Dr. Stan Weeber
Office: Kaufman Hall 107H
Stan Weeber is Professor of Sociology. He earned his Ph.D in Sociology at the University of North Texas. In 2010, he received a Certificate in Social Justice Studies from the Oxford Roundtable at Oxford University.
His interests in sociology include political sociology, collective behavior, and sociology of technology. His work has appeared in American Sociologist, Sociological Quarterly, the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, the International Review of Modern Sociology, Environment and Social Psychology, the Arkansas Review, and several other journals. Dr. Weeber serves on the editorial board of numerous sociology journals. He teaches Introductory Sociology, Sociological Theory, Social Stratification, U.S. and World Extremism, Collective Behavior and Social Movements, and Science, Technology and Society.
- "Fast and Slow Capitalism after Hurricane Sandy." In L. Eargle and A. Esmail (Eds.) Savage Sand and Surf: The Hurricane Sandy Disaster. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2015.
- "Corruption on the Reservation." Pp. 25-39 in J.I. Ross (Ed.) American Indians at Risk. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2014.
- "Reservations and College Athletics: Identifying and Nurturing Talent." Pp. 503-510 in R. Lawson (Ed.) Encyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today. Santa Barbara: Greenwood, 2013.
- "Occupy Movement." Pp. 508-509 in S. Danver (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Politics of the American West. Los Angeles: CQ Press, 2013.
- "On Managing 'Spoiled Identity': the Escape from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita." Pp. 92-105 in Narrating the Storm: Sociological Stories of Hurricane Katrina. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011.