NATASHA KUMAR WARIKOO
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
Ph.D. and M. A. in Sociology.
Research on children of immigrants in New York City and
London public high schools, emphasizing youth culture, peer status, and race relations.
Inequality and Social Policy, Kennedy School of Government
in policy research and analysis, focusing on Public Policy, Economics,
Political Science, and Sociology.
Graduate School of Education
Ed.M. with concentration in Learning and Teaching.
Sc.B. in Mathematics and A.B. in Philosophy.
Member of Sigma Xi honor society.
Assistant Professor, Harvard University Graduate School of Education
Teaching Master’s and PhD students:
Cultural Influences on Racial and Ethnic Inequality in Education
Multiculturalism in Higher Education in the United States and Britain
Member of International Education Policy Master’s Degree Admissions Committee, and Committee on Degrees
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in US Studies, Institute for the Study of the Americas
School of Advanced Study, University of London
Taught Master’s and PhD students:
Immigrant Incorporation in the US
Racial Inequality in the US
MA Thesis advisor: A. Freeman
; J. Sharratt
); B. Kolenikova
Warikoo, N. (2011).
Balancing Acts:Youth Culture in the Global City.
University of California
Warikoo, N. (2010).
“Symbolic Boundaries and School Structure in Multiethnic Schools.”
Warikoo, N. and P. Carter.
“Cultural Explanations for Racial and Ethnic Stratification in Academic
Achievement: A Call for a New and Improved Theory”.
Review of Educational Research
“Racial Authenticity among Second Generation Youth in Multiethnic New York and
Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media, and the Arts
“Gender and Ethnic Identity among Second Generation Indo-Caribbeans.”
Ethnic and Racial