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  1. Work and the 2016 Election: Lessons and Challenges for Sociology

    Arne L. Kalleberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Our Students Need Sociology after the Election

    Julie Pelton, University of Nebraska Omaha.and TRAILS Editor

  3. A Sociological Look at the Role of Religion in the 2016 Election

    Elaine Howard Ecklund, Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences and director of the Religion and Public Life Program, Rice University

    Republican president-elect Donald Trump followed tradition by seeking support from evangelical leaders, including Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University. And exit polls tell us three-fourths of white evangelicals voted for Trump.

  4. A Sociologist’s Reflection the Morning After Election 2016

    Gary T. Marx, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, M.I.T.

    All these tidal gatherings, growth and decay,
    Shining and darkening, are forever
    Renewed; and the whole cycle impenitently Revolves,
    and all the past is future.
    Robinson Jeffers Practical People

    Well not quite, but below are some quick thoughts that I had the morning of November 9, 2016, for European colleagues who wonder how the heck this could have happened (or why I worry a lot, but am not yet moving to Canada).

  5. The 2016 Election and the Vocation of Social Science

    Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota and Co-Editor of The Society Pages

  6. The Real Structural Problem: The Self-Destruction of Capitalism

    Randall Collins, University of Pennsylvania

  7. Election 2016: The View from India

    Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

    On November 10, a colleague from South Africa told me, “I faced racism when I was in the U.S, in the 1980s. After 30 years, these elections are a testimony to the gap between America’s messages to the world and the reality. Can American citizens ever dismantle their systems of apartheid?”

  8. Send Us Your (Diverse) Dissertation Nominations

    This post is by Leslie R. Hinkson, Outgoing Chair, Dissertation Award Committee, and Zulema Valdez, Incoming Chair, Dissertation Award Committee