Jackson Bartlett

Jackson Bartlett

Assistant Teaching Professor of Honors College


Room:BA 114

Department: Honors College

Dr. Jackson Bartlett's research agenda examines issues of race, class, and gender; economic sociology; urban sociology; and black neighborhoods.  His work can be found in Issues in Race and Society and he is currently working on a book manuscript on the place of the black middle class in Detroit's urban renaissance.  Dr. Bartlett brings a proven track record of innovative teaching in the social sciences that will inform and transform our Honors College core courses in Global Studies (HONR 189) and Contemporary American Civilization (HONR 199) and broaden our Honors College Colloquium (HONR 390) course offerings.

In addition to his teaching, Dr. Bartlett co-advises the Honors College Diversity Project, a group of student leaders charged in making the Honors College an inclusive and just place to learn.


PhD in African American Studies
Northwestern University

Prior Employment

Northwestern University

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Intro to AFAM Studie 100 800 1500 - 1615 M W
Inquiries in Global 189 881 1230 - 1345 T R OL, room ONLINE
Inquiries in Global 189 882 1400 - 1515 T R OL, room ONLINE
Inquiries in Global 189 883 1530 - 1645 T R OL, room ONLINE