November 2022 News

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Mon, 11/07/2022
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Research by Emma Zang on racial disparities in number of children women have, highlighted in The Hill.

Fri, 10/28/2022
The Hill reported a story on research led by Emma Zang,  on how race and education intersect to affect how many children women have.  The study published in the journal Population Studies found that Black college-educated women have fewer children on average than white or Hispanic college-educated Read more...

Professor Rene Almeling's book GUYnecology featured at ASA

Tue, 10/04/2022
Professor Rene Almeling’s latest book, GUYnecology: The Missing Science of Men’s Reproductive Health (University of California Press, 2020) was one of fourteen books chosen for a Book Forum session at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting in Los Angeles last month Read more...
Mon, 09/19/2022
Professor Rene Almeling’s latest book, GUYnecology: The Missing Science of Men’s Reproductive Health (University of California Press, 2020) was one of fourteen books chosen for a Book Forum session at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting in Los Angeles last month Read more...

Newly Added Courses for Fall 2022

Tue, 08/09/2022
The following courses have been added to the Sociology department course list.   Politics and Culture; SOCY 205; Yasmur Karakaya Sports and Society;  SOCY 103; Alex Manning Sociology of Education; SOCY 329; Grace Kao   Read more...

Yagmur Karakaya Appointed as Associate Director of the CCS

Thu, 07/21/2022
CCS Co-Directors Jeffrey Alexander and Philip Smith are pleased to announce that Yale Sociology Assistant Professor Yağmur Karakaya has been appointed  Associate Director of the Center for Cultural Sociology.  More information on the CCS Website at https://ccs.yale.edu/news/yagmur-karakaya- Read more...

A paper examining the effect of remote work on parents' time use patterns written by Thomas Lyttelton (Yale soc PhD), Yale faculty Emma Zang, and Kelly Musick (Cornell) has won an IPUMS Time Use Research Award

Tue, 06/21/2022
The paper Telecommuting and gender inequalities in parents’ paid and unpaid work before and during the COVID-19 pandemic by Thomas Lyttelton, Emma Zang, and Kelly Musick won an IPUMS Time Use Research Award. Lyttelton and colleagues use data from the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) and the Current Read more...

Mustafa Yavas Awarded the 2022 Sussman Dissertation Prize

Mon, 06/13/2022
The 2022 Marvin B. Sussman Dissertation Prize was awarded to Mustafa Yavas, PhD, who is currently a a postdoctoral scholar at NYU Abu Dhabi. In a dissertation entitled “White-Collar Blues?: The Making of the Transnational Middle Class in Turkey,” Yavas asks: how do “good jobs” endow elite workers Read more...

Sociology Chair Phil Gorski and co-author Sam Perry were featured in an interview in New York Magazine on Christian Nationalism and American Democracy

Thu, 06/09/2022
Philip S. Gorski and Samuel L. Perry, co-authors of the new book The Flag and the Cross, were featured in an interview in New York Magazine on the threat to democracy of White Christian Nationalism.          Read more...

Sociology Chair Philip Gorski, quoted in New Yorker article.

Phil Gorski
Wed, 05/25/2022
Phil Gorsky, Frederick and Laura Goff Professor and Chair, Sociology, was quoted in a New Yorker article concerning Pennsylvannia candidate for governor Doug Mastriano, a prominant leader in the “Stop the Steal” campaign, who also espouses religious right beliefs that God - and the Founders - Read more...