Rep. Paul Luebke Biography 2013


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Rep. Paul Luebke Biography 2013

  1. 1. 1 Paul Luebke BIOGRAPHY Place of Birth Date of Birth Chicago, Illinois January 18, 1946 Employment Address N.C. General Assembly State Legislative Office Building 300 N. Salisbury Street, Room 513 Raleigh, NC 27603 (919) 733-7663 e-mail: Department of Sociology The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Greensboro, NC 27412 (336) 334-5295 2013-14 Legislative Committees: Agriculture Education Environment Finance – Vice Chair Government Public Utilities Education 1967- 71 Columbia University Ph.D. awarded 1975 Dissertation title: Political Attitudes in a West German Factory: A Political-Sociological Analysis of Chemical Workers. 1966-67 Johns Hopkins University Graduate student School of Advanced International Studies. 1963-66 Valparaiso University (Valparaiso, Indiana) B.A. awarded 1966 1962-63 Robert College (Istanbul, Turkey) Undergraduate student
  2. 2. 2 Employment History 1982-Present Associate Professor of Sociology, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1991-Present Member, North Carolina House of Representatives, representing Durham District 30 1979-80 & Visiting Scholar, Department of Sociology, The University of North 1986-87 Carolina at Chapel Hill 1976-82 Assistant Professor of Sociology, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1975-76 Assistant Professor of Sociology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1971-75 Instructor and Assistant Professor of Sociology, Tougaloo College, Mississippi Recent Publications Tar Heel Politics 2000. The University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Tar Heel Politics: Myths and Realities. The University of North Carolina Press, 1990. Review of five books about President Clinton entitled “The Matter with Bill.” The News and Observer (Raleigh), February 12, 1995. Op-ed essay, “In Defense of Majority-Minority Districts in North Carolina.” The News and Record (Greensboro), September 25, 1994. Book Review of Mildred Schwartz, The Party Network: The Robust Organization of Illinois Republicans (University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. Contemporary Sociology, July, 1994. “Social and Political attitudes in the November 1992 Greensboro Electorate.” North Carolina DataNet, Spring 1993 (published at Institute for Research in Social Science, Chapel Hill). Book Review of Cecil-Fronsman, Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina (University of Kentucky Press, 1992). Contemporary Sociology, October, 1993. Courses Taught at UNC-Greensboro Graduate Seminars: Social Conflict Social Movement Political Sociology Sociology of the Media Undergraduate Seminars Social Change Race and Ethnic Relations Collective Behavior The Senior Seminar in Sociology Public Opinion and Mass Communication
  3. 3. 3 Recent Service to the Campus Chair, Faculty Grievance Committee, 1995-present Member, Faculty Grievance Committee, 1994-present Member, NCAA Athletic Certification Self Study, Commitment to Equity Subcommittee, 1994-95 Public Service and Awards Member, North Carolina House of Representatives, 1991-present Member, North Carolina Partnership for Children, 1993- present Member, North Carolina Rail Council, 1993-95 Scholar-Activist of the Year, Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association, 1994 Community Service Lectures Lectures at which themes of sociology and legislative policy are merged (1993-95): Duke University, NC State, UNC Charlotte, UNC-Chapel Hill North Carolina Sociological Annual Meeting (1995) American Sociological Association Annual Meeting (1995)