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Ph.D. African American Studies and Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
ProfileJune 2013: Mary Barr Named Fellow at Harvards DuBois Institute-Yale graduate Dr. Mary Barr, Lecturer at Clemson University, has been named a Summer Institute Fellow on African-American Struggles for Freedom and Civil Rights at Harvard University’s Du Bois Institute. - See more at: http://sociology.yale.edu/news/mary-barr-named-fellow-harvards-du-bois-institute#sthash.a76E3Mz2.dpuf
The civil rights movement, educational inequalities, community studies, qualitative methodologies (historical and ethnographic), race and ethnicity, and African American studies.
April 2014-- Review of "Hungry for Health: A Journey Through Cleveland's Food Desert," The Sociological Cinema, an online teaching resource (see link below).
September 2014--“Friends Disappear: The Battle for Racial Equality in Evanston” The University of Chicago Press. Chicago. To preorder see link below.
October 2013--“Temporary Visitor: Reevaluating my Undergraduate Service Learning Experience Tutoring at a California Juvenile Probation Camp” The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology 5(2) (Refereed). To access a pdf copy see link below.