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Many institutions and faculty are engaged in pandemic preparedness plans. One aspect not receiving enough attention is what to do if faculty become sick. We are a supportive family in this profession. If you are willing and able to guest-lecture for an ill colleague, please complete the spreadsheet below. A faculty member in need may contact you if necessary. You can remove your name at any time. PhD candidates (past general exams and into the dissertating phase) may volunteer as well.
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NameAreas of expertise/prepped lecture topicsHow to contact (twitter @, email, website -- this is public so whatever you share publicly)Time ZoneLanguages offered (English by default)
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Giovanni PickerUrban Studies, Race and Racism, Ethnography (e.g. Du Bois and the Black US City, Everyday Racism in Europe)@GioPicker Giovanni.Picker@Glasgow.ac.ukGMTItalian, French
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Dan MorrisonMedicalization, social movement theories, qualitative methods@danielrmorrison dan.morrison@acu.edu
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Savannah LarimoreUndergraduate Research Methods, Introductory Statistics, Medical Sociology, Social Determinants of HealthE-mail: savannahlarimore@wustl.edu
CST (United States)
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Rashon Lane disaster sociology, global health, survivorship, social determinants of health rlane@cdc.gov/ rashon.lane@ucsf.eduEST
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Dana GreeneDisaster Sociology, Global Health, Social Inequalities, Race and Ethnicity, Gender, Sociological Methods (qualitative and quantitative; ethnography), Middle East Studies, Judaism and JudaicaEmail: dmgreene@umich.edu
EST (United States)
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Benjamin Drury
Medical sociology, sociology of sport, gender studies, race/ethnicity, research methods, education, and teaching/learning.
bmdrury@uchicago.edu
CST (United States)
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