Justin Stoll

stollj@bu.eduJustin Stoll 2013


Justin Stoll is a doctoral student in the department of sociology at Boston University. His research focuses on the dissemination of organizational models and logics through transnational social activism, particularly in the case of global health and the movement for health as a human right.

Research Areas

Global Health, Social Movements, Organizations, Global Health, Social Movements, Organizations, Inequalities and Social Problems, Religion


Research Assistant, Spiritual Narratives in Everyday Life with Dr. Nancy Ammerman.

Courses Taught

Popular Culture SO253

Problems of Globalization SOC167

Social Movements – Quest for Justice SOC 265

Sociology of Religion SOC250

Introduction to Sociology SO100

Introduction to Sociology – Graduate Teaching Assistant


Chananie-Hill, Ruth A., Shelly A. McGrath, and Justin Stoll. 2012. “Deviant or Normal? Female Bodybuilders’ Accounts of Social Reactions.” Deviant Behavior 33(10):811-830.