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Torelli Julian

Education

 

 

2018-2022, PhD Sociology, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario 

 

 

Teaching

Teaching Assistant

 

 

Leading tutorials, grading and facilitating student learning of sociological theory (classical and contemporary), sociological studies in deviance, qualitative (ethnographic) and observational methods, including helping students design, conduct and write up independent research projects and complete proper ethics clearance. 

 

Introduction to Sociological Theory (Sociol 2S06A/B), Dr. David Young, McMaster University, Fall & Winter 2016/17. 

Qualitative Research Methods (Sociol 3O03), Dr. William Shaffir, McMaster University, Fall 2017.

Contemporary Sociological Theory (Sociol 2LL3), Dr. David Young, McMaster University, Winter 2018.

Introduction to Classical Sociological Theory (Sociol 2KK3E), Dr. David Young, McMaster University, Fall 2018.

Sociology of Deviance (Sociol, 2BB3), Dr. Dorothy Pawluch, McMaster University, Winter 2019.

Sociology of Deviance (Sociol, 2BB3), Dr. Dorothy Pawluch, McMaster University, Fall 2019. 

Sociology of Deviance (Sociol, 2BB3), Dr. Dorothy Pawluch, McMaster University, Winter 2019. 

Research

Publications 

Peer-Reviewed 

Torelli, Julian. 2020. "Piecing Together the Meaning of 'Dirty Work.' Qualitative Sociology Review (Forthcoming), January, 2020. 

Torelli, Julian. 2019. “On Entering the Field: Notes from a Neophyte Researcher.” Qualitative Sociology Review 15(3):64-92.

 

 

Refereed Conference Presentations 

 

Torelli, J. (with Alessandro Drago & Emmanuel Guay). "Re-Examining the Rise of Fascism." Philopolis, Berri UQAM and McGill University, February 12th, 2017.

Torelli, J. "Photoethnography, Erving Goffman and the Reality of the Streets." International Visual Sociology Association (IVSA), Concordia University, June 22nd, 2017.

Torelli, J. "They Are Still Persons Seeking Services from Me": Responding to Client Aggression and Working with Homeless Sex Offenders." Qualitatives, 2019, The Transdisciplinary Efficacy of Qualitative Methods: Studying Everyday Life, the Empirical Tradition Continues, 36th Qualitative Analysis Conference, Department of Sociology, University of New Brunswick, May 10th, 2019.