About Our Faculty

Ilir Disha (PhD in Sociology, State University of New York at Albany). Professor Disha’s research and teaching interests focus on crime and deviance with specific attention to the social factors that contribute to neighborhood crime rates.

Ida Dupont (PhD in Criminal Justice, City University of New York). Professor Dupont’s research and teaching interests focus on gender, crime and violence, and structures of the family.

Amy Foerster (PhD in Sociology, Cornell University). Professor Foerster’s research and teaching interests focus on immigration, popular culture and the sociology of organizations.

Judith Pajo (PhD in Anthropology, University of California, Irvine). Professor Pajo’s research and teaching interests focus on environmental anthropology, the anthropology of Europe, and political and economic anthropology.

Roger Salerno (PhD in Sociology, New York University). Professor Salerno’s research and teaching interests focus on social psychology, sociological and psychoanalytic theory and the history of sociology