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African-American Studies


Celia Winkler

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Celia Winkler

Associate Professor
SS 323 406-243-5843
celia.winkler@mso.umt.edu
Office Hours: T, Th 1:10-2
W 2-3


Currently serving as the grievance officer for the University Faculty Association.



Education

B.A. in Community Studies, UC Santa Cruz, 1976 J.D. Hastings College of the Law (UC), San Francisco, CA 1979 M.S. Sociology, University of Oregon, 1993 Ph.D. Sociology, University of Oregon, 1996



Winkler, Celia. Forthcoming February 2014. “Redefining Single Motherhood: The 1990s Child Support Discourse and the Dismantling of the U.S. Welfare State." In Mothering in the Age of Neoliberalism. Toronto: Demeter Press.

Kuipers, Kathy and Celia Winkler. 2013. “Status of Women in Montana.” Technical paper prepared for the Montana Women’s Foundation. http://www.wfmontana.org/docs/2012SWR.pdf

Rooks, Daisy and Celia Winkler. 2012. “Learning Interdisciplinarity: Service Learning and the Promise of Interdisciplinary Teaching.” Teaching Sociology 40(1): 2-20.

Winkler, Celia. 2009. “Feminist Sociological Theory,” in Historical Developments and Theoretical Approaches in Sociology, [Ed. Charles Crothers], in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford ,UK, [http://www.eolss.net]

Winkler, Celia. 2002. Single Mothers and the State: The Politics of Care in Sweden and the United States. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Winkler, Celia. 2001. “Sweden's Child Support Guarantee and Women's Economic Independence.” Journal of Poverty 5(4): 29‑49.

Winkler, Celia. 1998. “Mothering, equality and the individual: feminist debates and welfare policies in the USA and Sweden.” Community, Work & Family 1(2):149-166.

 



Current Couses

SOCI 485: Political Sociology SOCI 520: Contemporary Social Theory



Teaching Experience

Contemporary Social Theory, Classical Sociological Theory, Gender and Society, Political Sociology, Sociology of Poverty, Religion and Social Movements, Sociology of the Family, Families and the State



University of Montana

African-American Studies Program

Tobin Miller Shearer, Director

Phone: (406) 243-6225

32 Campus Drive | Missoula, MT 59812

tobin.shearer@umontana.edu