Bernadette Garam, PHD
Bernadette Garam, PHD
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department : Sociology
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 718-862-7406
Office : MGL 406
PHD, University of Chicago
MA, University of Chicago
BA, Maryknoll College Philippines
- United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, coordinating social issues on the Capabilities and Needs of the Disabled” for 14 Arab countries, stationed in Baghdad, Iraq 1986-89; UN Department of International and Economic Affairs, research and contributing to the UN document World Social Situation. New York Secretariat, New York 1980-86.
- Social Science Researcher coordinating research and planning for the Asia Region, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers , New York Headquarter, 1980.
- Canadian First Nations/Native Americans - Culture Preservation, History, Power, Conflict and Religion; Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Class in US and Globally; Social Stratification and Inequality.
Publications & Professional Activities
- “Students’ Perceptions of Race and Ethnic Relations Post Obama’s Election: A preliminary Analysis”. (With Jeneve Brooks). Race, Gender, Class 17(3-4). 2010.
- “How Diverse Are We? Comparing Racial Composition of NYC and the United States, 1980-2000.” Washington Center for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Education. 2008.
- “History of the Blueberry River First Nations” at the Turning the Tide Workshop. Blueberry River First Nations Reservation near Fort Saint John, British Columbia, Canada. June 22-24, 2010.
- “Culture Preservation, Healing and Self Identity of the Blueberry River First Nations” at the Annual Meeting of NAISA (Native American and Indigenous Studies Association), Tucson, Arizona, May 20-22, 2010
- “Students’ Perceptions of Race and Ethnic Relations Post Obama’s Election: A preliminary Analysis”. (With Jeneve Brooks), at the Race, Gender Class Conference in New Orleans, February 18-20, 2010.
- “Malaysia’s Unique Affirmative Action Program and the Bumiputra Policy”at the Global Dynamics in the Pacific Rim Session at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco August 7-9, 2009.
- “Affirming the Strength of Asian and Pacific Families” (With Pyong Gap Min)at the First National Asian and Pacific Catholic Convocation, Harmony in Faith, sponsored by the National Asian and Pacific Catholic Organization in collaboration with Migration Refugee Services, Office for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Washington DC, June 30-July 3, 2006.
- “Traditional Data Bases and an IDA Module” (With Elhum Hagighat), at the “Integrating Data Analysis into the Curriculum” Conference sponsored by the National Science Foundation, at Lehman College, June 2-3, 2006.
- With Ruth Narita Doyle and Alfred D’Anca “Impact of Changing Demographics on Local Churches Service Delivery in Yonkers”, at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR) , Philadelphia, August 2005.
- With Patricia Kolb “Teaching Ethnic Stratification: Race and Ethnicity from an International Perspective”, at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS) Washington D.C. March 19, 2005.
Recipient of Grants, Fellowships and Scholarships from: Ford Foundation, University of Chicago, Asia Foundation, Paper Industries Corporation of the Philippines, Ateneo De Manila University, for research and graduate studies; and from the International Sociological Association to present a paper on "Leadership Models: New Directions for Analysis" at the World Congress of Sociology in Uppsala, Sweden.
LLRN 122 Roots: Sociology
SOC 150 Roots: Soc/Native Americans
SOC 150 Roots: Soci/Anthr-Modern Asia
SOC 150 Roots: Sociology
SOC 150 Roots: Sociology - Gender
SOC 150 Roots: Sociology-Sex&Gender
SOC 150 Roots: Sociology/Anthropology
SOC 150 Roots:Sex,Gender,Identity
SOC 150 Roots:Soc/ Native Americans
SOC 150 Roots:Sociology/Anthropology
SOC 150 Roots:Urban Context(Fys)
SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 302 Race and Ethnicity
SOC 306 The Family
SOC 345 New York City Ethnic Communities
SOC 375 Internship
SOC 399 Sociology of Gender
SOC 465 Research in Sociology
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