Sociology, College of Arts & Sciences
UE East Hall 311
David C. Lane holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Delaware
David C. Lane is interested in teaching Social Problems, Deviant Behavior, Criminology, Social psychology, Collective Behavior and Social Movements, and White Collar Crime
David C. Lane is currently working on an ethnography of tattoo workers in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also researching the relationship between businesses and criminal behavior, and white collar crime in the aftermath of disasters.
- Ph D, Sociology , University of Delaware, 2013
- MS, Sociology , Virginia Commonwealth University , 2007
- BA, Sociology , Salisbury University , 2004
- Lane, D., Tats All Folks: An Analysis of Tattoo Literature, Sociology Compass .
- Lane, D., (2014), Explaining Body Deviance with Stigma and Carnival of the Grotesque, Routledge .
- Anderson, T. A., Swan, H., Lane, D., (2010), Institutional Fads and the Medicalization of Addiction, Sociology Compass , vol. 4, pp. 476-494.
- Lane, D., (2009), A Guide for Graduate TA Professional Development, Center for Teaching and Learning .
- Lane, D., Bromley, D. G., Hicks, R. S., Mahoney, J. S., (2008), Time Crime: The Transnational Organization of Arts and Antiquities Theft, vol. 24, pp. 243-262.
Awards and Honors:
- Senior Teaching Assistant Fellow , Center for Teaching and Learning University of Delaware
- Outstanding Graduate Student, Virginia Commonwealth University , 2007
- Lane, D. Legal Consciousness Among Tattoo Workers: The Mark of Law on Marginal Occuaptions. Presented at the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York City .
- Lane, D. The Other End of The Needle: Tattoo Work and Cultural Tradition. Presented at the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism, New York City .