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Daniel Johnson

Professor of Sociology
Chair, Department of Sociology and Social Work

Professor Johnson joined the Gordon faculty in 1998. His primary research and teaching interests are in critical social theory and cultural sociology, although he also enjoys teaching statistics to the math-phobic. Some of his current research projects focus on the relationship between the experiences of meaning and hoping, and on the effects of communal experiences of hope in transforming violent conflict. He received the Distinguished Junior ... more ➔

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Nicholas Rowe

Nicholas Rowe

Dean of Student Engagement
Lecturer

Dr. Rowe is Dean of Student Engagement as well as Associate Professor of History and Peace Studies. Since obtaining his doctorate in 1997, he has served in faculty and administrative roles in the United States and South Africa. Although his original training is in the history of cultural identity formation in the Atlantic world, his research and teaching interests center around popular memory and how it shapes communities and groups in conflict. ... more ➔

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