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Samuel L. Perry - Department of Sociology | The University of
updated 4.6.2016
Samuel L. Perry
University of Oklahoma, Department of Sociology
780 Van Vleet Oval, Kaufman Hall, Room 335A
Norman, OK 73019
[email protected]
EMPLOYMENT
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Oklahoma, 2015-Present
Core Faculty, Religious Studies Program, University of Oklahoma, 2015-Present
EDUCATION
2015
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Chicago
2010
M.A., Social Sciences, University of Chicago
2008
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, summa cum laude (1st in class)
2003
B.A., Communications (Sociology minor), Augusta University
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Religion, Culture, Families, Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality, Collective Action
BOOKS
Perry, Samuel L. Forth. Children of Glory: Orphan Care and the Cultural Limits of Evangelical
Activism (under contract with New York University Press).
Perry, Samuel L. Broken Covenants: How Pornography Affects American Families and Religion
(in preparation, prospectus available).
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Perry, Samuel L. Forth. “Spousal Religiosity, Religious Bonding, and Pornography
Consumption.” Archives of Sexual Behavior (conditional acceptance).
Perry, Samuel L. Forth. “Does Viewing Pornography Reduce Marital Quality Over Time?
Evidence from Longitudinal Data. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Perry, Samuel L., and Andrew L. Whitehead. 2016. “Religion and Nontraditional Families in
the United States.” Sociology Compass (online first).
Perry, Samuel L. 2016. “Does Viewing Pornography Diminish Religiosity Over Time? Evidence
from Two-Wave Panel Data.” Journal of Sex Research (online first).
Perry, Samuel L. 2016. “Perceived Spousal Religiosity and Differential Returns to Marital
Quality across Racial and Ethnic Groups.” Family Relations (online first).
Perry, Samuel L. 2016. “From Bad to Worse? Pornography Consumption, Spousal Religiosity,
Gender, and Marital Quality.” Sociological Forum (online first).
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 2
Perry, Samuel L., and Andrew L. Whitehead. 2016. “Religion and Public Opinion toward SameSex Relations, Marriage, and Adoption: Does the Type of Practice Matter?” Journal for the
Scientific Study of Religion (online first).
**Equal authorship; authors listed alphabetically
Perry, Samuel L. 2016. “Spouse’s Religious Commitment and Marital Quality: Clarifying the
Role of Gender.” Social Science Quarterly (online first).
Whitehead, Andrew L., and Samuel L. Perry. 2016. “Religion and Support for Adoption by
Same-Sex Couples: The Relative Effects of Religious Tradition, Practices, and Beliefs.”
Journal of Family Issues 37(6):789-813.
Perry, Samuel L. 2015. “Pornography Consumption as a Threat to Religious Socialization.”
Sociology of Religion 76(4):436-458.
Perry, Samuel L., and Andrew L. Whitehead. 2015. “Same-Sex Adoption as a Welfare Alternative?
Conservatism, Neoliberal Values, and Support for Adoption by Same-Sex Couples.”
Journal of Homosexuality 62(12):1722-1745.
Whitehead, Andrew L., and Samuel L. Perry. 2015. “A More Perfect Union? Christian
Nationalism and Support for Same-Sex Unions.” Sociological Perspectives 58(3):422-440.
Perry, Samuel L. 2015. “Bible Beliefs, Conservative Religious Identity, and Same-Sex Marriage
Support: Examining Main and Moderating Effects.” Journal for the Scientific Study of
Religion 54(4):000-000.
Perry, Samuel L., and Andrew L. Whitehead. 2015. “Christian Nationalism and White Racial
Boundaries: Examining Whites’ Opposition to Interracial Marriage.” Ethnic and Racial
Studies 38(10):1671-1689.
**Lead Article
Perry, Samuel L. 2015. “A Match Made in Heaven? Religion-Based Marriage Decisions, Marital
Quality, and the Moderating Effects of Spouse's Religious Commitment.” Social Indicators
Research 123(1):203-225.
Cobb, Ryon J., Samuel L. Perry, and Kevin Dougherty. 2015. “United By Faith? Race/Ethnicity,
Congregational Diversity, and Explanations of Racial Inequality.” Sociology of Religion
76(2):.177-198.
Perry, Samuel L., and Andrew L. Whitehead. 2015. “Christian Nationalism, Racial Separatism,
and Family Formation: Attitudes toward Transracial Adoption as a Test Case.” Race and
Social Problems 7(2):123-134.
Cobb, Ryon J., Kevin Dougherty, Jerry Z. Park, and Samuel L. Perry. 2015. “Congregation Size
and Attitudes toward Racial Inequality among Church Attendees in America.” Religions
6(3):781-793.
