Carol Mukhopadhyay

Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. UC Riverside, 1980

Years with the University: 1991-2010

Gender theory, family-work-career, sexuality, multicultural education, human sexuality, ethnographic decision modeling

Her research specialties are gender, family, multicultural education-race, culture-cognition, and methodology. She has done fieldwork in both India and the United States on women's science-related academic career choices.  She also works on race-gender-education culture issues.

Sample recent publications include:

How Exportable are Western Theories of Gendered Science? A Cautionary Word. In Neelam Kumar, ed. Women and Science in India: A Reader. Oxford University Press. Pp. 137-177. 2009.

Getting Rid of the Word “Caucasian”. In. Pollack, Mica, ed.  Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real About Race in School.  NY:The New Press.   Pp.12-16. 2008

How Real is Race? A Sourcebook on Race, Culture, and Biology, with Rosemary Henze and Yolanda T. Moses, 2007, Rowman & Littlefield, Education.

A Feminist Cognitive Anthropology: The Case of Women and Mathematics, Ethos (Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology), Special Issue on Feminist Psychological Anthropology, Dec. 2004