Department of Sociology
1810 Chicago Avenue
Evanston, IL 60208-1330
1812 Chicago Avenue, Room 303
Phone: (847) 491-7488
Office Hours: MW 1:30 to 2:30 PM
Areas of Interest
Race and Ethnicity
Quantitative Research Methods
Lincoln Quillian received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1997 and formerly was on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin. His interests are in social stratification, urban sociology, race and ethnicity, and quantitative methods. His past work includes studies of migration patterns among neighborhoods that contribute to poverty concentration, racial attitudes, and segregation in social networks.
His current work focuses on the causes and consequences of residential race and income segregation in American cities.
Professor Quillian directs the Applied Quantitative Methods Workshop:
SOCIOL 576: Applied Quantitative Methods Workshop
SOCIOL 303: Analysis of Social Data and Interpretation
SOCIOL 325: Sociology of Inequality Syllabus
SOCIOL 401: Statistical Analysis of Social Data: Regression Analysis I Syllabus
SOCIOL 476: Statistical Methods for Hierarchical/Panel Data Syllabus
SOCIOL 476: Urban Sociology and Urban Problems Syllabus
Segregation and Poverty Concentration: The Role of Three Segregations
American Sociological Review 77(3): 354-379, 2012
Estimating Risk: Stereotype Amplification and the Perceived Risk of Criminal Victimization
With Devah Pager; Social Psychology Quarterly (ASA), 2010
Can Social Capital Explain Persistent Racial Poverty Gaps?
With Rozlyn Redd, Eds. Ann Chih Lin, David R. Harris; Russell Sage, 2008
Walking the Talk? What Employers Say Versus What They Do
With Devah Pager; American Sociological Review, 2005
Migration Patterns and the Growth of High-Poverty Neighborhoods, 1970-1990
American Journal of Sociology, 1999
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