Deeply committed to education and sharing knowledge, Craig Calhoun teaches sociology and interdisciplinary social science including anthropology, communications and cultural studies, economics, history, and politics. He has supervised 40 PhD students including current faculty members at Columbia, UCLA, Northwestern, Texas, and a range of other universities.
Calhoun has taught a wide variety of courses at all levels from first year undergraduate to PhD. These include:
Graduate: Classical Social Theory, History of Social Thought, Current Issues in Social Theory, Political Sociology, Comparative and Historical Sociology, Marx and Marxism, Nationalism (with Lloyd Kramer), Social Structure and Social Action, Social Theory and Cultural Diversity, Social Movements and Collective Action, Critical Social Theory, Stratification and Inequality, Writing and Publishing in Sociology, The Sociology of Culture, Contemporary Sociological Theory, Politics and Culture, The Sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, History of Sociology, Studying Science.
Undergraduate: Social Theory and Sociological Analysis, American Society, Introduction to Sociology, Per¬sonality and Socialization, Family and Society, Economic Development and Political Change, Socialism, Economy and Society, Cross-Cultural Relations (with Trudier Harris), Conversations with the West: Antiquity and the 19th Century, Contemporary Civilization, The Modern World-System: Past, Present, and Future (with Immanuel Wallerstein).