You can see the list below to get a sense of the courses I typically teach here at K-State, but these don't reflect all of the courses I have taught nor the full range of my teaching and research interests. I am basically an historical and qualitative sociologist, though I am not at all averse to using quantitative methods when the research question asks for them. In general, though, I teach courses around issues of social change and social inequality. Specific subject matters include rural communities, social movements, states, racial inequality, sociology of development, and sociology of agriculture and food. In addition, I have a general interest in social research methodology and social theory. I hope you'll take the time to come by and introduce yourself and share your interests.
Sociology 822, Intro. to Quantitative Methods
Sociology 823, Intermediate Graduate Methods
Sociology 841, Social Stratification
Sociology 901, Racial Inequality
Sociology 520, Social Research Methods
Sociology 541, Wealth, Power, and Privilege
Sociology 211, Introduction to Sociology
Racism, Violence, and the Civil Rights Movement
The Political Economy of Food
If your are taking or interested in taking a course with me at Kansas State University:
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