Leviste, Enrique Niño

Full Time
Areas of Specialization: 

Specializes in Sociology of education, Political sociology, Global citizenship education

Professional Association & Recognition: 
Director, Institute of Philippine Culture
Editor, Philippine Sociological Review
Courses Taught: 
Fundamentals of Sociology (SOCIO 101)
Sociology of the Philippines (SOCIO 102)
The Contemporary World (SOCSC 12)
Introduction to Global Studies (SOCSCI 110)
Education and Social and Cultural Reproduction: Perspectives and Critiques (SA 181)
Sociological Perspectives on Politics in Southeast Asia (SA 176)
Quantitative Research Methods (SA 103)
Practicum I (SA 105)
Basic Statistics for the Social Sciences (SA 100)

Social Theory and Transdisciplinary Development (SOCDV 203.4)
Comparative Socio-Cultural Policy of EU and ASEAN (EU 251)
Perspectives and Critiques in the Sociology of Education (SA 240.50)
Introduction to Sociological Perspectives/Seminar on Issues in Sociological Theory (SA 211)
Sociological Perspectives on Politics in Southeast Asia (SA 240.48)
Advanced Political Analysis and Methodology (POS 260)
Research in Social Systems (SOAN 292.1)
Readings in Social Systems (SOAN 292.2)

Publications (last five years):
Leviste, E. N. P. (2021). Classrooms, controversies and insurgent citizenship: The teaching of contentious topics in two Philippine secondary schools, Pp. 101-126 in Theresa Alviar-Martin and Mark Baildon (eds.), Research on global citizenship in Asia. Information Age Publishing.
Trinidad, J. and Leviste, E. N. P. (2020). Towards greater access and impact: Directions for a sociological understanding of Philippine higher education. Industry and Higher Education.
Leviste, E. N. P. (2016). In the name of fathers, in defense of mothers: Hegemony, resistance, and the Catholic Church on the Philippine population policy. Philippine Sociological Review, 64(1), 5-44.


Selected Professional Associations, Awards and Recognition: 

2018 School of Social Sciences Pedagogical Innovation Awardee

National University of Singapore, PhD Sociology