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Ray Hutchison

Ray Hutchison

Professor, Chair of Sociology and Anthropology
MAC B304
Public & Environmental Affairs

Ray Hutchison is Professor of Sociology, faculty advisor for Urban Studies and Director of the Hmong Studies Center at UW-Green Bay.  Dr. Hutchison grew up in Nashville, Tennessee and received the BA (Sociology) from Harpur College at the State University of New York-Binghamton and the MA and PhD (Sociology) from the University of Chicago. His areas of research and teaching include urban studies, street gangs, race and ethnicity, and immigration.  He is the editor of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, series editor of Research in Urban Sociology (Emerald Press), and editor of a new monograph series in urban sociology for Anthem Press (UK).


Ph.D., Sociology, University of Chicago, Chicago
M.A., Sociology, University of Chicago, Chicago
B.A., Sociology, Harpur College, SUNY-Binghamton

Courses Taught

Introduction to Urban Studies, Introduction to Hmong Studies, Contemporary Social Problems, Ethnic and Racial Identities, Foundations for Social Research,  Race and Ethnic Relations, Urban Sociology, Street Gangs in American Society, The Sixties.