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  • Ronald Silvers, *70

    • Ronald Silvers, *70
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Artists and Asociability: Studies in the Ideology of Alienation.
  • Amanda Rowe

    • Amanda Rowe
      • Graduate Program Administrator
    • Phone: 609-258-4543
    • Email: arowe@princeton.edu
    • Office: 106 Wallace Hall
  • Maria Abascal, *16

  • Adriana Abdenur, *06

  • Aasha Abdill, *14

    • Aasha Abdill, *14
      • Papa May Have: An Intimate Examination of Fatherhood in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
  • Rina Agarwala, *06

    • Rina Agarwala, *06
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: From Work to Welfare: Informal Workers’ Organizations and the State in India
  • Sada Aksartova, *05

    • Sada Aksartova, *05
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Civil Society from Abroad: U.S. Donors in the former Soviet Union
  • Eric Altman

    • Eric Altman
      • Computing Manager
      • Communications
      • Webmaster
    • Phone: 609-258-2851
    • Email: ealtman@princeton.edu
    • Office: 131 Wallace Hall
  • Antony W. Alumkal, *00

  • Sajeda Amin, *84 *88

    • Sajeda Amin, *84 *88
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Impact of Health Interventions on Socio-Economic Differentials in Infant and Child Mortality in Punjab, India
  • Barbara A. Anderson (Snow), *74 W*74

  • Sofya Aptekar, *10

  • Renelinda Arana, *08

    • Renelinda Arana, *08
      • Rebuilding Society Behind Prison Walls: Examining the Structure of Prisoner-Run Reform Organizations
  • Elizabeth M Armstrong

    • Elizabeth M Armstrong
      • Associate Professor
      • Office of Population Research
      • Woodrow Wilson School
    • Phone: 609-258-6981
    • Email: ema@princeton.edu
    • Office: 253 Wallace Hall
  • Carol J. Auster, *84

    • Carol J. Auster, *84
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Nontraditional Occupational Choice: A Comparative Study of Women and Men in Engineering Job: I am currently Professor of Sociology at Franklin and Marshall College where I have been teaching since 1981. Update 2011: Awarded the Christ
  • Nina Bandelj, *03

  • George W. Barclay, *51

  • Debbie Becher, *09

  • Bernard Beck, *63

  • Courtney J. Bender, *97

  • Michael Benediktsson, *11

  • Yan Bennett

    • Yan Bennett
      • Center Manager for the Center on Contemporary China
    • Phone: 609-258-7149
    • Email: ybennett@princeton.edu
  • Neil G. Bennett, *81

    • Neil G. Bennett, *81
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Estimation Techniques Derived From Structural Relations in Destabilized Populations
  • Edward Berchick, *15

    • Edward Berchick, *15
      • The Evolving Importance of Early-Life Health for the Reproduction of Educational Disadvantage Across Birth Cohorts
  • Yael Berda, *14

    • Yael Berda, *14
      • Colonial Legacy and Administrative Memory: The Legal Construction of Citizenship in India, Israel and Cyprus
  • Maitrayee Bhattacharyya, *06

  • Robert J. Birrell, *70

  • Ann K. Blanc (Klimas), *85

    • Ann K. Blanc (Klimas), *85
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Effect of NonMarital Cohabitation on Family Formation and Dissolution: A Comparative Analysis of Sweden and Norway
  • Bart Bonikowski, *11

    • Bart Bonikowski, *11
      • Dissertation: "Toward a Theory of Popular Nationalism: Shared Representations of the Nation-State in Modern Democracies."
  • Eduard R. Bos, *87

    • Eduard R. Bos, *87
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Demographic Characteristics of Children of Divorce
  • Sarah Brayne, *15

  • Mary B. Breckenridge (Barber), *76

  • Victoria Chapman Bruno, *94

    • Victoria Chapman Bruno, *94
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Working Hard or Hardly Working? An Examination of Children’s Household Contributions in the 1990s.
  • Bethany P. Bryson, *00

    • Bethany P. Bryson, *00
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Conflict and Cohesion: Why the Canon Wars Did Not Destroy English Literature
  • Thomas K. Burch, *62

    • Thomas K. Burch, *62
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Internal Migration in Venezuela – A Methodological Study 1962
    • Phone: [250] 595-6660
    • Email: tkburch@uvic.ca
  • Vallon L. Burris Jr., *76

    • Vallon L. Burris Jr., *76
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Child’s Conception of Economic Relations: A Genetic approach to the Sociology of Knowledge
  • Donnell Butler , *09

  • Sharon Bzostek, *09

  • Gwendolyn A. Cadge, *02

    • Gwendolyn A. Cadge, *02
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Seeking the Heart: The First Generation Practices Theravada Buddhism in America
  • Henry D. Carsch, *65

    • Henry D. Carsch, *65
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Dimensions of Meaning and Value in a Sample of Fairy Tales
  • Marion Wigby Carter, *02

    • Marion Wigby Carter, *02
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Do “Macho” Men Visit the Midwife? Husband Involvement in Maternal and Child Health in Rural Guatemala
  • Rebecca Casciano, *08

    • Rebecca Casciano, *08
      • "By Any Means Necessary": The American Welfare State and Machine Politics in Newark's North Ward
  • Miguel Centeno

