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Mitchell Duneier is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of California at Santa Barbara. His first book, received the 1994 Distinguished Publication Award from the American Sociological Association.

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Mitchell Duneier is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of California at Santa Barbara. His first book, received the 1994 Distinguished Publication Award from the American Sociological Association.

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Mitchell Duneier ... transformed his class at Princeton University into a free online course. Mitchell Duneier is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of California at Santa Barbara. His first book, received the 1994 Distinguished Publication Award from the American Sociological Association.

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Mitchell Duneier is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of California at Santa Barbara. His first book, received the 1994 Distinguished Publication Award from the American Sociological Association.

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The course "Introduction to Sociology" by Professor Mitchell Duneier from Princeton University, will be offered free of charge to everyone on the Coursera platform. Sign up at At the Valois "See Your Food" cafeteria on Chicago's South Side, black and white men gather over cups of coffee and steam-table food. Mitchell Duneier, a sociologist, spent four years at the Valois writing this moving profile of the black men who congregate at "Slim's Table." Praised as "a marvelous study of those who should not be forgotten" by the Wall Street Journal, Slim's Table helps demolish the narrow sociological picture of black men and simple media-reinforced stereotypes. In between is a "respectable" citizenry, too often ignored and little undDocumentary film by Mitchell Duneier and Barry Alexander Brown.

"It has been a decade and a half since a streetcorner book vendor and intellectual named Hakim Hasan introduced Mitchell Duneier to the people he came to write about in the book Sidewalk (1999). Now Duneier has collaborated with director Barry Alexander Brown and photographer Ovie Carter to provide a visual presentation that begins where the book ended. It updates the stories of Ron, Mudrick, Ishmael, Butterroll, and other unhoused v endors on Sixth Avenue in Greenwich Village, showing what happened as they struggled in the wake of new economic and political realities, including those associated with September 11, 2001."One of these groups is the people who work on Sixth Avenue in New York City. In his ethnography, Sidewalk, sociologist Mitchell Duneier provides a detailed and descriptive account