Alison Hall

Adjunct Professor of Social Sciences
Division: General Education
Email: alison.hall@becker.edu

Education

Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University (2013)
M.S., Barry University (2005)
B.A., University of the West Indies (1995)

Experience

  • Adjunct professor in social sciences, humanities and general education, Becker College
    (2011-present)

Courses taught/developed

PSYCH 2105 – Social Psychology
SOCI 1001 – Introduction to Sociology (Online)
PSYC 1001 – Introduction to Psychology

  • Adjunct Professor, Quinsigamond Community College (2009-present)
  • Adjunct Professor, Brown Mackie College (2005-2008)

Research

Co-researcher on Humboldt funded project to identify concepts of ethnicity and belonging among immigrants in South Florida utilizing the qualitative research method of narrative inquiry. Peer-reviewed article published. Nova Southeastern University (2007-2009)

Publications/Presentations

“Making it Stick: Facilitating learning within and beyond the GenNext Classroom,” 13th Annual Massachusetts Community College Conference on Teaching, Learning and Student Development. Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, April 9, 2010

“Relative Functional Insecurity: a new look at conflict and belonging” Seventh Biennial Graduate Student Conference – The New Generation of Ideas. University of Massachusetts, Boston, October 31-November 1, 2008

Hyphens of belonging: ethnicity and community among Haitians and Cubans in the United States” International Conference on Ethnicity, Belonging, Biography and Ethnography. University of Göttingen, Germany, December 7-9 2007

Hall, Alison (Contributor), 2010. Opening Doors: A Complete Guide to Success at QCC and Beyond. Plymouth, MI: Hayden-McNeil

Linstroth, J.P.; Hall, Alison; Prosper, Mamyrah & Hiller, Patrick T. (2009). Conflicting Ambivalence of Haitian Identity-Making in South Florida [104 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 10(3), Art. 11, http://nbnresolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0903118.

Hall, Alison (Forthcoming) “Connecting with GenText and Making it Stick: teaching co‐creatively for transformative learning”

Hall, Alison (Forthcoming). “Restructuring the Violence: An Analysis of Jamaica’s National Security Policy”

Hall, Alison (Forthcoming). “Human Rights and Structural Violence: A Jamaica Case Study”

Hall, Alison (Forthcoming). “History, Memory and Conflict: Collective Identity in the Jamaican Garrison Community”

 

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