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Gail Murphy-Geiss

Associate Professor

My Ph.D. is in Religion and Social Change, and I teach classes in gender, religion, family, law and research design. My dissertation was on family values, and more recent research has been on changing roles for clergy spouses, sexual harassment in the United Methodist Church, and domestic violence court procedures. I have also published on motherhood in Islam, the institutionalization of midwifery, and gender depictions in Sunday School materials. In addition, I am the Title IX Coordinator for the college.

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Curriculum Vitae

Regular Classes

Syllabi 

SO100/SO235 -- Thinking Sociologically & Sociology of Family

SO112 -- Gender Inequality

SO120 -- Contemporary French Society (Field Course)

SO214 -- Sociology of Religion

SO229 -- Sociological Research Design

Courses

  • SO214 – Sociology of Religion

Education

    B.A., Westminster College, PA
    M.Div., Boston University
    Ph.D., University of Denver and Illif School of Theology