Barry B. Levine
Professor Emeritus of Sociology
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1961
MA, Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, Sociology, 1965
PhD, Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, Sociology, 1973
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Dr. Levine's main theoretical interest is the relationship between society and the individual; particularly the degree to which societies foster or thwart human vitality. This is one of the issues behind his widely regarded Reflections on a Puerto Rican Life: Benjy Lopez, as well as behind his work-in-progress, The Impermanence of Industry: Who Gets to Make What for Whom. He was editor of the award-winning Caribbean Review. Among his publications are: El desafío neoliberal: el fin de tercermundismo en América Latina; The New Cuban Presence in the Caribbean; The Caribbean Exodus; and Problemas de desiguldad social en Puerto Rico. He is a Founding Professor of the University.