Brad Bullock

Randolph sociology professor pens article in Critical Muslim magazine

Brad Bullock

A critical essay by sociology professor Brad Bullock was published in the October 2018 edition of Critical Muslim magazine. The article, entitled “Big, Bad Trump,” was published in the Narratives section of the publication. Read more at https://www.criticalmuslim.io/big-bad-trump/. A subscription to the magazine is required to read the entire article.... READ MORE >>

A Part of History

Randolph College students, faculty, and staff join the Women's March on Washington.

Randolph students join historic Women’s March on Washington... READ MORE >>

Plugged in to environmental issues

Sociology professor Brad Bullock and Harrison Pippin '18 talk about their project.

Each weekend this summer, Harrison Pippin ’18 has traveled downtown and set up a table at the Lynchburg Community Market. He’s not there to sell fresh produce, however—he’s there for research. As part of a Summer Research project with sociology professor Brad Bullock, Pippin has been administering a survey each week at the market, based... READ MORE >>

Randolph sociology professor’s work published in academic journal

Brad Bullock

Randolph sociology professor Brad Bullock’s paper, “Sensing Hinduism: Lucian-Indian Funeral ‘Feast’ as Glocalized Ritual,” has been published in Religions, an academic journal dealing with the sociology of religion. The article is part of an ongoing project in St. Lucia involving the collection of oral narratives from families who came to the Caribbean as indentured laborers... READ MORE >>