Jen Reck has been a lecturer in the Departments of Sociology and Sexuality Studies at San Francisco State University since 2006. At San Francisco State University, she has taught courses in LGBTQ studies, introductory research methods, action research, qualitative methods, gender, deviance, introductory Sociology, writing, sexuality studies, and the Sociology of youth. She has researched debates over same-sex marriage, lesbian intimate partner violence, and geographic marginalization of homeless and marginally housed LGBTQ+ youth in San Francisco. Her current research interests include criminalization of people experiencing homelessness and social movements around public accommodation access for transgender people.
Courses Offered Fall 2017
- SOC 394 Sociological Fields Methods
- SOC 467 Cultures and Society
- SXS 667 Queer Cultures and Society
Previously Offered Coruses
- SOC 300 Sociological Analysis - GWAR
- SOC 469 Gender and Society