Amber Crowell, Assistant ProfessorOffice location: SS 218 Office Phone: 278-2275 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Schedule Spring 2019
|SOC 151||10:45-12:25pm||T Th||SS 203|
|SOC 151||5:10-6:50 pm||T Th||SS 203|
|SOC 175||2-3:40 pm||M W||SS 202|
|SOC 170T||2-2:50pm||M||SS 202|
Office Hours: T & W 2-4pm
Personal Biography & Areas of Specialty
Dr. Crowell studies residential segregation, racial and ethnic inequality, social demography, and quantitative methodology. She earned her PhD in Sociology from Texas A&M University.
Fossett, Mark and Amber R. Crowell. Forthcoming. "Urban and Spatial Demography," in Handbook of Population (2nd edition), edited by Dudley L. Poston. New York: Springer.
Crowell, Amber R. and Mark Fossett. 2018. "White and Latino Locational Attainments: Assessing the Role of Race and Resources in U.S. Metropolitan Residential Segregation." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 4(4):491-507.
Recent News Coverage
"Fresno’s Mason-Dixon Line" More than 50 years after redlining was outlawed, the legacy of discrimination can still be seen in California’s poorest large city." August 20, 2018 in The Atlantic.
"Spanish Speakers Experience Discrimination At Valley Food Pantries." May 29, 2018 in Valley Public Radio.
"On #TakeAKnee: Can we talk about the why?" October 16, 2017 in The Fresno Bee.