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:...
Jan. 8, 2020—Ronald S. Burt, Yanjie Bian, Lijun Song, and Nan Lin (eds.). 2019. Social Capital, Social Support and Stratification: An Analysis of the Sociology of Nan Lin. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Jan. 8, 2020—Wrecked: How the American Automobile Industry Destroyed Its Capacity to Compete By: Josh Murray, Michael Schwartz At its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, automobile manufacturing was the largest, most profitable industry in the United States and residents of industry hubs like Detroit and Flint, Michigan had some of the highest incomes in the country....
100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism co-edited by Holly McCammon
Jan. 3, 2020—McCammon, Holly J., and Lee Ann Banaszak, eds. 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. Oxford University Press, 2018.
Jan. 3, 2020—Snow, David A., et al., eds. The Wiley Blackwell companion to social movements. John Wiley & Sons, 2018.
Jan. 3, 2020—McCammon, Holly J., et al., eds. The Oxford handbook of US women’s social movement activism. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Sep. 17, 2017—Undone Science: Social Movements, Mobilized Publics, and Industrial Transitions By: David J. Hess
Aug. 25, 2015—Beyond the Beat: Musicians Building Community in Nashville. By: Dan Cornfield
Oct. 9, 2013—Divine Callings Understanding the Call to Ministry in Black Pentecostalism By Richard N. Pitt
Oct. 9, 2013—The Protest Psychosis How Schizophrenia Became a Black Disease By Jonathan M. Metzl