Faculty - Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D. (2007), North Carolina State University
Social Inequality, Feminist Theory, Qualitative Methods, Emotions, Volunteerism
Sandstrom, Kent, Spencer Cahill, and Carissa Froyum, Editors. Forthcoming. Inside Social Life: Readings in Sociological Psychology and Microsociology. Seventh Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Froyum, Carissa M. forthcoming. “Dealing with Emotions in the Classroom.” in Teaching Race in Contemporary America, edited by Kristin Haltinner, Ronald Aminzade, and David N. Pellow. Springer. Expected publication: 2013.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2012. “Leaving the Street Alone: Contesting Street Manhood as a Gender Project.” Journal of Gender Studies
Froyum, Carissa M. 2012. “‘For the Betterment of Kids Who Look Like Me’: Professional Emotional Labour as a Racial Project.” Ethnic and Racial Studies
Froyum, Carissa M. and Marybeth Stalp. 2012. “Introduction to Special Issue: Constructing a Color Line in the Twenty-First Century.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. 4(1):3-6.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2011. Invited book review of Growing Up in America: The Power of Race in the Lives of Teens. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 40: 292-294.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2010. “The Reproduction of Inequalities through Emotional Capital: The Case of Socializing Low-Income Black Girls.” Qualitative Sociology 3(1):37-54.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2010. “Making ‘Good Girls’: Sexual Agency in the Sexuality Education of Low-Income Black Girls.” Culture, Health & Sexuality 12(1): 59-72.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2007. “‘At Least I’m Not Gay’: Heterosexual Identity Making among Poor Black Teens.” Sexualities 10(5):605-624.
Froyum, Carissa M. 2007. “Teaching Portfolio.” Teaching Portfolios Within the Discipline edited by Daniel G. Renfrow. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. Pp. 165-180.
Social Inequality; Race, Ethnicity and Social Justice; Qualitative Data Analysis; Teaching Development; Introduction to Sociology; Women, Men and Society
University Book and Supply Outstanding Teaching Award recipient, 2011
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award for Untenured Faculty, 2011-2