Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology
Sociology And Anthropology
102 Adams Hall
Rural Development, and Health Policy; Environmental and Natural Resource Sociology; Demography; Inequality; Migration
Golding, Shaun A. 2012. “Rural Identities and the Politics of Planning: The Case of a Midwestern Destination County." Society and Natural Resources. Vol. 25 No. 10.
Van Auken Paul, M. and Golding, Shaun A. 2013. “Rural Property, Collective Action, and Place-Based Conservation.” In W. Stewart, L. Kruger, and D. Williams (eds.) Place Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Golding, Shaun A. and Katherine J. Curtis. 2013. ”Migration and Rural Development: Resettlement, Remittances, and Amenities” In Green, Gary P. (ed.) The Handbook of Rural Development. Edward Elgar Publishers.
Golding, Shaun A. Forthcoming. "Migration and Inequality in the Rural US: Connecting Urban to Rural and Local to Global." Sociology Compass.
Golding, Shaun A. Forthcoming. “Moving Narratives: What Amenity Out-Migrants Reveal on an Internet Forum.” Journal of Rural Studies. Vol 30.pp 33-40.
August 2010 “The Discourse of Leaving: What Amenity Out-Migrants Reveal on an Internet Discussion Forum” Annual Meetings of the Rural Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA
July 2011 “Tracking Rural Gentrification in the US: 1980-2000” Annual Meetings of the Rural Sociological Society, Boise, ID
May 2012 Poster: “Rural Gentrification in the US 1975-2000: An Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Trends” Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, San Francisco, CA
August 2012 “Rurality, Inequality, Policy: Locating Rural Destinations in the World System” Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO
April 2013 Poster: “U.S. Rural Destinations: Gentrified, or Satellites in the Global Economy?” Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA
Session Chair: “Internal Migration”
August 2013 “Following Power Lines: Resistance and Complicity in New England’s Move toward ‘Clean’ Energy” Annual Meetings of the Rural Sociological Society, New York, NY