Department of Sociology
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Lutz Kaelber is co-editor of the book Child Murder and “Special Children’s Wards” in Nazi Europe: Commemoration and Historical Research (Hamburg 2011; table of contents). His most recent articles are “Commemoration of NS-‘Children’s Euthanasia’: A Case Study” (forthcoming in Gedenkstätten Rundbrief) and "Virtual Traumascapes: The Commemoration of Nazi 'Children's Euthanasia' Online and On Site" (Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media no. 4, 2010: 13-44).
Moustapha Diouf has a chapter entitled "Navigating Through the Complex Web of Identity Politics: Confronting Race in Academia." Pp. 185-198 in The Black Professoriat: Negotiating a Habitable Space in the Academy, edited by Sandra Jackson & Richard Greggory Johnson III. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
Nikki Khanna's publication of "Passing as Black: Racial Identity Work among Biracial Americans" has generated a lot of media curiosity. It has been discussed in Time Magazine, on NPR , and other media outlets.
Dan Krymkowski and Beth Mintz have a new article out entitled "College as an Investment: The Role of Graduation Rates in Changing Occupational Inequality by Race, Ethnicity, and Gender" in Race and Social Problems.
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