Julia Mulligan

Faculty

Visiting Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology

Julia Mulligan

Education: B.A. double major in Health & Society and Sociology, minor in Spanish language, Beloit College, Beloit, WI (2011), M.A. Sociology, University of Missouri-Columbia (2013), Master of Public Health, University of Missouri-Columbia (2017), Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology, University of Missouri-Columbia. 

Research Interests: critical public health, sociology of health and illness, the body and society, social theory, research methods, social inequalities, health and social policy, culture and identity, political ecology, feminist theory and research, health promotion and communication.

Classes Taught: Sociology of Medicine (S/A 252), Body Perspectives (S/A 246), Sociology of Music (S/A 244), Methods of Research (S/A 247), Introduction to Sociology (S/A 112)


Courses Taught

Past
Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
S/A-112 Intro to Sociology 3 2022/SP and 2021/FA
S/A-262 Soc of Medicine 1 2022/SP
S/A-246 Body Perspectives 1 2022/SP
S/A-244 ST:Sociology of Music 1 2022/JN
S/A-247 Methods Lab 1 2021/FA
S/A-247 Methods of Research 1 2021/FA