Daniel Harrison

Daniel Harrison

  • Professor of Sociology, Department of Government, Criminology, & Sociology
  • Faculty, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
M 61 Carnell Learning Center

Ph.D., Florida State University (2001) 
M.S., Florida State University (1996) 
B.A., New College of the University of South Florida (1993) 



  • Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter: The Dark Side of Political Protest. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. (2014: 192)


  • Pimps and Hoes Parties. Race and Racism in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia.Greenwood. (2014)
  • Bill Cosby. Race and Racism in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia. Greenwood. (2014)
  • Civil Rights Movement. The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 20 - Social Class.University of North Carolina Press. (2012)
  • The Social Organization of Audio Piracy on the Internet. Cybercrime and Criminological Theory: Fundamental Readings on Hacking, Piracy, Theft, and Harassment. Cognella, Inc.. (2012)
  • Consumerism. Globalization and Human Security: An Encyclopedia. Praeger Security Press. (2009)
  • Class Conflict in Capitalist Society: Foundations and Comparative-Historical Patterns. Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, Third Edition. Elsevier. (2008)


  • Social Action and Catastrophe in Current Perspectives in Social Theory. (2009)
  • Durkheim, Terrorism, and Positive Deviance in International Journal of Crime, Criminal Justice and Law. (2007)
  • Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America in Current Perspectives in Social Theory. (2006)
  • What Activists Are Up Against: Protest Management in the United States in il Dubbio: rivista transnazionale di analisi politica e sociale. (2004)
  • Rethinking Circumcision and Sexuality in the United States in Sexualities. (2002)
  • The Social Organization of Audio Piracy on the Internet in Media, Culture and Society. (2001)


  • 'Reflections on Education.' in The Southern Sociologist. (2008)
  • Strategies for Teaching Classical Theory to Undergraduates in Perspectives: The Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section. (2004)


  • Group Work in Large Classes. South Carolina Sociological Association. Charleston, South Carolina. (2016)
  • My Zimbardo Moment: Pulling the Plug on a Student Research Project. South Carolina Sociological Association. Charleston, South Carolina. (February, 2015)
  • Whatever Happened to Jackson Station: Identity, Community and Sexuality in a Southern Blues Bar. American Sociological Association. Chicago, Illinois. (2015)
  • Researching and Writing a Book at Lander University. Lander University. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2015)
  • Introductory Remarks. The Life and Legacy of Benjamin Mays - Talk Delivered by Loy Sartin. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2014)
  • The Sage Victorians: Wilde, Lawrence and Huxley and Classical Social Theory. Annual Conference of the International Social Theory Consortium. Knoxville, Tennessee. (2014)
  • The New College Grove Protest: Students, Politics and Environmental Action. Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, Georgia. (2013)
  • Teaching Sociology in a Poorly Educated State. South Carolina Sociological Association. Orangeburg, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Harlan County, Social Class and Collective Amnesia: The Interplay of Structure and Culture.Eastern Sociological Society. Boston, Massachusetts. (2013)
  • Who Do We Teach? A Sociological Snapshot of the Lander University Student Body. Faculty Expo. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Harlan County, Organized Deviance and Collective Memory. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2012)
  • Incorporating Service Learning into Introduction to Sociology Courses: Lessons from the Trenches. South Carolina Sociological Association. Greenwood, South Carolina. (February, 2012)
  • The Strange Case of Marshall Ledbetter: Deviance and Control in a Southern Town. American Sociological Association. Las Vegas, Nevada. (August, 2011)
  • Behavior Management in the College Classroom. South Carolina Sociological Association.Charleston, South Carolina. (2011)
  • The Juggling Professor: Role Expansion at Liberal Arts Colleges. Southern Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • Online Learning, Higher Education and the Future of Information Technologies. American Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Online Teaching in Sociology. Southern Sociological Society.New Orleans, Louisiana. (April, 2009)
  • Security Issues Facing Global Consumer Society. Southern Sociological Society. Richmond, Virginia. (April, 2008)
  • Human Reactions to Catastrophic Situations. Southern Sociological Association. Richmond, Virginia. (April, 2008)
  • Role Shifts in the Transition from Graduate Student to Professor. Southern Sociological Society.Atlanta, Georgia. (April, 2007)
  • Action in Extreme Environments and Risky Situations. American Sociological Association.Montreal, Quebec. (August, 2006)
  • Positive Deviance, Edgework and the Sociology of Extreme Environments. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2006)
  • Diversity in the US Criminal Justice System. Greenville Technical College. Greenville, South Carolina. (February, 2006)
  • Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Armed Force in the United States. American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (August, 2005)
  • The Cultures of the Rocky Mountain West (Paper Session: Culture: Trends and Regions) .Southern Sociological Society. Charlotte, North Carolina. (April, 2005)
  • The Criminalization of Dissent: Cultures of Policing and Protest (Critical Theory and Cultural Studies Session). Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2003)
  • The Critical Theory of Network Analyst Harrison White. Philosophy and the Social Sciences.Prague, Czech Republic. (May, 2000)
  • Deconstructing the Phallocracy: Rethinking Circumcision and Gender. American Sociological Association. San Francisco, California. (August, 1998)
  • Private Security Past and Present. European Sociological Association. Wivenhoe Park, United Kingdom. (August, 1997)
  • A Mapping of the Project of Radical Enlightenment. American Sociological Association.Washington, District of Columbia. (August, 1995)