Dr. Fox has been teaching at the university level since 2008. She has taught a variety of courses in the fields of sociology, interdisciplinary studies, and Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Samantha’s teaching develops in students an ability to explain personal experiences through the lens of a society as a world-system. Her classes emphasize active learning through open discussion of social issues in a supportive classroom community.
Essentials and Lower Division Courses
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- Research Methods
- Social Theory
- Race, Class, and Gender
- Sex, Gender, and Sexuality
- Race and Racism
- Family and Society
Upper Division Courses
- Global Sociology
- Political Sociology
- Sociology of Food and Agriculture
- Environmental Sociology
- Indigenous History and Contemporary Culture in Latin American and the Caribbean
- Sex, Love, and Relationships
Racism is a serious social issue that negatively impacts everyone, including white people. Racial literacy–the ability to understand ourselves in society through the lens of racism–is the weakest area of human knowledge today. From her position in higher education, Samantha advocates for the universalization of coursework in race and racism across college and university campuses as a first step to remedy the rampant violence and dehumanization of non-white peoples.