Katrina Bell McDonald

Katrina Bell McDonald

约翰·霍普金斯大学
Education background:

May 1995; Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Davis.
May 1990; TM.A., Sociology, University of California, Davis
Sep 1984; M.A., Applied Communication Research, Stanford University.
May 1983; B.A. with Honors, Written Communication, Mills College, Oakland, California.

Teaching background:

2000 to present; Assistant Professor of Sociology, The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology.
2013; International Professor, American University in Asia Summer Program (AUIA), National Taipei University of Technology
2012; International Professor, American University in Asia Summer Program (AUIA), Tsinghua University , China.
1995 to 2000; Assistant Professor of Sociology, The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology. 
1994 to 1995; Instructor, The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology.

Research field:

Sociology of Marriage and the Family; Intersectionality Theory; African-American Studies; Race and Ethnic Relations; Race and Ethnic Identity; Gender Identity and Relations; Qualitative Research Methods