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Information about teaching from period B, starting September 30

The Department of Sociology will gradually move to more campus based teaching from period B. This means that some courses or parts of courses will be on campus while others will be taught digitally via zoom. It is therefore very important that you as a student keep yourself updated on what applies to your particular course. Please keep yourself updated at each course page in Athena.

Vacancy: 2 researchers in sociology or demography (temporary employment)

We are looking for researchers to contribute to the European Research Council (ERC) funded project: A Better Life for the Children of Exile: Intergenerational Adaptation of the Descendants of Refugees, which aims to understand the inequalities that are faced by the children and grandchildren of refugees, and the factors that determine these inequalities.

Siddartha Aradhya. Foto: Stockholms universitet

Language barriers do not explain why immigrants have higher mortality from COVID-19

Language barriers or lack of institutional awareness do not explain why immigrants in Sweden have a higher mortality from COVID-19. These are the conclusions of a new population-based study from Stockholm University that analyzed intermarried couples--immigrants partnered with Swedes.

Sven Drefahl. Foto: L Zoubir/Stockholms universitet

Sven Drefahl appointed Senior Lecturer in Demography

SUDA congratulates Sven Drefahl for his appointment as Senior Lecturer in Demography at Stockholm University.

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Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students

This information is for international students who have been admitted for studies commencing in autumn 2020. 

Vacancy: 2 researchers in sociology or demography (temporary employment)

We are looking for researchers to contribute to the European Research Council (ERC) funded project: A Better Life for the Children of Exile: Intergenerational Adaptation of the Descendants of Refugees, which aims to understand the inequalities that are faced by the children and grandchildren of refugees, and the factors that determine these inequalities.