Peter J. Seybold
Peter James Seybold, Associate Professor of Sociology, Indiana University.
He completed his Ph.D. in Sociology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1978. The thesis was titled "The development of American political sociology: a case study of the Ford Foundation’s role in the production of knowledge." 
- Peter Seybold, "The Struggle against Corporate Takeover of the University", Socialism and Democracy, Volume 22, Issue 1 March 2008 , pages 115 - 125.
- Peter Seybold, "Humanizing Introductory Sociology," in Professing Humanist Sociology (fifth edition), 2005.
- Peter Seybold, "The Ford Foundation and the Triumph of Behavioralism in American Political Science", in Philanthropy and Cultural Imperialism: The Foundation at Home and Abroad (Boston, Mass.: G.K. Hall, 1980).
- Peter Seybold, "The Ford Foundation and Social Control", Science for the People, May/June. 1982, pp. 28-31.
- Peter Seybold, "The Ford Foundation and the Transformation of Political Science", in Michael Schwartz (ed), The Structure of Power in America: The Corporate Elite as a Ruling Class (Holmes & Meier, 1987).
- Peter Seybold, "American Labor at the Crossroads - Political Resurgence or Continued Decline?" in Bruce Nissen (ed.) U.S. Labor Relations 1945-1989 (New York, Garland Publishers, 1990).
- Bruce Nissen and Peter Seybold, "Labor and Monopoly Capital' in the Labor Education Context", Monthly Review, Vol. 46, November 1994.
- Peter Seybold, "The Politics of Free Trade: The Global Marketplace As Closet Dictator," Monthly Review, Dec. 1995.
- Peter J. Seybold, "Book Review: Who Really Rules?: Who Really Rules?-New Haven and Community Power Reexamined, by G. William Domhoff. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1978.", Critical Sociology, 1980; 9; 91.
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- Peter J. Seybold, Indiana University, accessed May 8, 2010.