Ashley Morris, one of our sociology majors, is also directing and producing Poetic Injustice, a play that is comprised entirely of journals, stories, and poetry from prisoners around the country. The prisoners talk about the reality of what really goes on in prison, their personal stories, their beliefs, their pasts, and their dreams for the...
The Department of Sociology is pleased to announce our annual open house! Students (from any major) are invited to come and learn about all of the courses we will be offering this summer and fall. Professors will offer brief presentations on the classes they will be teaching. In addition, non-sociology students can learn more about the major and minors offered through our...
Please join us for this week's Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations/Latin American Studies film.
Where: Uris Auditorium, Uris Hall, Cornell University
When: 7:00pm, Wednesday, April 8th
Who: Free and open to the public
Alicia Swords, Assistant Professor of Sociology, will be a discussant.
The film: The award-winning documentary (Mexico,...
ITHACA, NY — The project coordinator for a multi-campus study on college students and their mating habits will discuss her research in a talk at Ithaca College. Rebecca Plante will present “Hooking Up On Campus: Sex in the Little City” on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. in Textor 101. Her talk is free and open to the public.
What is hooking up? Is dating dead?...
ITHACA, NY — “Make no mistake, there is a new economy,” says Stephen Sweet, lead-author of “Changing Contours of Work” and an assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College. He explains how the new economy has opened up prospects for working in new ways and created opportunities for new groups of workers. For example, today people can work at home and...