    • Miguel Centeno
      • Musgrave Professor of Sociology
      • Professor of Sociology and International Affairs
    • Email: cenmiga@princeton.edu
    • Office: 100 Wallace Hall
  • Karen A. Cerulo, *85

    • Karen A. Cerulo, *85
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Social Solidarity and its Effects on Musical communication: an Empirical Analysis of National Anthems
  • Kyle Chan

  • Yunshik Chang, *67

  • Cheng Cheng

    • Cheng Cheng
      • 6th Year Graduate Student
    • Email: cc16@princeton.edu
  • Matthew M. Chew, *97

    • Matthew M. Chew, *97
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: International Cultural Influence and Problems of Knowledge Production in Cultural Peripheries: The Case of Modern Chinese and Japanese Philosophy
  • Stephen W-K. Chiu, *92

    • Stephen W-K. Chiu, *92
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The State and the Financing of Industrialization in East Asia: Historical Origins of Comparative Divergences
  • Kevin J. Christiano, *83

    • Kevin J. Christiano, *83
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Religious Diversity and Social Change in the Turn-of-the-Century American Cities
  • Angele Christin, *14

    • Angele Christin, *14
      • Clicks or Pulitzers? Web Journalists and Their Work in the United States and France
  • Laura Clawson, *07

    • Laura Clawson, *07
      • "I Belong to the Band, Hallelujah": Community, Spirituality, and Tradition Among Sacred Harp Singers
  • Timothy Clydesdale, *94

    • Timothy Clydesdale, *94
      • PhD Dissertation: Money and Faith in America: Exploring the Effects of Religious Restructuring and Income Inequality on Social Attitudes and Family Behavior.
  • Joseph Nathan Cohen, *07

  • Dalton Conley

    • Dalton Conley
      • Henry Putnam University Professor of Sociology
      • Office of Population Research
      • The Center for Health and Wellbeing
    • Phone: 609-258-8871
    • Email: dconley@princeton.edu
    • Office: 153 Wallace Hall
  • Walter D. Connor, *69

  • Phillip Connor, *10

    • Phillip Connor, *10
      • A Theory of Immigrant Religious Adaptation: Disruption, Assimilation, and Facilitation
  • Sharon Cornelissen

  • Clemencia Cosentino, *09

  • Ukandi G. Damachi, *73

    • Ukandi G. Damachi, *73
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Trade Union Role in the Development Process: The Case of Ghana
  • Chandler Davidson, *69

    • Chandler Davidson, *69
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Negro Politics and the Rise of the Civil Rights Movement in Houston, Texas 1968
  • Alexander Davis, *16

    • Alexander Davis, *16
      • Equal but Separate? Building Gender, Sex and Status into Public Restrooms in the United States, 1883-2015
  • David Scott Davis, *82

  • Donna DeFrancisco

    • Donna DeFrancisco
      • Department Manager
      • Assistant to Chair
    • Phone: 609-258-4531
    • Email: defran@princeton.edu
    • Office: 108 Wallace Hall
  • Matthew Desmond

    • Matthew Desmond
      • Professor of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-4424
    • Email: matthew.desmond@princeton.edu
    • Office: 153 Wallace Hall
  • Julian B. Dierkes, *03

    • Julian B. Dierkes, *03
      • Assistant Professor and Keidanren Chair in Japanese Research, Institute of Asian Research, Univ of British Columbia
  • Paul DiMaggio

    • Paul DiMaggio
      • Emeritus
    • Phone: 609-258-1971
    • Email: dimaggio@princeton.edu
    • Office: 118 Wallace Hall
  • Katie Donnelly

  • Jack D. Douglas, *65

    • Jack D. Douglas, *65
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Sociological Study of Suicide: Suicidal Actions as Sociologically Meaningful Actions
  • Timothy J. Dowd, *96

  • Xinyi Duan

  • Mitchell Duneier

    • Mitchell Duneier
      • Department Chair
      • Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-8040
    • Email: mduneier@princeton.edu
    • Office: 155 Wallace Hall
  • Janeria Easley, *16

    • Janeria Easley, *16
      • Getting a Job, Getting to Work: Hidden Inequality in Spatial Mismatch Among US Ethnoracial Groups
  • Linsey Nicole Edwards

  • Nicholas Ehrmann, *10

  • Elaine Enriquez, *15

    • Elaine Enriquez, *15
      • Convicts and Convictions: The Society, Identity, and Morality of Incarcerated Men
  • Diana Enriquez

  • Nicole Esparza, *07

    • Nicole Esparza, *07
      • Shelters, Soup Kitchens, and Supportive Housing: An Open Systems Analysis of the Field of Homeless Assistance Organizations
  • Thomas J. Espenshade

    • Thomas J. Espenshade
      • Emeritus
    • Phone: 609-258-5233
    • Email: tje@princeton.edu
    • Office: 249 Wallace Hall
  • John H. Evans, *98

  • Sally E. Ewing, *84

    • Sally E. Ewing, *84
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Social Insurance in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1912-1933: A Study of Legal Form and Administrative Practice
  • Jacob Faber

    • Jacob Faber
      • Post-Doc
    • Phone: 609-258-7966
    • Email: jacob.faber@princeton.edu
    • Office: 108 Wallace Hall
  • David W. Faure, *76

    • David W. Faure, *76
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Local Political Disturbances in Kiangsu Province, China, 1870-1911
  • Rachael-Heath Ferguson, *15

