Michele Dillon, professor of sociology, has written a new textbook, “Introduction to Sociological Theory: Theorists, Concepts, and their Applicability to the Twenty-First Century.
The University of New Hampshire has launched a new graduate program in sustainable politics and policy that allows any graduate student to gain a specialization and certificate in the discipline. The new program started accepting students in January 2010.
When The Beatles captured the attention of American youth when they arrived in New York on Feb. 7, 1964, they became the unofficial messengers for Mod style outside Great Britain. In her new book, Christine Feldman, a visiting professor of communication at the University of New Hampshire, chronicles this important youth culture movement that has its roots in the years following World War II and continues today.
For the first time in more than 200 years, the population of New Hampshire exceeds that of Maine. Data released today by the Census Bureau estimates the population of New Hampshire at 1,324,575 as of July 1, 2009, compared to 1,318,301 in Maine. The last time New Hampshire’s population exceeded that of Maine was in 1800 when Maine had 152,000 residents and New Hampshire had 184,000.