Johanna S. Quinn

Johanna S. Quinn

Assistant Professor of Sociology (at Rose Hill)
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

[email protected]
Dealy 408A

  • B.A. in Psychology, Columbia University
    M.S. in Education, Mercy College
    M.S. in Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017)

  • Sociology of education, race & ethnicity, intersectionality, organizations & workplaces, youth, mixed-methods

  • Tevington, Patricia, Lisa M. Chauveron, Jennifer Brown Urban, Lauren Gama, Monica Glina, Johanna Quinn, and Miriam R. Linver, 2020. “Emerging Evidence of Positive Youth Constructs and Purpose Development: Results From a Qualitative Approach.” Journal of Early Adolescence 1–25.

    Urban, Jennifer Brown, Miriam R. Linver, Deborah Moroney, Trent Nichols, Monica Hargraves, E. Danielle Roberts, Johanna Quinn, Megan Brown, Lauren Gama, Rachael Doubledee, and Milira Cox. 2020. “Developing and Testing a Theory of Change for Boy Scouts of America.” Applied Developmental Science 1–17.

    Linver, Miriam R., Jennifer Brown Urban, Marisa MacDonnel, E. Danielle Roberts, Johanna S. Quinn, Satabdi Samtani, Rachael Doubledee, Lauren Gama, and Derek Morgan. 2018. “Mixed Methods in Youth Purpose: An Examination of Adolescent Self-Regulation and Purpose.” Research in Human Development 15(2):118–138.

    Quinn, Johanna S., and Myra Marx Ferree. 2017. “Schools as Workplaces: Intersectional Regimes of Inequality.” Gender, Work & Organization 26(12):1806–1815.

  • SOCI 1100 Introduction to Sociology
    SOCI 2420 Social Problems of Race & Ethnicity
    SOCI 2800 Sociological Theory