James Marshall

Professor Emeritus

Department of Sociology
College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Education

Ph.D., University of Colorado

Research/Areas of Interest

Prof. Marshall’s interests include Theory/Social Thought, Social Psychology, Education, and Qualitative Methodology.

He has presented numerous papers on a variety of theoretical perspectives, most recently Bourdieu and Foucault. He participates in the Humanist Sociological Association and his most recent research is on theoretical perspectives applied in the college classroom and on dominant/counter-culture conflict.