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Kent Redding

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

Fall Semester Office Hours:

Wednesdays 12:30-1:30pm, Thursdays 11:30am-1:00pm 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

Fall 2018
SOCIOL 101-002: Introduction to Sociology
SOCIOL 343-001: Collective Behavior
Summer 2018
SOCIOL 375-001: History of Sociological Theory
Spring 2018
SOCIOL 101-002: Introduction to Sociology
SOCIOL 794-001: The Teaching of Undergraduate Sociology

Selected Publications

Redding, K., Barwis, P. J., & Summers, N. (2010, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Elections and Voting. Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective, 493-518. Spring Science & Business Media LLC.
Redding, K., James, D. R., & Klugman, J. (2005). The Politics of Racial Policy. The Handbook of Political Sociology: States, Civil Societies, and Globalization. Cambridge University Press.
James, D. R., & Redding, K. (2005). Theories of Race and State. 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.