Christine E. Bose
Expertise: Stratification and Global and US Gender Studies
- Office: 330 Arts & Sciences Building
- Phone: please contact by email
- Mailing Address:
- 1400 Washington Ave.
Arts & Sciences 351
University at Albany
Albany, NY 12222
CV: Curriculum Vitae
- 1974 Ph.D., Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
- 1969 B.A., Mathematics, Wagner College
Recent Research Projects
- Professor Bose holds joint appointments in the Departments of Women’s Studies and Latin American, Caribbean, and US Latino Studies, along with her primary appointment in Sociology. Her interest areas are US and global gender inequalities, stratification and labor market issues, international development and migration, and race/ethnicity differences among women.
- She has published in the areas of occupational prestige and status attainment, women’s employment as it varies by ethnicity, the social impact of household technology, women’s work at the turn of the century (1900), gender and development in Latin America, women’s global carework and migration (2006), and global gender research (2009).
- She has published in several of these areas with an emphasis on racial-ethnic experiences including employment and poverty among Latinas, women and development in Latin America, and most recently on women's work at the turn of the century.
- Labor Markets
- Historical Sociology
- Global and Transnational Gender Issues
- Race/Ethnicity/Gender/Class Intersectionality
- SOC 221: Statistics for Sociologists
- SOC/WSS 344: Women in the Political Economy
- SOC 440Z: Global Gender Inequalities
- SOC 640: Gender Inequality
- SOC/WSS 644: Global Gender Inequalities