Faculty Honors

2018-2019

Professor Abigail Saguy has published a follow-up piece on gender-neutral pronouns (co-authored with Juliet Williams, Robin Dembroff, and Daniel Wodak ) on the Scientific American website. Click here.

Assistant Professor Stefan Bargheer’s book, Moral Entanglements: Conserving Birds in Britain and Germany, has won the 2019 Book Award for the American Sociological Section on Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity. 

Professor Lynne Zucker has been awarded the 2019 Distinguished Scholar Award from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management. For more information, click here.

Professor Abigail Saguy’s blog-post on gender-neutral pronouns (co-authored with Juliet Williams) was published on the Scientific American website. She was also interviewed for a BBC show on weight-based stigma. For more information, click here

Professor CK Lee’s book, The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2017), has won the inaugural Alice Amsden Book Award of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), for “an outstanding scholarly book that breaks new ground in the study of economic behavior and/or its policy implications with regard to societal, institutional, historical, philosophical, psychological, and ethical factors.”

Professor Marcus Hunter was featured in the e-forum, LA Social Science. For more information, click here.

Professor Jennie Brand’s recent research on the consequences of divorce for children was featured in TIME. For more information, click here

Professor John Heritage was selected to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Uppsala in Sweden. Click here for more info.

Professor CK Lee’s book, The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2017) has won the 2019 Joseph Levenson Prize given by the Association for Asian Studies for the best non-fiction scholarly book on post-1900 China.

Associate Professor Marcus Hunter’s book, Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Life, has won a 2018 Outstanding Academic Titles Award from Choice. For more information, click here. Marcus has also been selected as a finalist for the 2019 PROSE Award for Excellence in Social Sciences by the Association of American Publishers, here.

Professor Karida Brown’s book, Gone Home: Race and Roots through Appalachia, has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 PROSE Award for Excellence in Social Sciences by the Association of American Publishers. For more information, click here.

Professor Edward Walker recently appeared in an article in the Los Angeles Times (here) and on NPR-affiliate KPCC’s nationally-syndicated show, AirTalk with Larry Mantle, (here) on the topic of paid protesters.

Distinguished Professor Roger Waldinger published a new book with former UCLA graduate students Renee Reichl Luthra (PhD 2010) and Thomas Soehl (PhD 2014), titled Origins and Destinations: The Making of the Second Generation  (Russell Sage, 2018); the book was the focus of an article that just appeared in The Nation (available here).

Professor Stefan Timmermans and UCLA Ph.D. Pamela Prickett published an editorial in yesterday’s Los Angeles Times on Los Angeles Country funerals for unclaimed dead, available here.

Assistant Professor Kevan Harris’s book, A Social Revolution: Politics and the Welfare State in Iran (University of California Press, 2017) has recently received two book awards. First, A Social Revolution received the  Middle East Studies Association’s (MESA) 2018 Nikki Keddie Award (here). The book also received the 2018 Middle East Political Economy Book Prize from the Arab Studies Institute (here). The International Institute recently published a news piece on these two book awards, along with quotes from some well-known scholars in the field with their thoughts on the book: available here.

Assistant Professor Jacob Foster (with Erica Cartmill, UCLA Anthropology) received a $2.66 million dollar grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation. The grant will support small exploratory research projects at several institutions; a postdoctoral scholar and administrative staff at UCLA; and annual Summer Institutes that bring together early-career and established scholars for lectures, discussions, workshops, and projects in Diverse Intelligences. Diverse Intelligences is a new transdisciplinary initiative that asks how mind, cognition, and intelligence manifest in systems with radically different forms and foundations. It asks how we might recognize intelligences with bodies, life-ways, or timescales different from our own; how human capacities are shaped by culture, development, interaction, technology, and language; and how work on biological intelligence and artificial intelligence can mutually inform each other, along with the social, ethical, and philosophical implications of creating true artificial intelligence.

