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Emily V. Rosenbaum

Professor of Sociology (at Rose Hill)
Email: rosenbaum@fordham.edu

Office: Dealy Hall 402C
Phone: 718-817-3858
Fax: 718-817-3846

Education

BA, MA, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1991

Research Interests

Urban demography, inequality, immigration, housing policy, family/household demography.

Selected Publications (Books)

Rosenbaum, E., and Samantha Friedman. 2007. The Housing Divide: How Generations of Immigrants Fare in New York’s Housing Market. NYU Press, New York.
Read some press coverage about this book in Inside Fordham and the New York Times's City Room Blog
The Housing Divide - Emily Rosenbaum

Selected Publications (Articles)

Camacho-Rivera, Marlene, Emily Rosenbaum, Cecile Yama, and Earle Chambers. 2017. “Low-Income Housing Rental Assistance, Perceptions of Neighborhood Food Environment, and Dietary Patterns among Latino Adults: the AHOME Study.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 4: 346–53.

Chambers, Earle, Margaret Pichardo, and Emily Rosenbaum. 2016. “Sleep and the housing and neighborhood environment of low-income, urban Latino adults living in low-income housing: The AHOME Study.” Behavioral Sleep Medicine 14:169-84

Chambers, Earle, Damaris Fuster, Shakira F. Suglia, and Emily Rosenbaum. 2015. “Depressive Symptomology and Hostile Affect among Latinos Using Housing Rental Assistance: The AHOME Study.” Journal of Urban Health 92: 611–21.

Chambers, Earle and Emily Rosenbaum. 2014. “Cardiovascular Health Outcomes of Latinos in the Affordable Housing as an Obesity Mediating Environment (AHOME) Study: A Study of Rental Assistance Use.” Journal of Urban Health 14: 489–98.

Rosenbaum, Emily. 2012. “Home Ownership’s Wild Ride, 2001-2011.” US2010 Research Brief.

Rosenbaum, Emily and Christopher Morett. 2009. “The Effect of Parents' Joint Work Schedules on Infants' Behavior Over the First Two Years of Life: Evidence from the ECLSB.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 13(6): 732-44.

Rosenbaum, Emily. 2008. "Racial/ethnic Differences in Asthma Prevalence: The Role of Housing and Neighborhood Environments." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 49(2): 131-145.

Rosenbaum, Emily and Jessie Rochford. 2008. “Generational Patterns of Academic Performance: The Variable Effects of Attitudes and Social Capital.” Social Science Research 37: 350-72.

Friedman, Samantha and Emily Rosenbaum. 2007. “Does Suburban Residence Mean Better Neighborhood Conditions for All Households?” Social Science Research 36(1): 1-27.

Rosenbaum, Emily and Grigoris Argeros, 2005.“Holding the Line: Housing Turnover and the Persistence of Racial/ethnic Segregation in New York City.” Journal of Urban Affairs 27(3): 261-81.

Friedman, Samantha, and Emily Rosenbaum. 2004. “Nativity-status and Racial/ethnic Differentials in Access to Quality Housing: Does Home Ownership Bring Greater Parity?” Housing Policy Debate 15(4): 865-902.

Rosenbaum, Emily and Samantha Friedman. 2004. “Generational Patterns of Home Ownership and Housing Quality in New York City.” International Migration Review 38(4): 1492-1533.

Rosenbaum, E., and Jessie Anne Rochford.  2008. “Generational Patterns of Academic Performance: The Variable Effects of Attitudes and Social Capital.” Social Science Research 37(1): 350-372. doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2007.03.003

Rosenbaum, E., and Grigoris Argeros. 2005. “Holding the Line: Housing Turnover and the Persistence of Racial/ethnic Segregation in New York City.” Journal of Urban Affairs 27(3): 261-81.

Rosenbaum, E., and Samantha Friedman. 2004. “Generational Patterns of Home Ownership and Housing Quality in New York City.” International Migration Review 38(4): 1492-1533.

Rosenbaum, E., and Samantha Friedman. 2001. “Differences in the Locational Attainment of Immigrant and Native-born Households with Children in New York City.” Demography 38(3): 337-348.

Rosenbaum, E., and Laura Harris. 2001. “Residential Mobility and Opportunities: Early Impacts of the Moving to Opportunity Demonstration Program in Chicago.” Housing Policy Debate 12(2): 321-346.

Rosenbaum, E., and Laura Harris. 2001. "Low-income Families in Their New Neighborhoods: The Short-term Effects of Moving from Chicago's Public Housing." Journal of Family Issues 22(2): 183-210. doi:10.1177/019251301022002004

Courses Taught

Undergraduate

  • Social Research Methods
  • Urban Poverty
  • Urban Issues and Policies

Graduate

  • Statistics
  • Research Design