UC Foundation Professor of Sociology
308D Brock Hall
Monday and Wednesday 1:00-3:00pm and by appointment
Sociology of the Family SOC 2150
Classical Social Theory SOC 3120
Modern Social Theory SOC 3130
Dr. Terri LeMoyne is UC Foundation Associate Professor of Sociology. She is a social theorist, and her research areas include metatheory, the history of sociology and social theory.
Her publications include theoretically and empirically extending Max Weber's rationalization thesis, as well as developing novel rhetorical strategies to advance the goals of various social movements. Her most recent work focuses on "helicopter parenting" (Tom Buchanan).
She is writing a book, tentatively titled The Development of American Social Theory: Thinking Through the Historical Transformations of Modern Societies for Oxford University Press (with Peter Kivisto). Dr. LeMoyne is also a UT Alumni Outstanding Teacher and she teaches classical theory, modern theory, gender and society, and the sociology of the family.