UW-Madison Department of Sociology graduate students and faculty members received honors for their research at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting held in August. Other faculty members participated on panels for the event. Congratulations to all!
Sarah E. (Frankie) Frank, Body and Embodiment Section’s Honorable Mention for Graduate Paper Award: “Queering Menstruation: Trans and Non-Binary Identity and Body Politics.”
Ariane Ophir and Jessica Polos, Sociology of Population Section’s Best Graduate Paper Award: “Care Life Expectancy: Gender and Unpaid Work in the Context of Population Aging.”
Nathan Seltzer, Sociology of Population Section’s Honorable Mention for Graduate Paper Award: “Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States.”
Professor Chad Goldberg, History of Sociology Section’s Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award Co-winner: “Modernity and the Jews in Western Social Thought.”
Professor Joel Rogers, participant on the Labor, Racial Justice, and the Road to a Green New Deal Panel.