Zachary V. SundermanEastern Gateway Community College · Sociology
Zachary V. Sunderman
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I study society and social life from an interpretive perspective that is informed by existentialism, hermeneutics, semiotics, rhetoric, and other fields as much as it is by my own discipline. I consider my work to be a sustained project oriented toward investigating the human condition through sociology, providing "empirical answers to philosophical questions." My first book, "Dilemmas of Allyship: White Anti-Racists and the Challenges of Social Justice," is available now from Routledge.
Dilemmas of Allyship investigates the political phenomenon of social justice allyship—in the form of white anti-racism—from a novel perspective. The book argues that 21st-century allyship is best understood as a set of socially mediated personal problems and challenges, and that these problems and challenges furnish the material with which many all...