Professor Pyong Gap Min has published a new book titled Korean “Comfort Women”: Military Brothels, Brutality, and the Redress Movement. According to the publisher Rutgers University Press: Arguably the most brutal crime committed by the Japanese military during the Asia-Pacific
Sociology at Queens College
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Sociology is the study of societies, social behavior, and social life. It studies the dynamics that govern people’s relationships with each other. Our discipline is an academic foundation of several applied disciplines, including education, social work, criminology, business administration, marketing, human resources management, culture studies, media studies, religion studies, race studies, gender studies, public health, and much more.
In advance of the 200th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence—which began in 1821—QC’s Hellenic American Project (HAP) has mounted the virtual exhibition Ode to the Greek Light and Landscape: Works by Dimitris Diamantopoulos. The show juxtaposes 21 paintings that Diamantopoulos created