Suggestions for Designing a Dissertation or Other Research Projectwith theAim of Helping Advance Progressive Social Change by David VineDistinguished public anthropologist and a CES reviewer. General Advice for Designing Research Questions Have one. Having a clear...
Monica Prasad, a sociologist and a CES reviewer, has been actively promoting “Problem-Solving Sociology” for a number of years. She has a web page and has organized a series of workshops where students can refine their research topics. Her 2021 book, Problem-Solving...
We are delighted to announce the winners of the CES 2022-2023 dissertation fellowship. This is our seventh cohort of fellows and it brings our total number of current and past fellows to 41. We chose seven fellows from a pool of 120 applications that included many...
Daanika Gordon, a CES Fellow in 2017-2018, has just published a book, Policing the Racial Divide: Urban Growth Politics and the Remaking of Segregation, with NYU Press. Daanika teaches sociology at Tufts University. The book, based on her dissertation, is described as...
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