Office location: Classroom Bldg. – Room 23
Title(s): Assistant Professor
Department/Division: Social Science
- Ph.D. Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
- M.Phil. Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
- M.A. Sociology, Queens College
- B.A. Sociology and Spanish, University of Massachusetts—Amherst
- SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 103: Social Problems
- SOC 206: Race and Ethnicity in the US
Publications and Presentations:
- Miller, Elizabeth A. 2015. “Bridging Boundaries of Difference: Intergroup Contact between Immigrants and Natives in the Context of Work.” Research in the Sociology of Work 27: 289-313.
- Miller, Elizabeth A. 2015. “Cultivating an Unexpected Community: Inclusivity of Immigrant Service Workers in a Wealthy Neighborhood.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 44(3): 335-361.
- Miller, Elizabeth. 2014. “Learning to Interpret Cultural Meaning through an
- Etic Description of a Familiar Culture.” Teaching Sociology 42(4): 298-302.
- 2015 – Can Super Diversity Result in Community? Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity Academy of Urban Super-Diversity, Berlin.
- 2014 – When Work and Customers Become “Home” and “Family”: The Significance of Workplace to Immigrant Service Providers. Eastern Sociological Society (ESS), Baltimore.
- 2014 – When Diversity and Difference Create Community: Immigrant Service Workers and Wealthy Residents in Tribeca. ESS, Baltimore.