Ph.D., University of Michigan, (1982)
SOC 525: Social Movements
SOC 531 Community Organization
SOC 600: Classical Theory
theory; inequality; community studies; social movements; social history
Dr. Hogan joined the Purdue University faculty in 1984. His research includes studies of inequality in the U.S., including empirical analyses, such as “Producing and Reproducing Class and Status Differences: Racial and Gender Gaps in U.S. Employment and Retirement Earnings,” Social Problems 45:528-549 (with Carolyn C. Perrucci) and theoretical/historical analyses, such as “Class, Race, and Gender Inequality,” Race, Gender & Class 8 (2):61-93, along with studies of community politics, including Class and Community in Frontier Colorado (Lawrence, University Press of Kansas, 1990) and The Failure of Planning: Permitting Sprawl in San Diego Suburbs, 1970-1999 (Ohio State University Press, 2003). His book manuscript on Reconstruction Georgia is currently under review at a university press.
Now that he is semi-retired, Professor Hogan is in residence only in the Fall semester.