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Student Employee, Sociology
Tour Guide, VIS
Undergraduate, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
BioClass of 2025
B.A. Candidate, Urban Studies
Minor Candidate, Data Science and Chinese (East Asian Studies)
Hometown: San Carlos, Calif.
Editor-in-Chief, Stanford Yearbook
Class Representative, Social Life Accelerator Task Force
Alumni Relations Director, Stanford Band
Alessandra Rister Portinari Maranca
Master of Arts Student in Sociology, admitted Spring 2022
Student Employee, Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis Operations
CDA (Course Development Assistant), Freshman and Sophomore Programs (FSP)
Student Employee, Mathematics
BioResearch Assistant in the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Rosenberg Lab member, Stanford Women in Mathematics Mentoring board and member of Data and Mapping for Society. International student from Brazil, class of 2024.
Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor, Emeritus
BioDoug McAdam is The Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor of Sociology at Stanford University and the former Director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. He is the author or co-author of 18 books and some 85 other publications in the area of political sociology, with a special emphasis on race in the U.S., American politics, and the study of social movements and “contentious politics.” Among his best known works are Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, 1930-1970, a new edition of which was published in 1999 (University of Chicago Press), Freedom Summer (1988, Oxford University Press), which was awarded the 1990 C. Wright Mills Award as well as being a finalist for the American Sociological Association’s best book prize for 1991 and Dynamics of Contention (2001, Cambridge University Press) with Sid Tarrow and Charles Tilly. He is also the author of the 2012 book, A Theory of Fields (Oxford University Press), with Neil Fligstein and a book due out this summer on the historical origins of the deep political and economic divisions that characterize the contemporary U.S. The book, from Oxford University Press, is entitled: The Origins of Our Fractured Society: Racial Politics and Social Movements in Post-War America (with Karina Kloos). He was elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2003.