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Silke Aisenbrey

Silke
Aisenbrey

Professor of Sociology
Chair, Department of Sociology
BA, Ludwig-Maximilians University,
MA, Ludwig-Maximilians University,
PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians University,
Professor Silke Aisenbrey received her PhD at the LMU in Munich, Germany and has conducted research as a postdoctoral associate at the Center for Research on Inequality and the Life Course (CIQLE) at Yale University before joining the faculty at Yeshiva University.
Professor Aisenbrey’s research interests lie in the areas of social inequality, welfare states, the life course, gender inequality, and sociology of education. She works mainly with quantitative methods, with a particular interest in longitudinal data analysis. Her research looks at how the work and family life are interrelated and how this relationship between work and family life is different for different groups in our society.
Recent publications include "The Interaction of Employment- and Family-Trajectories: Germany and the United States in Comparison" (with A. Fasang) in American Journal of Sociology and "Mothers - the new hidden reserve? Germany and the U.S., a Comparison” (with Daniela Grunow) in Advances in Life Course Research.
silke.aisenbrey@yu.edu
212-960-5400 x6918
Wilf campus - Belfer Hall
Room#514
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Fall 2018
Intro to Statistics
STA 1021
Fall 2018
Research Methods
POL 3575
Fall 2018
Social Inequality
HBSI 1311
Fall 2018
Social Inequality
SOC 2311
Fall 2018
Social Research Methods
EXQM 1013
Fall 2018
Social Research Methods
SOC 3003
Spring 2018
Intro to Statistics
STA 1021
Spring 2018
Politics and Poverty
HBSI 1111
Spring 2018
Politics and Poverty
POL 2191
Spring 2018
Politics and Poverty
SOC 2112