Professor Renfrow is intrigued with the unexamined, taken-for-granted systems of meaning that influence our everyday lives. As a sociological social psychologist, his research and teaching explore the micro-foundations of societal inequalities based on sex, gender, and sexuality. His recent work centers the body within sociological analysis.
1999 B.A. Eastern Kentucky University, Sociology (summa cum laude)
2002 M.A. University of Washington, Sociology
2005 Ph.D. University of Washington, Sociology
Renfrow, Daniel G., Terrence L. Wissick, Jr.,* and Christopher M. Guard.* Forthcoming. “(Re)Defining the Situation When Football Fans Rush the Field.” Sociology of Sport Journal.
Renfrow, Daniel G. and Elisabeth A. Rollo.* 2014. "Sexting on Campus: Managing Perceived Risks and Neutralizing Behaviors." Deviant Behavior 35(11).
Renfrow, Daniel G. and Judith A. Howard. 2013. "Social Psychology of Gender and Race." Handbook of Social Psychology. Edited by John D. Delamater and Amanda Ward. NY: Springer.
Kosier, Rebekah A.* and Daniel G. Renfrow. “Queering Fat Bodies, Regulating Teen Desire in ABC Family’s Huge.” Fat Studies. Conditionally accepted.
Renfrow, Daniel G., Alissa V. Toner,* Valerie A. Provenza,* and Leslie C. Green.* "Disavowing the Gym Bro: Tensions Among Contemporary Masculinities.” Project supported by a Wells College Faculty/Student Summer Research Grant.
Renfrow, Daniel G., Katherine Mouradian,* Valerie Schweigert,* and Kailin Kucewicz.* “Sexting on Campus: Defining Sexting, Conceptualizing Consent.”
*Wells College student
Wells College Institutional Review Board, Co-Chair
Ithaca City of Asylum, Board of Directors
Aurora Free Library, Vice President of the Board of Trustees