Eric Malczewski is a Lecturer on Social Studies and serves on the Board of Advisors for Social Studies.
Dr. Malczewski's research focuses on the organizing principles of social science, epistemological issues in social and political theory, and nationalism. His interests include classical sociological theory (with an emphasis on the thought of Émile Durkheim and Max Weber), sociology of knowledge, nationalism, modern culture, philosophy of the human sciences, and culture and the mind. His work has been published in such places as The Journal of Classical Sociology, The Journal of Historical Sociology, and Current Perspectives in Social Theory. Presently, he is preparing a book manuscript.
Dr. Malczewski received his Ph.D. in Sociology, Political Science, and Philosophy of Social Science from the University Professors Program at Boston University. He holds a Bachelor of Science from New York University and a Master of Public Policy with Honors from The University of Chicago.
Social Studies 10a (Fall)
Freshman Seminar 41t: Modernity, Society, and the Novel (Fall)
Social Studies 10b (Spring)