Sociology Program
jackie-burnside

Dr. Jackie Burnside

Chair of Academic Division III
Professor of Sociology
Frost Building, 215
CPO 1706
burnsidej@berea.edu
Ext. 3811
Fall 2016
Office Hours:
10:40-11:30 AM on Tuesday & Thursday
4:00-5:00 PM on Monday,
as well as by appointment

 

Class Schedule, Fall 2016:

  • APS/SOC 132 (Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:00 am – 9:10 am)
  • SOC 100 (Mon/Wed/Fri: 2:40 pm – 3:50 pm)

Degrees

  • B.A., Berea College, 1974
  • M.A., Human Relations, University of Oklahoma, 1979
  • M.A. University of Oklahoma, 1979
  • M.A., Philosophy, Yale University, 1987
  • Ph.D., Sociology, Yale University, 1988

Publications

  • Early Black Berea Burnside, Jacqueline Grisby. Berea and Madison County, a documentary photo book published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston SC, 2007.

Biography

Dr. Burnside, Associate Professor of Sociology, is a native of Alabama and an alumna of Berea College (1974). Dr. Burnside’s Ph.D. dissertation was an organizational analysis of Berea College as an interracial educational institution during the 19th Century.

Recent research and journal publications focus on race relations, women’s clubs and higher education. Currently, she is serving as project director for a community volunteer effort to collect oral history about Berea’s black history  and produce a tour map with audio tape and a picture album book.

Observing her as a faculty advisor, teacher and active participant in extra-curricular activities, one can understand Dr. Burnside’s statement,

“At Berea, I feel a part of a great history, still in the making.”

In addition to teaching introductory sociology, social problems, advanced courses in race, ethnic relations and formal organizations. Dr. Burnside was an Army sergeant whose tour of duty included living in the Panama Canal Zone (1976-79).

Dr. Burnside continues her interest in organizational development, leadership skills and maintaining physical fitness via swimming. She and her husband Virgil have one child and a house with a garden. For more details on this “Farmer’s Daughter in Academia,” consult Working-Class Women in the Academy: Laborers in the Knowledge Factory, edited by Michelle M. Tokarczyk and Elizabeth A. Fay (1993).

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