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Ph.D. Candidate Daryl Carr Remembered on WBUR

June 29th, 2015 in Graduate Students, News

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On June 21st, Ph.D. Candidate Daryl Carr was remembered in WBUR’s Remembrance Project, a series on Boston’s NPR News Station which focuses on memorializing “[o]rdinary people who have lived extraordinary lives.” WBUR’s Elissa Ely sat down with Daryl’s loved ones to speak about his life, including an early love of marine biology, his affinities towards languages and musical instruments, and his incredible generosity.

Listen to the entire feature here.

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Memorial Service Planned for Daryl Carr

April 7th, 2015 in Graduate Students, News

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Please join friends, family, and colleagues for a memorial service for Daryl Carr on Sunday, April 19th, 2015 at 2PM at Boston University’s Marsh Chapel. The service will be approximately an hour long, with a reception to follow.

A beloved member of the sociology community, Daryl received his B.A. in Political Science from Roger Williams University in 2007 and taught English as a Peace Corp volunteer in Jordan for two years before graduating with an M.A. in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2013. He joined Boston University as a Ph.D. Candidate in the fall of 2013.

Remembered by faculty and students as an exceptionally bright and humble individual, Daryl’s interests focused on issues of national identity, state formation and citizenship laws in the Middle East, specifically Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. Daryl passed away in February, 2015. His warmth, compassion and gentle sense of humor are deeply missed.

Directions to Marsh Chapel are available on the Chapel's website. We ask attendees to please arrive 15-20 minutes prior the start of the ceremony to minimize disruptions. Note also that it is both a Red Sox game day and the day before the Boston Marathon, which make cause travel or parking delays. Parking information is available from the BU parking website.

Collections of letters and notes to the Carr family will be collected at the service, or can be sent to the Department of Sociology, c/o Keryn Egan, 100 Cummington Mall, Boston, MA 02215. Notes, memories, and photographs of Daryl for a memorial book will also be collected at the ceremony, or can be forwarded to the Department of Sociology, c/o Emily Philipp, 100 Cummington Mall, Boston, MA 02215.

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Daryl Carr (1984-2015)

February 23rd, 2015 in Graduate Students, News

daryl11It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of Daryl Carr, a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Sociology.  A beloved member of the sociology community here at Boston University, Daryl is remembered by faculty and students as an exceptionally bright and humble individual, with a generous heart and terrific sense of humor.

Daryl received his B.A. in Political Science from Roger Williams University in 2007, after which he taught English for two years as a Peace Corp volunteer in Jordan.  He graduated with an M.A. in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2013 before joining Boston University in the fall.

Interested in the sociology of the Middle East, Daryl was committed to his research on national identity, state formation and citizenship laws in Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. He “hoped to better understand social problems there so he could contribute to the region’s struggles for social justice.” [1].

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Daryl brought such warmth, compassion, and understanding to our department. Ever cheerful, his presence in the offices, classrooms, and halls of the Sociology department will be deeply cherished and terribly missed.

We will miss him greatly.


Memorial services for Daryl have not yet been announced.  Additional information is available from BU Today.

Support is available for students through the Dean of Students Office, 617-353-4126; from Marsh Chapel chaplains, 617-353-3560; from clinicians at Student Health Services Behavioral Medicine, 617-353-3569; and from Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center crisis counselors, 617-353-7277. The Faculty & Staff Assistance Office, 617-353-5381, can provide confidential counseling to faculty, staff, and their families.

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