Scott Fitzgerald

Scott Fitzgerald
Job Title: 
Associate Professor

My research and teaching coalesce around issues of economic inequality, the American middle class, social movements, and religion.


Recent Publications:

  • Fitzgerald, Scott T. (2014). “Is Equality the Goal? Challenging Economic Inequality in the U.S. and U.K "  Pp, 51-62 in Emmanuelle Avril and Johann Neem, eds., Democracy, Participation and Contestation: Civil Society, Governance and the Future of Liberal Democracy.  Taylor and Francis Press.
  • Fitzgerald, Scott T. and Jennifer L. Glass. (2014). “Conservative Protestants, Normative Pathways, and Adult Attainment” Pp. 97-118 in Lisa A. Keister and Darren E. Sherkat, Eds.  Religion and Inequality. Cambridge University Press.
  • Leicht, Kevin T. and Scott T. Fitzgerald. (2014). Middle Class Meltdown in America: Causes, Consequences, and Remedies. Routledge Press.
  • Leicht, Kevin T. and Scott T. Fitzgerald. (2014). “The Real Reason 60 is the new 30: Consumer Debt and Income Insecurity in the Late Middle Age”  The Sociological Quarterly 55(2):236-260.
  • Fitzgerald, Scott T. (2009). “Cooperative Collective Action: Faith-Based Community Development and the State.” Mobilization: The International Quarterly Review of Social Movement Research14(2):405-422.


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