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
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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