I have around 15 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses. I teach “Contemporary Global Challenges: Poverty, Inequality, and Immigration” in the department of Political Science and International Relations at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires.
In the United States, I held appointments at the City University of New York and the University of Wisconsin. I held visiting positions at Fordham University and Lehigh University.
Theories and Policies in the Field of International Migration | Qualitative Research Methods
Contemporary Global Challenges: Poverty, Inequality, and Immigration | Sociology of Children | Sociology of the Family | Work and Family | Social Inequality | The US Welfare State | Sociological Analysis | Immigration in Comparative Perspective | Immigration and Adaptation | Urban Sociology in Global Perspective | Social Movements and Social Change | Introduction to Sociology | Race and Ethnicity | Research Methods