This year’s crop of graduate student awards is really impressive, and indicate the breadth of student expertise and achievements in areas relating to globalization, urban development, and gender. We expect very similar achievements in our rapidly growing field of environment and health; stay tuned for that. In the meantime, please join me in congratulating the […]
Abstract This article explores and theorizes the ways in which urban space and political contestations are mapped onto each other. The ethnography illustrates the multifaceted transformations in a notoriously secularist neighborhood of ̇Istanbul, Tes ̧vikiye, as it first turns into a high-consumption locality in the post-1980s, then into a high-conflict urban space in the new […]
Check out the op-ed written by Prof. Liza Weinstein in today’s Indian Express national edition http://www.indianexpress.com/news/when-the-bulldozers-come/1203828/.
Check out Professor Len Albright’s story on affordable housing.
The following faculty members from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology have moved to Renaissance Park (RP). Faculty member-New office number Mindelyn Buford-201E Anthony Jones-225H Jeff Juris-215N Alan Klein-215G Doreen Lee-215J Nina Sylvanus-210N Silvia Dominguez-210N Liza Weinstein-215M Kathrin Zippel-225F For more information, contact the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, 500 Holmes Hall at 617-373-2686.
Yingchan Zhang has won the Karen R. Polenske Best Student Paper Award. The paper is titled “Becoming The Next Global Cities and Generating the New Middle Class? The Cases of China and India.” Yingchan will be attending the 2013 International Association for China Planning Conference in Shanghai and will receive the award at the end […]
See Chase Billingham and Professor Shelley McDonough Kimelberg’s article in the Boston Globe.
Check out Professor Len Albright’s article in the April 7 Boston Globe about changes and ecology of population in Massachusetts.
From time to time, we feature stories about our recent alumni and the career paths they have blazed, whether in business, public policy, the non-profit world, or education. In this vein, we are pleased to broadcast (read: boast about) the recent accomplishments of Chris Cook, a 2007 major in sociology, who was recently named Principal […]