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Douglas Hartmann

Protrait: Douglas Hartmann

Professor
Ph.D. 1997 Ph.D. University of California, San Diego
Room 835 Social Sciences
Phone: 612-624-0835
Email: hartm021@umn.edu
Website: http://thesocietypages.org/doug-hartmann/

Curriculum Vitae

American Mosaic Project (AMP)

Interest Areas

Race and Ethnicity; Sociology of Culture; Sport Studies; Social Movements and Social Change; American Society; Field Methods; Contemporary Theory.

Current Research

Midnight Basketball; Sport and Social Intervention; Race, Religion, and Diversity (The American Mosaic Project); The Society Pages.org.

Selected Publications

“Politics and Sports: Strange and Secret Bedfellows,” with Kyle Green. 2014. Pp. 87-102 in The Social Side of Politics, edited by Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen. New York: Norton.

“Beyond the Sporting Boundary: The Racial Significance of Sport through Midnight Basketball.” 2012. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35 (6): 1-18

The Contexts Reader, Second Edition with Christopher Uggen. 2011. New York: Norton Press / American Sociological Association.

Sport and Development: An Overview, Critique, and Reconstruction,” with Christina Kwauk. 2011. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 35(3): 284-305.

How Americans Understand Racial and Religious Difference: A Test of Parallel Items from a National Survey,” with Dan Winchester, Penny Edgell, and Joe Gerteis. 2011. The Sociological Quarterly 52(3): 232-345.

“Race-Based Critical Theory and the ‘Happy Talk’ of Diversity in America,” with Joyce Bell. 2011. ¬†Pp. 259-277 in Illuminating Social Life: Classical and Contemporary Theory Revisited, edited by Peter Kivisto. Sage.

"An Empirical Assessment of Whiteness Theory: Hidden from How Many?," with Joseph Gerteis and Paul Croll. 2009. Social Problems 56(3):403-424.