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31
Aug

Managing Supergentrification in a Pandemic

By Jenny Stuber, author of Aspen and the American Dream: How One Town Manages Inequality in the Era of Supergentrification In communities across the American West, the COVID-19 pandemic revealed new social …

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20
May

What is Going on with Religion in America?

By Lisa D. Pearce and Claire Chipman Gilliland, authors of Religion in America Everybody has an opinion about the state of religion in America. Not everybody has a comprehensively informed opinion about …

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10
Aug

#ASA2020: Browse Titles for Courses

Explore our groundbreaking books that facilitate teaching across disciplines. To request an exam copy, click on “Request an Exam or Desk Copy” on the book page, and this will take you to …

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07
Aug

#ASA2020: UC Press ASA Award Winners

UC Press’s award-winning Sociology publishing program is known for its focus on contemporary social problems, global health, racial justice, and human rights. We publish ground-breaking books that have shaped and challenged the …

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06
Aug

Q&A with ASA President-Elect, Aldon Morris

This year marks several honors for UC Press author and distinguished sociologist, Aldon Morris—including recognition as the incoming 2021 ASA President and the W.E.B. Du Bois Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award. Yet …

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05
Aug

Q&A with ASA President Christine L. Williams

As many scholars can attest, this year’s ASA President Christine Williams is one of the most influential sociologists of the last half century. With almost too-many awards to count, Williams has challenged …

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