Professor Mary Bernstein was recently featured in RESPECT-NYC, a documentary about the effects of gun violence produced by the Center for Urban Pedagogy.
Check out the recent UConn Today article titled “Standing Against Despair,” featuring Professor of Sociology Mary Bernstein and her work with other University Professors to research and gather the data needed to approach gun violence differently, and to craft real solutions to the problem.
Congratulations to Professor of Sociology Mary Bernstein, who has been awarded the 2022 Provost’s Award for Excellence in Community Engaged Scholarship in the Distinguished Scholar Research Award category. Bernstein has shown a commitment to engaged scholarship through her intersectional research on sexual orientation, gender, and race, her teaching, and her service to the UConn community, […]
Check out Professor Mary Bernstein and Allison Anderman, senior counsel and director of local policy at Giffords— an organization working end gun violence— as they join Gabe Ortis of Good Morning Baltimore to discuss gun violence, prevention, and policy in “Two Way Talk: Gun Culture in America”.
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, […]
Please join us in congratulating Mary Bernstein, who has been named Associate Dean of the Graduate School! Read more about this exciting new position in UConn Today.
Please join us in congratulating undergraduate Sociology major Nicholas (Niko) Xenophontos and his faculty mentor, Mary Bernstein, on being awarded a SURF grant for his research project entitled: “Preventing Gun Violence Online: Comparing Social Media Content from the National Rifle Association and Everytown for Gun Safety.”
Please join us in congratulating Professor Mary Bernstein, who has been named the President-Elect of the Society for the Study of Social Problems for the 2022-2023 term and President for the 2023-2024 term! The SSSP’s stated purpose is to promote and protect sociological research and teaching on significant problems of social life and, particularly, to […]
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 […]