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Dupuy, Alex


John E. Andrus Professor of Sociology
Sociology Department
860.685.2952
Public Affairs Center 315

Professor of Sociology
Sociology Department
860.685.2952
Public Affairs Center 315


BA University of Connecticut
MA Brandeis University
MAA Wesleyan University
PHD SUNY at Binghamton

EMAIL:
adupuy@wesleyan.edu
WESLEYAN PO BOX:
Sociology Department
COURSES TAUGHT THIS SEMESTER:
SOC212 - 01
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Professor of Sociology Alex Dupuy has published broadly on social, economic, and political developments in Haiti and the Caribbean. He is the author of Haiti in the World Economy: Class, Race, and Underdevelopment Since 1700 (1989), Haiti in the New World Order: The Limits of the Democratic Revolution (1997), The Prophet and Power: Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the International Community, and Haiti (2007), and more than three dozen articles in professional journals and anthologies. He appeared several times on the News Hour with Jim Lehrer and on other television programs such as Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN and The Agenda with Steve Parkin on Toronto Public TV. He has also commentated on Haitian affairs on National Public Radio and other local NPR stations in Boston, Baltimore, Los Angeles, and Wisconsin Public Radio; and on the BBC's Caribbean Service, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Late Talk Program, and Radio Jamaica RJR 94 FM. He is particularly interested in issues of Caribbean political economy and social change.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Globalization
Sociology of Development/World System
Race and Ethnicity
Caribbean

ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS:
Member of the American Sociological Association, the Caribbean Studies Association, and the Haitian Studies Association.
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday and Wednesday, 2:00-3:30 p.m., or by appointment PAC 315 X2952