Course Syllabi

Required Courses (offered once a year)

Classical Sociological Theory ( Böröcz , McLean , Williams , Zerubavel )
Contemporary Sociological Theory ( Cohen , McLean, Salime )
Professional Writing for Sociology / Writing Seminar ( D. Carr , Cerulo , Clarke , Phillips , Roos, Rosenfield , Shepherd , Stein , Williams )
Social Research Methods (Brechin Daipha , Kempner , Lee , MacKendrick , Roos )
Statistical Methods in Sociology I ( Cerulo , Hansell , Hirschfield , Phillips )
Statistical Methods in Sociology II ( Bzostek , D. Carr , Krivo )

Recent Elective Courses

Spring 2017

Comparative/Historical Methods (Böröcz)
Sociology of Health and Illness (Kempner)
Telling Sociological Stories (Stein)

Fall 2016

Catastrophe and Collective Memory (Gerson)
Institutional Transmission of Inequality
 (Shepherd)
Qualitative Methods (Brooks)

Spring 2016

Cognitive Sociology  (Zerubavel)
Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality  (Dinzey-Flores)
Sociology of Gender and Sexuality  (Stein)

Fall 2015

Deviant Behavior and Deviant Cultures  (Cerulo)
Global Structures  (Borocz)
Inequality and Opportunity  (Roos)
Narratives  (Gerson)
Sociology of the Body  (Kempner)

Spring 2015

Gender and Health  (Springer)
Political Sociology  (Brechin)
Qualitative Methods  (P. Carr)
Social Psychology  (D. Carr)
Sociology of Organizations  (Clarke)
Technology and Society  (Daipha)

Fall 2014

Community Inequality  (Dinzey-Flores)
Globalization and Development  (Rudel)
Mortality and Population Health  (Phillips)
Social Network Analysis  (McLean)
Sociology of Culture  (Shepherd)

Spring 2014

Culture, Cognition, and the Media (Cerulo)
Environmental Sociology  (MacKendrick)
Ethnographic Methods  (Daipha)
Postcolonial Engagements  (Brooks)
Public Sociology  (Stein)
Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality  (Krivo)
Sociology of Mental Health and Illness  (Horwitz & Rosenfield)

Fall 2013

Cognitive Sociology  (Zerubavel)
Comparative/Historical Methods  (Böröcz)
Crime and Society  (Hirschfield)
Masculinities  (Springer)
Theorizing Gender  (Gerson)
Youth and Society (Hirschfield)

Spring 2013

Biosocial Experiments  (Springer)
Narratives (Gerson)
Politics of Reproduction (Lee)
Problems of Identity Normals  (Williams)
Public Sociology/Contexts  (Stein)
Qualitative Methods (Brooks)
Race, Crime and Community  (Krivo)
Social Change  (Böröcz)

Fall 2012

Food: Social and Environmental Perspectives  (MacKendrick)
Global Subjectivities: Money, Power, and Protests  (Salime)
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change  (Rudel)
Sociology of Health and Illness  (Kempner)
Sociology of Sexualities  (Stein)
Sociology of the Life Course  (D. Carr)
Space, Place, and Community  (Dinzey-Flores & Friedman)

Spring 2012

Comparative-Historical Methods  (Lee)
Demography and Population Research  (Bzostek)
Power and Coercion  (Hirschfield)
Public Sociology  (Stein)
Sociology of Science  (Daipha)
Time, History, and Memory  (Zerubavel)

Fall 2011

Gender Globalization and Feminist Politics  (Salime)
Social Network Analysis  (McLean)
Sociology of Organizations  (Clarke)
Sociology of the Body  (Kempner)
Visualizing Collective Identities  (Williams)

Spring 2011

Cognitive Sociology  (Zerubavel)
Knowledge at the Intersections  (Cerulo and Hirschfield)
Qualitative Methods   (P. Carr)
Sociology of Mental Health and Illness  (Horwitz and Rosenfield))

Fall 2010

Biology in Sociological Research and Practice  (Springer)
Global Structures, Postcolonial Engagements  (Böröcz & Brooks)
Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality  (Dinzey-Flores)
Social Epistemologies  (Clarke)
Sociology of Gender  (Gerson)
Teaching Practicum (Clarke)

Spring 2010

Comparative and Historical Methods  (McLean)
Introduction to Demography  (D. Carr)
Law, Legitimacy, and Social Control  (P. Carr)
Sociology of Organizations  (Clarke)
Sociological Theories of Power  (Brooks)

Fall 2009

Ethnographic Methods (Daipha & Rodriguez)
Feminist Theory  (Salime)
Globalization and Development  (Rudel)
Sociology of Culture  (Stein)
Sociology of Health and Illness (Kempner)

 

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