College of
Arts and Sciences

Marc Garcelon

Marc Garcelon
Associate Professor, Undergraduate Advisor
College of Arts and Sciences

Contact Info
Manheim 206A


Marc Garcelon is the author of the book Revolutionary Passage: From Soviet to Post-Soviet Russia, 1985-2000, as well as a range of articles on late and post-communist Russia, sociological theory, and the Internet and voluntary associations. Currently, he is working on a theory book The Social Web: Human Socio-Cultural Practices in Comparative Perspective that develops concepts and models for comparative analysis of institutional stability, breakdown and change.

SOCIOL 101: Introduction to Sociology
SOCIOL 332: Sociology of Political Life
SOCIOL 357: Social Movements
SOCIOL-ANTHRO 358: Culture and Society
SOCIOL 361: Sociological Theory
SOCIOL-ANTHRO 359: Media and Society
SOCIOL-ANTHRO 441: Globalization and Development
SOC-SCI 5610/SOCIOL 5501: Classical Social Theory
SOCIOL 5502: Contemporary Social Theory

Academic Credentials
Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California - Berkeley