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David Reznik Senior Professorial Lecturer Sociology

David Reznik’s scholarship is at the nexus of contemporary social theory, ethnographic research methods, intersectional identity politics, and 21st-century popular culture/mass media. He has published a book and several peer-reviewed journal articles on a variety of topics, including American Jewish racialization in U.S. cinema, White working-class masculinity in courtroom trials, utopian visions among independent filmmakers, and globalization's impacts on medicine. He recently completed a manuscript relating Jodi Dean’s theorizing of comradeship to Luca Guadagnino’s 2020 television series, We Are Who We Are, and he is currently working on a project about the representational scapegoats of insufficient intersectionality within identity-related activism today.
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Spring 2024

  • SOCY-215 Critical Social Thought

  • SOCY-412 Social Theory

  • SOCY-452 Popular Culture

Fall 2024

  • CORE-105 Complex Problems Seminar: True Crime Media and Society

  • SOCY-358 Topics in Sociology