Professor Megan Sweeney was featured in an October 2nd discussion of changing U.S. divorce rates on NPR-affiliate KPCC’s “AirTalk” with Larry Mantle. A link to the complete episode can be found here.

Professor Min Zhou was recently featured on UCLA's International Institute website detailing her path to becoming a sociologist of diaspora communities. For more information, click here.

Professor Tanya Stivers was recently elected to serve a 4-year term as President of the International Society for Conversation Analysis. For more information, click here.

Assistant Professor Giovanni Rossi’s study of expressions of gratitude, published in the May 2018 edition of the Royal Society Open Science (linked here), has received considerable attention from the media, with coverage including The New York Times (here), The Guardian (here), The Sydney Morning Herald (here), U.S. News (here), and Nature (here).

Assistant Professor Giovanni Rossi recently received the award for the best dissertation in the field of Conversation Analysis (period 2014-2017) from the International Society for Conversation Analysis (linked here).

Professor CK Lee’s book, The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press 2017; linked here), won the 2018 Africa-Asia Book Prize, given by the International Convention of Asia Scholars.  ICAS is a global network of institutions and scholars from across the social sciences and the humanities in 60 countries, with the primary mission of advancing the study of Asia.

Professor Darnell Hunt was quoted in a New York Times article on diversity in Hollywood. For the full piece, click here.

Assistant Professor Karida Brown published her book, Gone Home: Race and Roots through Appalachia (UNC Press). For more information, click here.

Professor Zsuzsa Berend’s book, The Online World of Surrogacy (Berghahn Books), was reviewed in Contemporary Sociology. For more information, click here.

Professor Zsuzsa Berend’s article “Surrogate non-motherhood: Israeli and US surrogates speak about kinship ad parenthood,” co-authored with Elly Teman, was published in the July 2018 special issue of Anthropology & Medicine. Click here for the full piece.

Terri Anderson was interviewed by NPR affiliate WABE on Atlanta’s hipster culture. To see/hear the full coverage, click here.

Professor Cecilia Menjivar’s article (co-authored with Andrea Gomez Cervantes and William Staples), ““Humane” Immigration Enforcement and Latina Immigrants in the Detention Complex,” was selected to receive the 2017 Feminist Criminology Best Article Award. For more information, click here. 

Professor Stefan Bargheer and Nicholas Wilson co-edited a special issue of the European Journal of Sociology on the “Historical Sociology of Morality.” For more information, click here. 

Professor Marcus Hunter’s edited volume, The New Black Sociologists: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, was published last month. The book includes chapters byProfessor Karida Brown  and graduate student Debanjan Roychoudhury. For more information, click here.

Professor Rogers Brubaker and Professor Marcus Hunter both had publications included among Ethnic and Racial Studies’s most frequently downloaded articles of Volumes 39 & 40. Brubaker’s papers also appeared on the journal’s ‘most frequently cited’ list for these volumes. For more information, click here. 

Professor Karida Brown’s forthcoming book, Gone Home: Race and Roots Through Appalachia (University of North Carolina Press) was reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly. Click here for more information. 

Professor Aliza Luft published a blog post for Mobilizing Ideas on the topic of threat and mobilization. For the full text, click here.

Professor Min Zhou has published “Remittances for Collective Consumption and Social Status Compensation: Variations on Transnational Practices among Chinese International Migrants” (with Xiangyi Li) as the lead article in the Spring 2018 issue of International Migration Review. Click here for more information.

Professor Jennie Brand was appointed as a member of the Technical Review Committee for the National Longitudinal Surveys Program at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). BLS has primary program and budgetary responsibility for the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1979 and 1997 cohorts) as well as the older National Longitudinal Surveys.

2017-2018

Professor Jennie Brand was elected to the Board of the International Sociological Association (ISA), Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28) (term 2018-22).

Professor Jacob Foster has been awarded a grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation to support a pilot run of the "Diverse Intelligences Summer Institute," developed jointly with UCLA Anthropology faculty member Erica Cartmill. The Institute is scheduled to run this summer from July 29 to August 11.

