Name Contact Special Interests
Karen Barkey
Comparative Historical Sociology, Religion and Politics, and The Politics of Shared Sacred Sites
Irene Bloemraad
Class of 1951 Professor
510-642-4287 Immigration, political sociology, race & ethnicity, social movements, nationalism, research methods, Canada
Robert Braun
Assistant Professor
Altruism and Social Solidarity; Comparative Historical Sociology; Peace, War, and Social Conflict; Political Sociology; Sociology of Religion; Social Movements and Collective Behavior
Michael Burawoy
510-643-1958 Labor, methodology, capitalism on earth
Laura J. Enriquez
510-642-2502 Development in Latin America; Latin American Emigration to Europe; Rural Sociology, Political Sociology; Social Movements
Claude S Fischer
Professor of the Graduate School
510-642-4772; -4766 (mess.) -- email is best Personal networks, social history, social psychology, urban, technology
Neil Fligstein
510-643-1957 Economic sociology, organizations, methodology and statistics, political sociology
Marion Fourcade
(510) 643-2707 Economic sociology, culture, political sociology, comparative methods, knowledge and science, digital society
Cybelle Fox
(510) 642-7601 Race and Ethnic Relations, American Welfare State, Immigration, Historical Sociology, and Political Sociology.
David J. Harding
510-642-2707 poverty, inequality, causal inference, mixed methods, incarceration and prisoner reentry, education, neighborhood effects, urban communities, adolescence
Heather A. Haveman
510-642-3495 Organizational theory, economic sociology, historical sociology, entrepreneurship, organizational demography, gender, careers and social mobility
Jennifer Johnson-Hanks
Culture and population, intentions, uncertainty, epistemology, history of population thought, sub-Saharan Africa, family, fertility, gender, life course
Danya Lagos sex and gender, demography, survey methodology, health, social change, phenomenology
Armando Lara-Millan
Assistant Professor
Law & Society, Medical Sociology, Organizations, Urban Ethnography, Comparative-Historical, Science & Technology, and Economic Sociology
John Lie
C.K. Cho Professor
Social theory, political economy, East Asia
Yan Long
Assistant Professor
Global and transnational sociology, political sociology, health and medicine, organizations, gender and sexualities
Mara Loveman
Comparative and historical sociology, political sociology, ethnoracial politics, development, Latin America
Samuel R. Lucas
Social stratification, sociology of education, research methods, statistics
G Cristina Mora
Associate Professor
510-642-5877 Culture, Race and Ethnicity, Organizations, Immigration, Religion
Christopher Muller
Assistant Professor
510-643-6380 Inequality, Incarceration, Historical Sociology, Social Theory
Tianna Paschel
Trond Petersen
(510)642-6423 Organizations, social stratification, inequality, economic sociology, comparative studies, quantitative methods
Raka Ray
Professor and Dean, Social Sciences
Gender, postcolonial sociology, emerging middle classes, South Asia, inequality, qualitative research methods, social movements
Dylan John Riley
Political Sociology, Comparative Historical Sociology and Social Theory
Martin Sanchez-Jankowski
(510) 643-8779 Sociology of poverty, race and ethnicity, social violence, methodology
Ann Swidler
Professor of the Graduate School
510 644-0858 Culture, religion, theory, institutionalization, African responses to HIV/AIDS; social ecologies of religion in Africa; chieftaincy, congregational religion and capacities for collective action
Cihan Tugal
Political sociology; Social movements; Islam and the Middle East; Social theory; Religion; Culture; Global and transnational sociology; Economic sociology and development; Comparative and historical sociology
Kim Voss
510-642-4756 Labor, social movements, inequality, higher education, political sociology, historical sociology
Loic Wacquant
Incarnation, the penal state, "race" as a principle of social vision and division, comparative urban inequality and marginality, extreme social systems, politics of reason, classical and contemporary social theory.