Chakravartin Sokhomsan ’24 is passionate about the arts and community-building. Through a recent internship, he planned and starred in an interarts performance at a nearby state park.
Graduating sociology majors launch careers in education and enter graduate programs in social work and immigration studies.
The authors of "From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century" will discuss the promise of and the obstacles to achieving reparations for descendants of American slaves.
César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández, law professor and expert in criminal and immigration law, will discuss the history of the immigration-imprisonment system in the U.S.
The bestselling author of "How to Be an Antiracist" kicks off Dickinson Discussion series with a conversation about how to understand and solve the seemingly intractable problems of racial inequality.
Adam Isacson, director of the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) Defense Oversight program, will discuss arms trafficking in a virtual program.
Meet Lilly Zeitlin ’21, whose interest in studying institutional inequalities led her to conduct original research in India focusing on how urban and industrial development impacts rural communities.
Rabbi, teacher and novelist Phil Cohen ’73, former sociology major, shares his faith and talent for writing in a new Jewish science fiction detective novel.
“I was able to immerse myself in not just one culture but actually in two,” says Alana Richards ’20, who had a bilingual winery internship in Mendoza, Argentina, while abroad for a full year.
The American Sociological Association names Helene Lee's book on migration and transnationalism an Asian American Book Award winner.
Meaghan McBride ’19 has researched in China, interned at a nonprofit, studied in Denmark and Cameroon, presented at a national conference and led two service trips.
“After taking these classes, I didn’t see the world in the same way,” says Meet Mollie Montague ’19, on her Dickinson experience as a sociology and Spanish double major.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with Doctors Without Borders, Teach for America, AmeriCorps, Enterprise Knowledge and other employers.
Author and scholar of government and politics, Lilliana Mason, will discuss social stratification in the U.S. in a lecture at Dickinson.
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