Faculty

Undergraduate Chair and Assistant Professor

(613) 533-6568

thomas.abrams@queensu.ca

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D421

 

Research Areas: Disability Studies; Sociological Theory; Social Inequality; Sociology of Health and Illness; Sociology of the Body

 

Research Areas: Criminology; Young Offenders

 

Research Areas: Science & Technology Studies (reproductive technologies, genetic engineering, human anatomy and manufacture); Feminist Social Thought; Visual Culture

Assistant Professor

 

Research Areas: Gender; Sexuality; Race and Ethnicity; Islam; Middle East and North Africa; Social Movements; Political Sociology; Qualitative Methods and Methodologies

Professor and Department Head

(613) 533-6000 ext. 74494

handm@queensu.ca

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D529

 

Research Areas: Digital Culture: visuality, temporalities, memory, ethnography; Consumption: theory and practice, mundane technologies; Cultural Sociology: cultural institutions, material culture

Assistant Professor

 

Research Areas: Muslim women; Sexuality and gender; Globalization; Inequality; South Asia

 

Research Areas: Sociology of law; Sociology of professions; Work and occupations; Life course research; Quantitative and mixed methods

Associate Professor

(613) 533-6000, ext.74449

norma.mollers@queensu.ca

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D531

 

Research Areas: Science and Technology Studies; AI; algorithms; data infrastructures; technology and inequality; techno-nationalism; digital geopolitics; digital colonialism

Associate Professor

(613) 533-2167

nicole.myers@queensu.ca

Macintosh-Corry Hall, D524

 

Research Areas: Bail and pre-trial detention; Supervision and conditions of release; Court processing and sentencing; Punishment and social control; Criminal justice policy

Assistant Professor

(613) 533-6000 ext. 74492

as192@queensu.ca

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D525

 

Research Areas: Legal authorities use of surveillance technologies; Public perceptions of surveillance in society; Evidence-based policing, Evidence-based crime policy; Experimental criminology 

Graduate Coordinator and Associate Professor

 

Research Areas: Applied Criminology; Policy and Program Evaluation; Canadian and American Policing; Open-air drug markets; Opportunity theories of crime; Quantitative Data Analysis