Paniagua Guzman, Antonio
paniagu9@uwm.edu414-229-4388 (soc dept)Bolton Hall 722,

Paniagua Guzman, Antonio

Doctoral Student & TA-Lecturer
Sociology

Fall Semester Office Hours:

Wednesdays 10:00am -12:00pm and by appointment

2019-20 Assignment:

Instructor for SOCIOL 325-001, Social Change

Education:

MS, Sociology, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
BA, Communication, Universidad Iberoamericana

Areas of Interest:

Sociology of Culture; Sociology of Literature; Social Stratification; Race and Ethnic Relations; Urban Sociology; Qualitative Methods; Ethnography

Selected Presentations:

2019. “Color-based Economic Inequality in Mexico.” Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York City, NY

2019. “The Effects of Culture and Economic Prosperity on Mexicans’ Attitudes towards Central and South American Migration.” Annual Meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York City, NY

2019. “Art, Bohemia, and Economic Growth: An Analysis of the Post-Great Recession Midwestern Economic Recovery.” Annual Meetings of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, CA.

2019. “The City as a Poetic Object: Analyzing Five Decades of Poetic Representation of Urban Space in a Midwestern City.” Annual Meetings of the Chicago Ethnography Conference, Chicago, IL.

2018. “Hate Crime and Minority Population: An Analysis of Economic Threat.” Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Orlando, FL.

2017. “Ethnicity and Poetry: A Systems Theory Approach to Contemporary African American and Mexican American Poetry.” Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Austin, TX.