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Fall 2015

Scott Hall 316

Office Hours: Tuesday 10am to 3pm or by appointment

Douglas Hartmann PhD

612/624-0835
Sociology . 835 Soc Sci 267 19th Ave S

Specialties

  • Race
  • Ethnicity and Immigration
  • Sociology of Culture
  • Sport Studies
  • Social Movements
  • American Society
  • Field Methods
  • Contemporary Theory
  • Public Engagement

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. : Sociology, University of California, San Diego , San Diego, CA, 1997.
  • C.Phil / MA : Sociology, University of California, San Diego , San Diego, CA, 1994.
  • M.A.: Social Sciences, University of Chicago, Chicago, 1990.
  • A.B. : History, University of Chicago, Chicago, 1989.

Publications

Research Activities

  • Kids Involvement and Diversity Study (KIDS)
  • Sport & Social Intervention (midnight basketball book, forthcoming)
  • The American Mosaic Project
  • The Society Pages

Awards

  • Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) Award for outstanding, peer-reviewed online resource, 2013

Courses Taught

  • Soc 1001 - Introduction of Sociology
  • Soc 1011V : Honors: Introduction to Sociology
  • Soc 3211W - American Race Relations
  • Soc 3801 - Sociological Research Methods
  • Soc 4451 - Modern Sport: Its Power & Paradoxes
  • Soc 4966W - Major-Project Seminar
  • Soc 4977V - Senior Honors Preseminar I
  • Soc 4978V - Senior Honors Preseminar II
  • Soc 8001 - Sociology as a Profession
  • Soc 8090 - Topics: Contemporary Theory and Practice
  • Soc 8090 - Topics: Contexts Workshop
  • Soc 8090 - Topics: Sociology and It's Publics
  • Soc 8090 - Topics: Great Books
  • Soc 8290 - Topics: Race and Religion in America
  • Soc 8211 - Race Relations Theory
  • Soc 8801 - Sociological Research Methods
  • Soc 8890 - Advanced Research Methods: Ethnography
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