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Kent Redding

Associate Professor and Department Chair
Sociology
 (414) 229-6946
 Bolton Hall 714C

Spring Semester Office Hours:

Mondays 1:00-3:00pm, Thursdays 12:30-2:00pm and by appointment

Education

PhD, Univ. of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
BA, University of Michigan

Areas of Specialization

Political Sociology; Comparative/Historical; Social Movements; Race and Ethnic Conflict; Religion

Teaching

Spring 2017
SOCIOL 101-002: Introduction to Sociology
SOCIOL 794-001: The Teaching of Undergraduate Sociology
Fall 2017
SOCIOL 101-002: Introduction to Sociology
SOCIOL 911-001: The Sociology of Institutions

Selected Publications

Redding, K., Barwis, P. J., Summers, N., Leicht, K. T., & Jenkins, J. C. (2010, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Elections and Voting. Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective, 493-518. Spring Science & Business Media LLC.
James, D. R., Redding, K., Janoski, T., Alford, R. R., Hicks, A. M., & Schwartz, M. A. (2005). Theories of Race and State. The Handbook of Political Sociology States, Civil Societies, and Globalization. Cambridge University Press.
Redding, K., James, D. R., Klugman, J., Janoski, T., Alford, R., Hicks, A. M., & Schwartz, M. (2005). The Politics of Racial Policy. The Handbook of Political Sociology: States, Civil Societies, and Globalization. Cambridge University Press.
Redding, K. (2003). Making Race, Making Power: North Carolina’s Road to Disfranchisement. University of Illinois Press.
Redding, K. T., & James, D. R. (2001). Estimating Levels and Modeling Determinants of Black and White Voter Turnout in the South: 1880 to 1912. Historical Methods, 34(4), 141-158.