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Lessons offered by CARLOS
  • Individual
  • In group
The lessons will be held
  • at your home
Taught subjects
  • History
  • General knowledge
  • Sociology
  • Geohistory
Levels
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • College
  • Adult Education

ABD in Sociology with 16 years of teaching and tutoring experience in and outside the classroom

Methodology

BA in International Studies and a minor in Latin American Studies
MA in Latin American Studies with a concentration in Human Rights and Social Development
ABD in Sociology with a concentration in Transnational Studies
Various Certificates in Pedagogical Techniques and Theory
Various Certificates in Professional Development

Background

Been teaching Sociology since the Fall of 2000. This past fall marked my 16th year teaching. I average almost 100 students a semester and therefore I have taught upwards of of over 1500 students. I have taught students from community colleges to universities.

Rates

Transportation Fee : $5
Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $65
Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $130
Lessons offered by CARLOS
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
at your home
Taught subjects
  • History
  • General knowledge
  • Sociology
  • Geohistory
Levels
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • College
  • Adult Education

CARLOS's resume

Carlos Enrique Zeisel
9292D Fort Sumter Lane
St. Louis, MO 63126
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Academic Preparation

Ph.D., Sociology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D. Candidate
Concentration: Human Rights and Social Development in Latin America
Dissertation: Conceptions of Violence: Understanding Violence in the Post-War El Salvador (Expected Completion May 2018)

M.A., Latin American Studies, University of Kansas, 1997
Thesis: Role of Human Rights Organizations in the Promotion of Political Rights after the 1992 Peace Accords in El Salvador (August 1995)

B.A., International Studies; Minor: Latin American Studies, Austin College
(February 1995)

Institute for European Studies, University of Salamanca, (Fall 1993)

Teaching and Work Experience

Chamberlain College of Nursing, Visiting Social Sciences Professor, Summer 2016-Present
SOC 185: Culture and Society POLI SCI 330: Introduction to Political Science

Southwestern Illinois College, Sociology Instructor, Spring 2015 - Present
SOC 153: Introduction to Sociology SOC 203: Social Problems
SOC 255: The Family SOC 265: Aging and Society

Lindenwood University-Belleville, Sociology Instructor, Fall 2015 – Fall 2016
SOC 102: Basic Concepts of Sociology SOC 214: Family
SOC 220: Social Problems

Columbia College-St. Louis Campus, Latin American Lecturer, Fall 2015- Winter 2016
LACS 101: Latin American Culture & Society I LACS 102: Latin American Culture & Society II

Webster University, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology & Sociology, August 2014-December
SOCI 1100: Introduction to Sociology CRIM 1100: Introduction to Criminal Justice &
SOCI 3550: Sociological Theory Criminology

Southern New Hampshire University, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, College of Online and Continuing Education, August 2013-August 2014
SOC 112: Introduction to Sociology SOC 324: Crime and Violence in U.S. Society



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Mount Washington College (Formerly Hesser College), Sociology Instructor, January 2012-August 2014
SOC 111: Introduction to Sociology SOC 120: Contemporary Social Problems
SOC 205: Child Abuse & Neglect in Society SOC 260: Marriage and the Family
SOC 325: Social Conflict SOC 355: Race, Class and Gender
SOC 358: Victimology SOC 365: Deviance in Society

Saint Anselm College, Visiting Sociology Instructor, Department of Sociology, August 2012 – May 2013
SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology SOC 206: Social Problems Seminar
SOC 351: Special Topics, Sociology of Human Rights

Mount Ida College, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, August – December 2010 & August - December 2011
SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

North Shore Community College, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Department of Behavioral Science, January – May 2009 & January 2010 - May 2011
SOC 104: Criminology SOC 106: Introduction to Sociology
SOC 126: Race, Class and Gender

Lesley University, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Social Sciences Division, January 2008 – May 2009 & January – May 2010
CSOCL 1101: Introduction to Sociology CSOCL 3445: Race, Class and Gender

Franklin Pierce University, Academic Coordinator/Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities, Pierce Walk in Europe, April 2009 – December 2009
NT 312: Pierce Walk Seminar, Sociology of Spain and Portugal
NT 412: Pierce Walk, Spain, Austria & Italy LF: Language for Travelers (Spanish & Portuguese)

Newbury College, Adjunct Professor of Social Sciences, Division of Social Sciences, August 2008 – May 2009
SS 305: Global Studies

Franklin Pierce University, Adjunct Professor of Humanities & Social Sciences/Spanish Lecturer, Humanities & Social Sciences Division, August 2007 – May 2009
LS 101: Elementary Spanish I LS 102: Elementary Spanish II
LS 201: Intermediate Spanish I LS 202: Intermediate Spanish II
IC 210: American Experience LS 301: Advanced Spanish Grammar & Composition
IC 305: Science of Society LS 311: Spanish Culture and Civilization
LS 312/399: Spanish American Culture and Civilization

Salem State University (Formerly Salem State College), Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, August 2006 – July 2007
SOC 201: Introduction to Sociology SOC 301: Social Thought II, Rebel Thought
SOC 317: Gender and Society SOC 347: Social Inequality


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Morris College, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Division of Social Sciences, August 2004 – July 2006
SSC 100: Contemporary Affairs SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology
SOC 309: Courtship, Marriage & Family SSC 400: Social Science Seminar
SOC 401: Introduction to Social Research SOC 402: Social Theory


Online Courses Developed

SOC 112: Introduction to Sociology (Online Version), Secondary Content Expert
SOC 235: Race Relations and Minority Groups (Online Version), Primary Content Expert
SOC 355: Race, Class and Gender (Online Version), Primary Content Expert

Publications

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique. 2005. Review of the book Through the Prism of Slavery: Labor, Capital, and the World Economy. Contemporary Sociology. 34:5: 505-06.

