Many graduate students are also actively engaged in the Center for the Study of Social Movements. Graduate students present papers in SPAM, actively work to publish social movements related research, engage professionally as editors of Mobilizing Ideas, and are the core of the center's efforts. Below are the graduate students currently involved in the center along with their areas of research interests.
Areas of Interest: Culture, Social Movements, Sociology of Art, Revolutionary Movements, Authoritarian Regimes
Areas of Interest: Sociology of Party Politics, Culture and Social Theory, Social Movements and Digital Activism, Comparative and Historical Methods, Sociology of Knowledge and Expertise, Global and Transnational Sociology.
Areas of interest: Political Sociology, Social Movements, Organizations, State Administration and Policy Process
Areas of Interest: Social Movements, Culture, Religion, Tourism/Pilgrimage
Areas of Interest: Social Movements (protests, allies, leadership), Sociology of Emotions, Power Dynamics, Quantitative Methods, Qualitative Methods
Areas of Interest: Cultural Sociology, Political Sociology, Race and Ethnicity, Sociology of Education
Areas of Interest: Race and Ethnicity, Social Movements, Stratification and Inequality
Areas of Interest: Political Sociology, Organization, Development, Culture, Social Movement
Areas of Interest: Race and Ethnicity, Social Movements, Sociology of Education