Professor of Sociology; Director of Honors, Sociology; Chair of Environmental Science and Policy
Contact & Office Hours
Seelye Hall 417
Ph.D., M.A., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
B.A., Hunter College
Leslie King’s research and teaching interests include population studies, environmental sociology, social movements and corporate power. Much of her research has focused on how ideologies of nationalism, gender, race and ethnicity, and class are implicated in the construction and implementation of population policies. More recent projects have examined the corporatization of social movement activism and corporate environmental sustainability. Professor King teaches courses on corporate power, the sociology of food, and population politics.
King’s research appears in numerous scholarly journals, including Critical Sociology; Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences; Social Movement Studies; and Mobilization. In addition, she is co-editor of an anthology, Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action.
King's research has been published in Ethnic and Racial Studies, European Journal of Population, Mobilization, The Sociological Quarterly and Gender & Society.
Co-editor, Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action, with Deborah Auriffeille. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2013.