M.A. in psychology, San Francisco State University
B.S. in psychology, Towson University
Jessie Ball duPont Summer Seminar, National Humanities Center, 2015, 2010
American Sociological Association
Pacific Sociological Association
Southern Sociological Society
Introduction to Sociology
Sociology of Aging
Personality and Culture
Race and Ethnicity
Schools and Society
Administrative & Service Responsibilities
Previous Faculty Positions:
Professor (tenured), sociology, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL, 1999-2017
Visiting Assistant Professor, sociology, Hanover College, Hanover, IN, 1997-1998
Visiting Instructor, sociology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 1995-1997
Visiting Assistant Professor, sociology, Washington State University-Vancouver, Vancouver, WA, 1993-1995
Rousseau, N. (forthcoming). Experiencing society: An interactive introduction to sociology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Rousseau, N. (2014). Society explained: An introduction to sociology. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Rousseau, N. (2002). Self, symbols, and society: Classic readings in social psychology. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Rousseau, N. (1999). Internationalizing sociology in the age of globalization: A curriculum guide. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.
Articles and Other Published Materials
Rousseau, N. (2008). Secularization. In V. Parrillo (ed.),Encyclopedia of social problems(pp. 817-819).Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Rousseau, N. (2002).Instructor’s manual for self, symbols, and society: Classic readings in social psychology. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Rousseau, N. and S. Rousseau. (1999). Dr. King’s giant triplets: Racism, materialism, militarism. In L. Forcey and I. Harris (eds.),Peacebuilding for adolescents(pp. 17-33). New York: P. Lang.
Rousseau, N. (1998). A typology of seekership. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion,9, 75-96.
Rousseau, N. (1998). Book review [Review of the bookMillennium, messiahs, and mayhem: Contemporary apocalyptic movementsby T. Robbins & S. J. Palmer, eds.],Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 37, 548-550.
Rousseau, N. (1998). Book review [Review of the bookPrimitivism, radicalism, and the lamb’s war: The Baptist-Quaker conflict in 17thcentury Englandby T. L. Underwood],Review of Religious Research, 40, 189-190.
Rousseau, N. (1998). War and peace: A personal approach. In M. Ender (ed.),The sociology of peace and war: A curriculum guide(pp. 24-25). Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.
Commissioner on Jacksonville Human Rights Commission
World Affairs Council
Outreach to Jacksonville high schools
Upward Bound - Jacksonville University
Turkish Cultural Center
Co-organized community events for Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Community events concerning human trafficking
Community events concerning community policing
Frequent analyst on local radio, newspaper, and television news