College Fellow Application Deadline Extended

February 13, 2017

Social Studies is now accepting applications for for a College Fellow in Social Studies. The College Fellow will teach in Social Studies 10 and offer a one-semester junior tutorial. We are especially interested in College Fellows who can teach tutorials on Africa, Asia, Europe (migration and/or multiculturalism) or Education in the United States.

The application deadline is now March 3rd, 2017

PT Lecturer Application Deadline Extended

January 30, 2017

Social Studies is now accepting applications for part-time lecturers on Social Studies 10, a year-long sophomore social theory course, and also semester-long junior tutorials (Social Studies 98), seminars which immerse students in focused studies of social science or historical topics and which provide instruction in research methods. We are particularly looking for lecturers who can teach junior tutorials on Europe (particularly migration and/or multiculturalism) or the United States (particularly education… Read more about PT Lecturer Application Deadline Extended

Junior Tutorial Class Lists

January 24, 2017


The current junior tutorial class lists are available here.

Please note that you must attend the first tutorial meeting to guarantee your spot in the tutorial.

If you would like a spot on a tutorial waiting list or would like to change tutorials, please email Anya Bassett, the Faculty Head of Junior Tutorials. Please do NOT email the individual tutorial leader, as only Dr. Bassett may… Read more about Junior Tutorial Class Lists

We're on Instagram!

We're on Instagram!

October 22, 2015

The Committee on Degrees in Social Studies has recently created an Instagram account. Follow us to see pictures of events, receptions, and daily Social Studies happenings. 

Matthew Desmond Named 2015 MacArthur Fellow

Matthew Desmond Named 2015 MacArthur Fellow

September 29, 2015

Matthew Desmond, Associate Professor of Sociology and Social Studies, is one of 24 winners of this year's "genius grant" from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. You can read more about Desmond's work and the MacArthur Fellows Program here.