Marla H. Kohlman
Professor of Sociology
Ralston House 201
740-427-7094 fax email@example.com
Marla H. Kohlman initially came to Kenyon as a Dissertation Fellow in 1998 and joined the faculty in sociology and African diaspora studies in 1999. Before coming to Kenyon, Kohlman was an attorney in Maryland and Washington D.C. Professor Kohlman's courses focus upon systems of stratification, examining gender and power, racial and ethnic identity, and other institutional frameworks of inequality. Kohlman's current research focus is sexual harassment in the military, the work/family balance in the legal field and academe, and a socio-historical exploration of relationship between Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.
Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park
J.D. Washington College of Law at The American University
M.S. American University
A.B. Haverford College
Kohlman, Marla H. 2010. "Spotlight: Anita Hill, Feminist Praxis Today and Yesterday" in Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook, Karen O'Connor, ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Vol. 1:204-208.
Kohlman, Marla H. 2010. "Race, Rank and Gender: The Determinants of Sexual Harassment for Men and Women of Color in the Military" in Advances in Gender Research: Interactions of Gendered Bodies at Work, at Home, and at Play, Vasilikie Demos and Marcia Segal. ed. Boston: Elsevier. Vol. 14:65-94.
Kohlman, Marla H. and Bette J. Dickerson. 2008. Intersectional Analyses of the Family for the 21st Century, a special edition of The International Journal of Sociology of the Family 34:2.
Murnen, Sarah K. and Marla H. Kohlman. 2007. "Athletic Participation, Fraternity Membership, and Sexual Aggression among College Men: A Meta-Analytic Review." Sex Roles. 57:1-2, pp. 145-157.
Kohlman, Marla H. 2006. "Intersection Theory: A More Elucidating Paradigm of Quantitative Analysis" in Race, Class and Gender for What? a special issue of Race, Class and Gender. 13:3-4, pp.42-59.
Courses TaughtSOCY 106: Social Issues & Cultural Intersections
SOCY 231: Issues of Gender and Power
SOCY 232: Sexual Harassment: Normative Expectations and Legal Questions
SOCY 241: Sociology of Gender
SOCY 262: Linking Classical Tradition to Contemporary Theory
SOCY 421: Gender Stratification
SOCY 463: Intersectional Theory