Dennis Soron

Associate Professor, Sociology

Office: STH 418
905-688-5550 x3458

PhD, York University
MA, York University
BA, Carleton University

Prior to arriving at Brock in the summer of 2005, Dennis Soron received his PhD from York University’s interdisciplinary program in Social and Political Thought and completed a multi-year postdoctoral fellowship with the Neoliberal Globalism and its Challengers project at the University of Alberta.  Professor Soron’s current teaching and research interests include contemporary social theory, political economy, the sociology and political economy of consumption, radical ecology, environmental sociology, and working class culture. He has published various book chapters, articles, and interviews on consumerism, work, the environment, and the issue of depoliticization. He is (with Gordon Laxer) the co-editor of Not For Sale: Decommodifying Public Life (Broadview/Garamond, 2006).