Assistant Professor of Sociology and Asian Languages and Cultures
7109 Sewell Social Sciences
Office Hours: T 2:30-4:30, R 3:00-4:30 (Spring '20)
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Research Interest Statement:
Three key words of my research are gender, work, and family. As a qualitative sociologist, my research aims to explore key themes in women’s narratives of their early work lives and family decisions and discover the underlying social and cultural forces that shape these decisions.
Ph.D., Sociology, Harvard University (2018)
Gender; Family; Culture; Education; Social Stratification; Qualitative Methods
Asian 301 Gender, Work, and Family in East Asia
Introduction to Sociology of Gender
Social Change in Contemporary Korea
Other Campus Affiliations:
Brinton, Mary and Eunsil Oh. 2019. “Babies, Work, or Both? Highly Educated Women’s Employment and Fertility in East Asia.” American Journal of Sociology. Volume 125 issue1, page(s): 105-140.
Oh, Eunsil. 2018. “Who Deserves to Work? How Women Develop Expectations of Childcare Support in Korea.” Gender & Society. Volume: 32 issue: 4, page(s): 493-515.