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Danielle Soulliere

Dr. Danielle SoulliereDanielle M. Soulliere, PhD, MA, BA
Associate Professor/FAHSS Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs

Office: 208A/B  CHT
Office Hours: By appointment only (scheduled)
Telephone: 519-253-3000 ext. 2029


Research and Teaching Areas

Cultural Criminology, Gender Studies, Media

Recent Courses Taught

  • Foundations of Social Life (48-110) at the first year level
  • Selected Topics in Criminology (48-370) at the third year level
  • Advanced Seminar in Constructions of Deviance (48-460) at the fourth year level
  • Critical Cultural Studies (48-671) at the MA and PhD level


  • PhD (Wayne State University - Sociology)
  • MA (University of Windsor - Sociology)
  • BA (University of Windsor - Sociology)

Recent and Key Publications

Book Reviews

  • Re-Thinking Men: Heroes, Villains and Victims, ed. by Anthony Synnott, Ashgate Publishing, 2010

Chapters in Books

  • "Televisualizing the Male Prisoner: Exploring Masculinity in Oz", Soulliere, Danielle M., in Buchholz, Zachary D.; Boyce, Samantha K., Masculinity: Gender Roles, Characteristics and Coping, (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2009), 115-137 pp

Articles in Refereed/Peer Reviewed Journals

  • Soulliere, Danielle M., Much Ado about Harry: Harry Potter and the Creation of a Moral Panic, Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 22(1): 37 pp, 2010


  • OPUS Teacher of the Year, 2006
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Science Kathleen McCrone Teaching Award, 2003
  • UWSA Female Teacher of the Year, 2003
  • UWSA Excellence in Teaching, 1999
  • University of Windsor Career Award, 1996
  • Board of Governor's Medal, 1992
  • Governor General's Silver Medal, 1992