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Denise Bullock, Ph.D.

Chair of Sociology, Anthropology, and Geography
Associate Professor of Sociology
268 Tom Raper Hall
(765) 973-8618


Current Teaching Interest

Denise regularly teaches a range of courses including: Social Theory, Society and the Individual, Gender Inequality, Queer Identities and Communities, Deviant Behavior and Social Control, Religion and Society, Senior Capstone, and Qualitative Research.

Current Research Interest

Theoretically, Denise is a symbolic interactionist and a postmodernist. Her primary research areas of emphasis are Sexualities; Identity, Social Inequality; Social Control and Deviance. Her current research focuses on gender and sexual identity transitions as well as continued research on early pornography.

Recent Publications

Recent Presentations


Selected Fellowships and Honors