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Maren Scull, Ph.D.


Instructor
Undergraduate Advisor

 

Office Location: Lawrence Street Center, 420B
Phone: 303-315-2138
Fax: 303-315-2149
 
Fall 2014 Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Or by appointment

 
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Maren Scull’s research and teaching interests include deviance, sexualities, gender, social psychology and qualitative methods. She currently teaches Introduction to Sociology. Sex and Gender, and Introduction to Social Psychology on campus, as well as The Sociology of Human Sexuality online. She also serves as Sociology’s Undergraduate Program Advisor.

 

 

Education & Degrees

Ph.D., Sociology, Indiana University, 2013

M.A., Sociology, Indiana University, 2006

B.A., Sociology and History, University of Denver, 2003

Bio

Originally from Littleton, Colorado I received my BA in sociology and history from the University of Denver in 2003. Although I continue to enjoy topics in history, my current interests in sociology include deviance, sexuality, and social psychology. I also enjoyed teaching Deviant Behavior and Social Control (S320) at Indiana University from 2005-2009 and Introduction to Social Psychology (S2462) at the University of Colorado Denver in the spring of 2010. At present, I am back in Colorado and am working on my dissertation regarding male strippers. In this research, I examine how exotic dancing influences the self-concepts of male strippers and the ways in which they negotiate their identities while being employed in a stigmatizing occupation. Currently, I am teaching Introduction to Sociology (S1001) at the University of Colorado Denver.

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Courses Taught

SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2462: Introduction to Social Psychology 
SOC S320: Deviant Behavior and Social Control

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