Greta A. Gilbertson

Associate Professor of Sociology (at Rose Hill)
[email protected]

Dealy Hall 406B
Fax: 718-817-3846

  • B.A., Boston University;
    M.A., Vanderbilt;
    Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1988

  • Immigration; gender; race and ethnicity; citizenship.

  • Gilbertson, Greta. 2009-2010. "Transnational Mobility, Domestic Arenas, and Carework Among Immigrant Women from the Dominican Republic," Latino(a) Research Review 7: 37-58.

    Gilbertson, Greta. 2006 "Citizenship in a Globalized World," Migration Information Source, January 2006.

    Gilbertson, Greta A. 2009. "Caregiving across Generations: Aging, State Assistance, and Multigenerational Ties among Immigrants from the Dominican Republic." In Across Generations: Immigrant Families in America, edited by Nancy Foner, pp. 135-159. NYU Press, New York.

    Gilbertson, Greta A. 2004. "Regulating transnational citizens in the post-1996 welfare reform era: Dominican immigrants in New York City," Latino Studies 2(1):90-110.

    Gilbertson, Greta. 2003. "Review of The Mobility of Workers Under Advanced Capitalism: Dominican Migration to the United States, by Ramona Hernández," American Journal of Sociology 108(5):1141-1143.

    Singer, Audrey, and Greta Gilbertson. 2003. "'The Blue Passport': Gender and the social process of naturalization among Dominican immigrants." In Gender and U.S. Immigration: Contemporary Trends, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, ed., pp. 359-378. University of California Press, Berkeley.

    Gilbertson, Greta, and Audrey Singer. 2003. "The emergence of protective citizenship in the USA: Naturalization among Dominican immigrants in the post-1996 welfare reform era," Ethnic and Racial Studies 26(1):25-51.

    Gilbertson, Greta A. 2001. "Review of The Global Ethnopolis: Chinatown, Japantown and Manilatown in American Society, by Michel Laguerre." International Migration Review 35(3):942-943.

  • Undergraduate

    • Contemporary Immigration in Global Perspective
    • Place, Space and Immigrant Cities


    • Introduction to Urban Studies
    • Sociology of Minorities