Winthrop University: CAS Faculty Profile - Haubert, Jeannie

Name:  Jeannie Haubert
Title:  Chair, Department of Sociology, Criminology, & Anthropology; Professor of Sociology
Education:  Ph.D., Tulane University
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Furman University
Office:  320 Kinard Hall   
Phone:  803/323-4293
Area(s):  Social Inequality, Immigration, Racial and Ethnic Relations


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Dr. Jeannie Haubert is Professor and Chair of Sociology, Criminology, and Anthropology at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina.  Dr. Haubert graduated cum laude from Furman University before going on to Tulane University for her M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology. She studies racial inequalities, housing discrimination, urban revitalization, sociology of disasters, and immigration and has published a variety of book chapters and journal articles on these subjects.  Her regular courses include, Principles of Sociology, Racial and Ethnic Relations, Social Inequalities, Research Methods II: Qualitative Research, Senior Seminar. She also occasionally teaches service learning and special topics courses.  Her most widely read article is, "Explaining Pro-Immigrant Sentiment in the
US: Class, Cosmopolitanism, and Perceptions of Immigrants" published in International Migration Review.  Dr. Haubert is also the sole editor of "Rethinking Disaster Recovery: A Hurricane Katrina Retrospective" published by Lexington Books. 

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