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Renée M. Gralewicz

Title

Associate Professor

Educational Background

  • Undergraduate:
    UW – Milwaukee, BA in Human Communication and Behavior, minor in Sociology
     
  • Graduate:
    Jackson State University, MA Sociology
    Washington State University, PhD Anthropology

Areas of Expertise

  • Cultural and medical anthropology

Membership

  • American Anthropology Association
  • Central States Anthropology Association

Other Interests

  • Health care access, migrant workers, immigrants, American Indians

Courses Taught


ANTHROPOLOGY COURSES TAUGHT
Introduction to Anthropology (ANT 100)
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANT 104)
Women in Cross-Cultural Perspectives (ANT 250)
Indians of North America (ANT 314)
Anthropology of Religion (ANT 343)
Peoples of the World
World Civilizations
Gender in Muslim Communities

SOCIOLOGY COURSES TAUGHT
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101)
Contemporary Social Problems  (SOC 130)
Marriage and the Family (SOC 220)
Crime and Criminal Justice System (SOC 231)
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (SOC 234)
Introduction to World Population (SOC 270)

INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES TAUGHT
American Indian Studies Introduction (AIS 101)
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (taught with History professor)
Women in Cross Cultural Perspective (taught with Psychology of Gender)
Social Aspects of Sport (taught with Physical Education/Athletic Director)