James Skinner

James Skinner

Education

M.A., Sociology, University of Leeds, UK, 2001

B.A.(Hons), Sociology and Social Anthropology, and English Literature, Keele University, UK, 2000

About me

My research interests are sociological theory, religion, and comparative historical sociology.

Faculty advisor(s)

John Torpey, Bryan Turner, Cynthia Epstein

Teaching

I am currently a Graduate Teaching Fellow at Lehman College where I teach level two and three research methods classes.

I have also taught in the following places:

  • Department of Sociology, Hunter College, NY
  • Department of Justice Studies, Montclair State University, NJ
  • Department of Sociology, Pace University, NY
  • General Education Department, Katherine Gibbs School, NY
  • Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Adelphi University, NY

Courses I have taught are:

  • The Sociology of Art
  • Social Problems
  • Research Methods
  • Development and Modernization
  • Introduction to Sociology

Contact

jskinner(at)gc.cuny.edu

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