Gauchat2014_smallGordon Gauchat

Assistant Professor

Office:  Bolton Hall, Room 742
Phone: 414/229-2236
Vita (pdf)

Fall Office Hours (Sep. 2–Dec. 11, 2014): Mondays 1:00–2:30 and by appointment
Winter Break Office Hours (Dec. 12, 2014 - Jan. 25, 2015): By appointment

Ph.D., Sociology, University of Connecticut
M.A., Sociology, University of Connecticut
B.A., Sociology and Economics, University of Connecticut

Areas of Specialization:

Social Inequality; Science and Technology; Urban Sociology; Global and Transnational Sociology; Methodology; Theory

Teaching Schedule

Spring 2015
Sociol 304-001: Political Sociology
Sociol 760-401: Advanced Statistical Methods in Sociology
Fall 2014
Sociol 375-202: History of Sociological Theory (pdf)
Summer 2014
Sociol 375-201: History of Sociological Theory (pdf)
Spring 2014
Sociol 760-401: Advanced Statistical Methods in Sociology (pdf)
Fall 2013
Sociol 101-001: Introduction to Sociology (pdf)

Selected Publications:

Gordon Gauchat, Maura Kelly, and Michael Wallace. “Occupational Gender Segregation, Globalization, and Gender Earnings Inequality in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Gender and Society 26: 718-747 (2012).

Gordon Gauchat. "The Politicization of Science in the Public Sphere: A Study of Public Trust in Science in the US., 1974-2010." American Sociological Review 77:167-187 (2012).

Gordon Gauchat. "The Cultural Authority of Science: Public Trust and Acceptance of Organized Science." Public Understanding of Science 20:751-770 (2011).

Gordon Gauchat, Michael Wallace, Casey Borch, and Travis Lowe. 2011. “The Military Metropolis: Defense Dependence in US Metropolitan Areas.” City and Community 10: 25-48 (2011).

Gordon Gauchat. “A Test of Three Theories of Anti-Science.” Sociological Focus 41:337-358 (2008).