Christine Barriento is a second year graduate student in residence. Her research interests include race, immigration, ethnicity, education, gender, class, and employment. Christine is a teaching assistant. Christine is a member of the American Sociological Association and the International Sociology Honors Society. At her undergraduate institution she received the Benjamin Mellon Mays Fellowship from 2009-2011.
|2011||B.A.||Sociology & History||Queens College CUNY|
- Comprehensive Exam (in process) "Disaggregating the Latina Homogenized Identity: Structural Effects on the Latina Education Experience"
- Sociology Thesis, 2011 (Queens College CUNY) "Why Can't We All Just Get Along: A Study of Latino Conflict in New York City"
SOCIOL 222 – Sociology of the Family, Fall 2012
SOCIOL 106 – Race, Class, Gender & Ethnicity, Spring 2012
SOCIOL 110 – Introduction to Sociology, Fall 2011
SOCIOL 220 – Sociology of Amercian Culture, Fall 2011
SOC 212 – Sociological Analysis, Fall 2010 (Queens College)