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Adjunct Professor of Sociology

Brad Bauerly, PhD, has degrees from Montana State University, Boston College, and York University. His dissertation investigating how rural social movements influenced the development and expansion of the American Federal Government was published as a book entitled <em>The Agrarian Seeds of Empire: the Political Economy of Agriculture in U.S. State Building.</em> He has also published scholarly articles on the process of state institutional capacity building in response to popular political pressure and is currently researching early economic change and agrarian influences on the United State Department of Agriculture. At Norwich he teaches courses in sociology including Intro to Sociology, Social Problems, Racial and Cultural Minorities, and Cultural Anthropology.

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