Check out volume three of the Sociology undergraduate journal, The Mirror. The mission of The Mirror is to provide undergraduate students a platform to showcase their work and educate the community on sociological issues. The editorial team strives to expose students to the process of publication and assist them in reaching their full potential, while also pushing […]
Check out Professor Noel A. Cazenave’s new book, Kindness Wars: The History and Political Economy of Human Caring.
This November, Professor in Residence Phoebe Godfrey attended the second week of the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP), of the UNFCCC (United Nations Frame-work Convention on Climate Change). COP27 took place in Sharm el-Sheikh, and took place from November 6th to November 18th. Professor Godfrey was joined by fourteen current UConn students as well as a number of other faculty.
Check out alumna Mangala Subramaniam’s (2001) forthcoming book, Dismantling Institutional Whiteness, co-edited with M. Cristina Alcalde. It will publish on October 15, 2022 with Purdue University Press.
Check out Professor Mary Bernstein’s recent article in the Boston Review, “Are the Courts the Way to Queer Rights?”. ***Excerpt from Article*** Today, as LGBTQ and other legal protections hang in the balance, we ought to move beyond the narrow question of the generic benefit or harm of legal strategies. We need a broader focus, […]
Congratulations to Graduate Student Rianka Roy on her upcoming publication in the Sociology Compass, “Immigrant workers’ movements in the U.S.: Where are high-skilled ‘nonimmigrants?” The Sociology Compass is an international journal publishing peer-reviewed research articles and surveys of current research from across the entire discipline, with the aim of providing topical and significant research on a […]