See the recent UConn Today article featuring Mary Bernstein’s work, “UConn Sociology Professor Examines Community Gun Violence.” Her research examines how groups work together across lines to define gun violence and seeks to find strategies to address the problem.
Check out Professor Mary Bernstein’s recent interview for Fox61, “Connecticut’s underappreciated role on the frontline of LGBTQ+ legislation.” ***Excerpt*** Dr. Mary Bernstein, a professor of sociology at UConn, said the ruling [Goodridge v. Massachusetts] redefined civil unions, not a stepping stone to marriage, but as something legally inferior to marriage. Love Makes a Family used […]
Check out graduate student Rianka Roy’s recent article in The European Legacy, “Precarious Privilege: Globalism, Digital Biopolitics, and Tech-Workers’ Movements in India.” Abstract This article focuses on Indian tech-workers’ views on labour and social movements in the context of precarity, digital globalism, and the neoliberal transformations of the culture and economy. Based on interviews of twenty […]