Ongoing review for a Berkeley Sociology lecturer pool.
News & Events
PhD student Skyler Wang discusses politics in online dating with GQ
Danny Schneider featured on KQED's Forum piece: "Local Researchers Look at Psychological, Economic and Physical Toll of Shift Work."
Michaela Simmons has received a 2019 Ford Dissertation Fellowship.
Daniel Schneider has penned a Washington Post Op-Ed on Psychological Toll of Erratic Work Schedules
Rachel Wetts and Yueran Zhang are the co-winners of the 2019 Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship for a Graduate Student Paper Award given by the ASA Political Sociology section. Rachel Wetts, “Models and Morals: Elite-Oriented and Value-Neutral Discourse Dominates American Organizations' Framings of Climate Change.” Social Forces (forthcoming)
Recent Berkeley alumni book awards:
Andy Scott Chang received an honorable mention for the Aristide Zolberg Distinguished Student Scholar in the ASA Section on International Migration for his “Producing the Self-Regulating Subject: Liberal Protection in Indonesia’s Migration Infrastructure.” Pacific Affairs 91(4):695-716.
Professor Irene Bloemraad has been elected chair of the American Sociological Association's Section on International Migration. She will serve a one year term as chair-elect starting this year before becoming section chair in 2020.
Christopher Muller has received the Charles Tilly Best Article Award from the ASA Comparative-Historical Section for "Freedom and Convict Leasing in the Postbellum South," American Journal of Sociology 124: 367-405.
Yan Long has received the 2019 Best Article Award from the ASA Political Sociology section and Best Research Paper Award from the ASA Asian American section
Caleb Scoville has won the 2019 Marvin E. Olsen Student Paper Award from the ASA Environmental Sociology section for, "Constructing Environmental Compliance: Law, Science, and the Morality of Endangered Species Conservation in California’s Delta."
Yan Long has received the 2019 Best Article Award from the ASA Sociology of Development section.
Yan Long has received the 2019 Best Scholarly Article Award from the ASA Global and Transnational Sociology section.
Yan Long receives the 2019 Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Article Award from the ASA Collective Behavior and Social Movements section for "The Contradictory Impact of Transnational AIDS Institutions on State Repression in China, 1989–2013."
Andy Scott Chang has won the 2019 ASA Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Award for Best Graduate Student Paper for “Producing the Self-Regulating Subject: Liberal Protection in Indonesia’s Migration Infrastructure.” Pacific Affairs 91(4):695-716.
Professor John Lie discusses gender and K-Pop in Asia Times.