The newly released book provides a sociocultural look at African American communities across the U.S. from the late 19th century to present.
At Rhodes, she teaches a variety of courses that focus on urban and community sociology, culture and inequality, social problems and research methods.
Dr. Evelyn Perry, associate professor of sociology, was interviewed Aug. 15 on Milwaukee Public Radio on how diversity works in one Milwaukee neighborhood, and the challenges it faces.
As KennyBirch considers her past work in her history major and her plans to earn an advanced degree in history, she considers her work as a Mellon Fellow one of the best parts of her Rhodes experience.
A new book by Dr. Evelyn M. Perry, associate professor of sociology, is scheduled for publication Feb. 27, 2017 by the University of North Carolina Press. It is titled Live and Let Live.
The experiences that impact students in middle school and high school can significantly influence the perspectives they carry with them into college or throughout their careers. BRIDGES helps with these topics.
Professor Susan Kus has devoted a significant part of her career learning about and living in Madagascar in order to better understand the dynamic cultures of the Malagasy people in the central highlands region.
Over the course of the summer, Claire Norton ’17 was selected to work as a paid intern with the Women in Archeology Program at the Center for American Archeology (CAA) in Kampsville, IL.
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