**Equal authorship; authors listed alphabetically
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 3
Perry, Samuel L. 2014. “Religious Socialization and Interracial Dating: The Effects of Childhood
Religious Salience, Practice, and Parents' Tradition.” Journal of Family Issues (epub ahead of
print).
Perry, Samuel L. 2014. “Transracial Adoption, Neoliberalism, and Religion: A Test of Moderating
Effects.” Journal of Family Issues (epub ahead of print).
Perry, Samuel L. 2014. “More Like Us: How Religious Service Attendance Hinders Interracial
Romance.” Sociology of Religion 75(3):442-462.
Perry, Samuel L. 2014. “Conservative Christians and Support for Transracial Adoption as an
Alternative to Abortion." Social Science Quarterly 95(2):380-392.
Perry, Samuel L. 2014. “Hoping for a Godly (White) Family: How Desire for Religious Heritage
Affects Whites' Attitudes toward Interracial Marriage.” Journal for the Scientific Study of
Religion 53(1):202-218.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Urban Hybrid Space and the Homeless.” Ethnography 14(4):431-451.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Religion and Interracial Romance: The Effects of Religious Affiliation,
Public and Devotional Practices, and Biblical Literalism.” Social Science Quarterly
94(5):1308-1327.
**Special Issue: Race and Ethnicity in the United States
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “She Works Hard(er) for the Money: Gender, Fundraising, and
Employment in Evangelical Parachurch Organizations.” Sociology of Religion 74(3):392415.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Religion and Whites' Attitudes toward Interracial Marriage with African
Americans, Asians, and Latinos.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52(2):425-442.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Racial Diversity, Religion, and Morality: Examining the Moral Views of
Multiracial Church Attendees.” Review of Religious Research 55(2):355-376.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Are Interracial Daters More Supportive of Same-Sex Unions?” Social
Science Journal 50(2):252-256.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Multiracial Church Attendance and Support for Same-Sex Romantic and
Family Relationships.” Sociological Inquiry 83(2):259-285.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Social Capital, Race, and Personal Fundraising in Evangelical Outreach
Ministries.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52(1):159-178.
Perry, Samuel L. 2013. “Racial Composition of Social Settings, Interracial Friendship, and Whites
Attitudes toward Interracial Marriage.” Social Science Journal 50(1):13-22.
Perry, Samuel L. 2012. “Racial Habitus, Moral Conflict, and White Moral Hegemony within
Interracial Evangelical Organizations.” Qualitative Sociology 35(1):89-108.
**Winner: 2012 Patricia Lynn Baker Prize, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 4
Perry, Samuel L. 2012. “Diversity, Donations, and Disadvantage: The Implications of Personal
Fundraising for Racial Diversity in Evangelical Outreach Ministries.” Review of Religious
Research 54(4):397-418.
Perry, Samuel L. 2011. “Contact, Congregations, and Children of Color: The Effects of Interracial
Contact in Religious Settings on Whites Attitudes towards Transracial Adoption.” Journal
of Comparative Family Studies 42(6):851-869.
Perry, Samuel L. 2010. “The Effects of Race, Religion, and Religiosity on Attitudes toward
Transracial Adoption.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies 41(5):837-854.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
2013
Perry, Samuel L. Review of The Place of Religion in Chicago by Wilbur Zelinsky and
Stephen A. Matthews. Sociology of Religion 73(2): 231-233.
2011
Perry, Samuel L. “Diversity, Donations, and Disadvantage: The Implications of Race,
Class, and Gender for Personal Fundraising in Evangelical Missions.” Pp. 307-334 in
Reflecting God's Glory Together: Diversity in Evangelical Mission, edited by A. Scott Moreau
and Beth Snodderly. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library.
GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, & AWARDS (with financial amounts)
2014-2015
Residential Fellowship, Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture,
University of Chicago ($1,000).
2014-2015
Dissertation Fellowship, Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of
Religion, University of Chicago ($4,000).
2014
Student Research Grant, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion ($2,250).
2014
Summer Research Grant, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago
($3,000).
2014
Robert E. Park Lecturer Award, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago
($5,000).
2014
Public Policy Studies Lectureship Award, Public Policy Studies, University of
Chicago ($5,000).
2013-2014
Constant H. Jacquet Research Award, Religious Research Association ($4,000).
2013-2014
Research Grant, Social Sciences Division and the Center for the Study of Gender
and Sexuality, University of Chicago ($500).
2013-2014
Residential Fellowship, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality,
University of Chicago ($1,000).
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 5
2013-2014
Elected Graduate Student Representative to the Sociology of Religion Section
Council, American Sociological Association.
2013
“Honors Pass” on Special Field Essay, “Adoption in the United States,”
Department of Sociology, University of Chicago.
