Elizabeth Korver-Glenn is a PhD candidate in Sociology (PhD expected May 2017). Her research explores racial meaning-making and inequality via institutions and interactions critical to the (re)production of segregated city markets and spaces. In her dissertation, she focuses specifically on Houston's urban housing market, illuminating institutional real estate processes and interactions that, together, constitute racial projects with powerful discriminatory effects. To learn more about Elizabeth’s work, visit her website, download her CV, or email her.
PublicationsChávez, Sergio, Heather B. Edelblute, and Elizabeth Korver-Glenn. 2016. "Life on the Edge: Balancing Gendered and Occupational Identities among Unauthorized Mexican Migrant Roofers." Qualitative Sociology 39(2):125-146.Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth. 2015. "(Collective) Memory of Racial Violence and the Social Construction of the Hispanic Category among Houston Hispanics." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(3):424-438.Emerson, Michael O., Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, and Kiara W. Douds. 2015. "Studying Race and Religion: A Critical Assessment." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(3):349-359.Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth, Esther Chan, and Elaine Howard Ecklund. 2015.“Perceptions of Science Education Among African American and White Evangelicals: A Texas Case Study.” Review of Religious Research 57(1):131-148.
Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth. 2014. “Middle-Class Mexican Americans, Neighborhood Affect, and Redevelopment in Houston’s Northside Barrio.” City & Community 13(4):381-402.
Teaching ExperiencesInequality and Urban Life;Instructor, 2015-2016Urban Systems;Teaching Assistant, 2015Social Theory;Teaching Assistant, 2013
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