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...
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...
The Sociology Department at Wellesley College is seeking to hire a two-year Mellon postdoctoral fellow who would join the College in July 2022. The College is interested in candidates working in the emergent area of capitalism studies, a framing that invites a...
Inaugural CES Fellow George Aumoithe was recently interviewed for an article published by The Nation. The interview centered around Aumoithe’s work on the history of Medicare and Medicaid, the economics of disease prevention, the downsizing of inner-city...
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