Kelly Moore, PhD
Title/s: Associate Professor
Specialty Area: Sociology of Science and Knowledge; Political Protest
Office #: Coffey 441
CV Link: CV Moore (Dec 2021)
I am a political sociologist specializing in the politics of technologies and knowledge claims. I’m especially interested in how military technologies and forms of discourse spread and are taken up in everyday life, shaping racegendered affective and embodied experiences. My work has appeared in sociological and science studies journals, and books that include Disrupting Science: scientists, social movements and the politics of the military (Princeton, 2008) and The Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology and Society (with D.L. Kleinman, 2014). I teach courses on the sociology and politics of food, and courses on the relationship between science, technology and power. For more than 30 years I have been engaged in knowledge justice projects in the universities and departments where I have worked, and in my two major professional associations, the Society for Social Studies of Science, and the American Sociological Association.
University of Arizona, 1993
University of Arizona, 1988
University of Arizona, 1984
Kelly Moore, David Hess, Daniel L. Kleinman and Scott Frickel. 2011. “Science and Neoliberal Globalization.” Theory & Society 40: 505–532
Kelly Moore and Matthew J. Hoffman. 2014. Political Power and Social Theory 27: 223–258.
Kelly Moore and Judith Wittner. 2014. "Global Hunger and Global Obesity." Controversies in Science and Technology, v. 4, DL Kleinman, KA Cloud-Hansen, and J Handlesman, eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Alison Hope Alkon, Daniel C. Block, Kelly Moore, Catherine Gillis, Nicole DiNuccio and Noel Chavez. 2013. "Foodways of the Urban Poor." Geoforum 48: 126–135.
Kelly Moore. Disrupting Science: Social Movements, American Scientists, and the Politics of the Military, 1945–1975 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2008) Moore Chapt. 6
Kelly Moore. 2006. “Powered By the People: Scientific Authority in Participatory Science.” Pp. 299–323 in Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore, eds., The New Political Sociology of Science: Organizations, Networks, and Institutions. Madison, WI. University of Wisconsin Press. Science and Society Series, Daniel L. Kleinman and Jo Handlesman, eds. http://uwpress.wisc.edu/books/3618.htm
Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore. 2006. “Prospects and Challenges for a New Political Sociology of Science.” Pp. 3–31 in Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore, eds., The New Political Sociology of Science: Organizations, Networks, and Institutions. Madison, WI. University of Wisconsin Press. Science and Society Series, Daniel L. Kleinman and Jo Handlesman, eds. http://uwpress.wisc.edu/books/3618.htm
Kelly Moore and Nicole Hala. "Organizing Identity: The Creation of Science for the People" 2002. Research in the Sociology of Organizations 19:309–339
Kelly Moore. “: American Science and the Creation of Public Interest Science Organizations, 1955–1975.” 1996. American Journal of Sociology 101: 1592–1627.