Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

10-29-2017

Abstract

“When I went to college at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, I became interested in sociology because it addressed issues of family and class dynamics and the issues that low-income working-class families struggle with. I avoided the racial element of it at first because my family and I had always been targeted as being among the few people of color in that community, and there is a kind of shame involved with that.”

This is how Dr. Angie Beeman explains how she came to be a sociologist. A native of Somerset, Pennsylvania, she went on to obtain a doctorate at the University of Connecticut and is now an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences at Baruch College/CUNY.

 
 

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