Congratulations to Dr. Hana Brown

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Dr. Brown’s most recent American Sociologial Review article, “Who Is an Indian Child? Institutional Context, Tribal Sovereignty, and Race-Making in Fragmented States” has won two ASA awards:  the Charles Tilly article award from the Comparative Historical section and the Distinguished Contribution to Research Article Award from the Political Sociology section….

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Students in SOC 390 to host teach-ins

SOC 390 Defund, Transform, Abolish?: (Re)Imagining Justice, taught by Dr. Brittany P. Battle, focused the semester on examining texts on abolition. Dr. Battle, who is the co-founder of the local group Triad Abolition Project, has assigned her students to lead teach-ins, as their final course projects, for members of the…

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Congratulations Shosi Hansen


Shosi Hansen (’21) was awarded our departmental Outstanding Student Award for 2021. This award recognizes a graduating senior Sociology major who embodies excellence in coursework, consistent thoughtful contributions to class discussions, and putting sociology into action in extracurricular work. Congratulations Shosi!

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