Catherine Richards Solomon
Professor of Sociology
Chairperson - Sociology, Criminal Justice & Anthropology
BA, University of Oregon; MA, PhD, Syracuse University; MS, Oregon State University
Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology
College of Arts & Sciences 1 314
|GT 263||(UC) Sociology of the Aged (SO 263)
|SO 263||(UC) Sociology of the Aged (GT 263)
|SO 304||Sociology of Gender (WS 304)
|WS 304||Sociology of Gender (SO 304)
I earned a MA and a PhD in Sociology from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. I also have a MS in Human Development and Family Studies from Oregon State University and a BA in Honors Sociology and English from the University of Oregon.
I primarily teach courses about families, aging, and gender. Above you will find links to the courses I am currently teaching.
I am a qualitative methodologist who studies the intersections of family, gender and work (both paid and unpaid). My projects have included a study about stay-at-home fathers' construction of fatherhood and masculine identities and, my primary area of expertise, work/life issues for faculty.