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Laura Krull

Assistant Professor of Sociology

B.A., Grinnell College
M.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Programs: Sociology

Laura Krull is an assistant professor of sociology. Her research investigates how religious organizations in the U.S. both challenge and reproduce inequality along the axes of sexuality, gender, and family. She uses a range of methods to conduct her research, including ethnography, experimental design, and qualitative analysis of existing resources. Her newest projects analyze publicly available sermons to examine how pastors respond to major news stories and national events. She enjoys mentoring students in research and encourages undergraduate students interested in developing research skills to reach out to learn more!

Dr. Krull currently teaches Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of the Family, and Intersections of Privilege, and she looks forward to offering an upper-level course on religion and inequality in the U.S. and a first-year seminar on true crime in the coming years.
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