Professors Jennie Brand and Judith Seltzer have been awarded funding from the Luskin Endowment for Thought Leadership for their proposal, “Big Data for Big Social Issues.” The project, developed in collaboration with Professor Patrick Heuveline, will support a conference tentatively scheduled for summer 2019. 

Professor Aliza Luft has been selected by the UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion to receive a 2018-19 Faculty Career Development Award.

Professor CK Lee’s book, The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment (University of Chicago Press, 2017), has won yet another award! This time it is co-winner of the 2018 Book Award from the American Sociological Association’s Sociology of Development Section.

Professor Aliza Luft was elected to the Council of the American Sociological Association’s Theory Section. She will serve a three-year term, beginning August 2018.

Professor Karida Brown and Professor Aliza Luft have each been selected to receive a 2018-19 Hellman Fellows award. The UCLA Hellman Fellows Program was established through the generosity of the Hellman Fellows Fund to help promising assistant professors with their research and creative endeavors.

Professor CK Lee’s book, The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2017), was recently awarded the 2018 Asian Book Award from the American Sociological Association’s (ASA) Asia and Asian American Section. The Specter of Global China also received an honorable mention for the ASA Political Economy and World System Section’s 2018 Distinguished Book Award.

Professor Ruben Hernandez-Leon has been elected to serve as Chair Elect of the American Sociological Association’s International Migration Section. His term as Chair will begin August 2019. 

Professor Ka-Yuet Liu's collaborative project on elective c-section was recently funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The project, titled “Obstetrics Interventions, Neonatal Health, and Child Development,” will receive four years of support from NIH's R01 mechanism.

Professor Ed Walker recently received a research grant from the National Science Foundation to support his project titled “The Movement for Corporate Political Accountability.”

Professor Stefan Bargheer was selected for a Thyssen Fellowship from the Institute for Advanced Study in Budapest, Hungary, to work on his project titled “Culturalism: The Remaking of Race in the American Century.”

Professor Karida Brown was selected for a Fulbright Global Scholar Program grant for her project titled “The Subaltern School | Australia, South Africa, and the United States.”

Professor Vilma Ortiz has won the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award, which is awarded each year by the UCLA Academic Senate Committee on Teaching.

Professor Min Zhou has published a new book titled "Contemporary Chinese Diasporas." For more information on this title, visit this webpage: http://www.springer.com/us/book/9789811055942.

Professor Abigail Saguy was recently awarded three years of funding from the National Science Foundation for her project titled "How difference matters in the development of legal doctrine." The project is collaborative with Juliet Williams, UCLA Professor of Gender Studies and Chair of the Social Science Interdisciplinary Program.

2016-2017

Professor Judith Seltzer has been appointed to the Committee on National Statistics (CNSTAT) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine for a 3-year term, which officially began July 1. The committee seeks to improve the statistical methods and information on which public policy decisions are based.  The committee works to foster better measurement and understanding of a wide range of issues including the economy, public health, immigration, the environment, and crime.  http://newsroom.ucla.edu/dept/faculty/sociologist-judith-seltzer-named-to-committee-on-national-statistics.

Professor Jennie Brand has been elected to the ASA as Chair of the Methodology section 

Professor Abigail Saguy has been elected to the ASA as Chair of the Sex and Gender section and to the Committee on Publications.

Professor Min Zhou has won the Distinguished Career Award from the ASA Section on International Migration.  

Professor Gail Kligman was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Babeș-Bolyai University,  Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Both the “laudatio”  by Professor Marius Lazar of the UBB Sociology Department and her speech will be published this summer in English in Studia Sociologia. While there, Professor Kligman was also interviewed in Romanian by the cultural journal Sinteza.

Professor Karida Brown's dissertation, "Before They Were Diamonds: The Intergenerational Migration of Kentucky's Coal Camp Black's", was selected as the best dissertation by the 2017 ASA Dissertation Award Committee.

