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Amy I. McClure, PhD

Associate Professor of Sociology

Amy McClure

Hello. My name is Amy I. McClure and I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Rollins College. I earned both my Master's Degree and PhD from North Carolina State University. Before arriving at Rollins College, I taught at North Carolina State University, Elon College, and Barton College. 

My current research interests lie in understanding how gender, social class, and geographic location shape the experiences of religiously marginalized parents; specifically nonbelievers and Pagans. I am also currently conducting research on the experiences of lower-income college students.

I teach a variety of courses including: The Sociological Perspective, Self and Society, Sociology of Gender, Sexualities, and our Senior Seminar Capstone.

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