George Wilson, Ph.D.

PROFESSOR

Merrick Building, Room 122F
gwilson1@miami.edu
(305) 284-6156

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                                 Last Updated On:  January 2017


EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University, 1995

  • J.D., School of Law, Rutgers University

  • M.A., Department of Sociology, Brown University

  • B.A., Department of Sociology, SUNY Buffalo (graduated Summa Cum Laude)


PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
  • Sociology


RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Race and Ethnicity, Social Stratification, Inequality, Labor Market


RECENT COURSES TAUGHT
  • SOC 303: Social Inequalities

  • SOC 304: Dynamics of Poverty in the United States

  • SOC 387: Race and Ethnic Relations

  • SOC 650: Social Analysis of Race Relations

  • SOC 651: Race Relations: Social Psychological Perspectives


SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS 
  • James Davis, Vincent Roscigno and George Wilson (2016) "Native American Poverty: Spatial and Labor Market Dynamics." Forthcoming in Sociological Forum.

  • George Wilson and Vicent Roscigno. (2016) "Job Authority and Emerging Racial Income Inequalities in the Public Sector."  Forthcoming in DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race.

  • George Wilson and Vicent Roscigno. (2016) "Job Authority and Support for Income Redistribution Policy."  Forthcoming in American Behavioral Scientist.

  • Ramsay Dahab and George Wilson (2016) "The Technological Rationale In The New Age of Globalization." Forthcoming in Civil Rights: Global Issues, Perspectives and Challenges of the 21st Century.  Edited by Nadya Columbus. Nova Publishers.

  • George Wilson and Vincent Roscigno (2016). "Wages and Privileged Employment in the Public Sector: Are African American Women Losing Ground?" Forthcoming in Underneath the Thinner Veneer: Multiculturalism and Inclusion in the Warkplace Eds. Sharon Collins and David Embrick.

EDITORIAL BOARDS
  • Deputy Editor, Social Currents, 2015 - present

  • Editorial Board, Research in the Sociology of Work, 2015 - present

  • Editorial Board, Sage Open Review, 2015 - present