Professor McLauchlan served as president of the University Senate. His current research focuses on relationships between globalization, community economic development, and environmental sustainability. He combines sociology with journalism in writing frequent op-ed columns for newspapers.
"Citizen Canines: How Community Activists Watchdog Transnational Corporations, Polluters, Government Bureaucrats, Land Speculators and Other Threats to Livability." (Book manuscript)
1997 "World War II and the Transformation of the U.S. State: The Wartime Foundations of U.S. Hegemony" Sociological Inquiry 1997, 67, 1, winter, 1-26.
1996 "Nuclear Politics on the Pacific Rim." Peace Review 1996, 8, 2, June, 283-288.
1996 "Planning United States Hegemony: Expansion and Intra-State Conflict over Postwar World Organization in World War II" Political Power and Social Theory 1996, 10, 39-92.
Ph.D. -- California, Berkeley
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