Current president of the International Sociological Association, Margaret Abraham, with former president of the ISA, Michael Burawoy.

Current president of the International Sociological Association, Margaret Abraham, with former president of the ISA, Michael Burawoy.

   Margaret with Ina. N.   Cortiñas     of Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, at the Second ISA Forum in Buenos Aires, 2012.

Margaret with Ina. N. Cortiñas of Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, at the Second ISA Forum in Buenos Aires, 2012.

  Margaret Abraham has been teaching at Hofstra University since 1990. Pictured here with some of her students.

Margaret Abraham has been teaching at Hofstra University since 1990. Pictured here with some of her students.

  An action researcher, Margaret at a BRAC community empowerment program in Bangladesh.

An action researcher, Margaret at a BRAC community empowerment program in Bangladesh.

   Talking the talk and walking the walk: Margaret and her partner Pradeep at the Domestic Harmony Foundation walkathon to end violence again women.

Talking the talk and walking the walk: Margaret and her partner Pradeep at the Domestic Harmony Foundation walkathon to end violence again women.

   Interviewing authors Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, on the launch of their book,  Half the Sky . 

Interviewing authors Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, on the launch of their book, Half the Sky

  Presidents of the International Sociological Association Research Committee 32 - Women in Society (World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, 2010). 

Presidents of the International Sociological Association Research Committee 32 - Women in Society (World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, 2010). 

  Colleagues and students of Sociology at Hofstra University.

Colleagues and students of Sociology at Hofstra University.

   Speaking the Unspeakable  is the first book on domestic violence in the US South Asian community. 

Speaking the Unspeakable is the first book on domestic violence in the US South Asian community.