Professor Howard Taylor has taught at Princeton since 1973. His teaching and research interests include social psychology, small groups, Afro-American studies, sociology of education and research methods. Professor Taylor is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 1998 Du Bois-Johnson-Fraizer Award from the American Sociology Association and the 2000 President's Award for Distinguished Teaching at Princeton. He has recently conducted research on African American leadership and elites, to be summarized in the forthcoming book The Black Elite Network in America. He is also at work on a book entitled Race, Class, and The Bell Curve in America.
Professor Howard Taylor is Professor of Sociology Emeritus from Princeton University .