Grace B. Yukich

Grace B. Yukich

Associate Professor of Sociology

BA, University of Alabama; MA, Indiana Univ.; PhD, New York University

Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology
College of Arts & Sciences 1  325

(203) 582-6434

GT 385Senior Capstone (SO 385)   -   Fall 2016
GT 385Senior Capstone (SO 385)   -   Spring 2017
SO 225(UC) Social Problems   -   Fall 2016
SO 317Religion and Society   -   Spring 2017
SO 385Senior Capstone (GT 385)   -   Fall 2016
SO 385Senior Capstone (GT 385)   -   Spring 2017


Professor Yukich's research, writing, and teaching focus on immigration, religion, social movements, and race & ethnicity. Her first book, One Family Under God: Immigration Politics and Progressive Religion in America (2013, Oxford University Press), is an ethnographic study of how immigration is changing the relationship between religion and politics in the United States, especially migration from Latin America. She is currently working on a project (with QU undergraduates) using an audit experiment to examine labor market discrimination against Arab American Muslims in the U.S. She was recently named a Young Scholar in American Religion by the Center for the Study of Religion & American Culture. From 2010-2011, she was the Religion & Public Life Fellow at Princeton University's Center for the Study of Religion.

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