Tamara K. Nopper’s teaching and research focuses on the intersection of economic, racial, and gender inequality, with a particular emphasis on entrepreneurship, banking, globalization, and urban development. Her publications have examined immigrant entrepreneurship, minority business development, the globalization of ethnic banking, and Asian American communities. Her current work looks at Korean immigrant entrepreneurship and post-Civil Rights era minority politics. She earned her Ph.D. in sociology at Temple University.
JSTD 350 Topics
SOC 202 The Family
SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice
SOC 208 The Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
SOC 318 Law and Society
SOC 404 Social Data Analysis