Teaching

At Swarthmore, I teach on research methods, class, and politics, in various configurations. 

  • SOCI 001 - (Fall 2018) Foundations of Sociology - reading list (for Fall 2018) here, syllabus below.
  • SOCI 016b - (Spring 2019) Introduction to Research Methods in the Social Sciences - which is really essentially "learn how to do your own research" - syllabus from last time I taught below; new syllabus coming soon. (Methods class)
  • SOCI 026b - (Spring 2019) Class Matters: Privilege, Poverty and Power (or something like that) - syllabus from last time below; new syllabus coming soon.
  • SOCI 056 - (Fall 2018) American Democracy & the Midterm Elections - syllabus below.
  • SOCI 1?? - (Fall 2019) Distinction: Class and the Judgment of Taste (Honors seminar) - we'll read Bourdieu's Distinction and work that extends and challenges it. 
  • SOCI 0?6 - (Fall 2019) Data Visualization in the Social Sciences (Methods class) - We'll use existing datasets such as the General Social Survey, World Values Survey, and the American National Election Studies to find answers to student-defined questions, and learn essentials of quantitative social science and making pretty and informative graphics, using the book Data Visualization: A Practical Introduction

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Daniel Laurison,
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Daniel Laurison,
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