Family studies and gender-related issues, immigration, ethnicity and social change Dr. Das brings a comparative perspective to her teaching.
Genocide politics, mass media, sports
Immigration, Race & Ethnicity
Methods and social policy
Social theory, social stratification, political sociology, war & peace, globalization
War and peace, social movements, complex organizations
Social class and mobility, urban sociology, global sociology, westernization and the history of sociology
Gender studies, women & work, qualitative research methods, & the sociology of disabilty
Cultural Anthropology, Class and Inequalities, New England, Global Economic Restructuring, Community Transitions, Racism and Whiteness, Populism
Collective action and social movements, Immigration policy, Youth civic engagement, Public sociology and participatory action research; and experiential pedagogies (i.e. internships, service-learning).
Environmental sociology, participatory communications, public sociology
Susan contributes to/integrates service learning in her courses, giving students real life and work skills.
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