Professor Ghassan Moussawi's new book is the first comprehensive study to employ the lens of queer lives in the Arab World to understand everyday life disruptions, conflicts, and violence. From Temple University Press.
- Disruptive Situations: Fractal Orientalism and Queer Strategies in Beirut - a new book by Ghassan Moussawi
- "The Fraught Nature of Exceptional Gay Spaces" by Professor Ghassan Moussawi published in the International Journal of Urban and Regional ResearchProfessor Ghassan Moussawi was published in the latest edition of the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, which focuses on the concept of queering urban studies.
- “Recovering the Missing Middle: A Mesocomparative Analysis of Within-Group Inequality” by Tom VanHeuvelen published in the American Journal of SociologyThis study assesses the causes of within-group inequality, or the inequality occurring among workers and households otherwise similar on observed characteristics.
- “Terminal Identities: The Racial Classification of Immigrants in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Death Records" by Monica McDermott published in Sociology of Race and EthnicityDeath certificates are a means of assessing the racial classification of foreign-born Americans that is based neither on a set of formal racial identification criteria nor self-identification. Instead, local informants typically report the race of decedents.
- "Historians and the Study of Protest" by Professor Brian Dill and Ronald Aminzade included in Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines, 2nd ed.In this chapter, we reflect on the distinctive ways in which historians have contributed to our understanding of social movements and collective action. We find that historians interrogate the historical record in at least one of three ways.
- By Asef Bayat
- Causes, Consequences, and Remedies by Kevin T. Leicht and Scott T. Fitzgerald
- by Asef Bayat
- by Asef Bayat
- Intersectionality in Intentional Communities The Struggle for Inclusivity in Multicultural U.S. Protestant Congregationsby Assata Zerai
- by Kevin T. Leicht 2016. The Sociological Quarterly 57(2): 211-231
- by Zsuzsa Gille
- by Asef Bayat ISA The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World
- by Brian Dill