Jan Doering

Jan Doering

Associate member

Affiliation

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology (McGill University)

Research interests

Race, ethnicity, migration, microsociology, political sociology, qualitative methods, urban sociology

 

Contact information


855, rue Sherbrooke O., bureau 712,
Montréal, QC, H3A 2T7.

jan.doering [at] mcgill.ca (> Email)

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Selected publications


Doering, Jan, Daniel Silver, and Zachary Taylor. 2020. “The Spatial Articulation of Urban Political Cleavages.” Urban Affairs Review.

Jan Doering. Us versus Them: Race, Crime and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods. New York: Oxford University Press. 2020.

Jan Doering. « Ethno-Racial Appeals and the Production of Political Capital: Evidence from Chicago and Toronto », Urban Affairs Review 2020.

Jan Doering. « Afraid of Walking Home From the L at Night? The Politics of Crime and Race in Integrated Neighborhoods », Social Problems, 2017.

Jan Doering. « Visibly White: How Community Policing Activists Manage their Whiteness », Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, vol. II, no 1, 2016, p. 106-119.

Jan Doering. « A Battleground of Identity: Racial Formation and the African American Discourse on Interracial Marriage », Social Problems, vol. LXI, no 4, 2014, p. 559-575.

Publications récentes


Doering, Jan, Daniel Silver, and Zachary Taylor. 2020. “The Spatial Articulation of Urban Political Cleavages.” Urban Affairs Review.

Jan Doering. Us versus Them: Race, Crime and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods. New York: Oxford University Press. 2020.

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