  • Patricia Fernandez-Kelly

    • Patricia Fernandez-Kelly
      • Professor of Sociology
      • Faculty Associate, Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-2237
    • Email: mpfk@princeton.edu
    • Office: 255 Wallace Hall
  • Margaret E. Flemming, *80

  • Rene Flores, *14

    • Rene Flores, *14
      • The Social Consequences of Subnational Restrictionist Immigration Policies in the U.S.
  • Edward P. Freeland, *92

    • Edward P. Freeland, *92
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Dynamics of Nonprofit and Public Organizational Growth in Health Care and Higher Education: A Study of U.S. States, 1910-1980
  • Michelle Bellessa Frost, *06

  • Margaret Frye

    • Margaret Frye
      • Assistant Professor of Sociology
      • Faculty Associate, Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-8734
    • Email: mfrye@princeton.edu
    • Office: 147 Wallace Hall
  • Herbert V. Gamberg, *64

    • Herbert V. Gamberg, *64
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: White Perception of Negro Race and Class as Factors in the Racial Residential Process
  • Bai Gao, *94

    • Bai Gao, *94
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Social Origin of Economic Reasoning: Three Changing Paradigms in Japanese Economic Policy, 1931-1965
  • Alfredo Garcia, *17

  • Denia Garcia, *17

    • Denia Garcia, *17
      • Integration Beyond Numbers: Getting Along and Working Together in a Multiethnic Neighborhood
  • Filiz Garip, *07

    • Filiz Garip, *07
      • From Migrant Social Capital to Community Development: A Relational Account of Migration, Remittances and Inequality
  • Eva M. Garroutte, *93

    • Eva M. Garroutte, *93
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Language and Cultural Authority: Nineteenth-Century Science and the Colonization of Religious Discourse
  • Lea Keil Garson (Keil), '78 *86

  • Lauren Gaydosh, *15

  • Julia Gelatt, *13

  • Kerstin Gentsch, *16

  • Cindy Gibson

    • Cindy Gibson
      • Undergraduate Program Administrator
    • Phone: 609-258-4530
    • Email: cindy@princeton.edu
    • Office: 106 Wallace Hall
  • Myron Glazer, *65

    • Myron Glazer, *65
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Professional and Political Attitudes of Chilean university Students May 1965
  • Dana A. Glei, *01

    • Dana A. Glei, *01
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Integration of Traditional and biomedical Care During Pregnancy and Birth in Rural Guatemala
  • Fatma Muge Gocek

    • Fatma Muge Gocek
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Toward a Theory of Westernization and Social Change: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Ottoman Society
  • Alice Goffman, *10

  • Joanne W. Golann, *16

  • Howard I. Goldberg, *81

    • Howard I. Goldberg, *81
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Marital Fertility in Sri Lanka: An Assessment of World Fertility Survey Data
  • Amir Goldberg, *12

    • Amir Goldberg, *12
      • Where Do Social Categories Come From? A Comparative Analyses of Online Interaction and Categorical Emergence in Music and Finance
  • Liora O'Donnell Goldensher

  • Adam Goldstein

    • Adam Goldstein
      • Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
    • Phone: 609-258-8741
    • Email: amg5@princeton.edu
    • Office: 114 Wallace Hall
  • Aaron Gottlieb, *16

    • Aaron Gottlieb, *16
      • Mass Incarceration in the United States: New Evidence on Implications and Ways Forward
  • Heba Gowayed

    • Heba Gowayed
      • 6th Year Graduate Student
    • Email: gowayed@princeton.edu
  • Jill Spencer Grigsby, *83

    • Jill Spencer Grigsby, *83
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Use of Contraception for Delaying and spacing Births in Colombia, Costa Rica, and Korea
  • Joshua A. Guetzkow, *04

    • Joshua A. Guetzkow, *04
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Carrot and the Stick: An Inquiry into the Relationship between Welfare and Criminal Justice
  • Guang Guo, *91

    • Guang Guo, *91
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: A Multivariate Proportional Hazards Model for Correlated Risks, with an Application to Child Survival in Guatemala
  • Conrad Hackett, *08

    • Conrad Hackett, *08
      • Religion and Fertility in the United States: The Influence of Affiliation, Region, and Congregation
  • Tod G. Hamilton

    • Tod G. Hamilton
      • Assistant Professor of Sociology
      • Faculty Associate, Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-5938
    • Email: todh@princeton.edu
    • Office: 128 Wallace Hall
  • Charlie Hammerslough, *87

    • Charlie Hammerslough, *87
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Correcting Survey-Based Contraceptive Failure Rates for Abortion Under-Reporting
  • Eszter Hargittai, *03

  • Kristen S. Harknett, *02

  • Yossi Harpaz, *16

    • Yossi Harpaz, *16
      • Compensatory Citizenship: A Comparative Study of Dual Nationality in Serbia, Mexico and Israel
  • Anthony R. Harris, *73

  • Roderick J. Harrison, *78

    • Roderick J. Harrison, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Occupational Structure, Opportunity and Mobility: Adapting Vacancy Models To National Occupational Structures
  • Edward F. B. Harvey, *67 S*72

  • Jeffrey K. Hass, *98

    • Jeffrey K. Hass, *98
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: To the Undiscovered Country: Institutions, Authority, Culture and Russia’s Transition to the Market, 1988-1997
  • Sara Hassani, *13

