Oct. 12, 2020—Prof. Mariano Sana publishes in International Migration Review “Public Opinion on Refugee Policy in the United States, 1938-2019: Increasing Support for Refugees and the Sympathy Effect“.
Sep. 18, 2020—Grad student Cleothia Frazier is awarded a Professional Development and Training Grant from the Russell G. Hamilton Graduate Leadership Development Institute.
Sep. 16, 2020—Three Vanderbilt sociology doctoral students (Rachel Zajdel, Darwin Baluran, and Meagan Rainock) have been named “Curb Center Researchers” for their work on a National Endowment for the Arts-funded research project associated with the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy. The students are working with Professor Dan Cornfield and Professor Alexandre Frenette on a project analyzing how...
Professor Lijun Song publishes in Social Psychology Quarterly, “Social Capital, Social Cost, and Relational Culture in Three Societies.”
Sep. 14, 2020—Professor Lijun Song publishes in Social Psychology Quarterly, “Social Capital, Social Cost, and Relational Culture in Three Societies.”
Prof. Larry Isaac publishes in Social Forces with Jonathan Coley, Dan Cornfield and Dennis Dickerson
Aug. 10, 2020—Prof. Larry Isaac publishes with former grad student Jonathan Coley, and Vanderbilt faculty Dan Cornfield and Dennis Dickerson. Larry Isaac, Jonathan Coley, Dan Cornfield, and Dennis Dickerson, “Pathways to Modes of Movement Participation: Micro-mobilization in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Social Forces (September, 2020): 255-280
Prof. Holly McCammon and former graduate students, Minyoung Moon, Brittany Hearne, and Megan Robinson, publish in Mobilization.
Jul. 22, 2020—Prof. Holly McCammon and former Vanderbilt graduate students, Minyoung Moon, Brittany Hearne, and Megan Robinson, have published their article, “The Supreme Court as an Arena for Activism: Feminist Cause Lawyering’s Influence on Judicial Decision Making,” in Mobilization (June 2020).
Jul. 10, 2020—Nurse practitioners are often thought of as stopgaps to mitigate the shortage of primary care physicians, but in a new book, LaTonya Trotter, assistant professor of sociology, shows that they do much more than simply extend limited health care resources. In fact, she said, their role may reveal a fundamental misallocation of them. In More than Medicine:...
Jul. 1, 2020—Grad student Ryan Talbert receives an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Sociology at the University of Connecticut.