Department of Sociology
Improving Human Well-Being by Investigating Social Inequalities
A Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter and Against Anti-Blackness
SDSU’s College of Arts and Letters stands in solidarity with our Black communities. We denounce racism in any form and violence against Black people, and we stand firm in our belief that Black lives matter.
As a community of university faculty and staff, it is our duty to actively support and advocate for solutions to systemic racism across our nation, the world, and our campus. Read the full statement.
News and Events
The Makers Assemble: The Volunteer Phenomenon of PPE Makers
The Department of Sociology welcomes Marybeth C. Stalp (University of Northern Iowa)
on September 29. She will discuss how volunteers came together to create personal
protective equipment (PPE) for those in need during the COVID-19 panedemic. Everyone
is welcome! Learn more about this event.
Sociology Annual Lecture Series
Join us for this year's lecture, Loss in the City: Anti-Blackness and Racial Capitalism in the Nation’s Capital, on October 13 at 2 pm. The lecture will be given by Tanya Golash-Boza, founder
of the Racism, Capitalism, and the Law (RCL) Lab and a professor of sociology at the
University of California, Merced.
Center for Community Research and Engagement
The CCRE promotes community-based projects through applied research in order to explore ways to improve well-being.
Surf/Skate Studies Collaborative (SSSC)
The collaborative includes new courses for SDSU students, a biennial conference, a new international journal, and a variety of community outreach projects.
The department publishes Mobilization: An International Quarterly, a leading research journal in social movements and protest.
Alpha Kappa Delta
Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) is an internationally recognized honor society that is open to all students.
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