Gary L. Grizzle
Department Chair and Professor of Sociology
Office: 333 Lehman Hall
Gary L. Grizzle, Professor of Sociology, earned a BS from Florida International University, an MS from Florida State University, and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Dr. Grizzle teaches courses on the family, social psychology, art, religion, and ethical issues in social science. He has presented conference papers and public lectures on both the sociology of film and urban legends; presented conference papers and published journal articles on remarriage after divorce; published multiple book reviews in both The Western Journal of Black Studies and Theory in Action; and served as a manuscript reviewer for Sociological Spectrum, Journal of Marriage and Family, Sociological Quarterly, and Sociology of Religion. His formulation of an anarchist sociological perspective derived from the writings of the Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin was recently published in Theory in Action.