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A tenure track position in a well estabilished sociology department, which will allow for adequate time and funding to be directed toward research.
Summary of Achievements
1988 – 1990: Awarded two years of post-graduate study at Oxford University. Pursued the M.Phil in Social Sciences.
Gene Landis Award for Outstanding Teaching
1995 & 1997: Selected by the student body of York College.
1999 – Present
Assistant Professor, Sociology – University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Taught such notable courses as “Intro to Sociology”, “Sociology of Inequality”, and “The McDonaldization of Society”.
1995 – 1998
Lecturer, York College, York, PA
Ph.D, Sociology, 1994
Penn State University, State College, PA
Specialization: Global inequality, sociology of marriage
M.Phil, Social Sciences, 1990
Oxford College, Oxford, UK
B.A. Sociology, Literature 1988
“Building More Prisons: Retribution or Rehabilitation?”, American Journal of Sociology. Worthington Press, June 1995
“Big Mac Nation”, published in The Globalization Reader. Bretton-Woods Press. August, 1997.