She will analyze how race and gender affect immigrant incorporation drawing from extensive quantitative and qualitative data about immigrants and natives in the United States. For more information:
The Oral History project is creating an archive of videos of prominent scholars. He was selected for his contributions to theory and methods, especially quantitative research, and as a mentor to innumerable graduate students.
Their paper was presented by Allison McGrath and titled, “Targeting Culture: Feminist Activism and Sexism in Law School Education.”
Professor Dan Cornfield’s Beyond the Beat: Musicians Building Community in Nashville (Princeton University Press) has just been published. Based on in-depth interviews with 75 Nashville music professionals, Cornfield offers a new sociological theory of “artist activism” in recreating artist community for our contemporary era of indie art-making and precarious employment.
In the newly released Journal Citation Reports (JCR) for articles published in 2014, the ASR had the top impact factor score of 4.390.