Cameron T. Herman (Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Michigan State University)
Dr. Cameron Herman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology. His research focuses on understanding the ways marginalized groups experience and navigate inequality in urban environments. He recently published work on Black artists’ response to gentrification in Houston and residents’ extra-political activism to neoliberal governance. He obtained his Ph.D. in Sociology at Michigan State University in 2017. His graduate research focused Black youths’ perceptions of, and experiences in, a municipal recreation facility in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Herman teaches courses in the Department of Sociology and the African and African American Studies Interdisciplinary Unit.
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity; Sociology of Sport; Hip Hop Culture and Society; and Introduction to African American Studies.
Teaching & Research Interests
Race, Ethnicity, and Racism; Social inequality; community and urban sociology; youth culture; qualitative methods; Black popular culture.
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