Advocacy and Activism Faculty

Unless otherwise noted, all PARCC associates are at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.

Research Director

John Burdick, Professor, Anthropology

Faculty Associates

PARCC seeks to partner with faculty to help them connect to faculty with intersecting research interests, publish working papers on-line, help with small seed grants, organize panels and mini-conferences to assist in the development of projects, and offer assistance in grants-making. Syracuse University has numerous faculty engaged in cutting-edge research on both current and historical advocacy, activism, and social movements.

Linda E. Carty, Associate Professor, Sociology and African American Studies

Todd Dickey, Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Michael R. Ebner, Associate Professor, History

Cecilia Green, Associate Professor, Sociology

Matthew Huber, Associate Professor, Geography

Louis Kriesberg, Professor Emeritus, Sociology

Prema Kurien, Professor and Chair, Sociology and Founding Director of Asian American Studies

Sandra D. Lane, Professor, Public Health, Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics and Anthropology, Syracuse University 

Arthur Paris, Associate Professor, Sociology

Steve Parks, Associate Professor, Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University

Tom Perreault, Professor, Geography

Gretchen Purser, Associate Professor, Sociology

Robert A. Rubinstein, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Professor, International Relations 

Herbert Ruffin, Associate Professor, History and Chair, African American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University 

Mark Rupert, Professor, Political Science

Tod Rutherford, Professor, Geography

Harvey Michael Teres, Dean's Professor of Public Humanities and Professor, English, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University

Margaret Thompson, Associate Professor, History and Political Science

Jamie Winders, Professor and Chair, Geography