Faculty & Staff
Areas of Expertise
Urban Sociology, Social Theory, Race and Ethnic Relations, Social Problems, Sociology of Music and Art, Field Methods
PhD, Temple University
Professional Publications & Contributions
Jacobs, Glenn. 2013. Localized globalism: Compliance with and resistance to immigrant marginalization by Latino community-based organizations in a gateway city. Latino Studies, 11, 4, 501–526.
Capetillo, Jorge, Glenn Jacobs and Philip Kretsedemas, eds. 2013. Migrant Marginality: A Transnational Perspective. New York: Routledge.
Movahedi, Siamak & Glenn Jacobs. (2012). "Death In The Service Of Life: Individual and Cultural Projections and Practices." In Marcelline Block and Christina Staudt, eds., Unequal before Death, 60-75. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Jacobs, G. (2009). Influence and Canonical Supremacy: An Analysis of How George Herbert Mead Demoted Charles Horton Cooley in the Sociological Canon. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. 45 (Spring): 117-144.
Jacobs, Glenn (2006). Charles Horton Cooley: Imagining Social Reality. MA: University of Massachusetts Press.
Jacobs, G. (2001). Educational Grievance, Privatization and Latino Mobilization: Chelsea. In C. Hardy-Fanta and J. Gerson (eds.) Latino Political Representation in Massachusetts: Struggles, Strategies, and Prospects. Garland Publishing Company.
Jacobs, Glenn and Ramona Hernandez (2001). Beyond Homeland Politics: Dominicans in Massachusetts. C. Hardy-Fanta and J. Gerson (eds.), Latino Political Representation in Massachusetts: Struggles, Strategies, and Prospects. Garland Publishing Company.
Jacobs, G. (1999). Observations and Queries on Santería: A Report from the Field. The Discourse of Sociological Practice. 1 (Winter): 2-7.
View Professor Jacobs's Curriculum Vitae
Urban Latino community-based organizations; head of the Trotter Institute research consortium on immigrant community-based organizations; Afro-Cuban musicians in a Havana barrio.