Carley, Robert individual record
- Assistant Professor, International Studies
- Associate Professor, The Texas A&M University System
education and training
- Ph.D. in Sociology, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 2012
- M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, George Mason University - (Fairfax, Virginia, United States) 2003
- B.A. in English and Philosophy, Rutgers University - (New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States) 1996
- Carley, R. F. (2021). Riotous Epistemology: Open Referentiality and Reconfigured Temporalities in AK Thompson's Black Bloc, White Riot. THEORY IN ACTION. 14(1), 71-71.
- Carley, R. F. (2019). A Materialist and Standpoint Critique of Social Movements' Theoretical Presumptions. THEORY IN ACTION. 12(1), 86-111.
- Carley, R. (2016). Theories of Ideology: The Powers of Alienation and Subjection. By Jan Rehmann.. Democratic Communiqu; Vol 27, No 1 (2016): Democratic Communique.
- Carley, R. (2015). Ideological Contention: Antonio Gramsci and the Connection Between Race and Social Movement Mobilization in Early Twentieth-Century Italy. Sociological Focus. 49(1), 28-43.
- Carley, R. (2013). Agile Materialisms: Antonio Gramsci, Stuart Hall, Racialization, and Modernity. JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL SOCIOLOGY. 26(4), 413-441.
- Carley, R. F. (2019). Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc Positioning Class Analysis in Critical and Radical Theory. Rowman & Littlefield International.
- Carley, R. F. (2019). Culture and Tactics Gramsci, Race, and the Politics of Practice. SUNY Press.
- Carley, R. F (2016). Collectivities: Politics at the Intersections of Disciplines. Lexington Books.
- Carley, R. F. (2020). Gramscian Critical Pedagogy: A Holistic and Social Genre Approach. Steinberg, S. R., & Down, B. (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies. 289-301. SAGE Publications.
- Molinna II, H., & Carley, R. F. (2019). Alie(N)ation: A qualitative multi-method approach to language, domination, and unauthorized migration. Harden, B. G. (Eds.), Imagined Borders/Lived Ambiguity Intersections of Repression and Resistance. 37-62. Lexington Books.
- Carley, R. F. (2010). A sociology of Shakespeare: or scattered speculations on capital, the symbolic, social structure and agency in Shakespeare's The merchant of Venice. Brooks, D. A., & Sharon-Zisser, S. (Eds.), Lacanian Interpretations of Shakespeare. 323-338. Edwin Mellen Press.
- (2009). Co-opting Culture Culture and Power in Sociology and Cultural Studies. Lexington Books.
recent teaching activities
- ENGL211 Foundations Cultural Studies Instructor
- ENGL309 Cultural Politics Instructor
- INTS201 Intro To Ints Instructor
- INTS205 Current Issues Intl Stud Instructor
- INTS211 Foundations Cultural Studies Instructor
Texas A&M University; International Studies Department; 4215 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4215