    • Sara Hassani, *13
      • Magnifying Disaster: The Causes and Consequences of Home Underinsurance
  • Kieran J. Healy, *01

  • Lewellyn Hendrix, *74

    • Lewellyn Hendrix, *74
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Migration from an Ozark Community: A Microo-sociological Study of Social Involvement and Integration
  • Albert I. Hermalin, *69 P84

  • Sarah G. Hewins, *91 S*82

    • Sarah G. Hewins, *91 S*82
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Backstretch: Social Structure and Community in the Stable Area of the Thoroughbred Racing Industry
  • John P. Hewitt, *66

  • Robert N. Hill, *73 P95

    • Robert N. Hill, *73 P95
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Interprovincial Migration and its Effects on Settlement Patterns in Iran for the Intercensal Period 1956-1966
  • Leslie Hinkson, *07

    • Leslie Hinkson, *07
      • Schools of the Nation: Department of Defense Schools and the Black-White Test Score Gap
  • Kelly A. Hoffman, *05

  • Bart K. Holland, *83

    • Bart K. Holland, *83
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Breast-Feeding and Infant Mortality: A Hazards Model Analysis of the Case of Malaysia
  • Paul Hollander, *63

    • Paul Hollander, *63
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The New Man and His Enemies – A Study of the Stalinist Conception of Good
  • Becky Hsu, *11

    • Becky Hsu, *11
      • Assisting the Rural Poor: Moral Understandings, Microfinance, and International Voluntary Efforts in Southwestern China.
  • Christopher H. Hunter, *78

    • Christopher H. Hunter, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Leadership-Role Differentiation in Small Groups: Some Methodological and Substantive Issues
  • Jennifer Huynh, *16

  • Patrick Ishizuka, *16

  • Erin Jacobs, *13

    • Erin Jacobs, *13
      • Prisoner Reentry in Context: Labor Market Conditions, Neighborhoods, and the Employment and Recidivism Outcomes of Former Prisoners
  • David Jacobson, *91

    • David Jacobson, *91
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: A Nation’s Sovereignty Under Seige: The U.S. in an Age of Global Inter-Dependence
  • Samantha Jaroszewski

  • Jennifer L. Jennings

    • Jennifer L. Jennings
      • Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
      • Woodrow Wilson School
    • Phone: 609-258-4422
    • Email: jlj@princeton.edu
    • Office: 159 Wallace Hall
  • Erin Johnston, *15

    • Erin Johnston, *15
      • Learning to Practice, Becoming Spiritual: Spiritual Disciplines as Projects of the Self
  • Erin F Johnston

  • Alexandra Kalev, *05

    • Alexandra Kalev, *05
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Gender and Racial Inequality at Work: Changing Organizational Structures and Managerial Diversity
  • Janet S. Kalwat, *83

    • Janet S. Kalwat, *83
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Divorce, Remarriage, and Childbearing: A Study of Fertility Differences Between Women in First and Second Marriages
  • Jonathan L. Kamin, *76

    • Jonathan L. Kamin, *76
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Rhythm and Blues in White America: Rock and roll and Acculturation and Perceptual Learning
  • Deborah Kaple

    • Deborah Kaple
      • Lecturer
      • Research Scholar
    • Phone: 609-258-9871
    • Email: dkaple@princeton.edu
    • Office: 228 Corwin Hall
  • Deborah A. Kaple, *91 E

    • Deborah A. Kaple, *91 E
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Emulating Control: The Stalinist Origins of Chinese Industrial Organization Management, 1949-1953
  • Jason A. Kaufman, *99

    • Jason A. Kaufman, *99
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Sometimes Civil Society: Urban Development, Municipal Politics, and the Impact of the Communications Revolution on 19th Century American Cities
  • Erin L. Kelly, *00

  • Allison Kenney

  • Samir G. Khalaf, *64

  • Usic Kim, *99

    • Usic Kim, *99
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Controlling Uncertainty: Relationship Management in the Organizational Field of U.S. Investment Firms
  • Rachel Kimbro, *05

    • Rachel Kimbro, *05
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Intergenerational Differences in Health Behaviors for Mexican-Americans: The Role of Culture and Cohesion
  • Alexander Kindel

  • Meredith Kleykamp, *07

  • Jean T. Knab (Tansey), *04

  • Beth K. Kosiak (Kaplowitz), *93 S*86

  • Kathryn L. Kost, *90

    • Kathryn L. Kost, *90
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Contraceptive Discontinuation in Peru: Patterns and Demographic Implications
  • Pierre Kremp, *10

    • Pierre Kremp, *10
      • Bubble & Inequality: The Diffusion of Stock Ownership in the U.S.
  • Heather Kugelmass

  • Herrissa D. Lamothe

  • Jeff Lane, *14

  • Ulla M. Larsen, *85 S*85

    • Ulla M. Larsen, *85 S*85
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Measure of Sterility: A Comparative Study of Levels and the Differentials of Sterility in Cameroon, Kenya and Sudan
  • Matthew P. Lawson, *96

  • Andrew Ledford, *17

  • Tina Lee, *16

    • Tina Lee, *16
      • Collusion without Corruption: Shifting Frames and Conflicting Rationalities in the Private and Public Sectors in China
  • William George Lehrman II, *89

