Kathryn Worley is a seventh year graduate student. Kathryn’s interests include social and political theory; the sociology of knowledge, science, and expertise; inequality and dehumanization related to race, class, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, coloniality and their intersections; culture and media; and bodies.
Kathryn served as co-chair of the sociology graduate student association (SGSA), representative to the departmental Undergraduate Policy Committee, representative to the departmental Communications Committee, and representative to the departmental Graduate Policy Committee.
2003 B.A. Philosophy North Carolina State University
Kathryn’s current research employs ethnography and interviews to explore knowledge and knowledge-legitimating processes within non-scientific settings.
Sociology 110 – Introduction to Sociology
Sociology 241 – Criminology
Sociology 342 – Deviance and Social Order
Sociology 345 – Juvenile Delinquency
Sociology 401 – Sociological Theory
Junior Writing seminars
Sociology 106 – Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity
Sociology 340 – Race Relations