Carlos Enrique Zeisel

Zeisel

Visiting Professor of Sociology
Webster Hall 320
(314) 246-6970
carloszeisel89@webster.edu

 

 

Education

PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2014 (Pending)
MA, University of Kansas, 1997
Certificate in European Studies, Institute of European Studies, 1993
BA, Austin College, 1995

Courses Frequently Taught

Introduction to Criminal Justice and Criminology
Introduction to Sociology
Race, Class and Gender
Research Methods
Social Deviance
Sociological Theory
Victimology

Research Interests

Sociology of Human Rights
Social Development and Human Rights in Latin America
Women’s Rights in Latin America
Culture and Tattoos
Sociology of Religion

Selected Presentations and Publications

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique.  2005.  Review of the book Through the Prism of Slavery: Labor, Capital, and the World Economy.  Contemporary Sociology.  34:5: 505-06. 

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro and Cuellar, Benjamin.  2005A.  “Libertad de expresión en El Salvador.”  Proceso: Informativo Semanal.  26:1155:  12-13. 

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro and Cuellar, Benjamin.  2005B.  “El derecho a protestar”  Proceso: Informativo Semanal.  26:1153:  11-12. 

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique and Cuéllar, Benjamin.  2005C.  “Siguen Las Muertes.”  Proceso: Informativo Seminal.  26:1149:  8-9. 

2004 Annual Meeting, Midwest Sociological Society, April 15-18, 2004 Kansas City, MO. “What is Meant By a Sociology of Human Rights” 

2003 Annual Meeting, Midwest Association for Latin American Studies, November 6-8, 2003, Eastern Illinois University “Social Movements in Latin America: A New Perspective.” 

2003 Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, August 15 – 20, 2003  Atlanta, GA. “Land and Agrarian Reform in El Salvador after the Peace Accords: Social Movement or Not?”