Yale sociologist Daniel Karell investigates how online behavior generates real-world harm and has explored the rise of radicalism in the U.S. and Afghanistan.
Yuichi Kitamura is an expert on econometrics who has introduced new methods that have changed how scholars approach the most fundamental problems in the field.
Julia Adams’ ground-breaking scholarship has shown how familial structures transformed early modern European state-building, colonialism, and empire.
An acclaimed expert on the application of probability and statistics, Chang is also known at Yale for his leadership in statistical and quantitative education.
Yale sociologist Emily Erikson’s latest book explores how companies and politics reshaped economic thought in the 17th century to privilege national prosperity.
Philip S. Gorski has been appointed the Frederick and Laura Goff Professor of Sociology and Professor of Religious Studies, effective immediately.
A generous expert and dedicated mentor, Maureen Long is an observational seismologist whose research illuminates processes deep beneath the Earth’s surface.