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About Daniel Williams, PhD

Daniel Williams is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, and affiliate faculty in Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity and Women's Studies. Professor Williams' work examines constructions of race, ethnicity and nation from a comparative and intersectional perspective, with a focus on contemporary Germany/Europe and the U.S., as well as the African Diaspora. Specifically, he examines immigration policy, racial categorization, and media representations as key sites of the construction of difference. He teaches courses on immigration and citizenship (in both the US and Europe), race and ethnicity, cities and neighborhoods, as well as the department's research methods course.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Sociology, St. Catherine University Sociology Department
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2019 - Present Board Member, Higher Education Consoritum for Urban Affairs, St. Catherine University
2018 - Present Member, Welcoming the Dear Neighbor Working Group on Race Inequality and Housing, St. Catherine University
2019 - 2020 Chair, School Curriculum Committee, School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences, St. Catherine University
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Education

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2012 PhD, University of Maryland-College Park ‐ Ph.D., Sociology
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Contact Information

Phone: 651-690-6708

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