2012
“High Pass” on Preliminary Examinations, Department of Sociology, University
of Chicago.
2012
Patricia Lynn Baker Prize, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago ($500).
2011-2016
Marshal Field Fellowship, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago (full
tuition & stipend).
2010
Travel Grant, Asian and Pacific Americans' Religions Research Initiative
Conference ($250).
2009-2010
University Scholarship, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago
($15,000).
2008
W. H. Griffith Thomas Award (top graduating GPA), Dallas Theological
Seminary ($250).
2000-2002
Georgia HOPE (Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) Scholarship,
Augusta State University (full tuition scholarship).
INVITED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS
Perry, Samuel L. “How Pornography Use Impacts Families and Sexual Behavior.” Sexual
Assault Prevention and Response Symposium, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City,
OK, 2016.
Perry, Samuel L. “Till Porn Do Us Part? Pornography, Religion, and Family Life in the United
States.” University of North Texas Sociology Colloquium, 2016
Perry, Samuel L. “Orphans Need Families! Just Not Those Families: Mobilization and Moral
Boundary Work in the Evangelical Orphan Care Movement.” The University of
Oklahoma, 2015.
Perry, Samuel L. “Orphans Need Families! Just Not Those Families: Mobilization and Moral
Boundary Work in the Evangelical Orphan Care Movement.” University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara, 2015.
ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 6
Perry, Samuel L., and George M. Hayward. “Seeing is (Not) Believing: Longitudinal Effects of
Viewing Pornography on Religion. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting,
Seattle, WA, 2016.
Perry, Samuel L., and Cyrus Schleifer. “Till Porn Do Us Part? Longitudinal Effects of
Pornography Use on Marriage Outcomes.” American Sociological Association Annual
Meeting, Seattle, WA, 2016.
Perry, Samuel L. “Defining the Relationship: Interracial Couples in Multiracial Congregations.”
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Newport Beach, CA, 2015.
Schnabel, Landon, and Samuel L. Perry. “Religious Media Consumption and Attitudes toward
Same-Sex Relationships: Matching Analyses using Three National Surveys.” Association
for the Sociology of Religion Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2015.
Schnabel, Landon, and Samuel L. Perry. “Religious Media Consumption and Attitudes toward
Same-Sex Relationships: Matching Analyses using Three National Surveys.”
Engendering Change Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2015.
Whitehead, Andrew L., and Samuel L. Perry. “Christian Nationalism, Social Identity Complexity,
and Support for Same-Sex Unions.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual
Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 2014.
Perry, Samuel L., and Ryon J. Cobb. “United by Faith? Race/Ethnic Differences in Racial
Attitudes among Attendees of Multiracial and Non-Multiracial Congregations.”
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2014.
Perry, Samuel L. “Bible Beliefs, Religious Identity, and Same-Sex Marriage Support: Examining
Main and Moderating Effects.” Engendering Change Annual Conference, Chicago, IL,
2014.
Perry, Samuel L. “The Cause of the Fatherless: An Organizational Analysis of the Rising
Evangelical Adoption and Orphan Care Movement.” Society for the Scientific Study of
Religion Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 2013.
Perry, Samuel L. “Hoping for a Godly (White) Family: How Desire for Religious Heritage
Impacts Whites’ Attitudes toward Interracial Marriage.” American Sociological
Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, 2013.
Perry, Samuel L. “Multiracial Church Attendance and Support for Same-Sex Romantic and
Family Relationships.” Engendering Change Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2013.
Perry, Samuel L. “Religion and Interracial Romance: Beyond Religious Affiliation and Church
Attendance.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting. Phoenix,
AZ, 2012.
Perry, Samuel L. “Race, Religion, and Romance in the United States.” American Academy of
Religion Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2012.
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 7
Perry, Samuel L. “Religious Community and Racial Endogamy: The Impact of Congregational
Social Embeddedness on Interracial Romance.” Race and Religion Workshop at the
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2012.
Cobb, Ryon J., and Samuel L. Perry. “United By Faith? Race, Ethnicity, Religion, and Beliefs
about Racial Inequality in America.” American Sociological Association Annual
Meeting, Denver, CO, 2012.
Perry, Samuel L. “Social Capital, Race, and Personal Fundraising in Evangelical Outreach
Ministries.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 2012.
Perry, Samuel L. “She Works Hard(er) for the Money: Gender, Fundraising, and Employment
in Evangelical Parachurch Organizations.” Engendering Change Annual Conference,
Chicago, IL, 2012.
Perry, Samuel L. “‘I’m Not ‘Homeless,’ Homeless’: Hybrid Space and Identity Maintenance
among the Homeless Habitus of a 24-Hour Donut Shop.” Workshop on City, Society, and
Space at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2012.
