Assistant Professor of Sociology, Environmental Studies
Ph.D. 2009, M.A. 2005 (Sociology), City University of New York; B.S. 2000 (Psychology), Drexel University.
Puck Building, Room 4100, 295 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10012
Areas of Research/Interest:
Ethnography; urban communities; environmental sociology; animals and society; culture; health; social theory.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy, Harvard University [2008-2010]
2010. “Humans, Animals, and Play: Theorizing Interaction When
Intersubjectivity is Problematic.” Sociological Theory, Forthcoming.
Jerolmack, Colin. 2009. “Primary Groups and Cosmopolitan Ties: The Rooftop Pigeon Flyers of New York.” Ethnography, 10(2/3): 211-233.
Jerolmack, Colin. 2008. “How Pigeons Became Rats: The Cultural-Spatial Logic of Problem Animals.” Social Problems, 55(2): 72-94.
Jerolmack, Colin. 2007. “Animal Practices, Ethnicity and Community: The Turkish Pigeon Handlers of Berlin.” American Sociological Review, 72(6): 874-894.