Bose, Christine E. 1948–
Bose, Christine E. 1948–
CAREER: University of Washington, Seattle, assistant professor of sociology and women's studies, 1973–78, acting director of women's studies, 1975; State University of New York at Albany, assistant professor, 1981–85, associate professor, 1985–2001, professor of sociology, women's studies, and Latin American and Caribbean studies, 2001–, Collins fellow, 1992–, director of women's studies, 1978–81, member of executive committee of Center for the Caribbean and Latin America, 1984–86; Institute for Research on Women, founding director and member of executive board, 1987–91; Center for Latin America and the Caribbean, member of executive board, 1989–93. Russell Sage College, Hoffman Lecturer, 1995; guest lecturer at other institutions, including University of Costa Rica and University of Connecticut, 1986, Hartwick College, 1987, Stephens College (Columbia, MO), 1990, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and University of Bremen, 1991, Inter American University (Puerto Rico), 1998, and University of Wisconsin—Madison, 2001; symposium organizer; workshop presenter. Center for Women in Government, member of research advisory board, 1980–83. WRPI-Radio, news production manager for Face the Music, 1980–81; producer of radio recording The IQ Fallacy; guest on media programs.
MEMBER: American Sociological Association (president of Sex and Gender Section, 1989–90), Society for the Study of Social Problems, Sociologists for Women in Society (founding member of Albany area chapter), Social Science History Association (co-chair of Gender Network, 1996–98), Latin American Studies Association, National Women's Studies Association (founding member), United University Professions (academic vice president of local chapter, 1987–89), Eastern Sociological Society (vice president, 1999–2001).
AWARDS, HONORS: Radio Media Award, American Psychological Association, 1973, for The IQ Fallacy; Tribute to Women Annual Award, Albany Young Women's Christian Association, 1983; Excellence Award, State of New York and United University Professions, 1991; Bread and Roses award, Council of Women's Groups, State University of New York at Albany, 1993; grants from General Electric Foundation, National Science Foundation, American Sociological Association, Ford Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, and Latin American Studies Association.
Jobs and Gender: Sex and Occupational Prestige (monograph), Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD), 1973.
(With Priest-Jones) The Relationship between Women's Studies, Career Development, and Vocational Choice (monograph), U.S. Government Printing Office (Washington, DC), 1980.
Jobs and Gender: A Study of Occupational Prestige, Praeger Publishers (New York, NY), 1985.
(Editor, with Glenna Spitze) Ingredients for Women's Employment Policy, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 1987.
(Editor, with Roslyn Feldberg and Natalie Sokoloff, and contributor) Hidden Aspects of Women's Work, Praeger Publishers (New York, NY), 1987.
(With Edna Acosta-Belén) Albany PR-WOMENET Database: An Interdisciplinary Annotated Bibliography on Puerto Rican Women (monograph), State University of New York at Albany (Albany, NY), 1991.
(With Edna Acosta-Belén) Perspectives and Resources: Integrating Latin-American and Caribbean Women into the Curriculum and Research (monograph), State University of New York at Albany (Albany, NY), 1991.
(Editor, with Edna Acosta-Belén, and contributor) Researching Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, Westview Press (Boulder, CO), 1993.
(Editor, with Edna Acosta-Belén, and contributor) Women in the Latin-American Development Process, Temple University Press (Philadelphia, PA), 1995.
(Editor, with Barceló-Miller, and contributor) La Guagua Aérea: Proceedings of a Symposium on Migration between Puerto Rico and the United States (monograph), State University of New York at Albany (Albany, NY) 1995.
Women in 1900: Gateway to the Political Economy of the Twentieth Century, Temple University Press (Philadelphia, PA), 2001.
Author of curriculum materials. Contributor to books, including Smothered by Invention: Technology in Women's Lives, edited by Wendy Faulkner and Erik Arnold, Pluto Press (London, England), 1985; Institutions and Gatekeeping in the Life Course, edited by Walter Heinz, Deutscher Studien Verlag (Weinheim, Germany), 1992; Women of Color and the Multicultural Curriculum, edited by Fiol-Matta and Chamberlain, Feminist Press (New York, NY), 1994; Gender Mosaics: Social Perspectives, edited by Dana Vannoy, Roxbury (Boston, MA), 2001; and Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium, edited by Robin Morgan, Washington Square Press (New York, NY), 2003. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Latino/a Research Review, Signs, American Sociological Review, Technology and Culture, Science, Women's Studies International Quarterly, Social Science Research, and Social Science Quarterly. Gender and Society, member of editorial board, 1989–91, 1997–99, guest editor, 1990, editor, 1999–2003; associate editor, Insurgent Sociologist, 1973–78, Contemporary Sociology, 1980–83, and Sociological Perspectives, 1990–92; member of editorial board, Sociological Forum, 1995–2001, Latino Review of Books, 1995–, and Latino Research Review, 1995–.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Political Science Review, September, 1996, Rita Jalali, review of Women in the Latin-American Development Process, pp. 690-691.
Americas, January, 1995, review of Researching Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 449-451.
Choice, November, 1987, review of Ingredients for Women's Employment Policy. p.
Contemporary Sociology, May, 1986, review of Jobs and Gender: A Study of Occupational Prestige; September, 1988, review of Ingredients for Women's Employment Policy; November, 1989, review of Hidden Aspects of Women's Work, pp. 904-905; May, 1996, review of Women in the Latin-American Development Process, pp. 361-362.
Feminist Collections, summer, 1993, review of Researching Women in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Gender and Society, September, 1990, review of Ingredients for Women's Employment Policy, pp. 429-432; June, 2002, review of Women in 1900: Gateway to the Political Economy of the Twentieth Century, pp. 426-427.
Journal of Environment and Development, summer, 1995, review of review of Women in the Latin-American Development Process, p. 238.
Journal of Social History, winter, 2002, Margo Anderson, review of Women in 1900, p. 506.
Latin American Research Review, spring, 1998, Cornelia Butler Flora, review of Researching Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, p. 245.
Science, May 27, 1988, review of Hidden Aspects of Women's Work, pp. 1208-1209.
Signs, summer, 1995, Brenda Gayle Plummer, review of Researching Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 1042-1045.
Work and Occupations, May, 1990, review of Hidden Aspects of Women's Work, pp. 250-251.
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