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Thaddeus Atzmon

Thaddeus Atzmon
Graduate Student
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Research Interests

  • Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • Racial Identities
  • Antisemitism in the U.S.
  • Qualitative Methods
  • Social Theory
  • Sociology of Music


Thaddeus Atzmon is a Graduate Instructor in the Department of Sociology at Texas A&M University. His research interests include racial and ethnic relations, racial identities, antisemitism, qualitative methods, social theory, and the sociology of music. His dissertation work begins to develop a macro-level sociological theory of antisemitism in the United States that accounts for the ways white gentiles perceive the word “Jew”, Jewish bodies, and incidents of white nationalism. Atzmon is also a fellow of the TAMU Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE). He is interested in teaching Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Racial and Ethnic Relations, Classical Theory, Contemporary Theory, Quantitative Methods, Qualitative Methods, and Professional Development for Liberal Arts Majors.