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Dr. Giselle Greenidge

Dr. Giselle Greenidge

Email

Office

2355 Colden Hall

Phone

660.562.1765

Joined Northwest in 2019


Assistant Professor


Education

  • Ph.D. Sociology, University of North Texas
    • Concentrations – Global and Comparative Sociology, and Social Stratification
  • M.S. Merchandising, University of North Texas
  • M.S. Behavioral Sciences, Cameron University
  • B.A. International Languages, Cameron University
    • Minors – English and Political Science
  • A.A. Foreign Languages, T.A. Marryshow Community College

Courses Taught

  • General Sociology
  • Race and Ethnic Issues
  • Social Stratification
  • Research Methods in Social Sciences

Academic Interests

  • Globalization
  • Culture
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Social Movements
  • Education
  • Immigration
  • Text Mining
  • Visual Ethnography

Scholarly Activity

Publications

Select Conference Presentations

  • Greenidge, Giselle. Fashion Strategies among African Americans and Foreign Blacks: A Visual Analysis. Paper Presentation at the 100th Southwestern Social Science Association Conference (Louisiana, April 2021).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. What can Big Data tell us about Black Sentiment? Paper Presentation and Session Chair at the 46th Mid-South Sociological Association Conference (Virtual, October 2020).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. The Role of Dress in the Black Community: A Visual Analysis. Paper Presentation at the 99th Southwestern Social Science Association Conference (California, October 2019).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Social Movements, Sentiment, and Black Male Fashion Trends. Paper Presentation at the 45th Mid-South Sociological Association Conference (Mississippi, October 2019).
  • Greenidge, Giselle and Bernard Hurtault. Capturing Black Sentiment across the 20th Century. Roundtable Presentation at the 114th American Sociological Association Conference (New York, August 2019).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Understanding Black Sentiment across Time. Paper Presentation and Panel Chair at the 44th Mid-South Sociological Association Conference (Alabama, October 2018).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Factors Influencing the Dress of Black Protesters. Paper Presentation at the 98th Southwestern Social Science Association Conference (Florida, October 2018).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Social Mood and Fashion Consumption in New York. Roundtable Presentation at the 88th Eastern Sociological Society Conference (Maryland, February 2018).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. A Country’s Religious Freedom and Graduate School Attendance in the U.S. Paper Presentation at the 43rd Mid-South Sociological Association Conference (Tennessee, October 2017).
  • Greenidge, Giselle, Shanae Jefferies, and Cassie Hudson. Motivations for Remittances. Roundtable Presentation at the 112th American Sociological Association Conference (Canada, August 2017). 
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Social Media and Caribbean Culture. Paper Presentation at the 47th Annual Association of Black Sociologists Meeting (Canada, August 2017).
  • Greenidge, Giselle and Bernard Hurtault. The Impact of Big Data Methods on Social Science Research: An Exploratory Analysis. Roundtable Presentation at the 97th Southwestern Social Science Association Conference (Texas, April 2017).
  • Hudson, Cassie, Giselle Greenidge, and Shanae Jefferies. The Role of Citizenship Status in the Formation of Latino Immigration Policy Preferences. Paper Presentation at the 15th Global Studies Association of North America Conference (Texas, June 2016).
  • Greenidge, Giselle. Caribbean Students Adapting to American Higher Education. Paper Presentation at the 96th Southwestern Social Science Association Conference (Nevada, March 2016).
  • Greenidge, Giselle and Erma Lawson. The Process of Adapting to American Higher Education. Paper Presentation at the 41st Mid-South Sociological Association Conference (Louisiana, October 2015).
  • Greenidge, Giselle and Jessica Strubel. The Impact of Luxury Brand Attributes on Caribbean and African American Consumers. Paper Presentation at the Global Fashion Marketing Conference (Italy, June 2015).

Student Group Advisement

  • Co-advisor, International Student Organization (ISO)

Other Professional Experience

  • Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas
  • Legislative Fellow, Office of Congressman John Lewis
  • Instructor, Anglican High School, Grenada
  • Member, American Sociological Association
  • Member, Association of Black Sociologists
  • Member, Southwestern Social Science Association
  • Member, Mid-South Sociological Association
  • Member, Society for the Study of Social Problems
  • Member, Eastern Sociological Society
  • Member, International Textile and Apparel Association