Sociology--Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Arlene Kaplan Daniels, sociology professor, was born on December 10th 1930 in New York, New York, the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Rathstein) Daniels. As a child, she moved to California where her parents retained their professions as shopkeepers. Daniels attended the University of California at Berkeley, where she took a B.A. degree with honors in English (1952), an M.A. in Sociology (1954) and a Ph.D. in Sociology (1960). On June 9th, 1956, she married Richard Rene Daniels, an area...
Abstract The papers of Frederic L. DuBow (instructor in sociology and criminal justice) include material in eight archival boxes, spanning the years 1963-1987. They are organized in four groups: biographical information; notes from several undergraduate courses DuBow took at Oberlin College; papers written by his students at Northwestern University; and material relating to his dissertation, "Justice for People: Law and Politics in the Lower Courts of Tanzania." Dissertation material comprises the bulk...
Abstract The papers of Mabel A. Elliott (sociologist, criminologist and penologist) consist of correspondence, teaching files, research materials, speeches, and publications. There is also one folder of biographical material and one of material relating to her education.
Abstract Raymond W. Mack began his career at Northwestern as an assistant professor of sociology in 1953, and became a full professor in 1962. He was the founding director of Northwestern's Center for Urban Affairs from 1968-1971. He left teaching to become Vice President and Dean of Faculties, then Provost. In 1987 Mack returned to teaching and research, which he continued until his retirement in 1992. Mack wrote numerous articles and reviews for professional journals, especially on topics relating to...
Abstract Charles C. Moskos taught sociology at Northwestern University from 1966-2007. His interests were military sociology, national service, and Greek American studies. His Papers include correspondence, research files, teaching files, reports, and publications, with the majority dated after 1969.
Dates: 1917 - 2009; Other: Majority of material found within 1969 - 2007; Other: Date acquired: 04/11/2010
Abstract Ernest R. Mowrer, a sociologist, joined the faculty of NU in 1928, where he remained until his retirement in 1963. During his career he developed a scientific method for role theory in studying the interaction of members of a family and deviant behavior.The Ernest R. Mowrer papers fill twelve boxes (one of which, a dropfront, contains maps and graphs drawn for use in his book, Disorganization: Personal and Social). The papers are arranged in six subseries:...
Abstract The Harriet R. Mowrer papers fill two boxes and are arranged in seven subseries: correspondence, teaching files, case records, research files, professional organization files, speeches and papers, and publications. These are preceded by two folders of biographical materials including vitae, entries for biographical works, and clippings. These papers relate primarily to her professional activities; there is little personal material here. The correspondence deals primarily with Mowrer's...
Abstract Sociologist, educator, and university dean and vice president, James P. Pitts (1944- ) received his B.A. in Political Science and M.A., and Ph.D. in Sociology from Northwestern University. His papers fill 7 boxes, and span the years 1961 to 2013. Composed of newspaper clippings, press releases, curricula vitae, correspondences, and published work, the papers contain Pitts' writings, awards, and a scrapbook and jersey from his time at Northwestern.
Abstract Jack Nusan Porter received his doctorate in sociology from Northwestern University in 1971. His dissertation, "Student Protest, University Decision-Making, and the Technocratic Society: The Case of ROTC," was a study of student opposition to Northwestern's Reserve Officer Training Corps from 1968 to 1970. Porter's teaching and research interests included sociology, psychology, and Jewish studies. He was most active in the sociological study of Jewry, of genocide, and of the effects of the Nazi...