  • Joseph L. Lennards, *78

    • Joseph L. Lennards, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Streaming and Status Socialization in the Dutch Secondary School System
  • Hillary Levey, *09

  • Michael David Levin, *76

  • Karen Levy, *14

    • Karen Levy, *14
      • The Automation of Compliance: Techno-Legal Regulation in the U.S. Trucking Industry
  • Gwendolyn L. Lewis, *75

    • Gwendolyn L. Lewis, *75
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Paradigms, Consensus, and Group Structure: A comparison of Three Scientific Subfields
  • Valerie Lewis, *09

  • Shaomin Li, *88

    • Shaomin Li, *88
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: China’s Population Policy: A Model of A Constant Stream of Births
  • Victor A. Liguori, *68

    • Victor A. Liguori, *68
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Stability and Change in the Social Structure of Atlantic Coast Commercial Fisheries
  • Michael Lindsay, *06

    • Michael Lindsay, *06
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Faith in the Corridors of Power: Religious Identity and Public Leadership
  • Ian Lundberg

    • Ian Lundberg
      • 3rd Year Graduate Student
    • Email: ilundberg@princeton.edu
  • Keith F. MacAllum, *91

    • Keith F. MacAllum, *91
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Technological Innovation in a High School Math Department: A Structural and Cultural Analysis
  • Carol Ann MacGregor, *12

  • Carolyn Makinson, *86

  • Gregoire Mallard, *08

    • Gregoire Mallard, *08
      • The Atomic Confederacy: Europe's Quest For Nuclear Weapons and the Making of The New World Order
  • Sina Mandalinci, *95

    • Sina Mandalinci, *95
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Class Differences in Vulnerability to Stress: Exploring Stress Loops and Predictive Capacity as Mediating Variables
  • Lorna R. Marsden, *72 S*67

  • Victor W. Marshall, *73

  • Emily A. Marshall, *12

    • Emily A. Marshall, *12
      • PhD Dissertation: Population Problems? Demographic Knowledge and Fertility in Great Britain and France, 1945-2005
  • Rebekah Massengill, *09

  • Doug Massey

    • Doug Massey
      • Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
      • Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-4949
    • Email: dmassey@princeton.edu
    • Office: 239 Wallace Hall
  • Douglas S. Massey, *78

    • Douglas S. Massey, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Residential Segregation of Spanish Americans in United States Urbanized Areas
  • David Matza, *59

    • David Matza, *59
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Moral Code of Delinquents: A Study of Patterns of Neutralization 1959
  • James F. McCarthy, *77

  • Sara McLanahan, Dr.

    • Sara McLanahan, Dr.
      • Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
      • Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-4875
    • Email: mclanaha@princeton.edu
    • Office: 265 Wallace Hall
  • Kevin F. McQuillan, *78

    • Kevin F. McQuillan, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Modernization and Internal Migration: The Cases of Nineteenth Century England and France
  • Jane A. Menken, *75 P86

  • Barbara S. Mensch, *83 S*84

    • Barbara S. Mensch, *83 S*84
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Effect of Child Mortality on Contraceptive Use and Fertility in Colombia, Costa Rica, and Korea
  • Steven Messner, *78

    • Steven Messner, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Income Inequality and Murder Rates: A Cross-National Analysis
  • Virag Molnar, *05

    • Virag Molnar, *05
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Modernity and Memory: The Politics of Architecture in Hungary and East Germany After the Second World War
  • Ellis Monk

    • Ellis Monk
      • Assistant Professor
      • Faculty Associate, Office of Population Research
    • Email: emonk@princeton.edu
    • Office: 151 Wallace Hall
  • Margarita Ann Mooney, *05

    • Margarita Ann Mooney, *05
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Upward Climb or Downward Slide? Religion and Mediating social Capital in the Haitian Communities of Miami, Montreal and Paris
  • Christina Mora, *09

    • Christina Mora, *09
      • De Muchos, Uno: The Institutionalization of Latino Panethnicity in the United States 1960-1990
  • Ann J. Morning, *04 S*04

  • Sophie Moullin

    • Sophie Moullin
      • 5th Year Graduate Student
    • Email: smoullin@princeton.edu
  • Alexandra Murphy, *12

    • Alexandra Murphy, *12
      • The Social Organization of Black Suburban Poverty: An Ethnographic Community Study
  • Petra Nahmias, *10

  • Christine Nanfra

    • Christine Nanfra
      • Assistant to Alejandro Portes
      • Department Office Support
    • Phone: 609-258-4436
    • Email: cnanfra@princeton.edu
    • Office: 179 Wallace Hall
  • Clifford I. Nass, '81 *86

    • Clifford I. Nass, '81 *86
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Society as Computer: The Structure of Information Work in the United States 1900-1980
  • Thomas J. Neville, *81

  • Nazek K. Nosseir, *76

    • Nazek K. Nosseir, *76
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Measures of Fertility and Mortality in the governorates of Egypt 1947-1960
  • Rourke O'Brien, *14

    • Rourke O'Brien, *14
      • Macroeconomic Conditions, Welfare State Policy, and the Evaluation of Disability
  • Ann Shola Orloff, *85

    • Ann Shola Orloff, *85
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Politics of Pensions: A Comparative Analysis of the Origins of Pensions and Old Age Insurance in Canada, Great Britain and the United States, 1880s-1930s.
  • Jayanti Owens, *13

