Kim Price-Glynn

Kim Price-Glynn: An Ideology of Collective-Intensive Mothering

Check out Associate Professor of Sociology and Urban and Community Studies Kim Price-Glynn’s recent article in Gender, Work & Organization titled “An Ideology of Collective-Intensive Mothering: The Gendered Organization of Care in a Babysitting Cooperative.” ***Abstract*** Babysitting cooperatives offer reciprocity-based short-term childcare for members. In practice, the babysitting cooperative (co-op) under study has contradictory outcomes that both relieve and […]

Kim Price-Glynn: “A ‘Care’ Agenda Is Essential Policy”

Check out Associate Professor of Sociology and Urban and Community Studies, Kim Price-Glynn’s recent article with Mignon Duffy titled “A ‘Care’ Agenda Is Essential Policy.” The article discusses the push for a comprehensive care policy to those in need during the recent pandemic COVID-19. ***Excerpt from Article*** Paid care infrastructure is only one piece of the puzzle. A […]

Gender and Identity: Forging New Paths Featuring Kim Price-Glynn

“Gender and Identity: Forging New Paths” in UConn Today features the work of Sociology Professor Kim Price-Glynn, along with fellowship recipients for the Wood Raith Trust. In the article Kim Price-Glynn, a chair of the fund’s committee, says “[t]he work these students are doing is so varied – some is domestic, some is international, and […]

Kim Price-Glynn Awarded Hartford Matters Teaching Grant!

The Sociology Department is pleased to announce that Kim Price-Glynn has been awarded a Hartford Matters Teaching Grant to support the development of a service-learning course, “Sociology of Carework.”   Established by the UConn Hartford Director’s Office, the Hartford Matters Teaching Grant supports faculty efforts to:     – center student learning through engagement and collaboration with people, places and organizations in the […]