Masters Students

Marina Pera Ros

Marina Pera Ros

UNI: 
mp3266
fa2224@columbia.edu
Marina
Pera Ros
Biographical Note: 

Marina Pera Ros obtained her undergraduate degree in Sociology at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Catalonia) and then she studied a M.A. in Human and Sustainable Development at Unesco Catedra in Universitat de Girona. Her M.A. final project focused on the positive outcomes of community involvement at schools. 

After working some years developing social programs in public administration and for a cultural association, she returned to school to study a M.A. in Sociology. In her free time Marina has been involved in social movements to defend collective rights. 

Her areas of interest are social stratification, social change and social movements.

Demet Kutmando

Demet Kutmando

UNI: 
dk2760
fa2224@columbia.edu
Demet
Kutmando
Biographical Note: 

My name is Demet Kutmando. I completed my Bachelors at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA in Sociology and History & Philosophy of Science (HPS). I am interested in globalization, immigration, global cities, ethnic/racial relations, and social movements. My family immigrated to the U.S. when I was 5 years old and that is what sparked my in my interest for immigration.

Sandra Lopez-Monsalve

Sandra Lopez-Monsalve

UNI: 
scl2141
Sandra
Lopez-Monsalve

Wenjuan Zheng

Wenjuan Zheng

UNI: 
wz2247
Wenjuan
Zheng

Sheri M. Whitley

Sheri M. Whitley

UNI: 
smw43
smw43@columbia.edu
Sheri
Whitley
Areas of Interest: 
Social mobility; globalization; historical sociology; history of race in the West
Biographical Note: 

Sheri completed her undergraduate studies at Columbia University, Columbia College, where she studied architecture and cultural anthropology and fell in love with the Core Curriculum. After working for Robert A. M. Stern Architects for a number of years, she switched professions, moving to magazine publishing. She memorized Words into Type, The Associated Press Stylebook, and The Chicago Manual of Style at Black Enterprise and at Ms., where she was managing editor. Sheri spends a lot of time thinking about how the absence or presence of critical race theory impacts identity, immigration, and social mobility in cross-national comparisons and about efforts by contemporary thinkers to valorize Thomas Carlyle

Kathryn Weber

Kathryn Weber

UNI: 
kew2137
Kathryn
Weber

Malwina Lys-Dobradin

Malwina Lys-Dobradin

UNI: 
mel2001
Malwina
Lys-Dobradin
Director for Global Network Programming, Columbia University
Campus Phone: 
MS 1-5991
400 Avery Hall, Mail Code: 0330, United States

Yen-Ting Liu

Yen-Ting Liu

UNI: 
yl2925
Yen-Ting
Liu
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