Bruce Busching

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Bruce C. Busching a former professor of sociology, earned his bachelor's and doctoral degrees from Stanford University.

During his tenure at James Madison University, Busching taught courses in Critical Theory, Politics, Social Stratification and Social Movements. His research focused on U. S. politics, critical theory and methodology. His recent publications include the chapter, "New Approaches to Power in Grassroots Coalition Building," with R. Gingerich, published in Studies in Feminist Power (University of South Carolina Press, 1999).[1]

University of Wisconsin

In 1967, Busching was an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin.[2]

JMU YDS

The independent Young Socialist League of James Madison University, Harrisburg Virginia, was founded in 1996, and chartered shortly thereafter with the Democratic Socialists of America to become the Young Democratic Socialists of JMU (YDS-JMU). YSL (and subsequently YDS-JMU) was founded by disaffected members of the Young Democrats, assorted leftists, anarchists, progressives, feminists, Gay rights activists, and radical democrats (little "d"). Launched after frustration with the Democratic Party and the rightward-shift of liberalism, the progressive students found a home with YDS.

In just one short year, the Young Democratic Socialists of JMU grew to become the third-largest DSA Youth Section Chapter and the second largest political group on campus (eclipsing the College Democrats and the Young Libertarians).

YDS-JMU is a feminist, anti-racist, democratic, Socialist organization. Our projects have ranged from prison reform and non-violent drug legalization, to fighting the militaristic and homophobic R.O.T.C. on campus and taking on the racist I.N.S.

1998-1999 Executive Council of YDS JMU[3]

References

  1. http://www.jmu.edu/monty/YouCallTheseProfessors.shtml
  2. Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol 12, Ni, June 1967, page 117
  3. [1] Young Democratic Socialists of JMU , about us, accessed May 19, 2010