Harry W. Murray
Professor and Chair
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Teaching and Research Areas: Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Crime and Justice, Deviance, Sociology of Religion, Homelessness, Social Movements, Social Research Methods, Non-Violence. The Catholic Worker Movement, Homes for the Friendless, Social Construction of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
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R. Otieno Kisiara
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Teaching and Research Areas: Cultural Anthropology, Peoples and Cultures of Africa, Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, Anthropological Approaches to Political Economy, Ethnobotany, Agrarian Transformations in Africa, Labor and Contracts, Ethnicity.
Kimberly J. McGann
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Education: Ph.D. Sociology, SUNY @ Buffalo, 2007; M.A. Sociology, Rutgers University, 1999; B.A. Sociology, Skidmore College, 1996
Teaching and Research Areas: Race & Ethnicity, Sociology of Mass Media & Popular Culture, Marriage & Families, Introduction to Sociology, Social Classes, Research Methods, Social Problems. Social Construction of the News; Interpersonal Relationships & Technology (e.g., effects of Facebook, Match.com, YouTube, etc.); Hurricane Katrina; Stratification; Race & Ethnicity; Social Construction of Symbolic Boundaries; and Cognitive Sociology.
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Learn More about Yamuna Sangarasivam
Teaching and Research Areas: Cultural Anthropology; Physical Anthropology and Archaeology; Nationalism, Terrorism and Resistance; Women, Peace and Political Mobilization; Social Conflict; Anthropology of Dance; Anthropology of Religion in South Asia; Constructions of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality; South Asian Diaspora; Tamil Nationalist Movements in North-East Sri Lanka; Non-violent Direct Action, Peace Witnessing and Christian Peacemaker Teams.
Madeline Gates Slowik (Lynn)
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Education: Ph.D. Sociology, University of Illinois, 1974; M.A. Sociology, University of Illinois, 1971; B.A. Sociology, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1969
Teaching and Research Areas: Environmental Sociology, Social Research Methods, Social Theory, Introduction to Sociology, Globalization or Environmental Concern; Local Environmental Groups.