The minor in sociology requires five courses, one of which must be at the 300 level.
January 9, 2016
The fact that Little Sally is raising issues of gender equality and sexism in popular media suggests that Santa better watch out. The times might be changing. By Mia Cambi '16
January 5, 2016
Today we might guess that photographs of two men holding hands and sitting on each others' laps would indicate they were gay. But not so in the 19th century. Why did the expression of male affection change? By Megan Barnes '18
January 4, 2016
Why are ruins so evocative? What can they tell us about who we were then and who we are now? By Rachel Iafolla '18
January 4, 2016
The virtual extermination of the American Bison was an environmental disaster. But the backstory is even worse. By Andrew Esancy '17
August 8, 2015
Views on gun permits are similar, across political parties by Abigail Wing '18
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January 29, 2016
...equipped marginalized people in India with digital cameras so they could express how they see the world...
January 8, 2016
Henry Meyer ’94 believes in a more cerebral approach to policing, influenced by his time at Wheaton and by his liberal arts education.
September 18, 2015
When Hannah Dalglish ’16 was considering summer internships, her sociology professors encouraged her to seek an experience abroad. She took the advice to heart.
May 17, 2015
With only three days notice on March 28, 2014, North Adams Regional Hospital closed its doors leaving 37,000 residents without access to emergency care and 530 employees without work. By Peter Dassati '15 See the Documentary
February 14, 2015
Sociology professor Javier Trevino publishes a new book: Investigating Social Problems.
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