Dana Moss is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame. She received her PhD in Sociology from the University of California, Irvine. Her research and teaching focus on collective resistance against repression, authoritarianism, revolutions, transnational activism, diasporas, immigrants, and the Middle Eastern region. Her current book project, The Arab Spring Abroad, investigates how and to what extent anti-regime diaspora activists in the US and Great Britain mobilized to support the 2011 uprisings in Libya, Syria, and Yemen. Her next book project will examine how and why members of military institutions resist participating in state-sanctioned violence. To date, her work has been published in venues such as the American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Social Problems, Mobilization: An International Journal, Comparative Migration Studies, the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, Globalizations, and Political Geography. She comes to the University of Notre Dame from the University of Pittsburgh (2016-20), where she was awarded the 2020 David and Tina Bellet Excellence in Teaching Award.
Research Interests: Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Global and Transnational Sociology, International Migration, Qualitative and Comparative Methods, Political Sociology
Subfields: Comparative / Historical Sociology, Social Movements / Political Sociology, Sociology of Migration