Jason Struna

Jason Struna

Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology

Jason Struna trained as a labor process sociologist and focused his dissertation on warehouses and distribution centers in Southern California, and the relationships among workers and firms in that industry. While a significant theme of that work emphasized the impacts of globalization on those relationships, it also considered the role of labor and community organizations in mitigating some of the social problems workers in the region experienced. Struna is the author or co-author of several articles and working papers on warehouse workers, labor, social class, student service learning, and globalization. He also wrote “Toward a Theory of Global Proletarian Fractions,” in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology (2009). The article also was included in the volume The Nation in the Global Era: Conflict and Transformation (Brill, 2009). Struna edited the book Global Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation (Routledge, 2013).


M 1:30–3:30 p.m., TH 3:30–4:30 p.m., or by appointment.

BA Metropolitan State University of Denver 2003
MA University Colorado Denver 2008
Ph.D University of California, Riverside 2015
Social Theory SOAN 295-A 2234
Critical Studies of Orgs SOAN 352-A 2234
Senior Thesis SOAN 492-A 2234
Intro to Sociology SOAN 101-A 2238
Intro to Sociology SOAN 101-B 2238
Social Movements SOAN 240-A 2238

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