Mary Romero – Wikipedia

Mary Romero (Born November 12, 1952) is an American sociologist who teaches as a professor at Arizona State University.[1]. She served as President of the American Sociological Association (ASA) in 2019[2] and became known for her contributions to gender studies.[3]

After her bachelor’s degree on Regis College in Weston (Massachusetts) (sociology and Spanish) and her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Boulder[4] followed academic positions at various American universities. Romero has been a professor at Arizona State University since 1995.[5]

  • Introducing intersectionality. Polity Press, Cambridge 2018, ISBN 978-0-74566-366-1.
  • The maid’s daughter: Living inside and outside the American dream. New York University Press, New York 2011. ISBN 978-0-81477-642-1.
  • Women’s untold stories. Breaking silence, talking back, voicing complexity. Routledge. New York 1999, ISBN 0415922070 (edited with Abigail J. Stewart).
  • Maid in the USA. Routledge, New York 1992, ISBN 0415906113 (second edition 2002, ISBN 0415935415).
  1. Mary Romero an der Arizona State University

  2. American Sociological Association: Mary Romero
  3. Wendy Leo Moore: Introducing Mary Romero, 2019 ASA President, ASA-Footnotes, September / Oktober 2018.
  4. Mary Romero Takes Over as President of the American Sociological Association. In: Women In Academia Report, 5. September 2018.
  5. Background: Mary Romero, PDF


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