Aneta Galary
College of Arts and Sciences
(773) 442-4802
Courses Taught
SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
SOC 105: Social Inequalities and Social Change
SOC 214: Sociology of Intimacy, Marriages and Families
SOC 221: Sociology of Work
SOC 306: Women, Gender and the "F Word"
SOC 320: Sociological Analysis
SOC 338: Environmental Sociology
SOC 360: Sociology of Occupations and Professions
SOC 365: Sociology of Globalization
Research Interests
My work focuses on Environmental Sociology, Economic Sociology, and Social Inequalities. I am especially interested in how systems of oppression and privilege are created and maintained by social institutions (work and economy, the state and public policy, media, etc.), and culture. I am also interested in the impact of oppression and exclusion on members of society, and individual and collective actions to generate positive social change.

Ph.D., Sociology, 2007, Loyola University, Chicago

M.A., Sociology, 2003, Loyola University, Chicago

B.A., Public Relations, 1995, Columbia College, Chicago

Selected Publications

Block, Richard, Aneta Galary, and Darryl Brice. 2007.  "The Journey to Crime: Victims and Offenders Converge in Violent Index Offences in Chicago." Security Journal 20:123-137.

Block, Richard, Darryl Brice, and Aneta Galary. 2003. "Traced Firearms and Criminal Violence in Chicago." Proceedings of the Homicide Research Working Group.  Chicago" Loyola University.

Galary, Aneta. 2003. Review of Violent Entrepreneurs: The Use of Force in Making of Russian Capitalism"  by Vadim Volkov. Contemporary Sociology 32:587-588.


Selected Performances

Grants and Award

Dissertation of the Year, Social Sciences, Loyola University Chicago, 2007

Arthur J. Schmitt Dissertation Fellowship, 2006-2007

Excellence in Graduate Student Research, Loyola University Chicago, 2006

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Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

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Office Hours
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