Edward Telles, Ph.D.Professor of Sociology, Princeton University. Immigration, race and ethnic relations, social demography and urban sociology.
József Böröcz, Ph. D. 1992, The Johns Hopkins University. Associate Professor of Sociology, Rutgers University; and Senior Scholarly Advisor, Institute for Political Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest. Global structures, geopolitical economy of borders and flows, regionalism, and the European Union as a global actor.
Miguel Centeno, Ph.D. 1990, Yale University. Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University. Social change, historical sociology, sociology of war, and contemporary Latin America.
Denia Garcia, B.A. Sociology and Psychology (Northwestern University). Denia's interests include race/ethnicity, culture and non-profit and ethnic organizations. Her previous research was a qualitative study of status differentiation among youth in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Before starting her graduate studies at Princeton, Denia worked at a non-profit legal assistance agency in Chicago
Amaney Jamal, Ph.D. 2002, University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Political Science, Princeton University. Political development, Middle East
Atul Kohli, Ph.D. 1981, University of California, Berkeley. Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Princeton University. Comparative political economy, with a focus on the developing countries.
Douglas S. Massey, Ph. D. 1978, Princeton University. Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University. International migration, Latin American culture and society, Mexico-U.S. migration, U.S. racial stratification.
Alejandro Portes, Ph.D. 1970, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Director of the Center for Migration and Development and Professor of Sociology, Princeton University. Economic sociology, international development, comparative urbanization.
Deborah Yashar, Ph.D. 1992, University of California-Berkeley. Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University. Comparative politics, Latin America, democracy, development, ethnic politics, and social movements.