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Thomas J. Sugrue

Professor of History and Sociology

University of Pennsylvania

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University of Pennsylvania

3400 Chestnut St

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19104

United States

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The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing is one of the world's leading schools of nursing. For the second year in a row, it is ranked the #1 nursing school in the world by QS University, and has four graduate programs ranked number one by U.S. News & W...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

NYU


President

Urban History Association


President

Social Science History Association


Affiliations

New York University

Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and History


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Advisory Board Member


American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Fellow


The Origins

American Historian, Professor and Author


Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Board Member


University of Pennsylvania ( Marygrove College

Historian


Philadelphia Inquirer

Historian and Sociologist


Institute for Advanced Study

Member


Sweet Land of Liberty

Urban Historian and Author


Society of American Historians

Elected Member


Bread & Roses Community Fund

Board Co-Chair


National Welfare Rights Organization

Founder


National Teach-In

Member, Steering Committee


Education

BA

history

Columbia University


MA

British History

Cambridge University


Ph.D.

New York University


Ph.D.

American History

Harvard University


additional degrees

British History

Cambridge University


Web References(186 Total References)


PRESS RELEASE: Karen Tani Named 2012 Winner of John Heinz Dissertation Award | National Academy of Social Insurance

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The dissertation was nominated for the award by Thomas Sugrue, Professor of History and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.


United States of America - International Committee of Historical Sciences

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Council Members: Sara Abosch (Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance); Andrew J. Rotter (Colgate University Laura Isabel Serna (University of Southern California); Stephen Aron (UCLA and Autry National Center); Martha C. Howell (Columbia Univ.); Thomas J. Sugrue (University of Pennsylvania); Robert A. Schneider (American Historical Review); Cheryll Ann Cody (Houston Community College-West Loop Campus); Anne F. Hyde (Colorado College); Peter A. Porter Jr. (Montville Township, N.J., High School and Seton Hall University


Community Advocates, Inc.

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"I would warn against seeing all attempts like this as opportunistic or inauthentic," said Thomas J. Sugrue, a professor of history and sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.
"It's a national organization that is trying to increase its national profile." In 1976, the Supreme Court decided that the death penalty did not violate the Constitution, launching a new era of activism. Leading the charge was the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, a separate organization with similar goals, Sugrue said. "There may be folks who have serious issues about gang violence, but I think black public opinion across the board manifests serious questioning of the criminal-justice system and the racial disparities within it," Sugrue said. "Trying to speak to younger activists may be an attempt to show he is not just representative of the upwardly mobile, middle-class African-Americans," Sugrue said. The NAACP has been able to unite diverse communities behind its causes, but divisive issues such as the Williams case make unity a challenge, Sugrue said. "It's a big charge," he said.


The American Academy of Political and Social Science Elects Distinguished Class of 2016 Fellows - The AAPSS

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Thomas J. Sugrue is a social historian whose work has been indispensable in the study of race relations and civil rights in America.
He is an acclaimed author and editor, whose work on the equanimity of American society has informed scholarship and public policy in the United States and abroad. For twenty-four years, he was the David Boies Professor of History and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and founding director of the Penn Social Science and Policy Forum. He is now a professor of social and cultural analysis and history at New York University. Duflo, Heckman, James, Sugrue, and Tetlock will officially join the Academy on the evening of May 12, 2016, in a ceremony in Washington, DC.


Urban History Association - Past Leadership

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2002 - Thomas Sugrue / University of Pennsylvania


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