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For a list of faculty organized by areas of specialty, please see this page.
Kristin Barker, Associate Professor, Sociology of Health and Medicine,
Sociology of Science and Knowledge,
Lisa Broidy, Associate Professor, Crime, Law, and Social Control: Gender, Life-course
Robert A. Fiala, Associate Professor, Comparative Sociology, Education, Institutions
Phillip B. Gonzales, Professor, Race, Political Sociology, Social Movements
Jessica Goodkind, Assistant Professor, Sociology of Health and Medicine, and Race and Ethnicity
Kimberly R. Huyser, Assistant Professor, Sociology of Health & Medicine, "Race" & ethnicity
Robert A. Ibarra, Associate Professor, Education, Race & Ethnicity, Societies and Cultures
Aubrey Jackson, Assistant Professor, Crime, Law, and Social Control, Gender Stratification, Political Sociology, Health
Nancy López, Associate Professor, “Race,” Education, Gender
Christopher Lyons, Associate Professor, Graduate Program Director, Crime, Law, and Social Control; Communities
Sharon Erickson Nepstad, Professor and Chair, Social Movements, Religion, Comparative Sociology
Noah Painter-Davis, Assistant Professor,Crime, Law, and Social Control; Race/Ethnicity; Demography
Wayne Santoro, Assistant Professor, Social Movements, Race
Andrew Schrank, Associate Professor, Comparative Sociology; Political, Economic, Historical Sociology
Brian Soller, Assistant Professor, Crime, Law, and Social Control; Sociology of Health; Social Networks
Susan B. Tiano, Professor and Director of Latin American & Iberian Institute, Gender and globalization, comparative sociology, human trafficking, U.S.‑Mexico border
Harold Toro-Tulla, Visiting Assistant Professor, Economic sociology, social stratification, and inequality
Maria B. Vélez, Assistant Professor, Crime, Law, and Social Control; Race & Ethnicity
Owen Whooley, Assistant Professor, Sociology of Health and Illness, Sociology of Knowledge, Social Movements, Sociology of Mental Health
Richard Wood, Associate Professor, Associate Chair, and Director of Southwest Institute on Religion, Culture, and Society: Religion, Social Movements and Community Organizing, Democratic Theory, United States and Latin America
Emeritus, Retired, and Adjunct Faculty
Tomas Atencio, Lecturer, (Ph.D., New Mexico, 1985)
Beverly H. Burris, Professor, Theory, classical and contemporary; Sociology of Work; Sociology of Higher Education.
Dodd H. Bogart, Associate Professor, (Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1967)
Richard M. Coughlin, Professor, social welfare, comparative/macrosociology, economic sociology.
Pedro David, Professor, (Ph.D., Indiana University) Social psychology, organizations.
Jane C. Hood, Associate Professor, family, gender, qualitative methods, education and juvenile justice.
George A. Huaco, Professor, Marx, General theory, Sociology of Philosophy, Literature, Religion.
Philip A. May, Professor, (Professor of Sociology and Professor of Family and Community Medicine, alcohol abuse, sociology of Native Americans)
Gary D. LaFree, Professor (Ph.D., Indiana-Bloomington, 1979)
Gilbert W. Merkx, Professor (Ph.D., Yale, 1968)
Keiko Nakao, Adjunct Professor (Ph.D., California-Irvine, 1984)
Paul D. Steele, Associate Professor, (Ph.D., Texas-Austin, 1975)
Arthur W. St. George, Associate Professor, (Ph.D., University of California - Davis)
Bert Useem, Professor, (PhD, Brandeis University, 1980)
Nelson Valdes, Professor, (PhD, University of New Mexico)