Susan Crawford Sullivan

Susan Crawford Sullivan


(Sociology, June 2005)
Thesis Title: Faith and Poverty: Personal Religiosity and Organized Religion in the Lives of Low-Income Urban Mothers
Committee: Theda Skocpol (Chair), Christopher Winship, Brent Coffin
Initial Position: Associate Professor of Sociology, Holy Cross College

Susan Crawford Sullivan is an Associate Professor of Sociology. She received her Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1996 and her Ph.D. in sociology from Harvard University in 2005. In 2009-2010, she was a visiting assistant professor and research associate at Harvard Divinity School. Professor Sullivan has academic interests in religion, poverty and public policy, family, and community-based learning. At Holy Cross, she teaches courses such as Sociology of Religion; Catholic Thought and Social Action; Women, Religion, and Poverty; Families and Societies; and The Sociological Perspective.

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