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Dolgon, Corey 1961-

Dolgon, Corey 1961-


Born December 13, 1961, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Fred and Arlene Dolgon; married Deborah Milbauer (a public health social worker), June 30, 2001; children: Bailey, Ruby. Ethnicity: "Jewish." Education: Boston University, B.A. (summa cum laude), 1984; Baylor University, M.A., 1986; University of Michigan, Ph.D., 1994. Politics: "Progressive." Religion: Jewish.


Home—Milton, MA. Office—Department of Sociology, Worcester State College, 486 Chandler St., Worcester, MA 01602. E-mail—[email protected]


Long Island University, Southampton College, Southampton, NY, assistant professor of American studies, 1994-96, visiting faculty advisor for Friends World Program at East Africa Center in Machakos, Kenya, 1996-97; Worcester State College, Worcester, MA, associate professor of sociology, 1997—, department chair, 1999-2005. Visiting professor at Clark University, 1999, 2001, and Harvard University, 2000-03. Musician; presenter of lecture-concerts throughout the Untied States and Canada, including appearances at University of Louisville, Stonehill College, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, Boston University, University of Hartford, and Wayne State University; performed at music festivals in Australia and New Zealand; performances also recorded on the albums Songs of Solidarity and Struggle, Rambling Roots Records, and The End of Our Days, a solo recording; conference participant in the United States and abroad. Willow Run/Ann Arbor Project for Homeless Youth, coordinator of summer writing program, 1993, 1995. Southampton Coalition for Justice, member, 1997-98; National Civil Rights Coordinating Committee, member of advisory board, 1997-99; Oak Hill Community Development Corp., member of board of directors, 2000-03; Worcester Social Forum, member, 2003-04; Worcester Regional Environmental Council, member of board of directors, 2003-05; also affiliated with Massachusetts Jobs with Justice and Worcester Area Global Action Network.


Association for Humanist Sociology (president elect, 2008), American Sociological Association, Association of American Geographers, National Society for Experiential Education, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Phi Beta Kappa.


The End of the Hamptons: Scenes from the Class Struggle in America's Paradise, New York University Press (New York, NY), 2005.

Living Sociology: Social Problems and Service Learning, Pine Forge Press (Thousand Oaks, CA), 2008.

Contributor to books, including Prism: Diverse Perspectives from a University Community, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI), 1993; Marginal Spaces: Comparative Urban and Community Research, Volume 5, Transaction Publishers (New Brunswick, NJ), 1995; Campus, Inc.: The Corporatization of the Academy, edited by Geoff White, Prometheus Books (New York, NY), 2000; Applying Sociology: Making a Better World, edited by William Dubois, Allyn & Bacon (New York, NY), 2000; and Forging Radical Alliances across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium, edited by Jill Bystydzienski and Steven Schacht, Rowman & Littlefield (Lanham, MD), 2001. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Workplace: Journal of Academic Labor, Democratic Culture, Journal of Community Practice, Antipode, Left Curve, Left History, Minnesota Review, Journal of the National Social Science Association, and Educational Studies. Editor, Humanity and Society, 2000-06.


Corey Dolgon told CA that his primary motivation for writing is "to have an impact on contemporary politics and social problems in the Hamptons region as well as the nation as a whole. My influences are activist scholars like Mike Davis, Barbara Ehrenreich, and Robin D.G. Kelley."



Corey Dolgon Home Page, (November 20, 2006).

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