Professor Karida Brown is part of a team that just received an $877k, three-year grant from Mellon Foundation. The project, “Building a Model for All Users: Transforming Archive Collections through Community-Driven Archives,” is related to Professor Brown’s on-going work on African American migration from Eastern Kentucky.

Professor Abigail Saguy has won the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award, which is awarded each year by the Academic Senate Committee on Teaching.  In its award notice, the committee noted that “[t]o receive one of only six awards out of a large number of nominees is a testament to your accomplishments as a teacher and the appreciation your students and colleagues have for you.”

Professor Min Zhou has received more praise for her award-winning book (with Professor Jennifer Lee), The Asian American Achievement Paradox.  Their book has won the 2017 Association for Asian American Studies Award for Best Book in the Social Sciences.

Associate Professor Marcus Hunter was elected Vice President of the Association of Black Sociologists.

Professor Jennie Brand has won the Leo Goodman Award from the ASA's Methodology Section. The award is given each year for contributions to sociological methodology and innovative uses of methodology by a scholar who received his/her PhD within the previous 15 years. Professor Brand is the first woman to receive the award. 

Assistant Professor Aliza Luft’s paper, "The Sounds of Silence: Explaining French Bishops’ Support for the Statut des Juifs", has won the 2016 Elise Boulding Best Graduate Student Paper Award from the Peace, War, and Social Conflict Section of ASA.

Assistant Professor Lauren Duquette-Rury's paper, “Migrant Transnational Participation:  How Citizen Inclusion and Government Engagement Matter for Local Democratic Development in Mexico,” has been published in the current issue of ASR.  It can be accessed via this link:  http://asr.sagepub.com/content/early/2016/06/21/0003122416653603.full

2015-2016

Assistant Professor Jeffrey Guhin’s article, “Why Worry About Evolution?  Boundaries, Practices, and Moral Salience in Sunni and Evangelical High Schools,” which was just published in Sociological Theory:  http://stx.sagepub.com/content/34/2/151.short

Assistant Professor Jacob Foster (with his co-authors Peter Evans and Andrey Rzhetsky) is this year’s winner of the Star-Welkin Paper Award given by the ASA section on Science, Knowledge and Technology.  The award recognizes the co-authors’ 2015 article in ASR, “Tradition and Innovation in Scientists’ Research Strategies,” and will be presented this August at ASA in Seattle.

Professor Ruben Hernandez-Leon’s book "Skills of the Unskilled: Work and Mobility among Mexican Migrants” (with Jacqueline Hagan and Jean-Luc Demonsant) has been selected by the ASA section on Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility as the co-winner of the IPM book award for 2016.  

Professor Min Zhou's co-authored book (with Jennifer Lee), The Asian American Achievement Paradox, has won two more ASA section book awards: the 2016 Thomas and Znaniecki Book Award of ASA International Migration Section and the 2016 ASA Asia and Asian American Section Book Award on Asian America. 

Professor Emeritus Ivan Szelenyi received an honorary doctorate from Central European University in June 2016.  He currently lives in Budapest, where he is working full time on research. 

Professor Min Zhou’s most recent book (with Jennifer Lee), The Asian American Paradox (2015), has won the ASA Sociology of Education Section’s Pierre Bourdieu Award for Outstanding Book.

Distinguished Research Professor Michael Mann has received an honorary D.Litt. from University College, Dublin (the National University of Ireland).  This is his third honorary doctorate.

Associate Professor Edward Walker's paper in last fall’s ASR ("No Fracking Way!' Documentary Film, Discursive Opportunity, and Local Opposition against Hydraulic Fracturing in the United States, 2010 to 2013,” with Bogdan Vasi, John Johnson, and Hui Fen Tan, ASR 80(5)) has won two Best Article awards from ASA Sections: (1) the Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements (CBSM) and (2) the Section on Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology (CITAMS). 

