Nathan is a senior lecturer at Georgia Southern University who is completing his PhD at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He writes about teaching sociology on his blog SociologySource.org.

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Stephanie Medley-Rath is an assistant professor of sociology at Indiana University Kokomo. Her research interests include the sociology of autobiography, cognitive sociology, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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David is a lecturer at The University of Auckland who teaches in the Disciplinary Area of Sociology. His research is on ethnic minority success in education and youth violence pervention.

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Bridget Diamond-Welch

Bridget Diamond-Welch is an assistant professor of Criminal Justice at the University of South Dakota. She has two major areas of research. Her first is social psychological research on emotions and identity. Her second area of research is on interpersonal violence issues such as domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Ami Stearns is an assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Her research interests are gender and crime, incarceration experiences, and criminological theory.

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Mediha Din is a sociology instructor at El Camino College. She specializes in pedagogy and student success strategies with research interests in educational inequality. She is a recipient of the California Community College Board of Governors Hayward Award for Excellence in Education as well the El Camino College Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award.

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Sarah Nell is assistant professor of sociology at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She specializes in teaching Intro to Sociology and training graduate students in teaching. Her areas of interest include social inequality, symbolic interaction, identity, and sociology of work.

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April Schueths

April Schueths is an associate professor at Georgia Southern University. Her research focuses on how race and gender intersect with family, immigration policy, and education.

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Sarah Ford

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Kim Cochran-Kiesewetter is an associate professor of sociology at Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst, NC. She has a background in applied sociology with research interests in racial stratification and intersectionality.

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Amanda Fehlbaum

Amanda Fehlbaum is an assistant professor in the Sociology, Anthropology, and Gerontology department at Youngstown State University. She specializes in gender, sex education, body and embodiment, and qualitative methods.

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Beverly Yuen Thompson

Beverly Yuen Thompson is an Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology at Siena College. Her research focuses on subcultures, deviance, and the body.

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John Kincaid

John Kincaid is an Assistant Professor in the department of Sociology, Gerontology and Gender Studies at Cal State Stanislaus. His research is on right-wing movements and right-wing politics in the United States.

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Jesse Weiss

Jesse is a Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies and Director of First Year Experiences at the University of the Ozarks. He is a two-time recipient of the Bagwell Award for Outstanding Faculty. His areas of interest include qualitative research methods, the social construction of nature, gender, and popular culture.

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Justin Berg

Justin Allen Berg is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Dakota. His research interests focus on race relations and subjective health.

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Andrea Hunt

Andrea Hunt is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of North Alabama. She is a public sociologist with research interests in inequality, family, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

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Jennifer Morrison

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Kris Macomber

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Daniel Núñez

Daniel Núñez is a researcher in the Global and Territorial Dynamics Research and Projection Institute at the Universidad Rafael Landívar in Guatemala. He is broadly interested in power, culture and violence in Latin America. He has carried out research on vigilante justice, street-gang violence, conflict resolution mechanisms in indigenous communities, and political parties. He earned his PhD from the Department of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh in 2015.

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Jeannette Wade

Jeannette Wade is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the area of Child and Family Development at the University of Akron. She is completing her PhD in Sociology at the same university. Jeannette’s research and teaching interests include health, social inequalities and emerging adulthood.

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