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Dr. Sobreiro’s dissertation, entitled “Indigenous mobilization and multi-local livelihood strategies in the Middle Rio Negro, northwestern Brazilian Amazon” studied how spatial mobility and increased rural-urban relations affect indigenous community political… Read More
Race and Policing: As part of a major Teacher/Scholar Hiring Initiative at the University of Florida, the Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law invites applications for a tenure-track assistant… Read More
The Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor with research focused broadly on interpersonal violence to begin August 16, 2018. Substantive interests may… Read More
Dr. Marvin D. Krohn, Professor of Criminology and Law here at the University of Florida, was honored September 9 with an induction into the 2016 Hall of Fame for Florida State… Read More
Dr. Stephen Perz, Professor of Sociology here at the University of Florida, recently published his latest book, Crossing Boundaries for Collaboration: Conservation and Development Projects in the Amazon, available from Rowman… Read More
Congratulations to Professor Tamir Sorek, co-winner of the Yonathan Shapiro Award for the Best Book in Israel Studies. Palestinian Commemoration in Israel: Calendars, Monuments, and Martyrs. http://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=23855 Palestinian Commemoration in… Read More
Dr. Brooke is offering 3 new undergraduate Criminology courses for Fall 2016 : seats available. Prisons & Jails Women & Crime Careers in Criminal Justice
Congratulations to Julia Arroyo, one of five national Fellows for 2016-2017
is teaching Introduction to Qualitative Methods to first and second year graduate students.
about to give a talk about her research at Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays in Gainesville (with PFLAG Gainesville Board Member Larry Ligammare and Vice-President William Dougherty.)
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