Jessica Smartt Gullion, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Research, College of Arts and Sciences

Associate Professor

Jessica Smartt Gullion, Ph.D.

CFO 1211


Ph.D., Sociology, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas
M.A., Sociology, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
B.A., English, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Research Interests

Ethnography; Qualitative Inquiry; Post-Humanism; Health and Environment

Latest Articles

The Cheerleader: A Feminist Mom, Her Pre-Teen Daughter, and the Spaces for Girls in American Football
Continuum Journal of Media and Cultural Studies (2016)
Jessica Smartt Gullion


Diffractive Ethnography: Social Science and the Ontological Turn
Routledge (2018)
Jessica Smartt Gullion

Writing Ethnography
Sense Publishers (2016)
Jessica Smartt Gullion

In Sickness and and In Health: Sociological Perspectives on Healthcare
Cognella (2015)
John Malek-Ahmadi, Jessica Smartt Gullion

Fracking the Neighborhood: Reluctant Activists and Natural Gas Drilling
MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts (2015)
Jessica Smartt Gullion


Partnering with Public Health to Mitigate an Influenza Pandemic
in Introduction to Emergency Management, 2nd edition | CRC Press (2017)
Jessica Smartt Gullion

Arts-Based Research in Sociology, Anthropology, and Psychology
in The Handbook of Arts-Based Research | Guilford Press (2017)
Jessica Smartt Gullion, Lisa Shaefer

Chemical Industry
in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society, 2nd Edition | Sage (2015)
Jessica Smartt Gullion

You Must Be Superwoman! How Graduate Student Mothers Negotiate Conflicting Roles
in Teacher, Scholar, Mother: Re-Envisioning Motherhood in the Academcy | Lexington Books (2015)
Erin Greybill Ellis, Jessica Smartt Gullion

Internally Funded Projects

Pilot Project of Faculty Diversity Training Program
Texas Woman's University | $1,000.00 | 2019
Research Grant

Book Manuscript Editing
Texas Woman's University | $550.00 | 2019
Research Grant

Professional Affiliations

  • American Sociological Association
  • Association for Applied & Clinical Sociology
  • International Society for Infectious Disease
  • Intgernational Congress of Qualitative Inquiry
  • North Texas Bioethics Network
  • Southwestern Social Sciences Association
  • Texas Women in Higher Education