    • Jayanti Owens, *13
      • Habits that Make, Habits that Break: Gender, Children's Behavior Problems, and Educational Attainment Across Two Decades
  • Hilary J. Page, *73

    • Hilary J. Page, *73
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Age, Marriage Duration and Fertility: An Analysis of Cross-Sectional Data
  • Kendall Cox Park

  • Ryan James Parsons

  • Jessica Smilowitz Pearson (Smilowitz), *74 P99

  • David Pedulla, *14

    • David Pedulla, *14
      • Non-standard, Contingent, and Precarious Work in the “New Economy”
  • Christine Percheski, *08

  • Elizabeth M. Pettit, *99

    • Elizabeth M. Pettit, *99
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Navigating Networks and Neighborhoods: An Analysis of the Residential Mobility of the Urban Poor
  • Michelle S. Phelps, *13

    • Michelle S. Phelps, *13
      • Dissertation: The Paradox of Probation: Understanding the Expansion of an "Alternative" to Incarceration During the Prison Boom
  • Alejandro Portes, Ph.D.

  • James R. Posner, *70

    • James R. Posner, *70
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Income and Occupation of Negro and White College Graduates: 1931-1966
  • Matthew J. Price, *95 S*91

    • Matthew J. Price, *95 S*91
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Unmaking of the British Middle Class: Progressive Liberalism and the Discourse of Managerial Authority in Early Twentieth Century Britain
  • LiErin Probasco, *13

    • LiErin Probasco, *13
      • More Good Than Harm: Moral Action and Evaluation In International Religious Volunteer Tourism
  • Alexandria Walton Radford, *09

    • Alexandria Walton Radford, *09
      • Where Do They Go? How Gender, Race, and Social Class Shape High School Valedictorians’ Paths to Their Undergraduate Institutions
  • Kia I. Reinis, *89

    • Kia I. Reinis, *89
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Impact of the Proximate Determinants of Fertility: Evaluating the Bongaarts of Hobcraft-Little Methods of Estimation
  • Leah Margareta Gazzo Reisman

  • Victoria Reyes, *14

  • Amy Michelle Reynolds, *10

    • Amy Michelle Reynolds, *10
      • Saving the Market: The Role of Religious Values, Authority, and Networks in International Trade Discourse
  • Robert I. Rhodes, *72

  • James A. Riccio, *84

    • James A. Riccio, *84
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Treatment and Custody in Juvenile Correctional Facilities: A Study of Staff and Resident Behavior
  • Ronald R Rindfuss, *74

  • Elizabeth Roberto

    • Elizabeth Roberto
      • Post-Doc
    • Phone: 609-258-7967
    • Email: eroberto@princeton.edu
    • Office: 108 Wallace Hall
  • Richard Lee Rogers, *96

  • César F. Rosado Marzán, *05

  • Jake Rosenfeld, *07

    • Jake Rosenfeld, *07
      • What Unions No Long Do: Economic and Political Consequences of Union Decline In the Post-Accord Era
  • Gabriel Rossman, *05

  • Gilbert Rozman

    • Gilbert Rozman
      • Emeritus
    • Phone: 609-258-5094
    • Email: grozman@princeton.edu
    • Office: 149 Wallace Hall
  • Gilbert F. Rozman, *71 S*78 P96 E

  • Laura L. Rudkin-Miniot, *92

  • Naomi Rutenberg, *93

    • Naomi Rutenberg, *93
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Estimation of Fecundability from Survey Data on Coital Frequency
  • Norman B. Ryder, *51 P72 E

    • Norman B. Ryder, *51 P72 E
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Cohort Approach: Essays in the Measurement of Temporal Variations in Demographic Behavior 1951
  • Abigail Cope Saguy (Smith), *00

  • Rania Salem, *11

    • Rania Salem, *11
      • Economics of Courtship: Matrimonial Transactions and the Construction of Gender and Class Inequalities in Egypt
  • Matthew J. Salganik

    • Matthew J. Salganik
      • Professor, Department of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-8867
    • Email: mjs3@princeton.edu
    • Office: 145 Wallace Hall
  • Masamichi Stephen Sasaki, *80

    • Masamichi Stephen Sasaki, *80
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Network Analysis of Industrial Organizations in Japan: Group Cohesiveness, Leadership, and Group Productivity
  • Kyoko Sato, *07

    • Kyoko Sato, *07
      • Meanings of Genetically Modified Food and Policy Changes and Persistence: The Cases of France, Japan and the United States
  • Laina Savory, *83

    • Laina Savory, *83
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Strong Attributes and Weak Ties: The Contributions of Background Characteristics and Personal Contacts in Finding a Job
  • Stephanie Schacht, *14

  • Kim Lane Scheppele

    • Kim Lane Scheppele
      • Professor of Sociology
      • and International Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School
    • Phone: 609-258-6949
    • Email: kimlane@princeton.edu
    • Office: 415 Robertson Hall
  • Traci Schlesinger, *06

  • Michael Schlossman, *13

    • Michael Schlossman, *13
      • Not Quite Treatment, Not Quite Punishment: A Case Study of American Juvenile Justice in the Get-Tough Era (1987-2009)
  • John Schmalzbauer, *97

