Cameron Lippard, Ph.D.

 Courses Taught

  • The Sociological Perspective
  • Social Problems in American Society
  • Constructions of Gender
  • Race and Ethnic Relations
  • Wealth, Power, and Privilege
  • Sociology of War
  • Research Methods I and II
  • Senior Seminar
  • Summer Study Abroad Opportunities

Research Interests

  • Latino Incorporation into the American South
  • Latino Barriers to Health Care
  • Nativism and Racism in Post-Race America
  • Economic Disparities among Latino Migrant Workers
  • Sociology of War

Recent Publications


Carter, J. Scott, Cameron D. Lippard, and Andrew F. Baird. 2019. "Veiled Threats: Color-Blind Frames and Group Threat in Affirmative Action Discourse." Social Problems .

Lippard, Cameron D. 2017. “Heritage or Hate?: A Pedagogical Guide to the Confederate Flag in Post-Race America.” The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences 10(3). 

Lippard, Cameron D. and Elizabeth Thomas. 2017. “Struggling to Make Ends Meet: Identifying Barriers to Economic Self-Sufficiency for Women in Western North Carolina.” Sociation Today, 15(1) ( 

Lippard, Cameron D. and Seth Cohen. 2016. "More than Just Beer: The Pedagogy of Fermentation Sciences." Technical Quarterly, 5(3): 169-178.

Lippard, Cameron D. 2016. "Playing the 'Immigrant Card': Reflections of Color-blind Rhetoric within Southern Attitudes on Immigration." Social Currents (DOI: 10.1177/2329496515604640).

Carter, J. Scott and Cameron D. Lippard. 2015. “Group Position, Threat and Immigration: The Role of Interest Groups and Elite Actors in Setting the “Lines of Discussion.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity,1(3): 394-408.

Lippard, Cameron D. and M. Graham Spann. 2014. “Mexican Immigrant Experiences with Discrimination in Southern Appalachia.” Latino Studies, 12 (3): 374-398.

Lyubansky, Mikhail, Paul A. Harris, William E. Baker, and Cameron D. Lippard. 2013. “One Day on the Red Hills of Georgia”: The Effects of Immigration Status on Latino Migrants’ Experience of Discrimination, Utilization of Public Services, and Attitudes toward Acculturation.” Norteamérica, 8: 85-117.

Ghoshal, Raj Andrew, Cameron D. Lippard, Vanesa Ribas, and Kenneth Muir. 2013. "Beyond Bigotry: Teaching about Unconscious Prejudice." Teaching Sociology 41(2): 130-143.

Lippard, Cameron D. and Jammie Price. 2011."Latino Health Care in Southern Appalachia: A Community-Engaged Examination." Journal of Applied Social Science 5(2): 66-87.

Lippard, Cameron. D. and Amy Dellinger Page. 2011. "Driving While Non‐White: Exploring Traffic Stops and Post‐Stop Activities in North Carolina, 2005‐2009." Sociation Today. 9 (2).

Lippard, Cameron D. 2011. "Racist Nativism in the 21st Century." Sociology Compass, 5 (7): 591-606.


Lippard, Cameron and Bruce Stewart. eds. 2019.  Modern Moonshine: The Resurrection of White Whiskey in the 21st Century. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press. 

Lippard, Cameron D., Pavel Osinsky, and Lon Strauss. 2018. War:  Contemporary Perspectives on Armed Conflicts around the World.  New York: Routledge. 

Chapman, Nathaniel, J. Slade Lellock, and Cameron D. Lippard. eds. 2017. Untapped:  Exploring the Cultural  Dimensions of Craft Beer. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press. 

Gallagher, Charles and Cameron Lippard. eds. 2014. Race and Racism in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia4 Volumes. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press.

Lippard, Cameron D. and Charles A. Gallagher. eds. 2011. Being Brown in Dixie: Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Immigration in the New South. Boulder, CO: First Forum Press.

Lippard, Cameron D. 2008. Building Inequality: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration in the Atlanta Construction Industry. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Publishing.

Title: Professor, Department Chair
Department: Department of Sociology

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-6396

Office address
219 Chapell Wilson Hall


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