Professor Anna Marshall's research was featured in a New York Times article on why women don't report sexual harassment in the workplace. Read Article
Dr. Anna-Maria Marshall
Anna-Maria Marshall has a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Northwestern University. She is currently an associate professor and head of the Sociology Department at the University of Illinois.
- Sociology of Law
- Social Movements
Her research is based on a broad theoretical and empirical project of examining the relationship between law and social change in studies of legal consciousness and law and social movements. In her work on legal consciousness, she examines the way that social change creates conflict in everyday life and how individuals use law, politics and experience to resolve these conflicts. She has studied these issues in her book Confronting Sexual Harassment: The Law and Politics of Everyday Life and in her recent research on the politics of family life in the lgbt community. She also studies cause lawyers and the political and cultural life of law in social movement strategies and in the context of the environmental justice movement and the lgbt movement. Her recent book, Queer Mobilizations: LGBT Activists Confront the Law, was co-edited with Scott Barclay and Mary Bernstein. Her work has also appeared in Law and Society Review, Law and Social Inquiry, Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, and several edited volumes.
- Ph.D, 1999, Northwestern University
- J.D., 1985, University of Virginia School of Law
- B.A., 1982, New York University
- SOC 275: Criminology
- SOC 396: The Criminal Justice System
- SOC 477: Sociology of Law
In The News
Professor Anna-Maria Marshall's research was featured in a New York Times article on why women don't report sexual harassment in the workplace. To view the article, click on the title link above, then click the More Information link.