David Cook-Martín is Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His work as a political sociologist focuses on understanding migration, race, ethnicity, law, and citizenship in an international field of power. Geographically, his work has focused on the Americas, but also on Southern Europe. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from UCLA, an MA in Sociology from the University of Houston, and B.A. from Wheaton College. Before moving to CU Boulder, David served as professor of sociology and Program Head of New York University Abu Dhabi’s Social Research and Public Policy (SRPP), a faculty member in the sociology department at Grinnell College and as that institution’s Assistant Vice President for Global Education and director of the Institute for Global Engagement. David has been a researcher at the Spanish National Research Council, is a former Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Latin American Sociology (UCLA), and a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow (UC Irvine). He is a member of the Scholars Strategy Network, an organization that disseminates research to improve policy and enhance democracy. In 2017, Culling the Masses, coauthored with David FitzGerald, received the American Sociological Association’s Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award and the 2017 Midwest Sociological Society’s Distinguished Book Award. See Book page for additional information.
Email: david dot cook dash two at colorado dot edu; Twitter: @davidcookmartin