News & Awards

Professor Kimberly Kay Hoang will deliver the 2021 Aims of Education address to first-year students at the University of Chicago. Read more here

Professor Elisabeth Clemens has won the 2021 Barrington Moore Award from the ASA Section on Comparative and Historical Sociology for her book Civic Gifts: Voluntarism and the Making of the American Nation State.

We are honored to welcome Professor Mignon Moore for a Distinguished Alumni Lecture: “The Children of the Great Migration: Black, Sexual Minority Women and the Search for Autonomy and Economic Freedom." More details here.

Linnea Martin, Sociology’s Graduate Studies Administrator, is retiring after a long and distinguished career. Please share your memories and well wishes for Linnea here.

Professor Karin Knorr Cetina has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Congratulations to UChicago Sociology alum Stephen Plank (MA 1992; PhD 1995) for his new role as the Vice President of Research, Evaluation, Evidence & Data at the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Read more about Steve’s work here.

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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

UChicago Sociology's Reflections on W.E.B. DuBois and Scholar Activism
Video excerpt from the May 2019 Conference