Anita Garey

Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Affiliated Faculty with Sociology

Office: 348 Mansfield Road
Telephone: 860 486-6266
anita.garey@uconn.edu

Ph.D. Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, 1993
M.A. Political Science, California State University,   Sacramento
B.A., English, California State University, Sacramento

CURRICULUM VITAE

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
The intersection of families with other social institutions
Sociology of motherhood
Families and Employment
Sociology of gender
Qualitative Methods


SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Editorial Board, Gender & Society, 2003-2005
Fellow, University of Connecticut Humanities Institute, 2002-03
2000 William J. Goode Book Award for Weaving Work and Motherhood, from the American Sociological Association Family Section
Fellow, Center for Working Families, University of California, Berkeley, 1999
Fellow, Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College, 1997-98


 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Townsend, N. W., Madhavan, S., & Garey, A. I.  (2006). Father presence in rural South Africa: Historical changes and life-course.  International Journal of Sociology of the Family 32(2): 173-190.

Garey, A.I. [interview]. (Sept., 2004). Conversations with the experts: A look at afterschool care.”  The Network News: A Sloan Work-Family News Publication 6(5), September, pp.1-5 (Newsletter of the Sloan Work and Family Research Network Network, Boston College).

http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/The_Network_News/03/The_Network_News_Interview03.pdf

Garey, A. I. (2002). Social domains and concepts of care: Protection, instruction, and containment in after-school programs. Journal of Family Issues 23(6): 769-788.

Garey, A. I., & Arendell, T. (2001). Children, work, and family: Some thoughts on ‘mother blame’ In R. Hertz and N. Marshall, eds., Working families: The transformation of the American home.  Berkeley: University of California Press.

Garey, A. I.  (1999). Weaving work and motherhood.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press. http://www.amazon.com/Weaving-Motherhood-Women-Political-Economy/dp/1566397006/sr=8-1/qid=1164472835/ref=sr_1_1/002-8066789-5533634?ie=UTF8&s=books

Hansen, K. V., & Garey, A.I, eds. (1998) Families in the U.S.: Kinship, and domestic politics.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press. http://www.amazon.com/Families-U-S-Domestic-Politics-Political/dp/1566395895/sr=8-2/qid=1164472835/ref=sr_1_2/002-8066789-5533634?ie=UTF8&s=books