Katherine Maich (2009)

Katherine Maich is an Assistant Professor of Labor & Employment Relations at The Pennsylvania State University and a Faculty Affiliate in Sociology, Latin American Studies, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and the Center for Global Workers' Rights. I was recently featured as an Early Career Scholarby the American Sociological Association's Organizations, Occupations and WorkSection.

Yang Lor (2009)

Yang Lor is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of the Pacific. He completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley in 2018.

Born in a refugee camp to Hmong parents who fled persecution in Laos in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, Yang is one of ten children in his family. He is the first in his family to attend college. He received his B.A. in sociology with a minor in Asian American Studies from Stanford University and his M.A. in sociology from UC Berkeley.

Sunmin Kim (2009)

Currently a Mellon Faculty Fellow in Dartmouth College, Sunmin Kim will assume the position of Assistant Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College in 2020. He is primarily interested in bringing insights from sociology of culture and knowledge into the studies of race and immigration in the United States.

Carlos Bustamante (2009)

Research Interests: 
Crime and Punishment, Policing, Comparative Penality, Race and Ethnicity, Inequality, Urban Sociology, Qualitative Methods

Tamera Stover (2009)

Research Interests: globalization, political economy, development, racial and ethnic identity, micro-sociology, theory, methods


Fabiana Silva (2009)

My current research seeks to understand the mechanisms that perpetuate (or mitigate) group-based inequality in the labor market, with a focus on social networks and employer discrimination.

Sunmin Kim (2009)

My primary research interest lies at the intersection of race and immigration in the United States, both in the contemporary and historical setting. 


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