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February 14, 2024
Grace Kao has been named a regular contributor to The Korea Herald, the largest English-language newspaper in South Korea. She will write about K-Pop, K-Dramas (and the...
December 21, 2023
Being an ISPS policy fellow gave Kayla Thomas the opportunity for interdisciplinary feedback on her research on how residents in her home of Crown Heights in Brooklyn, N.Y.,...
December 19, 2023
BTS,  Korea’s most popular K-pop band is going on hiatus at the height of their career to carry out their compulsory military service, as reported in a story in the BBC...
December 13, 2023
We sadly announce  that Xiaohong Xu (PhD 2014) passed away on December 12 in Ann Arbor, surrounded by family and friends following a long struggle with cancer. He was 45...
November 28, 2023
The Civil Sphere Working Group  is composed of theorists and empirical social scientists who share the goal of developing and revising Civil Sphere Theory, fifteen years...
November 28, 2023
CCS Faculty Fellow Todd Madigan most recent publication, “Inverted Totems: On the Significance of “Woke” in the Culture Wars,” has recently been published in the journal ...
November 9, 2023
Elijan Anderson, Sterling Professor of Sociology and of African American Studies at Yale, and a recent Stockholm Prize Laureate, published an essay in the Atlantic magazine...
November 7, 2023
Philip Gorski, Frederick and Laura Goff Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Yale Sociology Department was interviewed about the new Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson,...
November 2, 2023
Philip Gorski, Frederick and Laura Goff Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Yale Sociology Department was quoted in the New York Times in a guest essay on the new Speaker...