EdD, University of Massachusetts – 1989
MS, American International College - 1980
BS, Westfield State College -1976
Introduction to Criminal Justice; Law Enforcement; Violence & Victimization; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; American Courts
Areas of Interest:
Links to selected work:
Australian Journal of Criminology, 1991 “The Meaning Police Officers Make of Their Work.”
Quotes about teaching: Teaching is much like coaching. If students don’t come to practice; should they expect to be able to play in the game?
BA, College of the Holy Cross, 1991
MA, University of Connecticut, 1993
Area of Study:
U.S. Religion and Politics. He is currently researching meetings between popes and U.S. presidents.
Read Thomas J. Carty's article "The Risks and Rewards of the Pope's Visit to the U.S.," featured on the History News Network Web site here.
In 2006, the Organization of American Historians and the National Parks Service invited him to join a team of scholars reviewing the John F. Kennedy birthplace in Brookline, Mass. His writing on religion and politics will appear in several forthcoming edited books, such as Religion and the Presidency (Columbia University Press, 2008), Catholics and American Politics (Georgetown University Press, 2008), and Religion and the American Presidency (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007).
He currently serves as book review editor for the New England Historical Association, and has contributed reviews for the Journal of American History and the Catholic Historical Review. His commentary on religion and politics, as well as the history of sport, has appeared in various media. Local Springfield television stations interviewed him following September 11 and other major news events, and C-SPAN and C-SPAN 2 broadcast and rebroadcast his presentation, “Catholic Hero or Secular Icon? Religion in the Presidency of John F. Kennedy.” Professor Carty has also written on the growing popularity of soccer in the U.S. for the Hartford Courant.
BS, Springfield College, 1984
MA, University of Iowa, 1987
Contemporary Society, Social Problems, Media and Society, Sociology of Sport, Racial & Ethnic Relations, and Poverty & Wealth: Class in Society
Area of Study:
Media, Sport, Race, Class, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
Published a book called “The Swimsuit Issue and Sport: Hegemonic Masculinity in Sports Illustrated”
Published numerous articles on subjects such as:
Served on the editorial board of several journals, including:
Served on the Board of Directors for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
BA, Rutgers College, 1981
MA, University of Virginia, 1984
MA, The Johns Hopkins University, 1985
World History; Western Civilization; History & Film; Medieval History; Early Modern Europe; Ancient & Classical World; Naval & Maritime History
BA, SUNY Fredonia, 1978
MA, Michigan State University, 1989
PhD, Michigan State University, 1992
Sociology of: families, youth, cities, social work and social welfare, medical sociology, contemporary society
Quotes about teaching
“Do not believe a thing simply because it has been said” - Buddha
BA, Oakland University, 1977
MA, University of Detroit, 1978
PhD, Michigan State University, 1996
Criminal Justice; Deviant Behavior; Criminology; Social Problems; Juvenile Delinquency; Criminological Theory; Terrorism
BS, University of New Orleans, 1971
PhD, University of Massachusetts, 1986
American Government, World History, Public Administration, Civil Liberties, Social Research, Social Movement Organizations
BA, Alderson-Broaddus College, 1963
MA, University of Vermont, 1965
World History; Geography; Modern China; Modern Europe; Russian History; Oral History
B.S. Exercise Science, B.S. Kinesiology (Southern Nazarene University.
ME. D Instruction and Curriculum – Kinesiology (Southern Nazarene University)
Ph. D Physical Education – Teaching and Pedagogy (Springfield College)
Introduction to Youth Development, Designing and Implementing Youth Programs, Philosophies and Theories of Youth Development, Community Service, Internship in Youth Development, Practicum in Youth Development, Health and Wellness, Research Methods, Motor Learning, Curriculum Instruction.
Areas of Interest: