Kim Price-Glynn, Mignon Duffy (UMASS Lowell), and Amy Armenia (Rollins College) have a new book series, Carework in a Changing World, with Rutgers University Press.
31 Jan 2020. Interview for “Disputed NY Times ‘1619 Project’ Already Shaping Schoolkids’ Minds on Race.” Real Clear Investigations After the interview Hughey states “That racial fatalism and reparations should inform the 1619 Project comes as no surprise to scholars who have studied race in America and responses to racism. “This is called Afro-pessimism,” […]
Congratulations to Amy Lawton, who has been awarded a graduate student fellowship through “The Sociology of Science and Religion: Identity and Belief Formation” funding initiative, led by Elaine Howard Ecklund (Rice University) and John H. Evans (University of California, San Diego), and funded through the Templeton Religion Trust (https://religion-science-sociology.com). The fellowship will support her research […]
The mentoring award was established in 1990 to honor an SWS member who is an outstanding feminist mentor. In establishing the award, SWS recognized that feminist mentoring is an important and concrete way to encourage feminist scholarship. Manisha Desai is the Head of Sociology and Professor of Sociology and Asian and Asian American Studies at the […]
The Jessie Bernard Award was established in 1977 by the ASA Council to honor Jessie Bernard’s enormous influence on the study of gender. The award is given in recognition of scholarly work inclusive of research, teaching, mentoring, and service, that has enlarged the horizons of sociology to encompass fully the role of women in society. […]