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Steven E. Barkan and Michael Rocque recently published an op-ed with CNN titled "5 reasons why immigrants aren't brining higher crime, as Trump claims."

Natasha Israt Kabir presented her research on phases of migration, gender bias, and stereotypes in South Asian literature and film at the Kimmel Belonging and Engagement Hub Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American Heritage (APIDA) Month opening ceremony.

Stephanie Southworth and Sara Brallier, along with their students, received a South Carolina Humanities Grant to conduct a photovoice exhibit. Community Change Initiative.

Leontina M. Hormel discussed Trailer Park America: Reimagining Working-Class Communities on the New Books in Sociology podcast.

Shenila Khoja-Moolji (Georgetown University) published a new book that examines the intersection of gender and religion in the context of displacement. Rebuilding Community: Displaced Women and the Making of a Shia Ismaili Muslim Sociality (Oxford University Press). 30% off code AAFLYG6. 

Jean-Pierre Reed and Carlos Garrido (2024). “Intellectuals, ideology and the ethico-political.” In The Elgar companion to Antonio Gramsci (152-70). Edward Elgar Publishing.