Jackson Christopher Bartlett Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology

Area(s) of Interest:  Urban Governance; Race, Gender, and Sexuality; Qualitative Methods; Political Economy


Jackson Christopher Bartlett is Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University. He has a PhD and MA in African American Studies from Northwestern University, and a BA in Urban Studies and Africana Studies from Wayne State University. His research and teaching interests include the black middle class; black neighborhoods; urban governance; race, gender, and sexuality; qualitative methods; and political economy.

Recent Publications

J. Bartlett (Forthcoming). "Rights, Respectability, and Responsibility:  Black Middle Class Frameworks for Understanding Neighborhood Decline," Issues in Race & Society.

Courses taught:

SOCIOL 216: Gender and Society Syllabus

SOCIOL 215: Economy and Society

SOCIOL 324: Global Capitalism

SOCIOL 325: Global and Local Inequalities Syllabus

African American Studies 380: (Race and) Sex and the City