Angela M. Barlow
302 Turner Street NE
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Virginia Tech. August 2009 to present.
Doctoral Candidate, Sociology
Areas of interest: Gender/Sexuality, Sociology of Crime and Deviance, Culture, R/C/G Inequality
Certificates: Race and Social Policy, Women’s and Gender Studies
Dissertation: Sexualities and Conflicting Moralities at Work: An Empirical Test of Donald
Black’s Theory of Moral Time
Committee: James Hawdon (chair), John Ryan, Carol Bailey, Ted Fuller
East Tennessee State University. January 2007 to December 2008.
Master of Arts, Sociology.
Thesis: Adult Texting In Context: Exploring Norms for Mature Users of Text-Messaging
Committee: Martha Copp (Chair), Leslie McCallister, Melissa Schrift
East Tennessee State University (ETSU). August 2004 to December 2006.
Bachelor of Arts. Major: Sociology & Anthropology; Minor: Women’s Studies; Summa Cum
Honors & Awards
Excellence in Teaching Award: Outstanding Graduate Teaching Associate Award, April 2008
James H. Quillen Graduate Scholar Fall 2008-Spring 2009, ($4000)
Dorman Stout Sr. Award for Academic Excellence in Sociology, Spring 2007
Course Development Grant. $2500. Spring 2012 for SOC 4044 Gender, Race, and Crime
Course Development Grant. $2500. Spring 2009 for SOCI 3444 Data Analysis (applied SPSS course)
Course Development Grant. $2500. Summer 2008 for SOCI 2040 Marriage and the Family
2009-2012 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va
2008-2012 East Tennessee State University Johnson City, TN
2008-2011 Regents Online Degree Program (Serving community colleges and small state schools in TN)
SOC 2404 Deviant Behavior (classroom and online) 2 sections
SOC 3414 Criminology (online)
SOCI 3444 Data Analysis (classroom and online) 2 sections
SOAA 2020 Social Problems 3 sections
SOCI 2040 Marriage and the Family (online)
SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology (classroom and online) 5 sections
Graduate Teaching Assistant:
AFST 1114 Africana Studies
SOC 4414 Drugs and Society
SOAA 3030 Gender and Society
Manuscripts Under Review:
Barlow, Angela. (2011). “Sex, Drugs, and Deception: An Exploration of Workplace Deviance.”
Barlow, Angela and John Ryan (2011). “Occupational Careers and the Production of Culture in the
Manuscripts in Progress:
Barlow, Angela. (2011). “Heteronormativity, Homosociality, and Gendered Judgments of Sex
Harassment at Work.”
Barlow, Angela. (2011). “Put that away you pervert: Sexuality and the Construction of Workplace
Barlow, Angela. (2010). “There’s No Sex in Our Violence: A Feminist Analysis of Gail Simone’s
“Women in Refrigerators” Phenomenon in Superhero Comic Books.”
Professional Meeting Participation
2012 Conference Organizer and Presider. Graduate Research Symposium (Sociology, Africana Studies,
Women’s and Gender Studies, American Indian Studies). Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.
2012 Upcoming. “Occupational Careers and the Production of Culture in the Salon Industry.” Paper to
be presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society.
2012 Session Organizer/Presider. "Shifting Social Contracts between Producers and Consumers of
Symbolic Cultural Products.” At the upcoming Southern Sociological Society Conference, New
Orleans, LA 2012
2012 Upcoming. “Sexualities and Conflicting Moralities at Work: Testing Donald Black’s Theory of
Moral Time.” Paper to be discussed in rountable at the annual meetings of the American
2012 Upcoming. “Art Worlds, Occupational Careers, and the Cultural Production of Hair.” With John
Ryan. Paper to be presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association.
2011 Session Organizer/Presider. "Bullying, Sexual Harassment, and Violence in Educational
Settings." Southern Sociological Society Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.
20122 Session Organizer/Presider. “Crime and Deviance in the Workplace.” Southern Sociological
Society Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011 “Sex, Drugs, and Deception: An Exploration of Deviance among Beauty Salon Employees.”
Paper presented at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.
2008 “Student Development and Implementation of a Sustainable Community Garden,” Paper
presented at the Southern Rural Sociological Association Conference Mobile, Alabama.
2007 “The Benefits of Collaboration in Community Based Research.” With Mindy Bunch. Paper
presented at the Southeastern Undergraduate Sociological Symposium at Emory University,
2012 Graduate Student Assembly Delegate, Virginia Tech
2011 Graduate Representative, Faculty Committee, Virginia Tech
2010 Reviewer, Grant Proposals, Graduate Research Development Program, Virginia Tech
2010 Graduate Representative, Curriculum Committee, Virginia Tech
2008 Vice President Graduate Student and Professional Association, East Tennessee State University
2008 Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society President, East Tennessee State
2007 Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society President, East Tennessee State
American Sociological Association
Sociologist for Women in Society
American Society of Criminology
Southern Sociological Society
James Hawdon John Ryan Leslie McCallister
Professor Professor and Chair Chair, Associate Professor
Director, Center for Peace Dept. of Sociology Department of Sociology &
Studies Virginia Tech Anthropology
and Violence Prevention 560 McBryde Hall East Tennessee State
Dept. of Sociology Blacksburg, VA 24061 University
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