Professor of Sociology
Albert and Vera List Academic Center
Terry Williams is a Professor of Sociology at the New School for Social Research. He specializes in teenage life and culture, drug abuse, crews and gangs, and violence and urban social policy. He is the author of The Con Men: Hustling in New York City (Columbia, 2015); Harlem Supers: The Social Life of a Community in Transition (2015); Crackhouse: Notes from the End of the Line (1993); and The Cocaine Kids: The Inside Story of a Teenage Drug Ring (1989); and is the founder and director of the Harlem Writers Crew Project, a multimedia approach to urban education for center city and rural youths.
Concentrations: Race; drug culture; urban life; poverty.
PhD 1978, City University of New York
Sex and the city; urban drug culture; violence and crime.
Ethnographic Field Methods
Living Book:Research to Manusc
Race in America
Independent Study (Open Campus)