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​Meet Our Faculty

​Like any sociology department, ours introduces undergraduates to the fundamental concepts of the discipline (the sociohistorical construction of identity and inequality, research methods, and theory) in addition to an array of topical courses that apply to contemporary issues such as race, gender, immigration, crime, globalization, homelessness, education, and the family. What we offer over many research-oriented universities and colleges is a combination of faculty trained in some of the top doctoral programs in the country and a deep commitment on the part of our faculty to undergraduate education and social change. We are scholars, but we are also teachers and active citizens of the wider communities we inhabit.

​Location:

Howley Hall

Chair:

Dr. Maureen Outlaw
118 Howley Hall
Phone: 401-865-2523
E-mail: moutlaw@providence.edu

Departmental Contact:

Marcia Battle, Secretary
119 Howley Hall
Phone: 401-865-2125
E-mail: mbattle@providence.edu
Fax: 401-865-2232

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About Providence College's Catholic and Dominican Identity