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro and Cuellar, Benjamin. 2005A. “Libertad de expresión en El Salvador.” Proceso: Informativo Semanal. 26:1155: 12-13.

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro and Cuellar, Benjamin. 2005B. “Gloria y Mauricio: Imprescindibles” Proceso: Informativo Semanal. 26:1154: 14-16

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro and Cuellar, Benjamin. 2005C. “El derecho a protestar” Proceso: Informativo Semanal. 26:1153: 11-12

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Cruz, Pedro, and Cuellar, Benjamin. 2005D. “Desastres, ¿naturales?” Proceso: Informativo Semanal. 26:1152: 14-15.

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique, Pedro Cruz Martinez and Cuéllar, Benjamin. 2005E. “Propuesta para elegir fiscal” Proceso: Informativo Semanal. 26:1150: 14-16.

Zeisel, Carlos Enrique and Cuéllar, Benjamin. 2005F. “Siguen Las Muertes.” Proceso: Informativo Seminal. 26:1149: 8-9

Research Projects

“Adult Perceptions of Black Youth Psychopathology, Depression and Suicide: Implications for Juvenile Justice and Mental Health” funded by the W.K.Kellogg Foundation, Interdisciplinary Consultant (2005-06)


Awards and Honors

Who’s Who Among American Teachers and Educators (2006-07)

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Special Skills

Languages:
a. Spanish - Fluent (speak, read, write)
b. Portuguese – Proficient (speak, read, write)
Translation Skills
Extensive Research Skills
Extensive Internet Skills (UT-Lanic)

Professional Memberships

American Sociological Association (ASA)
a. Peace, War, Social Conflict Section
b. Human Rights Section
Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
a. Central American Section
b. Culture, Power and Politics


Conference Organization

Moderator, Panel: “Political Issue: War” 33rd New England Undergraduate Sociological Research Conference April 17, 2007 Salem State College Salem, MA

Moderator, Panel: “Political Issues and Everyday Life” 33rd New England Undergraduate Sociological Research Conference April 17, 2007 Salem State College Salem, MA

Co-organizer, Section on Peace, War, and Social Conflict Roundtables.
2004 Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, August 14-17, 2004 San Francisco, CA

Organizer, Panel: “Sociology of Human Rights” 2004 Annual Meeting, Midwest Sociological Society April 15 – 18, 2004 Kansas City, MO

Co-organizer, Section on Peace, War, and Social Conflict, Session: “From Conflict to Peace: Political, Economic, and Humanitarian Concerns. 2003 Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, August 16-19, 2003 Atlanta, GA

Professional Conferences and Presentations


2006-07 Salem State College Academic Colloquium and Publications Celebration, April 12, 2007
Panelist, Sociological Commentary on “Race, Slavery, and Liberalism in 19th Century American Literature.”




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Other Professional Experiences

Reviewer, Societies Without Borders: Human Rights Journal (2011, 2013 & 2014)
Reviewer, Pearson Publishing Co (Spring 2010-Fall 2014)
Reviewer , Sage Publications (Summer 2013)
Reviewer, McGraw Hill Publishing Co (2005-06; Spring 2011)
Reviewer , W.W. Norton Publishing Co (Spring 2011)
NSCC Faculty Development Program (2010-11)
Reviewer, Contemporary Sociology (2004-05)
Reviewer, Thomson & Wadsworth Publishing Co. (2004-05; Fall 2005, 2008-10)
Reviewer, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies (2003-04)


Research Interests

Educational Issues: Education and Social Change in the Americas, Case Study of El Salvador and Guyana
El Salvador: Agrarian Reform and the Issue of Land, 1992-Present
El Salvador: Role of Women in Promoting Human Rights after the 1992 Peace Accords, A Comparison
El Salvador: Violence in El Salvador After the Peace Accords: Political or Societal
Cultural Issues: Liberation Theology in the Contemporary Period, 1980-1995
Human Rights: U.S. Human Rights Policy in Latin America, 1960-1970
Human Rights: Sociology of Human Rights
Latin America: Social Movements and Civil Society in Latin America


Academic/Community Committees

School of Arts and Sciences Strategic Planning Committee (2006 – 2007)
Financial Aid Committee (2006 – 2007)
Foreign Language Waiver Committee (2006 – 2007)
Working Committee on Textbooks (2006 – 2007)
Departmental Curriculum Sub-Committee (2006 – 2007)
Cornerstone Fellow (2006 – 2007)

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