Today, Nel and me had a busy working day. Nel just arrived from town hall. The draft program (below) is ready. Quite a few plans we can fit in when we are over there.
Programma bezoek New York
29 april – 10 mei 2015
Woensdag 29 april
11:35 vertrek KL 6149
13:53 aankomst JFK
vervoer naar accommodatie per OV
Donderdag 30 april
12:00 Frans bezoekt Nico,
16.00 avond met Linda en Lau
Vrijdag 1 mei
08:30 vertrek richting Bedford Stuyvesant per subway
09:30 Ontbijtoverleg met prof. John Flateau, Medgar Evers College,
Per subway naar Harlem
02:00 Ontmoeting met Eddy-Yémil Rosario, Correctional Association of New York
Zaterdag 2 mei
Zondag 3 mei
Maandag 4 mei
09:30 te voet naar Center for NULeadership
10:00 Ontmoeting met Divine Pryor, Bryonn Bain (?), Kyung-Ji Kate Rhree
Dinsdag 5 mei
optie: CEOworks, Tani Mills
Woensdag 7 mei
10:00 vertrek richting Manhattan per subway
11:00 Ontmoeting met Greg Berman, Center for Court Innovation (en Larry Busching)
07:30 Dinner in Park Slope met John Mollenkopf, Kathleen Gerson, Michael Jacobson, Lynn Chancer
Donderdag 8 mei
PM Bezoek Riker’s Island
Vrijdag 9 mei
optie: CEOworks, Tani Mills
Zaterdag 10 mei
10:00 appartement verlaten, bagage opslaan
02:00 Vertrek per subway naar JFK
05:55 Vertrek KL0642 naar Amsterdam
Zondag 10 mei
07:25 Aankomst Schiphol
And some additional BIO’s of people we will meet:
Collegiate Professor of Arts and Science;Professor of Sociology
Ph.D. 1981 (sociology), M.A. (sociology), California (Berkeley); B.A. (magna cum laude) 1969 (sociology), Stanford.
Areas of Research/Interest:
Gender, Family, Families and Work, Work and Occupations, Social Inequality, The Life Course and Human Development, Social and Individual Change Processes, Qualitative Research Methods and Multi-Method Approaches, Social Policy and Social Change
My research agenda contains several interrelated projects exploring the social transformation of gender, work, and family life in post-industrial societies as well as ways to study these macro and micro processes. These include: (1) a study of “work and care in the new economy” that investigates how today’s women and men are navigating the new conflicts between earning a living and caring for others through in-depth interviews with a broad cross-section of women and men residing in places, such as Silicon Valley and New York City, that represent the cutting edge of economic and occupational change; (2) an NSF-funded study (with Jerry A. Jacobs) that unpacks the complex views Americans hold about the employment of married and single mothers and fathers; and (3) a book on in-depth interviewing (with Sarah A. Damaske) that provides an introduction to the theory and practice of qualitative interviewing.
Co-President Elect, Sociologists for Women in Society, Founding Board Member, Work-Family Researchers Network; Founding Board Member, Center for the Study of Women in the Professions, UC San Diego; Past President, Eastern Sociological Society; Past Board Member, Council on Contemporary Families; Editorial Board, Work and Occupations; Past Chair, Family Section, American Sociological Association; Member, Sociological Research Association.
Jessie Bernard Award, American Sociological Association; Distinguished Merit Award, Eastern Sociological Society; William J. Goode Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological Association (for “The Unfinished Revolution: Coming of Age in a New Era of Gender, Work, and Family”); Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University; Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation; Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research; Distinguished Feminist Lectureship, Sociologists for Women in Society; Honorable Mention, Mirra Komarovsky Book Award, Eastern Sociological Society (for “The Time Divide: Work, Family, and Gender Inequality”); A Best Business Book, Strategy Business Magazine (for “The Time Divide”); Finalist, C. Wright Mills Award and William J. Goode Distinguished Book Award (for “Hard Choices: How Women Decide About Work, Career, and Motherhood”); Charles Phelps Taft Lecturer, University of Cincinnati; Kingsley Birge Endowed Lecture, Colby College; research grants, Sloan Foundation and National Science Foundation.
Lynn Chancer is a Professor of Sociology at Hunter College and a member of the doctoral faculty at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She is the author of four books: Sadomasochism in Everyday Life (Rutgers University Press, 1992); Reconcilable Differences: Confronting Beauty, Pornography and the Future of Feminism (University of California Press, 1998);High Profile Crimes: When Legal Cases Become Social Causes (University Of Chicago Press, 2005); and Gender, Race and Class: An Overview (Blackwell, 2006). Professor Chancer has also written many articles in the areas of sociology of culture, feminist theory, criminology, media and social movements. She teaches courses on classical and contemporary sociological theory, gender and sexuality, and criminology and deviance.