Professor Vilma Ortiz has been selected as this year’s Student Development Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Award recipient.  Presented each year by the Academic Senate’s Committee on Diversity and Equal Opportunity (CODEO), the award is a tribute to Professor Ortiz's tremendous efforts over the years to make UCLA a more diverse and inclusive place.  She will formally receive the award in May 2016 during a reception at the Chancellor’s Residence.

Distinguished Research Professor Robert Mare is this year’s winner of the Robert M. Hauser Distinguished Scholar award from the ASA section on Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility. The award will be presented at the IPM reception at the ASA meetings.

Professor John Heritage has been named as the recipient of the ASA’s Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Section's Lifetime Achievement Award for his “distinguished lifetime career contributions to the fields of ethnomethodology and/or conversation analysis." The post to the ASA website can be found here:  http://asa-emca.blogspot.com/2016/03/lifetime-achievement-award-john-heritage.html.

2015

Associate Professor Edward Walker’s book,  Grassroots for Hire:  Public Affairs Consultants in American Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2014), has won the Charles Tilly Award from the ASA Collective Behavior and Social Movements section.

Asssitant Professor Lauren Duquette-Rury has been awarded the UCLA Hellman Fellowship. The UCLA Hellman Fellows Program was established by the Hellman Family Foundation to support and encourage the research of promising Assistant Professors who show capacity for great distinction in their research in the College of Letters and Science and the Professional and Health Science Schools.

Professor Megan Sweeney has been elected chair of the American Sociological Association Famly Section. 

Associate Professor Edward Walker has received the Faculty Fellowship award from the UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy.

Associate Professor Edward Walker has been elected to the council of the ASA section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements.

Distinguished Research Professor Michael Mann has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Professor Judith Seltzer has been appointed to the National Research Counci's Standing Committee on Reengineering Census Operations.

Professor Judith Seltzer has been elected to the prestigious position of President of the Population Association of America. She will begin as President-Elect for 2015 with her presidential term starting in 2016.

2014

Megan Sweeney has been elected to the prestigious Sociological Research Association.

Judith Seltzer has been elected to the prestigious position of President-Elect of the Population Association of America for 2015, and her presidential term will begin in 2016.

Vilma Ortiz received the Distinguished Career Award from the Latina/Latino section of the American Sociological Association

Philip Bonacich received the James  Coleman lifetime achievement award from the Mathematical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association at this year’s annual meeting

Jennie Brand was selected for an Honorable Mention for the William Julius Early Career Award from the Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility section of the American Sociological Association. 

2013

Andreas Wimmer, The Mary Douglas Prize for Best Book Honorable Mention, Sociology of Culture Section [ASA Conference 2013]

Andreas Wimmer, Best Book Award, Peace, War & Social Conflict Section [ASA Conference 2013] 

Andreas Wimmer, Barrington Moore Book Award Honorable Mention, Comparative and Historical and Sociology Section [ASA Conference 2013]

Ruth Milkman, Public Understanding of Sociology Award [ASA Conference 2013]

Mignon Moore, Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Book Award Honorable Mention, Race, Gender and Class Section [ASA Conference 2013]

Michael Mann, Barrington Moore Book Award Co-Winner, Comparative and Historical Sociology Section [ASA Conference 2013]

Suzanne Bianchi, Distinguished Career Award, Sociology of the Family Section [ASA Conference 2013]

Jennie Brand, elected to the ASA Sociology of Education section council, 2013

Gail Kligman, Presidential Medal, Silver Cross of Merit, Republic of Poland, 2013

Michael Mann, Best Book Award of the Global  and Transnational Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association. 2013

Megan SweeneyUCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award, 2013

Jennie Brand, elected to the ASA Sociology of Education section council, 2013

Gail Kligman, Presidential Medal, Silver Cross of Merit, Republic of Poland, 2013

Michael Mann, Best Book Award of the Global  and Transnational Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association. 2013

Megan SweeneyUCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award, 2013

 

