David Walls (academic)
David Walls (born October 21, 1941) is an activist and academic who has made significant contributions to Appalachian studies and to the popular understanding of social movements. He is professor emeritus of sociology at Sonoma State University (SSU) in California, where he was dean of extended education from 1984 to 2000.
Read more about David Walls (academic): Early Life and Education, Work in Washington, DC, Work With Appalachian Volunteers, Activism and Appalachian Studies At The University of Kentucky, Career At Sonoma State University, Recent Activities
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... Wallsstepped down as dean in 2000, and taught part-time at SSU for four years, retiring as emeritus professor in 2005 ...
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