Perry, Samuel L. “Interracial Contact, Social Capital, and Minority Fundraising Outcomes in
Evangelical Outreach Ministries.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual
Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 2011.
Perry, Samuel L. “Diversity, Donations, and Disadvantage: The Structural and Cultural
Implications of Race for Fundraising in Evangelical Outreach Ministries.” Society for
the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2010.
Perry, Samuel L. Soft Patriarchy, Complementarianism, and a Possible Date for Friday Night:
Gender and Its Implications for Personal Fundraising in Evangelical Outreach
Ministries.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Baltimore,
MD, 2010.
Perry, Samuel L. “‘A White Male Model of Business’: Asian Americans and Culturally White
Fundraising Strategies within Evangelical Outreach Ministries.” Asian Pacific
American Religions Research Initiative, Chicago, IL, 2010.
Perry, Samuel L. “An Examination of Interracial Contact in Religious Settings on Whites'
Attitudes towards Transracial Adoption.” International Conference on Parent Education
and Parenting, Denton, TX, 2010.
Perry, Samuel L. “The Effects of Race, Class, Gender, and Religious Background on Fundraising
in Parachurch Outreach Ministries: An Exploratory Study.” Society for the Scientific
Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 2010.
Perry, Samuel L. “The Effect of Religion on Attitudes toward Transracial Adoption.”
International Conference on Parent Education and Parenting, Denton, TX, 2009.
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 8
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2015-Present
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Oklahoma
Religion in the United States (undergraduate)
Sociology of Religion (graduate)
Race and Ethnicity (undergraduate – scheduled Fall 2016)
Race and Religion (undergraduate – scheduled Fall 2016)
Minority Groups (undergraduate – scheduled Spring 2017)
2014
Robert E. Park Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago
American Families: Inequality and Change (undergraduate)
2014
Lecturer, Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago (Awarded Lectureship)
Poverty, Race, and the Politics of Reproduction (undergraduate)
2013-2014
Teaching Intern, Department of Sociology and the College, University of
Chicago
Political Sociology (undergraduate)
Self, Culture, and Society (undergraduate)
2010-2011
Lecturer, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Collin College
Minority Studies (undergraduate)
Social Problems (undergraduate)
Introduction to Sociology (undergraduate)
2010
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of North Texas
Sociology of Religion (undergraduate)
2008-2009
Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, University of North Texas
Sociology of Religion (undergraduate)
Multiracial Families (undergraduate)
Race and Christianity (undergraduate)
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Service and Mentoring
2016
Reader for Comprehensive Exam, Sociology of Families
2015-2016
Faculty Research Liaison for the Sociology Department, College of Arts and
Sciences, University of Oklahoma
2015-2016
Faculty Mentor for Kara Snawder, MA student, Department of sociology,
University of Oklahoma
2015
Panel speaker for “Navigating the Job Market: A Mentoring Session for
Graduate Students.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion/Religious
Research Association Annual Conference, Newport Beach, CA.
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 9
2015
Convener and Panel Speaker for Author Meets Critics Session for The
Politics of Evangelical Identity: Local Churches and Partisan Divides in the United
States and Canada, by Lydia Bean. Association for the Sociology of Religion
Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
2013-2015
Volunteer Mentor, Graduate Student Mentorship Program, University of
Chicago.
2014
Panel Speaker on the topic of “Publishing in Graduate School,” at the annual
Spring Institute, University of Chicago.
2013-2014
Elected Graduate Student Representative for Sociology of Religion Section
Council, American Sociological Association.
2013-2015
Orientation Advisor for In-Coming Graduate Student Cohorts,
Department of Sociology, University of Chicago.
2010-2013
Presider, Moderator, or Discussant for numerous paper presentations at the
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion/Religious Research Association
Annual Conferences.
Ad Hoc Manuscript Reviewer (alphabetical)
American Journal of Sociology
Child Welfare
European Sociological Review
Ethnic and Racial Studies
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
Journal of Black Studies
Journal of Comparative Family Studies
Journal of Homosexuality
Journal of Marriage and Family
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships
Religions
Review of Religious Research
Sexuality and Culture
Social Currents
Social Problems
Social Science Journal
Social Science Quarterly
Social Science Research
Sociological Focus
Sociological Forum
Sociological Inquiry
Sociological Perspectives
Sociological Quarterly
Sociology of Education
Samuel L. Perry – vita, pg. 10
Sociology of Religion
Professional Memberships
American Sociological Association (Sections: Family; Race and Ethnic Relations; Sex and Gender;
Sociology of Culture; Sociology of Religion)
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
Association for the Sociology of Religion
Religious Research Association
Fly UP