Department of Sociology

Faculty

Anne Baird Anne Baird
Professor
Wheeler Hall, Room 225
Ext. 2803, 2624
abaird@morehouse.edu
Faculty Web Page: http://www.morehouse.edu/facstaff/abaird/
Educational Background: Ph.D., Emory University
   
  Ann Borden
Visiting Assistant Professor
Wheeler Hall, Room 205
404-222-2579
aborden@morehouse.edu
Educational Background: Ph.D. Emory University; M.A. University of New Hampshire; B.A. Rhodes College
Areas of Expertise: Sociology of Culture; Religion; Organizations; Social Problems
   
  Cynthia M. Hewitt
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Emory University
   
Michael Hodge Michael Hodge
Chair and Associate Professor
mhodge@morehouse.edu
Faculty Web Page: http://www.morehouse.edu/facstaff/mhodge/
Educational Background: Ph. D., University of Florida
   
  Mark King
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University
   
Terry Mills Terry L. Mills
Professor
Wheeler Hall, Room 201
Phone: (404) 681-2800, ext. 7795
tmills@morehouse.edu
Educational Background: Ph.D., Sociology Univ.of Southern California (1996); M.A., Sociology Univ. of Southern California (1995); M.A., Behavioral Science California State University (1992); B.S., Strategic Planning California State University (1991); B.A., Political Science Long Island University (1974).
Areas of Expertise: Sociology of Aging: Intergenerational Relationship, Theories of Aging. Organizational Sociology: Work and Social Change, Organizational Structures.
   
Ida Mukenge Ida Rousseau Mukenge
Professor
Wheeler Hall
Phone: (404) 614-8570
imukenge@morehouse.edu
Educational Background: Ph.D., M.A. Sociology, University of California, Berkeley; M.A., Education, University of California, Berkeley; B.A. French and Speech, University of California, Berkeley
Areas of Expertise: Sociocultural Factors and Health in the International African Diaspora. Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in the African Diaspora. Sociological Theory. Sociology of the Family.
Recent Publications: "Children in French-Speaking African Immigrant Families: Assessing Health Disparities, Cultural Resources, and Health Services,‰ with T. Mukenge. Challenge 11(2):80-107, 2004.; Zones of Conflict in Africa: Theories and Cases, with G. Kieh (eds). Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002.; Candomblé and African Identities in Bahia: Unity and Diversity through the Ages, with T. Mukenge. In Mario Beatty (ed), History of Africa and the Diaspora (AFR 201). Acton, Massachusetts: Tapestry Press, 2001.

 

Part-time Faculty
T. L. Mukenge, Professor
Ph.D., McGill University

Travis Patton, Adjunct Professor
M.A., University of Oklahoma