Department of Sociology
The Department of Sociology at the University of Oregon has an unbroken line of descent dating back to when formal courses in sociology were first taught at the University in 1894. Our primary strengths are in gender, political & economic sociology, and the sociology of the environment. Each year more than 3,000 students enroll in approximately 86 courses offered by the Department of Sociology. The department has about 50 Ph.D. students and 575 undergraduate majors. Read more about us…
It’s Back: Minor in Sociology!
You asked, and we responded – the sociology minor has returned! To find out more about the major and minor requirements, click here. When you’re ready to sign up, visit our online form. Questions? Check in with an advisor or at the main office!
Sociology Snippets Newsletter
Every two weeks Professor Pascoe distributes an electronic newsletter called Sociology Snippets. You may view past issues here on our website. Sociology majors will also receive the newsletter via Canvas email.
The final colloquium of Spring term will be Monday, May 23rd. Professor Jeff Sallaz from the University of Arizona will present “Your Paper Has Been Outsourced: How Publishers Sweat Labor to Produce Science.”
The presentation will be held from 12-1 PM in 714 PLC. Light refreshments will be provided.
Join Professor Ellen Scott and other sociologists and anthropologists at the Working Futures symposium on May 27th. Full details available at the CSWS website or in the image below.