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Christopher T. Conner

Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Missouri-Columbia

Christopher T. Conner is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Missouri Columbia. He is co-editor of "The Gayborhood from Sexual Liberation to Cosmopolitan Spectacle and Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Social Theorists," published with Lexington Books. His work has also been published in The Sociological Quarterly, Sexualities, Teaching Sociology, and Symbolic Interaction.

Experience

  • 2022–present
    Teaching Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • 2019–2022
    Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • 2018–2019
    Visiting Assistant Professor, Knox College

Education

  • 2015 
    University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Sociology - PhD
  • 2010 
    Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Sociology - MA
  • 2008 
    Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Sociology - BA

Publications

  • 2022
    How Sexual Racism and Other Discriminatory Behaviors are Rationalized in Online Dating Apps, Deviant Behavior
  • 2021
    The Perfect Storm: A Subcultural Analysis of the QAnon Movement, Critical Sociology
  • 2021
    Queer Expectations: An Empirical Critique of Rural LGBT+ Narratives, Sexualities
  • 2021
    The Gayborhood: From Sexual Liberation to Cosmopolitan Spectacle, Lexington Books
  • 2020
    Electronic Dance Music: From Spectacular Subculture to Culture Industry , Young Volume: 28 issue: 5, page(s): 445-464
  • 2019
    The gay gayze: Expressions of inequality on Grindr , The Sociological Quarterly 60 (3), 397-419
  • 2019
    Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Social Theorists, Lexington Books

Grants and Contracts

  • 2022
    QAnon Interview Study
    Role:
    PI
    Funding Source:
    Midwest Sociological Society

Professional Memberships

  • Symbolic Interaction
  • American Sociological Association
  • Society for the Study of Social Problems
  • Midwest Sociological Society

Honours

Patricia Hill Collins Intersectionality Award (Honorable Mention)