Professor Kurt Reymers reymers@morrisville.edu
sociologist/anthropologist of technology and culture...

Spring 2023 Courses



SOCI 101 - Intro to Sociology

F2F (Bailey 201 T-Th 11am and Crawford 114 T-Th 2pm)

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SOCI 101-LN1 - Intro to Sociology

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ANTH 101 - Intro to Anthropology

F2F (Bailey 201 11am MW)

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SOCI 270 - Drugs, Society & Behavior

F2F (Bailey 201 2pm MW)

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My Spring '23 Schedule and Drop-In Office Hours:

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Open Office Hours
205 Crawford Hall

(no appointment needed)

Monday and Wednesday: 1pm-2pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10am-11am
Friday: No hours

or by appointment


Prof ReymersKurt Reymers, Ph.D.

Professor Reymers has taught sociology and anthropology at SUNY Morrisville since 2001. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University at Buffalo in 2004. Research interests include cultural evolution and memes (not just the internet ones), particularly the effect beliefs have on collective social behavior and trends, from fandom to economic behavior to political insurrections. He is also interested in social stratification, or the inequalities of status within and between societies.

Professor Reymers is also an avid music and podcast fan and creator, using his music in teaching and playing electronic and acoustic drums, iPads, and guitar for pleasure and entertainment. He is currently working with Professor Efimenko to produce a weird fiction podcast and other creative works. Having grown up in nearby Earlville, NY, he is a native of central New York, but spent twelve years living in the city of Buffalo, which he still considers a “home away from home."