Matthew May

Assistant Professor of Sociology

510B Varner Hall
(248) 370-2430

Curriculum Vitae

Personal website

Research Interests

Religion, Health, Work-Life Balance

Selected Publications

May, Matthew. 2018. “The Emergence and Decline of Southern Baptist Congregations in a Southeastern County, 1784-2011: An Ecological Analysis. Review of Religious Research 60(4): 455-75.

May, Matthew. 2018. “Should I Stay or Should I Go? Religious Commitment and Depressive Symptomatology.” Society and Mental Health 8(3): 214-30.

May, Matthew and David Smilde. 2018. “Does Funding Impact our Research? Causality, Normativity and Diversity in 40 Years of US Sociology of Religion.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 57(3): 432-49.

May, Matthew and Jeremy Reynolds. 2018. “Religious Affiliation and Work-Family Conflict among Women and Men.” Journal of Family Issues 39(7): 1797-1826.

Courses Taught

Intro to Sociology
Introduction to Methods of Social Research
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Sociology of Religion
Sociology of Gender
Sociological Theory