Rose, Peter I(saac)

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ROSE, Peter I(saac)

ROSE, Peter I(saac). American, b. 1933. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Race relations, Sociology, Travel/Exploration. Career: Sophia Smith Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, 1973-, and Director, American Studies Diploma Program, 1975-, Smith College, Northampton, MA (Assistant Professor, 1960-63; Associate Professor, 1963-67; Professor 1967-73). Member of Graduate Faculty, University of Massachusetts, 1965-. Instructor, Goucher College, MD, 1958-60; Visiting Professor, University of Leicester (UK), 1964-65, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, 1966-67, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1969, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, 1970, Clark University, Worcester, MA, 1970-71, and Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1983-84. Visiting Scholar, Stanford University, 1996. Ed., Research Bulletin on Intergroup Relations, Society for the Study of Social Problems and Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, 1959-63; Associate Ed., Social Problems, 1967-70; Consulting Ed., Random House publrs., 1965-80; Editorial Consultant, Time-Life Books, 1972-77; Associate Ed., Journal of Refugee Studies, 1987-91. Publications: They and We, 1964, 5th ed., 1997; The Study of Society, 1967, 4th ed., 1977; The Subject Is Race, 1968; Many Peoples, One Nations, 1973; (with M. Glazer and P.M. Glazer) Sociology: Inquiring into Society, 1977, 3rd ed., 1988; Strangers in Their Midst, 1978; Mainstream and Margins, 1983; Tempest-Tost, 1997; Guest Appearances, 2003. EDITOR: (and contrib.) The Ghetto and Beyond (essays), 1969; (and contrib.) Americans from Africa, vol. I, Slavery and Its Aftermath, 1970, vol. II, Old Memories, New Moods, 1970, rev. ed., 2003; Nation of Nations, 1971; (and contrib.) Seeing Ourselves, 1972, rev. ed., 1975; (with S. Rothman and W.J. Wilson) Through Different Eyes, 1973; Views from Abroad, 1978; Socialization and the Life Cycle, 1979; Working with Refugees, 1986; (and contrib.) Interminority Affairs in the U.S., 1993; Professorial Passions, 1997. Address: 103 Wright Hall, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]