Sanford Schram on the faculty in the Political Science Department at Hunter College, CUNY and in the Sociology Department at the CUNY Graduate Center where he teaches in the doctoral program in Political Science. He is also active as a Faculty Associate at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute (which is part of Hunter College).
Schram has written six books and has co-authored, co-edited or been editor of nine others. Two of his books, the solely authored Words of Welfare (Minnesota, 1995) and Disciplining the Poor (Chicago, 2011)--co-authored with Joe Soss and Richard Fording--both received the American Political Science Association’s Michael Harrington Award for books dedicated to promoting social change. Disciplining the Poor has also received multiple other awards including in 2012 the Oliver Cromwell Cox Award from the American Sociological Association for the best book for combating racism. In 2012, Schram received the Charles McCoy Career Achievement Award from the Caucus for a New Political Science. His work has appeared in the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, and other academic journals, as well as The Washington Post and other mass media publications. Schram is currently completing a book with Richard Fording entitled Hard White: Trump and the Alt-Right.
Courses (Fall 2018):
Hunter Office: 1721 HW
Hours: MTh 11:30 am-12:30 pm and by appointment
Graduate Center Office: 5210
Hours: M 3-4 pm
Phone: 610-772-5108 (mobile), 212-772-5682 (office)