Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Trinidadian-American sociologist noted for his early Marxist viewpoint on Fascism. He is a member of the Chicago school of sociology. Cox was born in Port the black anglo saxons nathan hare pdf Spain, Trinidad and Tobago emigrated to the United States and earned a bachelor of science degree from Northwestern University in 1928.
He then attended the University of Chicago Economics department and graduated with a master’s degree in 1932. From there, he continued at Chicago in the Sociology department where he graduated with a Ph. Cox lectured at Lincoln University of Missouri from 1949 – 1970 where he then moved onto a position at Wayne State University until his death in 1974.
Perhaps Cox’s most profound and influential if also “understudied” book was his first, Caste, Class and Race, published in the same year E. Franklin Frazier became the first black president of the American Sociological Association, 1948.