Sociology Welcomes New Instructors
Sociology at UM is pleased to welcome three new instructors for Spring 2018.
Blaine Bradshaw will teach SOCI 435: Law and Society online. Mr. Bradshaw is a practicing attorney in Drummond, MT and a UM alumnus. He received an M.A. in Sociology from the UM Sociology department in 1998 and a J.D. from UM Law School in 2001.
A recent graduate of the M.A. program in Sociology at UM, Ally Guldborg will teach SOCI 423: Sociology of Corrections, also online. Ms. Guldborg graduated in 2016 with a concentration in Criminology and has worked for the U.S. District Court, Probation and Pre-trial Services division in Missoula. She now lives in Billings.
Alexander Castleton will co-teach SOCI 318: Sociology Research Methods with Prof. Dusten Hollist. A native of Uruguay, Mr. Castleton is a visiting Fulbright Scholar from Carleton University in Canada where he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Sociology, focusing on the sociology of technology. While at UM he is working closely with Professor Emeritus in Philosophy, Albert Borgmann.