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11
Aug

Award-Winning Authors and Books at ASA 2018

At this year’s American Sociological Association conference, we celebrate the work of our award-winning authors. Congratulations to our wonderful scholars, teachers, and activists.#ASA18 #ScholarActivist Aldon Morris, The Scholar Denied: W. E. B. Du Bois …

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16
Feb

Happy Quasquicentennial to Us!

February 16th, 2018 marks the quasquicentennial of University of California Press, celebrating 125 years of scholarly publishing since its founding on this day in 1893. Throughout this time, UC Press remained one …

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21
Aug

ASA Conference: Author Sessions – Updates

If you’ve enjoyed some of our UC Press author sessions at the ASA conference, attend some other sessions listed below. Below are the sessions for Monday, August 22nd and Tuesday, August 23rd. Sessions are located at …

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23
Feb

The Legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois

“White scholars of the second half of the twentieth century did not purposely ignore Du Bois; rather, thanks to the marginalization of Du Bois by the white founders of sociology, they were …

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26
Jan

The Birth of Modern Sociology

We were taught that American sociology originated with the Chicago School.  What if we were wrong? In honor of Black History Month, let’s consider a counterview posed by author Aldon Morris—that W. E. …

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20
Aug

From Du Bois to Black Lives Matter

By Aldon Morris, author of The Scholar Denied: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Birth of Modern Sociology This guest post is published in advance of the American Sociological Association conference in Chicago.Check …

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