Julie Harms Cannon, PhD
Adjunct Professor, Anthropology and Sociology
Building/Room: Casey 310-12
Teaching and Research Interests
■Sex and gender
■Classical and contemporary sociological theory
■Feminist theory and methods
■Charlotte Perkins Gilman
■Charlotte Chorn, and Julie Harms Cannon. 2008. “They're Still in Control Enough to be in Control: Paradox of Power in Dementia Caregiving” Journal of Aging Studies 22: 45-53.
■Cannon, Julie Harms. 2006. “White, Working-class, and Feminist: Working within the Master’s House and Finding Home Again.” Pp. 101-116 in Stephen L. Muzatti and Vince Samarco (eds.) Reflections from the Wrong Side of the Tracks: Class, Identity, and the Working Class Experience. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
■Dunham, Charlotte C., Julie Harms Cannon, and Bernadette Dietz. 2004. “Representing the Other in Sociology of the Family Texts.” Teaching Sociology 32(4): 374-384.
■Cannon, Julie Harms and Adrian De La Rosa. 2001. “Utopian Feminism and Feminist Pedagogy: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Everyday Classroom.” Quarterly Journal of Ideology 24(1&2): 41 pages.
■Cannon, Julie Ann Harms, Thomas C. Calhoun, and Rhonda Fisher. 1998. “Amateur Stripping and Gaming Encounters: Fun in Games or Gaming as Fun.” Deviant Behavior 19(4): 317-337.