vita_1003363 - CURRICULUM VITAE(August 2010 Pierrette...

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CURRICULUM VITAE (August 2010) Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo Current Position Professor, and Director of Graduate Studies, Dept. of Sociology University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089-2539 (213) 740-3606 [email protected] Executive Council of the American Sociological Association (2008-2011) Education 1990 Ph.D. in Sociology. University of California, Berkeley. 1984 M.A. in Latin American Studies. University of California, Berkeley. 1979 B.A. in Sociology. University of California, San Diego. Areas of Specialization International Migration; Latino/a Sociology; Gender and Migration; Informal Sector Work and Occupations; Qualitative Methodology; Religion and Social Movements; Awards, Grants, Honors 2010 USC-Del Amo Research Grant, summer 2009 Best Special Issue Award, from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals, for “Nation and Migration,” special issue of American Quarterly , co-edited. 2009 ¡Adelante California! Award 2007 Provost’s Initiative on Immigration and Integration, Research Grant to study economic integration of Mexican immigrant gardeners 2006 Mellon Excellence in Mentoring Award (for mentoring graduate students) Invitation as Visiting Professor, Program on Women, Gender and Sexualities, Harvard University (declined) 2005 Rockefeller Foundation Resident Fellowship in the Humanities, “Becoming and 1
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Angeles, for 2005-06. 2001-2003 7 book awards for Domestica (listed on pp. 4 of CV) 2002-2007 PEW-sponsored Center for Religion and Civic Culture, Research Grants to study religion, immigration and politics 2001 USC College Grant for Research with Undergraduate Students on Post-9/11 Backlash Ernest A. Lynton Award for Faculty Professional Service and Academic Outreach (national), Honorable Mention 2000 College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, General Education Teaching Award American Sociological Association Spivak Grant, for Applied Research, “Clergy Advocacy for Immigrant Workers” 1998 College Award for Research, College of Letters, Arts & Sciences, USC, for preparation of edited book on Gender and Contemporary U.S. Immigration. Raubenheimer Young Faculty Award, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, USC. 1997 Jesse Bernard Award, Honorable Mention, for Gendered Transitions. 1996 Institute of American Cultures, UCLA, Research grant, "Paid domestic work in Los Angeles." Postdoctoral Visiting Scholar at UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, fall. Visiting Scholar at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, "Perspectives on Los Angeles: Narratives, Images, History," spring 1997. Zumberge Fund for Interdisciplinary Research and Scholarship Grant, new approaches to the study of Latino L.A., with Professor Laura Pulido. Southern California Studies Center, USC, Research grant, "Domestic
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