-edited with Samuel Coh
Congratulations to Rae BLumberg on the publication of her new book, Gender and Development: The Economic Basis of Women's Power, co-edited with Samuel Coh. In addition to the introduction, the volume includes two chapters by Rae. More... More
Caroline Darney served eight years in the Navy prior to embarking on a new career in sports blogging. She believes her writing ability can be traced back to all the papers she had to write as a sociology major. “I’ve always been more confident... More
Congratulations to Professor Isaac Reed on being awarded an All-University Teaching Prize which was presented by Vice Provost Archie Holmes in his class!
Professor Jeffrey Olick Presenting at Memory, Tragedy, and Society Social Thought Conference 2019 at Penn State on March 29th
Penn State Social Thought Program will host its annual conference on March 29-30 in Carnegie 113 on the Penn State University Park Campus.
Dr. Jeffrey K. Olick, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Sociology at the University of Virginia... More
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