Brian Connor is a Ph.D. candidate. He is interested in sociological theory, cultural sociology, and political sociology. His dissertation uses the history of women's suffrage in the US to create a sociological theory of democracy based on the philosophy of Jacques Rancière. From 2008-2010, he was a Visiting Fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.
|Ph.D.||Sociology||University of Massachusetts—Amherst|
|2007||M.A.||Sociology||University of Massachusetts—Amherst|
|2003||B.A.||Sociology & Political Science||Tulane University|
Connor, Brian T. "From Analogy to Metanarrative: Meanings of 9/11 in Civil Society." Cultural Sociology. 6(1): 3-25. 2012
Baiocchi, Gianpaolo and Brian T. Connor. "The Ethnos in the Polis: Political Ethnography as a mode of Inquiry." Sociology Compass 2(1): 139-55. 2008
Brian has taught courses in Cultural Sociology, Sociological Theory, and Social Problems, among others.