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Faculty

Full-time Faculty
Paul Joseph, Chair, Professor
Sociology of war and peace; political sociology; globalization
Freeden Blume Oeur, Associate Professor (on leave)
Gender and masculinity, education, youth, sociological and feminist theory, black politics
Felipe Dias, Assistant Professor
Social stratification; comparative race and gender inequality; labor markets; quantitative and experimental methods; immigration; Latin America
Anjuli Fahlberg, Assistant Professor
Social movements; violence and conflict; urban poverty and politics; Latin America; participatory action research
Daanika Gordon, Assistant Professor
Race and ethnicity; criminology and law; urban sociology; inequality; research methods
Helen Marrow, Associate Professor
Immigration; race and ethnic relations; social inequalities and social policies; health; qualitative research methods
Caleb Scoville, Assistant Professor
Environmental sociology, science and technology studies, culture, political sociology, economic sociology, law and society, social and political theory, qualitative and computational methods
Sarah Sobieraj, Professor
Media; political culture; extreme incivility; identity-based attacks online; public discourse; gender; social movements
Rosemary C.R. Taylor, Associate Professor
Comparative historical study of disease and health policy; political sociology; sociology of science and technology; qualitative methods in action
Natasha Warikoo, Professor
Education, race, ethnicity, immigration, Asian Americans, culture, inequality, qualitative methods
Jill Weinberg, Assistant Professor
Crime, law, deviance; sports; the body; research methods

Part Time Faculty/Lecturers
Adrian Cruz
Immigration, Race, and American Society
Jon Dzitko
Families and Intimate Relationships
Brett Nava-Coulter
Sex and Gender in Society; Sociology of Violence

Emeritus Faculty
Paula Aymer, Associate Professor
Race and ethnic relations; family; religion; immigration
John E. Conklin, Professor
Criminology; sociology of law; crime and media
Susan A. Ostrander, Professor
Civic and political engagement; social activism and community organizing; social inequalities (class, gender, race, immigration); nonprofit organizations; social justice philanthropy and foundations; qualitative research methods; community-based research

Faculty to Remember
James G. Ennis, Associate Professor
Social networks; sociological theory; research methods; art and science; social movements