Ebonie L. Cunningham Stringer

Ebonie L. Cunningham Stringer, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice
 
Education
Purdue University, Ph.D. (2006)
Purdue University, M.A. (2003)
University of Missouri-Columbia, B.A. (2001)
 
Contact Information
704-233-8071
 
Research and Teaching Interests
Criminology/Delinquency
Race, Class and Gender
Gender and Crime
Sociology of the Family
Criminal Justice and the Family
Social Inequalities
 
Publications
Academic Articles
Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie. 2009. "Keeping the Faith: How African American Mothers Use Religion and Spirituality to Cope with Imprisonment." Journal of African America Studies 13: 325-347.
 
Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie and Sandra Barnes. Forthcoming, "Mothering While Imprisoned: The Effects of Family and Child Dynamics on Mothering Attitudes." Family Relations.
 
Book Reviews
Cunningham, Ebonie L. 2005. Book Review of Othello Miller and R. Robin Miller eds., Impacts of Incarceration on the African American Family. In Contemporary Sociology 34 (1): 25-27.
 
Book Chapters
Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie. Forthcoming. "Conditions of Incarceration" African Americans & Criminal Justice: An Encyclopedia, edited by Delores Jones-Brown and Beverly D. Frazier.
Courses
Introduction to Sociology
Sociology of Minorities
Black Women in America
Introduction to Women's Studies
Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course
Criminology
Juvenile Delinquency
Women and Crime
Children in Society
Children in the Media
Social Problems
Sociology of Ethics
Independent Study Courses
Professional Memberships & Honor Societies
American Sociological Association
Association of Black Sociologists
Society for the Study of Social Problems
Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology Honor Society
National Association of Women Studies