These pages serve Mathieu Deflem's teaching at the University of South Carolina.
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Fall 2024
Other courses taught at South Carolina:
Courses previously taught: 
  • Purdue University, 1997–2002: Sociology of Law (undergraduate); Criminology (undergraduate); Criminal Justice (undergraduate); Contemporary Sociological Theory (graduate seminar); Globalization, Law, and Police in the New Europe (study abroad; Oxford University; Summer 2001). 
  • Kenyon College, 1996–1997: Introduction to Legal Studies; Criminology; Policing the Global Village; Freshmen and Senior Seminars in Legal Studies (topic: abortion law). 
  • University of Colorado, 1995–1996: Criminology; Introduction to Sociological Ideas. 


SOCY Major & Minor - Course requirements from the Sociology website.
Registrar - Includes useful information. Also check the calendar for the final exams. 
Student Advising Resources - Useful tips and information.
Student Conduct and Academic Integrity - Policies and links to integrity policies, incl. the Honor Code [PDF] and the Student Code of Conduct [PDF]. 
Student Success Center and Undergraduate Academic Regulations - Useful information for students.
Student Health Services - Thrive at Carolina. Resources, news, events, incl. support line.
For graduate students, here is an interesting note on writing the dissertation (courtesy of Dr. John Bendix):


USC Library Search Pages - This is a collection of links to online bibliographical sources and abstracts for sociological research and related fields of inquiry.


Students can check their syllabus for my current office hours, or set up an appointment by zoom. 
My office is in the Sloan College building, Room 217, Columbia campus of the University of South Carolina, Department of Sociology, 911 Pickens Street, Columbia, SC 29208.

Email: Deflem@mailbox.sc.edu

See separate pages for publications and talks.