Sociology Colloquium Series: Dr. G. Cristina Mora

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In this, the Series aims to provide opportunities to engage with sociologists outside of WashU and their research, and to strengthen inter-institutional scholarly networks. Colloquium presentations are free of charge and open to all students, staff, and faculty.

On Wednesday, September 14th, 2022, the Sociology Colloquium Series will feature Dr. G. Cristina Mora of the University of California-Berkeley.

Talk topic/title and location TBA.

 

G. Cristina Mora completed her B.A. in Sociology at UC Berkeley in 2003 and earned her PhD in Sociology from Princeton University in 2009. Before returning to Cal, she was a Provost Postdoctoral Scholar in Sociology at the University of Chicago.

Professor Mora’s research focuses mainly on questions of racial and ethnic categorization, organizations, and immigration. Her book, Making Hispanics, was published in 2014 by the University of Chicago Press and provides a socio-historical account of the rise of the “Hispanic/Latino” panethnic category in the United States. This work, along with related articles, has received wide recognition, including the 2010 Best Dissertation Award and the 2018 Early Career Award (SREM) from the American Sociological Association.