Encyclopedia of Religion
and Society

William H. Swatos, Jr. Editor

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(1904-) Awarded a Ph.D. in sociology by Georgetown University in 1930, Mundie joined the faculty of social sciences at Marquette University that same year and became department head in 1936. He left Marquette in 1943 to become a consultant in private industry. President, American Catholic Sociological Society, 1940.

Mundie's research interests lay in labor relations and in criminology. He participated in the meeting at Chicago's Loyola University in March 1938, which saw the foundation of the American Catholic Sociological Society, and was elected treasurer at that meeting. His presidential address was concerned with the family in transition.

Loretta M. Morris

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