By Department Head Tim F. Liao, Roger Yat-Nork Chung, and Eric Fong.
- By Department Head Tim F. Liao and Rebecca Yiqing Gan.
- "Exceptionality and Colonial-State - Corporate Crimes in the Puerto Rican Fiscal and Economic Crisis"By Dr. José Atiles. Published March 10th, 2020 in the journal Latin American Perspectives
- “‘One of the most corrupt places on earth:’ Colonialism, (Anti)Corruption, and the Puerto Rican Summer of 2019” By Dr. José AtilesPublished in Society + Space
- Disruptive Situations: Fractal Orientalism and Queer Strategies in Beirut - a new book by Ghassan MoussawiProfessor 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.
- "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.
- "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