introducing Victor Tan Chen to our summer roster of guest bloggers!

This has been a great summer, with new guest blogger Victor T. Chen coming on board, and both Caroline W. Lee and Ellen Berrey promising at least one more guest post for orgtheory readers.

You can read Caroline’s self-introduction, and her past posts about her and others’ research on deliberative democracy here, here, and here, as well as her observations about what it’s like to be a professor at a small liberal arts college (SLAC).

To read Ellen’s self-introduction about her research on diversity, go here and here. See her past posts about conducting ethnographic research on organizations, including gaining access and the use of pseudonyms.

Please join me in welcoming guest blogger Victor Tan Chen,* a sociologist at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is the author of newly published book based on his comparative study of autoworkers and families in Canada and the US: Cut Loose: Jobless and Hopeless in an Unfair Economy (UCPress 2015). He is also a founder and editor of IntheFray, and co-author with Katherine S. Newman of The Missing Class: Portraits of the New Poor in America.

* No relation to me, despite our shared surname!


Written by katherinechen

August 10, 2015 at 7:58 pm

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