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Timothy Gorman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology. He conducts research on global development, food, agriculture, climate change, and migration, with a regional focus on Southeast Asia. At Montclair State, he teaches courses such as "Environmental Sociology," "Sociology of Rich and Poor Nations," and "Sociological Theory: A Critical Analysis." He received his PhD from the Department of Development Sociology at Cornell University in 2018.
- Recent Article: "Underdeveloping the Mekong?: Extraction and Unequal Exchange in Vietnam" [Sociology of Development (2020) 6 (2): 174–193]
- Recent Book Chapter: "From Food Crisis to Agrarian Crisis? Food Security Strategy and Rural Livelihoods in Vietnam" [Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam (2018): 235-266]