Back to top. Vidal-Ortiz's scholarship cuts across racialization, sexuality, gender, migration and religion, and is interdisciplinary. Within the American Sociological Association ASA , he has served as convener and first non-elected Chair of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment section, is Past Chair of the Sexualities Section , and served as inaugural editorial board member for Sociology of Race and Ethnicity , from the Race and Ethnic Minorities section where he was a Council member as well. For the Media To request an interview for a news story, call AU Communications at or submit a request. AU Experts. International Sociological Association Member since
Diefendorf honored with ASA Section Award for research on sexuality among evangelicals
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Martin P. Levine Memorial Dissertation Fellowship
Below you will find an alphabetical list of the Graduate Fellows of the Urban Ethnography Lab with information about their research and areas of interest. Her research interests include immigration, identity, and crime. Riad Azar is a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology interested in violence, illicit markets, non-state actors, and science and technology studies. He received his B.
Criteria: Candidates who will contribute to diversity in higher education through their teaching, research or service and who will have a doctorate awarded by the start of the appointment on July 1 of the year following their applications. Application Deadline: November 1st each year. These contributions may include public service addressing the needs of our increasingly diverse society, efforts to advance equitable access to higher education for women and minorities, or research focusing on underserved populations or understanding issues of racial or gender inequalities.