2012

Ronald M. AndersenDickson Emeritus Award, 2012

Stefan BargheerTheda Skocpol Dissertation Award from the Comparative and Historical Sociology Section of the ASA, 2012

Jennie Brand, ASA Sociology of Education Section’s James Coleman Award for Best Article Recipient, 2012 

Jennie Brand, Elected Council Member of the ASA Methodology Section, 2012

John HeritageDistinguished Publication Award from the Ethnomethodoology and Conversation Analysis section of the ASA, 2012

Gail Kligman, Honorable Mention for the Barrington Moore Book Award for her co-authored book with Katherine Verdery, Peasants Under Siege, 2012

Gail Kligman, Association for Slavic, East European, and Euroasain Studies (ASEEES) Barbara Jelavich Book Prize, for her co-authored book with Katherine Verdery, Peasants Under Siege, 2012 

Gail Kligman, ASEEES Davis Center Book Prize for her co-authored book with Katherine Verdery, Peasants Under Siege, 2012

Gail Kligman, ASEEES Honorable Mention, Wayne S. Vucinich Book Prize for her co-authored book with Katherine Verdery, Peasants Under Siege, 2012

Gail Kligman, Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS) Heldt Prize for her co-authored book with Katherine Verdery, Peasants Under Siege, 2012

Hannah Landecker, Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies, 2012

Michael Mann, Barrington Moore Book Award of the Comparative Historical Sociology Section, 2012

Mignon Moore, ASA Sex and Gender Section’s Distinguished Book Award Recipient, 2012

Mignon Moore, UCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award, 2012

Mignon Moore, UCLA Undergraduate Mentorship Award, 2012

Abigail SaguyElected Chair of the ASA Body and Embodiment Section, 2012

Melvin Seeman, Dickson Emeritus Exceptional Service Award, 2012

Donald Treiman, Robert M. Hauser Distinguished Career Award by the Poverty, Inequality and Mobility Section of the American Sociological Association, 2012

Donald Treiman, Career achievement's honored at The International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility in Hong Kong, 2012

Roger WaldingerDistinguished Career Award from the International Migration Section of the ASA, 2012

Andreas WimmerElected chair of the Comparative Historical Section of ASA, 2012

Andreas WimmerBest Article Award from the Mathematical Sociology Section of ASA, 2012

Min Zhou, Elected chair of the ASA section on International Migration, 2012

 

2011

Jennie Brand, co-winner best article award from the Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility Section of the ASA for Who Benefits Most from College? Evidence for Negative Selection in Heterogeneous Economic Returns to Higher Education, 2011

Patrick HeuvelineBoard of Directors of the Population Association of America, 2011

Darnell Hunt, UCLA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award, 2011

William Roy, Charles Tilly Award for the best book from the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section of the ASA for Reds, Whites, and Blues, 2011

 

2010

Ruben Hernandez-Leon, Thomas and Znaniecki Award for the best book from the International Migration Section of the ASA for Metropolitan Migrants, 2010

Robert Mare, President, Population Association of America, 2010

Robert MareElected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2010

Mignon Moore, Chair-Elect; Race, Gender & Class Section of the American Sociological Association, 2010-11

Judith Seltzer, Member, National Academies of Science Panel on the Design of the 2010 Census Program of Evaluations and Experiments, 2010

 

2009

Walter Allen, AERA Fellows Award 2009, Distinguished Research Career, American Educational Research Association

Rogers BrubakerElected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2009

Abigail SaguyCenter for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS), Stanford, Fellow 2008-2009

Judith SeltzerChair, ASA Sociology of Family, 2009

Edward TellesBest Book Award from the Pacific Sociological Association, 2009

Edward TellesBest Book Award from the Latino Section of the American Sociological Assocation, 2009

Andreas WimmerSenior Fellow of the United States Institute of Peace (Washington D.C.) 2009/2010

Andreas Wimmer Visiting Professor at the Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2009

Andreas Wimmer Visiting Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Paris 8, 2009