10 Faculty/Mentors

Sociology

Claude Fischer, Professor
(1) Social networks over time (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) Portraits of Gentrification: When Neighborhood Change Becomes News (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Congregations and Competition: The Births and Deaths of Religious Congregations in Manhattan, 1915–2011 (Current Term Now Closed)
Neil Fligstein, Professor
(1) Early American Marriage and Divorce, in Law and Practice (Full- no new appr needed)
Marion Fourcade, Professor
(1) Ordering the Disordered: State Classifications of Mental Illness in France and the United States (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) The Rating of Sovereigns and the Judgment of Nations (Current Term Now Closed)
(3) The Discipline of Gender. Men, Women and Writing in the Social Sciences. (Current Term Now Closed)
Cybelle Fox, Professor
(1) Intersections of Race and Illegality: A Study of Asian and Latino Undocumented Young Adults (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Boundaries and Intersectional meanings of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality among Asian and White American spouses (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Exceptions to the Racist Rule - Why Some Have Neutral Levels of Implicit Racial Bias (Current Term Now Closed)
Rebecca Heald, Professor
(1) Equity and Inclusion Journalist and Change Agent for the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology (Open)
(2) Making microfluidic devices to study mitotic spindle size control (Full- no new appr needed)
Jerome Karabel, Professor
(1) American Exceptionalism and the Quality of Life: the United States in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Current Term Now Closed)
Kristin Luker, Professor
(1) The History of Contraception and Abortion in the United States (Full- no new appr needed)
Raka Ray, Professor
(1) Telling Her Stories: Memorable Stories about Remarkable Women in South Asia (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) Navigating Medical Uncertainty: Unexplained Chronic Illness and the Transformation of US Healthcare in the 21st century (Full- no new appr needed)
Ann Swidler, Professor
(1) Funding and Growth of LGBTQ NGOs (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) I Regret To Inform You That Your Private Information Has Been Compromised (Current Term Now Closed)
Kim Voss, Professor
(1) Worker Identities in a New Era of Immigration (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Building and Refining Text Analysis Tool to Discover Patterns in Police and Protester Interactions (Current Term Now Closed)