Ph.D. candidate Desmond Goss received the 2016 Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship (formerly known as the Final Year Fellowship) which is an internal program targeting doctoral students’ degree completion.
Desmond’s dissertation is tilted; “‘Chocolate Joy’: Race and Masculinities in Gay Porn.”
Congratulations Desmond on winning this prestigious award!
Dr. Cory Albertson and GSU alum Dr. Moon Charania presented their forthcoming book chapter “Single White Female: Queer Trauma and Feminist Melancholy in the New Disney” at the International Girls’ Studies Association inaugural conference at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. #IGSA2016
This Fellowship was developed to create new policy and practice relevant knowledge on the dynamics of abuse and neglect and effective strategies… more »
We have big news to share! Dr. Deirdre Oakley and Dr. Erin Ruel have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant (NSF) for $500,000 to study Community Land Trusts (CLTs). Our professors are co-PI’s along with Dr. Mary Clare Lennon (CUNY Graduate Center). The PI is Dr. Susan Saegert (CUNY Graduate Center).
CLTs… more »
Please join the Department of Sociology in congratulating Nia Reed! Nia was selected as the 2016 Jacqueline Boles Teaching Fellow. This award is presented to an outstanding graduate teaching instructor in the Department of Sociology.
The Jacqueline Boles Teaching Fellowship in Sociology was established in 2000 to honor Dr. Boles on the occasion of her… more »
The Outstanding Graduate Student Award was established in 2000 to recognize excellent graduate student research in the Department of Sociology. The award is made… more »
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2016
National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers
Dates: July 17-22, 2016 or July 23-28, 2016
Location: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
GSU Sociology Professor Jenny Zhan was featured in article about recent changes to the China’s “One-Child Policy”
Professor Deirdre Oakley, along with GSU graduate King Williams, were quoted in a recent Atlantic Cities article about public housing elimination in Atlanta.