An Interview with James W. Marquart, Author of Unthinkable: Who Kills Their Grandmother

Short Bio: James Marquart resides in Frisco, Texas with his treasured wife, Kimberly. They enjoy traveling, spending time with beautiful grandchildren, while relishing each other’s company, along with their sassy pup Abbey. James graduated with a BA in Law Enforcement from Western Illinois University, an MA in Sociology from Kansas State University, and Ph.D. In … Read more

Interview with Associate Professor, Anil D’Souza – School of Business and Management, CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

How has your experience been working in academia, and what challenges have you faced in your career? A career in academia can be fulfilling when one is truthfully interested in developing students for occupational readiness. I find teaching and learning a spiritually healing experience if approached from this perspective. My journey into Academia after 2 … Read more

Interview with Professor Ernesto Castañeda: Meet the Professor

Bio: Ernesto Castañeda is the Director of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, Founding Director of the Immigration Lab, and Graduate Program Director of the MA in Sociology, Research, and Practice. He conducts research on migration, urban issues, health disparities, marginalized populations, and social movements. He compares immigrant integration and ethnic political mobilization … Read more

Interview with Dr. Christina Jackson: Insights into Sociology, Activism, and the Journey Ahead

Short Bio: Dr. Christina Jackson, an Associate Professor of Sociology at Stockton University, specializes in urban sociology, social welfare, and inequality from sociological and public health perspectives. Beyond academia, she’s an engaged scholar-activist, facilitating and consulting with community partners and creative groups on topics like anti-violence, gentrification, housing, food justice, and racial justice. She’s co-authored … Read more

Exploring ‘Harvest’: An In-Depth Interview with Professor Emeritus Richard Scharine

Short Bio: Richard Scharine was born in the back room of a Wisconsin farmhouse, went to a one room grade school, and rode a school bus 52 miles to high school. He is currently a professor emeritus in the University of Utah theatre department, where his honors include University Professor, University Diversity Award, and College … Read more