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About William T. Armaline

Dr. William Armaline is the founding Director of the Human Rights Program and an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences [SISS] at San José State University. His formal training spans sociology, education, and human rights. As an interdisciplinary scholar and public intellectual, Dr. Armaline’s interests, applied work, and scholarly publications address social problems as they relate to political economy, environmental sustainability, racism and anti-racist action, critical pedagogy and transformative education, inequality and youth, mass incarceration, and drug policy reform.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, San Jose State University Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae




Courses

  • JS 201, Justice and Social Theory
  • JS 212, Local and Global Perspectives on Human Rights
  • JS 179, Human Rights Practicum and Seminar
  • JS 25, Introduction to Human Rights and Justice
  • JS 132, Race, Gender, Inequality, and the Law
  • JS 171, Human Rights and Justice: An Interdisciplinary Exploration
  • JS 111, Special Topics: Introduction to Human Rights
  • JS 122, Drugs and Society
  • JS 189, Senior Seminar in Justice Studies
  • JS 184, Independent Readings/Study in Justice Studies: Anti Terrorism from Multiple Perspectives
  • JS 181, Senior Internship in Justice Studies
  • JS 206, Graduate Seminar on Juvenile Justice
  • JS 120, Juvenile Justice
  • JS 101, Critical Issues and Ideas in Justice

Education

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2007 PhD, University of Connecticut ‐ Sociology
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2002 MA, University of Connecticut ‐ Sociology
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1999 BA, University of Toledo ‐ Sociology
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Contact Information

william.armaline@sjsu.edu

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Articles (10)

Books (4)

Forthcoming Articles, Book Chapters, and Manuscripts (1)

Published Workshops, Policy Reports, and Mainstream Media Publications (6)

Contribution to Books (9)