Jeremy Schulz
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Jeremy M. Schulz

EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, Department of Sociology (2010)

Dissertation: “Work and Life in the Balance: Ways of Working and Living 
Among Elite French, Norwegian, and American Professionals”

          Shils-Coleman Graduate Student Paper Prize 
          Theory Section of the American Sociological Association. 

          International Training and Fieldwork: 
          Guest Researcher University of Oslo 
          Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 
          Guest Researcher Centre de Sociologie des Organisations (Laboratoire du CNRS) Paris 

          Qualifying Examinations: Sociological Theory 
          Economy and Society 
          Sociology of Culture

M.A. University of Chicago, Master’s Program in the Social Sciences

B.A. Brown University, Department of Philosophy


AREAS OF EXPERTISE

​Qualitative Methods
Sociological Theory: Classical & Contemporary
Sociology of Culture
Sociology of Work and Professional Occupations
Economic Sociology & Sociology of Consumption
Sociology of Gender, Family & Relationships
Digital Sociology 


APPOINTMENTS

2013-present Visiting Scholar in Residence
UC Berkeley Institute for the Study of Societal Issues

2010-2015 Affiliate
UC San Diego Center for Research on Gender in the Professions

2010-2012 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow
Cornell University Department of Sociology

2010 Visiting Scholar
Trinity College, University of Dublin, Department of Sociology


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. 2016. From Frontstage to Backstage: Eliciting Different Forms of Interview Talk.” Sociological Methodology.

Schulz, Jeremy. 2015. “Winding down the Workday: Zoning the Evening Hours in Paris, Oslo, and San Francisco.” Qualitative Sociology.

     Award: Shils-Coleman Graduate Student Paper Prize
     Theory Section, American Sociological Association.

Robinson, Laura. Shelia Cotten, Hiroshi Ono, Anabel Quan-Haase, Gustavo Mesch, Wenhong Chen, Jeremy Schulz, Tim Hale, and Mike Stern. 2015. “Digital Inequalities and Why They Matter.” Information, Communication and Society.

Jeremy Schulz and Laura Robinson. 2013. “Shifting Grounds and Evolving Battlegrounds: Evaluative Frameworks and Debates about Market Capitalism from the 1920s to 2000.” American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. 2013. “Net Time Negotiations within the Family.” Information, Communication, and Society.

Schulz, Jeremy. 2012. “Talk of Work: Divergent Cultural Repertoires in French, Norwegian and American Justifications for Hard Work." Theory and Society. 

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. 2009. “New Avenues for Sociological Inquiry: Evolving Forms of Ethnographic Practice” Sociology.

           Featured: Sociology’s special edited by Louise Ryan & Linda McKie
          “Exploring Trends and Challenges in Sociological Research”

          Reprinted “SAGE Internet Research Methods” Jason Hughes Ed. 
          in SAGE Library of Research Methods 

          Reprinted “Virtual Research Methods” Christine Hine Ed.
          in SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods 

          Reprinted “Approaches to Fieldwork” Sam Hillyard Ed.
          SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods Forthcoming 2014

Schulz, Jeremy. 2006. “Vehicle of the Self: the Social and Cultural Work of the H2 Hummer SUV.” Journal of Consumer Culture.

Schulz, Jeremy. 2002. “Metaphorical and non-Metaphorical Meaning in Ideological Discourses.” Culture, Theory, and Critique. 


BOOK CHAPTERS

Jeremy Schulz and Robinson, Laura.Forthcoming in 2014. Security-Autonomy-Mobility Roadmaps: Passports To Security in Beyond the Cubicle: Insecurity Culture and the Flexible Self, ed.Allison Pugh.

Schulz, Jeremy. 2013. “Channeling Time and Energy to Work and Home.” in Impediments to Empathy: Studies on Emotional Labour, Commodification and Time Binds eds. Gertraud Koch & Stefanie Everke Buchanan. 

Schulz, Jeremy. 2011. “Framing Couple Time and Togetherness Among American and Norwegian Professional Couples,” in At the Heart of Work and Family: Building on the Work of Arlie Hochschild, edited by Karen Hanson and Anita Garey, Rutgers University Press.

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. 2011. "New Fieldsites, New Methods: New Ethnographic Opportunities" in The Handbook of Emergent Technologies in Social Research, edited by Sharlene Hesse-Biber, Oxford University Press.


EDITED BOOKS

Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, and Shelia Cotten. Editors. Guest Editors: Joseph Straubhaar, Monica Martinez, Sonia Virgínia Moreira, and Samantha Joyce. Forthcoming 2017. Brazil: Media from the Country of the Future. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual.  

Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, and Shelia Cotten, Editors. Guest Editors: Hernan Galperin, Alejandro Artopoulos, Jason Beech, and Hopeton Dunn. Forthcoming 2016. ICTs and the Politics of Inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual.  

Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, Shelia Cotten, Tim Hale, Apryl Williams, and Joy Hightower. Editors. In press for March 2016. New Media Cultures. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual.  

Robinson, Laura, Shelia Cotten, Jeremy Schulz, Tim Hale, and Apryl Williams. Editors. 2015. Digital Distinctions & Inequalities. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual.  

Robinson, Laura, Shelia Cotten, and Jeremy Schulz. Editors. 2015. Politics, Participation, and Production. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual. 

Robinson, Laura, Shelia Cotten, and Jeremy Schulz. Editors. 2014. Doing and Being Digital: Mediated Childhoods. In Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: Communication and Information Technologies Annual. 


OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz and. “Sociology of Culture.” 2016. In the International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy, edited K. Bruhn Jensen, R. T. Craig, and J. Pooley, and E. Rothbuhler. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Hyperconsumption/Overconsumption.” 2007. In the Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by George Ritzer. London: Blackwell.

Schulz, Jeremy. Review of “95 Theses on Politics, Culture, and Method.” 2006. Social Forces.


GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND HONORS

2010-2012 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow
Cornell University Department of Sociology

2010 Research Grant 
American-Scandinavian Foundation 

2010 Shils-Coleman Graduate Student Paper Prize
ASA Theory Section 

2010 Visiting Scholar
University of Dublin, Trinity College.

2009 Research Grant
Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley

2007-8 Labor and Employment Research Fund Dissertation Fellowship
Office of the President, University of California

2006 Fernström Travel-Research Grant 
UC Berkeley Scandinavian Department

2005-6 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship in Norwegian
UC Berkeley Institute of European Studies 

2003-4, 2006 Guest Researcher 
University of Oslo, Norway

2005 Guest Researcher 
Centre de Sociologie des Organisations (Laboratoire du CNRS) Paris, France

2005 Departmental Award 
UC Berkeley Department of Sociology

2003-4 Research Fellowship 
American-Scandinavian Foundation 

2001-2 Dean’s Normative Time Fellowship 
UC Berkeley Graduate Division

2001 Graduate Division Progress Award 
UC Berkeley Graduate Division

1996-7 Divisional Grant
University of Chicago Graduate Division


INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Schulz, Jeremy, “Work Meets Life Meets Country.” Department of Sociology, University of Oslo, Oslo June 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Youth, New Media, Academic Achievement, and Social Reproduction.” Digital Society in Context, New Media Studies Workshop, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, May 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy, “Organizing the Evening in Paris, Oslo, and San Francisco: A Cross-national Study of Professionals’ Evening Routines”, Observatoire Sociologique du Changement, Sciences Po, Paris, June 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Loan Aversion and Loan Tolerance Among Disadvantaged High School Students." Cornell University, Department of Sociology Center for the Study of Economy and Society, April 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy, “A Primer on Set-Theoretic Methods,” Cornell University, Department of Sociology Center for the Study of Economy and Society, April 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy, "Vital Energy Flows in and Outside the Family," workshop presentation at Bringing the Family Back in Workshop. Universität Osnabrück (Germany), November 2011.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Vehicle of the Self: the Status Work of the H2 Hummer in LA and SF." at New Perspectives on Social Distinction workshop. University of Oxford, Maison Française, November 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “The Formation of the Temporal Habitus: The Influence of Macro Context.” Cornell University, Department of Sociology Center for the Study of Economy and Society, October 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Transatlantic Divergences in European and American Justifications for Hard Work.” University of Aberdeen, Department of Sociology, October 2010. 

Schulz, Jeremy. “Extreme Work Among Norwegian and American Professionals: Convergences and Divergences.” Work Research Institute, Oslo, Norway, October 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Information Seeking and Career Aspirations Among Economically Disadvantaged Youth.” The Norwegian Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research, and Education, Oslo, Norway, October 2010.

“Developing a Taste for the Necessary: A Bourdieuian Approach to Digital Inequality Among 
American High School Students” (with Laura Robinson). UC Berkeley, Center for Globalization 
and Information Technology, March 2009.

Schulz, Jeremy. “The Meanings of Work and Success for the Professional Elite.” UC Berkeley, Department of Sociology, Center for Cultural Organizations and Politics, October 2008.


PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Schulz, Jeremy. “Combining Ethnosurvey Data with Set-Theoretic Methods: An Application to Gender and Debt American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, August 2016.

 Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. “From Fronstage to Backstage: Eliciting Multiple Forms of Interview Talk.” American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, August 2015.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Security-Autonomy-Mobility Roadmaps: Passports to Security.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 2014.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Digital Stratification Meets Offline Stratification: Predicting Academic Performance and College Plans.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 2014.

Jeremy, Schulz. “The Study of Culture: Interview Talk and Evidence.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August 2013.

Jeremy Schulz and Øyvind Wiborg. “Gifts of Technology and Time.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Using Fuzzy Set and Crisp Set QCA to Understand New Media Practices and Academic Performance: The Case of High School Students in California.” International Communication Association QCA mini-conference, London, June 2013.

Jeremy Schulz and Laura Robinson. “Freeways, Detours, and Dead Ends: Unequal Searching Among Partially Wired Youth.” International Communication Association Annual Conference, London, UK, June 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy. Commentator/Critic on Author-Meets-Critics session for Islands of Privacy (Christena Nipper-Eng). Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL March 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy and Laura Robinson. "Net Time Negotiations: Distributing Technology and Time within the Family.” Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL March 2013.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Vertical Discontinuities and Social Orders in the Work of Coleman, Luhmann, and Bourdieu.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Avoiding Debt, Tolerating Debt: A Fuzzy-set Analysis of Stances Towards Educational Loans Among Low-income Students." American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Loan Aversion and Loan Tolerance Among Disadvantaged High School Students." Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, March 2012.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Working, Partnering, and Parenting Among Elite Male Management Consultants in Paris, Oslo, and San Francisco." American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, August 2011.

Schulz, Jeremy and Laura Robinson. "Information Seeking Situations Among Striver Students." American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, August 2011.

Schulz, Jeremy. "Workscapes and Work Rhythms Among European and American Professionals." European Consortium for Political Research, Reykjavik, Iceland, August 2011.

Wiborg, Øyvind, Jeremy Schulz, and Laura Robinson. "Informational Exclusion and Precarious Futures: The Experiences of Informationally Disadvantaged American Youths." European Consortium for Political Research, Reykjavik, Iceland, August 2011.

Schulz, Jeremy. “The Influence of Societal Macrocontext on Partnership Patterns and Family Aspirations: A Cross-National Comparison of Elite French, Norwegian, and American Male Management Consultants” Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, February 2011. 

Schulz, Jeremy. “Counterpressures to Extreme Work Among Norwegian and Non-Norwegian Business Professionals.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2010. 

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz “The Hidden Link: Digital Inequality and Aspirations.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Zoning the Evening: Comparing the Evening Routines of French, Norwegian, and American Business Professionals.” International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Digital Inequality and Career Aspirations: The Ripple Effect of Unequal Access to Resources.” Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, CA, April 2010.

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. “Digital Inequality, Culture, and Information Habitus: An Examination of International Youth.” International Studies Association Convention in New Orleans, LA, February 2010.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Practical Logics, Logical Logics, and Allocative Strategies: Approaches to Time and Energy Consumption Among American and Norwegian Professionals.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 2009.

Robinson, Laura and Jeremy Schulz. “Information Seeking and Evaluation Among Economically Disadvantaged Youth: Examining the Effects of Digital Inequality." Southern Sociological Society Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2009.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Paradigms of Self-Fulfillment in the Narratives of American and Norwegian Professional Men.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2008.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Work Devotion as Perceived by Intimate Partners: A Cross-National Study of Work Devotion.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August 2007.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Vital Energy in the Lives of American and Norwegian Consultants.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., August 2007.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Vehicle of the Self: The Social and Cultural Work of the Hummer.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2004.

Schulz, Jeremy. “Culture and Property Institutions: Privatism and Communalism.” UCSB Culture and Institutions Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, March 2003. 

Schulz, Jeremy. “The Life-Modality and Ideology of Consumer Choice in Market Society.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2002. 

Schulz, Jeremy. “Commodifying Expert Services in Higher Education: a Process of Cultural Diffusion?” International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia, July 2002.


MEDIA AND PUBLIC SERVICE 

Invited discussant on BBC Channel 4 “Thinking Allowed” broadcast on “Automobility and the Hummer SUV,” London. December 13, 2006. 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES

ASA Consumers and Consumption Section:
Council Member 2013-2014

Referee:
American Journal of Sociology
American Sociological Review
Sociological Theory 
Sociological Perspectives

Academic Editor: 
The Social Issues Collection, Routledge

Book Reviewer: 
Routledge


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Sociological Association
International Sociological Association


LANGUAGES 

Norwegian (fluent) 
French (reading) 
German (reading)