Stein-Freiler Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology and the College
Director, Center for Spatial Data Science
Committee on Quantitative Methods in Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences
Senior Fellow, NORC
Office: Social Sciences 421
Interests: spatial data science, spatial econometrics, computational social science, regional science, urban studies, crime, public health
Lucy Flower Professor of Urban Sociology
Office: Social Sciences 422
Interests: critical urban theory and capitalist urbanization; cities, hinterlands and global political ecology; economic sociology and comparative-historical geopolitical economy; fossil capitalism and energy geographies; critical infrastructure studies; capitalism and social theory; Marxism.
William Rainey Harper Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology and the College
Office: Social Sciences 323
Interests: organizational theory, political sociology, the role of social movements and voluntary organizations in processes of institutional change.
Professor; Director, Knowledge Lab; Faculty Director, Masters Program in Computational Social Science; External Professor, Santa Fe Institute
Office: Social Sciences 420
Interests: knowing, computational social science, collective intelligence, science of science, skills and learning, machine learning & AI, human-machine intelligence, human and machine languages, fields and networks, text and image analysis, the science of data.
Professor; Faculty Affiliate in the Center for the Study of Race, Politics & Culture; The Committee on International Relations; Senior Fellow, Society of Fellows, the College
Office: Social Sciences 319
Interests: empire, colonialism and postcolonial thought, historical sociology, social theory, global and transnational sociology, politics and culture, race and ethnicity
Lewis-Sebring Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Sociology, the College, and the Harris School of Public Policy Studies; Chair, Committee on Education
Office: Social Sciences 417
Interests: sociology of education and quantitative methods
Ralph Lewis Professor
Office: NORC 249
Interests: models (statistical models for social data and mathematical models for social phenomena), life course, rational choice, exchange networks, stratification and mobility, demography of family and employment, process of drug use progression, and Japanese society