Works by UCI faculty span the social sciences

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Check out our faculty bookshelf, podcasts and videos for Q&As, podcasts, and features about our established experts.









Rethinking body image

Sabrina Strings, sociology, weighs in on Nike's "Trained: Body and Mind" Podcast

Sabrina Strings


UCI Podcast: Global Indigeneity

Tiara Na'puti, UCI global and international studies assistant professor, discusses her work with Indigenous populations in the Pacific Islands

Tiara Na'puti


Joy and Pain: A Story of Black Life and Liberation in Five Albums

Damien Sojoyner, anthropology, discusses his new book, Joy and Pain, on the New Books Network podcast with host Reighan Gillam

Damien Sojoyner


UCI Podcast: Is a recession coming?

Economist Eric Swanson explains that there's nothing yet to fear ... at least for now

Eric Swanson


The human cost of South Korea's era of transnational adoption

Eleana Kim, anthropology, weighs in via for the Melbourne Asia Review

Eleana Kim


Podcast: What does it mean to be a good citizen in the United States?

Sara Goodman, poli sci, explains on The Fulcrum

Sara Goodman





UCI Experts On: Social movements

UCI sociologist Edwin Amenta shares his latest work analyzing more than a century of digitized news to highlight how journalists reported on hundreds of causes, and the consequences of their coverage

Experts on: The downstate

UCI cognitive scientist and sleep expert Sara Mednick breaks down upstate and downstate biological rhythms and activities that improve health and well-being



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