Jason Mueller

Dr. Mueller is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Kennesaw State University.

His previously published research has covered a wide range of issues, including globalization theory, political ideology in America, and the drivers of political violence in Somalia. His dissertation explores the local-to-global drivers of forced displacement and diamond extraction in Botswana and Zimbabwe. His ongoing research explores social movements and protests for racial, Indigenous, and economic justice in the US and Africa.

For quick access to some of my work:

You can find my work on Somalia here, here, and here.

You can find my work on COVID-19 here and here.

You can find my work on culture and ideology here and here.

You can find my work on globalization & development theory here and here.

You can find my recent review of Olúfémi O. Táíwò’s Reconsidering Reparations book here.

 

Please see the Research section of my faculty web page for more information.

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