Education: Ph.D., Northwestern University
Research interests: Race, diversity, culture, inequality, law and organizations, cities, qualitative methods
SOC 315: Sociology of City Life
SOC 341: Environment & Society
SOC 446: Environmental Sociology
SOC 556: Race & Racism (graduate)
SOC 531: Qualitative Methods (graduate)
Bio: Ellen Berrey is an assistant professor of sociology at UB and an affiliated scholar of the American Bar Foundation. Her research examines the cultural dimensions of inequality, with a focus on the relationship between discourse, law, and race. She applies this perspective to a variety of topics—from the organizational push for “diversity” to employment discrimination to university admissions—using qualitative methods and multiple cases.
For her CV and more, please visit her website.