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Eun Se Baik

Eun Se Baik

(Sociology)
Ph.D. Date: May 2023 (Expected)
Dissertation Title: Transnational Making and Remaking of Education: Private Supplementary Education in Korea and Korean America
Dissertation Committee: Mary C. Waters (Co-Chair), Mario Luis Small (Co-Chair; Columbia University), Peggy Levitt (Wellesley College), and Paul Y. Chang
Research/Teaching Interests: Race, ethnicity, and immigration; education; Asia and Asian America; transnational processes; qualitative methods... Read more about Eun Se Baik
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Christopher Andrew Bail

(Sociology, May 2011)
Thesis Title: Terrified: Fringe Movements, Emotions, and Islam, 2001-2008
Committee: Michèle Lamont (Chair), Orlando Patterson, Jocelyn Viterna, Mary C. Waters, and William Julius Wilson
Initial Placement: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy, University of Michigan (2011-2013); Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC (2013-2015)
Current Position: Professor of Sociology, Public Policy, and Data Science, Duke University, Durham, NC... Read more about Christopher Andrew Bail

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Patricia Ann Banks

(Sociology, June 2006)
Thesis Title: Art, Identity, and the New Black Middle-Class: How Elite Blacks Construct their Identity Through the Consumption of Visual Art
Committee: Lawrence D. Bobo (chair), Michèle Lamont, and William Julius Wilson
Position: Associate Professor of Sociology, Mount Holyoke College... Read more about Patricia Ann Banks

Stefan Beljean

Stefan Beljean

(Sociology, November 2019)
Thesis Title: The Pressures of Status Reproduction: Upper-Middle-Class Youth and the Transition to Higher Education in Germany and the United States
Committee: Michèle Lamont (Chair), Jason Beckfield, Jal Mehta, and Michael Sauder
Initial Placement: Postdoctoral Fellow, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Berlin, Germany
Current Position: https://www.soz.uni-heidelberg.de/stefan-beljean-eng/
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Jovonne Juanita Bickerstaff

(Sociology, May 2015)
Thesis Title: Together, Close, Resilient: Essays on Emotion Work Among Black Couples
Committee: Orlando Patterson (Chair), Mary C. Brinton, Christopher Winship, and Jason Beckfield
Initial Placement: Postdoctoral ​Associate for the ​​​African American History, Culture and Digital Humanities ​​(AADHum)​ initiative, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland-College Park
Current Position: Senior Program Officer of Higher Education Initiatives, American College of Learned Societies (ACLS), Washington, DC... Read more about Jovonne Juanita Bickerstaff