- Why Choose Michigan Sociology?
- Application Procedures
- Degree Requirements
- Areas of Specialization
- Joint Programs & Interdisciplinary Opportunities
- Grants and Fellowships Awarded to Graduate Students
- Recent Graduates and Placements
- Graduate Students on the Job Market
- New Student Information
- Grad Life in Ann Arbor
Below are the 7 areas of specialization our program offers, as well as the faculty who work within each area.
Culture and Knowledge - Anspach, Armstrong, Best, Boutyline, Cech, de Souza Leão, Frye, Gocek, Jansen, Lacy, Livne, Martin, Murphy, Owen-Smith, Steinmetz, Xu, Young, Zubryzcki
Economic Sociology & Organizations - Armstrong, de Souza Leão, Gaston, Krippner, Livne, Mizruchi, Owen-Smith, Stuart Brundage, Xu
Gender & Sexuality - Anspach, Armstrong, Cech, Frye, Gocek, Levitsky, Martin, Sweet, Watkins-Hayes, Zhou
Health & Healthcare - Anderson, Anspach, Best, Burgard, Livne, Morenoff, Owen-Smith, Watkin-Hayes
Power, History, and Social Change - Armstrong, Boutyline, de Souza Leão, Gaston, Gocek, Jansen, Kim, Krippner, Levitsky, Mizruchi, Pedraza, Steinmetz, Stuart Brundage, Sweet, Xu, Zubrzycki
Race, Ethnicity, & Immigration - Bruch, Burgard, Kim, Lacy, Manduca, Morenoff, Murphy, Pedraza, Young
Social Demography - Anderson, Axinn, Bruch, Burgard, Frye, Killewald, Manduca, Morenoff, Smock, Zhou
For a more descriptive list of the department's faculty research clusters go to the Faculty by Fields of Study page.