  • Allison Youatt Schnable, *15

  • Allison Youatt Schnable, *15

  • Daniel Schneider, *11

  • Libby A. Schweber, *96

    • Libby A. Schweber, *96
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Assertion of Disciplinary Claims in Demography and Vital Statistics: France and England, 1830-1885
  • Tracy L. Scott, *99

    • Tracy L. Scott, *99
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: What’s God Got to Do With It? Protestantism, Gender, and the Meaning of work in the U.S.
  • Andrew T. Scull, *74

    • Andrew T. Scull, *74
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Museums of Madness: The Social Organization of Insanity in 19th Century England
  • Lauren Senesac, *16

  • Hana Shepherd, *11

    • Hana Shepherd, *11
      • Dissertation: "Great Decisions: The Organizational Basis of Foreign Policy Ideas in the Council on Foreign Relations."
  • Arthur B. Shostak, *61

    • Arthur B. Shostak, *61
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Role and Viability of the Single-Firm, Unaffiliated Union 1961
  • Wesley Monroe Shrum Jr., *82

  • Jan S. Smith, *71

    • Jan S. Smith, *71
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Social Status, Status Inconsistency and Political Involvement
  • Dennis B. Smith, *79 P99 P09

  • Brad Smith, *15

    • Brad Smith, *15
      • Business as Spiritual Vocation: Evangelical Executives on Faith and Work
  • Claudette Yvonne Smith (Morrison), *82

    • Claudette Yvonne Smith (Morrison), *82
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Age at First Birth and Fertility Decline in Costa Rica: An Examination of the Demographic context of the First Birth and Related Pattern of Subsequent Fertility
  • Mahesh Somashekhar

    • Mahesh Somashekhar
      • Postdoctoral Research Associate
      • Student on the Market
    • Email: msoma@uw.edu
  • Mahesh Somashekhar, *15

    • Mahesh Somashekhar, *15
      • Immigrant Business in Suburban America: How and Why Ethnic Economy Workers in the Suburbs Are Struggling to Get By
  • Michael P. Soroka, *75

  • Laura Stark, *06

    • Laura Stark, *06
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Morality in Science: How Research is evaluated in the Age of Human Subjects Regulations
  • Paul Starr

    • Paul Starr
      • Professor of Sociology
      • Professor of Communications and Public Affairs
    • Phone: 609-258-4533
    • Email: starr@princeton.edu
    • Office: 124 Wallace Hall
  • Liza Steele, *13

    • Liza Steele, *13
      • Valuing the Welfare State: A cross-national analysis of attitudes about income inequality and redistribution in 91 countries with case studies of Brazil, China, France, and the United States
  • Brian Sloat Steensland, *02

  • Peter J. Stein, *69

    • Peter J. Stein, *69
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Impact of Selectivity: The College Experience and the Social-Historical Context on the Attitudes of Women
  • Brandon Stewart

    • Brandon Stewart
      • Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
      • Department of Politics
      • Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-5094
    • Email: bms4@princeton.edu
    • Office: 149 Wallace Hall
  • Russell A. Stone, *71

    • Russell A. Stone, *71
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Social Change in Commercial Organization: A Tunisian Case Study
  • Jennifer A. Strickler, *93

    • Jennifer A. Strickler, *93
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Contraceptive Risk-Taking and Contraceptive Failure Among Users of Female Barrier Methods
  • Paul W. Stupp, *86

    • Paul W. Stupp, *86
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: A General Procedure for Estimating an Intercensal Age Schedule
  • Naomi Sugie, *14

    • Naomi Sugie, *14
      • Finding Work: A Smartphone Study of Job Searching, Social Contacts, and Wellbeing After Prison
  • Anna Sun, *08

    • Anna Sun, *08
      • Assistant Professor of Sociology and Asian Studies, Kenyon College
  • Kazuko Suzuki, *03

    • Kazuko Suzuki, *03
      • The State and Immigrant Adaptation: A Comparative Study of the Korean Diaspora in Japan and the United States
  • Hiromi Taniguchi, *97

  • Howard Taylor

    • Howard Taylor
      • Emeritus
    • Phone: 609-258-4547
    • Email: 0756353@princeton.edu
    • Office: 201 Nassau, Room 21
  • Belgin Tekce, *75

    • Belgin Tekce, *75
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Urbanization and Migration in Turkey—1958-1965
  • Steven J. Tepper, *01

    • Steven J. Tepper, *01
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Culture, Conflict and Community: Struggles Over Art, Education and History in American Cities
  • Mélanie Terrasse

  • Kyla Thomas, *16

    • Kyla Thomas, *16
      • Hidden (Dis)Advantages of Class: How Cultural Signals of Class Shape U.S. Labor Market Outcomes
  • Grace Tien

    • Grace Tien
      • 4th Year Graduate Student
    • Email: gtien@princeton.edu
  • Marta Tienda

    • Marta Tienda
      • Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
      • Office of Population Research
      • Woodrow Wilson School
    • Phone: 609-258-5808
    • Email: tienda@princeton.edu
    • Office: 247 Wallace Hall
  • Aykut Toros, *75

    • Aykut Toros, *75
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Tarsus-II-A Social Experiment in Fertility Regulation
  • LaTonya Trotter, *13

    • LaTonya Trotter, *13
      • Medical Work/Nursing Work: Negotiating the Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care
  • Ryoko Kato Tsuneyoshi (Kato), *90

