Eric Bonds, Associate Professor of Sociology, earned a Ph.D. (2011) from the University of Colorado and a B.S. (2000) from the University of Wyoming. Dr. Bonds is the author of Social Problems: A Human Rights Perspective. He has also published articles in journals such as The Journal of World-Systems Research, Critical Sociology, and Peace Review. He teaches courses in environmental sociology, social problems, and political sociology.
Eric Bonds in the News
- Bonds Publishes Article on Violence in Iraq and SyriaEric Bonds, associate professor of sociology, published an article entitled "Humanitized Violence: Targeted Killings and Civilian Deaths in the U.S. War Against the Islamic State." The article draws upon a qualitative content analysis of human rights reports, newspaper accounts, and U.S. military statements to describe the ascendancy of "humanitized violence"... Read more »
- Free conference on carbon’s impact to be held at Fredericksburg library branch (The Free Lance-Star)[...] The post Free conference on carbon’s impact to be held at Fredericksburg library branch (The Free Lance-Star) appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »
- SAC Meeting, Chili Cook Off SetFebruary SAC Meeting – The first SAC meeting of the new year will take place on Thursday February 15th at 1PM in the Colonnade Room (315) of the University Center. Our Guest Speakers will be Dr. Eric Bonds, Associate Professor Sociology & Anthropology and Faculty Co-chair of the President’s Council... Read more »
- Bonds Publishes Article on Sociology and the Iraq WarAssociate professor of sociology Eric Bonds recently published an article in the journal Sociology Compass titled "U.S. Sociology and the Iraq War." The article is based on a review of the Iraq-War related articles published in the discipline's major journals. Bonds concludes that, while sociologists have made important contributions to our... Read more »
- Bonds Publishes Article on Think Tanks and Climate ChangeAssistant Professor of Sociology Eric Bonds recently published an article in the journal Sociology Compass on elite think tank approaches to climate change. While sociologists have paid a great deal of attention to think-tank driven climate denialism -- or efforts to mislead the American public about the realities and costs... Read more »