Sarah Bruch & Marcia Meyers: “Unequal by Design – Socioeconomic Inequalities and State Level Safety Nets, 1994-2012”

The ARC Research Praxis Seminar Series Presents Sarah Bruch: “Unequal by Design: Socioeconomic Inequalities and State Level Safety Nets, 1994-2012”

The ARC Research Praxis Seminar Series Presents

Sarah Bruch & Marcia Meyers
Unequal by Design: Socioeconomic Inequalities and State Level Safety Nets, 1994-2012

Thursday, October 30, 2014
4:00pm – 6:00pm
ARC Conference Room
Room 5318
The Graduate Center, CUNY

Marcia Meyers
Photo and bio forthcoming

Sarah-Bruch

Sarah K. Bruch
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Iowa

Sarah K. Bruch’s research focuses on the processes and policies that ameliorate or exacerbate social inequalities. In this vein, she studies the political and civic consequences of social policy designs; the distributional and social consequences of US safety net policies; the role of racial marginality in state policy choices; authority relations and racial dynamics within schools; and how multiple dimensions of race can be used to identify different mechanisms of racial disparities in education and punishment. Her work has been published in leading academic journals including the American Sociological Review, Sociology of Education, Journal of Marriage and Family, and Child Development.

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