  • Kazuko Tsurumi, *67

    • Kazuko Tsurumi, *67
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Adult Socialization and Social Change: Japan Before and After World War II
  • Stanley H. Udy Jr., '50 *58

  • Craig Upright, *12

    • Craig Upright, *12
      • New-Wave Cooperatives Selling Organic Food: The Curious Endurance of an Organizational Form
  • Charles Varner, *15

    • Charles Varner, *15
      • Taxation Without Borders: How Elite Embeddedness Trumps Millionaire Migration
  • Janet Vertesi

    • Janet Vertesi
      • Assistant Professor
    • Phone: 609-258-8724
    • Email: jvertesi@princeton.edu
    • Office: 122 Wallace Hall
  • Jack Veuglers

    • Jack Veuglers
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Institutionalization of France’s Front National
  • Erik Vickstrom, *13

    • Erik Vickstrom, *13
      • The Production and Consequences of Migrant Irregularity: Senegalese in France, Italy, and Spain
  • Hannah Waight

  • Maureen R. Waller, *97

    • Maureen R. Waller, *97
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Redefining Fatherhood: Paternal Involvement, Masculinity, and Responsibility in the “Other America”
  • Joan Leann Walling, *05 S*03

  • Scott Leon Washington, *11

  • Susan Cotts Watkins (Cotts, *80

  • Frank J. Wayno Jr., *83 P07

    • Frank J. Wayno Jr., *83 P07
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Retirement Decision Process: A Multinomial Logit Analysis of the Expected Retirement Decisions of Middle-Aged Male Workers
  • Maxine A. Weinstein, *81

    • Maxine A. Weinstein, *81
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Childbearing and Marital Separation: Evidence from the 1970 National Fertility Study
  • D. Eleanor Westney, *78

    • D. Eleanor Westney, *78
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Organizational Development in Meiji Japan: A Study of Prefectural Variation in Modernization 1880-1915
  • Charles Westoff

    • Charles Westoff
      • Emeritus
      • Office of Population Research
    • Phone: 609-258-5867
    • Email: westoff@opr.princeton.edu
    • Office: 251 Wallace Hall
  • Philip Wexler, *72 P92

    • Philip Wexler, *72 P92
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Children of Immigrants: A Study of Education, Ethnicity and Change in Israel
  • Gray Wheeler, *97

  • Frederick Wherry

    • Frederick Wherry
      • Professor
      • Departmental Representative
    • Phone: 609-258-2375
    • Email: ffwherry@princeton.edu
    • Office: 102 Wallace Hall
  • Frederick F. Wherry, *04 S*02

  • Harrison C. White, *60

    • Harrison C. White, *60
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Research and Development as a Pattern in Industrial Management: A Case Study of Industrialization and Uncertainty 1960
  • W. Bradford Wilcox, *01

    • W. Bradford Wilcox, *01
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Soft Patriarchs & New Men: Religion, Ideology, and Male Familial Involvement
  • Christopher Wildeman, *08

    • Christopher Wildeman, *08
      • Parental Incarceration, the Prison Boom, and The Intergenerational Transmission of Stigma and Disadvantage June 2008
  • Marsha G. Witten, *92

    • Marsha G. Witten, *92
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Guarding the Castle of God—Religious Speech in Context of Secularity: An Examination of the Sermon Discourse of two Protestant Denominations in the Contemporary U.S.
  • Kevin Woodson, *11

    • Kevin Woodson, *11
      • Fairness and Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century Corporate Workplace: The Perspectives of Young Black Professionals
  • David E. Woolwine, *88

    • David E. Woolwine, *88
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: George Herbert Mead: A Critical Reassessment of His Philosophy and Its Relationship to Symbolic Interactionism
  • Robert Wuthnow

    • Robert Wuthnow
      • Andlinger Professor of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-4742
    • Email: wuthnow@princeton.edu
    • Office: 126 Wallace Hall
  • Yu Xie

    • Yu Xie
      • Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-7080
    • Email: yuxie@princeton.edu
    • Office: 188 Wallace Hall
  • Vicki Weiqi Yang

  • Hongqiu Yang, *98 S*94

    • Hongqiu Yang, *98 S*94
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: The Cultural Meaning of Health: Social Ties and Health Among the Elderly in China and Japan
  • Jessica Yiu, *16

    • Jessica Yiu, *16
      • Tiger Children in Old and New Immigrant Destinations: The Divergent Educational Experiences of Chinese Immigrant Youth in Spain, Italy and the U.S
  • Cristobal Young, *10

    • Cristobal Young, *10
      • The Non-Pecuniary Costs of Unemployment: Three Empirical Studies of Job Loss and Search
  • Anna Zajacova, *06

    • Anna Zajacova, *06
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Sociodemographic Factors and Health: Examination of Select Pathways Over the Lifecourse
  • Viviana A. Zelizer

    • Viviana A. Zelizer
      • Lloyd Cotsen ‘50 Professor of Sociology
    • Phone: 609-258-4557
    • Email: vzelizer@princeton.edu
    • Office: 120 Wallace Hall
  • Hongxin Zhao, *97

    • Hongxin Zhao, *97
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Children of Teenage Mothers: What Determines Their Resilience
  • Dirk Mathias Zorn, *04

    • Dirk Mathias Zorn, *04
      • Ph.D. Dissertation: Hail to the Chief: Conceptions of Control and the Rise of the Chief Financial Officer in the American Firm