Michigan Sociological Review

Reynolds Series in Sociology

In the Autumn of 2007 Office of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences received a forty volume gift of books on behalf of Grand Valley State University from the noted American sociologist, Larry T. Reynolds. The Reynolds Series In Sociology is one of the most unique collections of sociological knowledge assembled in the latter half of the 20th Century with an unprecedented spectral range of topics by leaders in sociological inquiry. Click on the link below for a guide to this special collection available through the Zumberg Library on the Allendale campus. Currently there is a special topics course offered at GVSU, Production of Sociological Knowledge (SOC 380) which examines the how sociological knowlege is produced and used. This course also examines the work of  sociologists holding ties to Midwestern and Michigan sociology such as: George Herbert Mead, Charles Horton Cooley, C. Wright Mills, Leonard Lieberman, Bernard N. Meltzer, & Larry T. Reynolds.

Reynolds Series in Sociology

 

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