Professor of Sociology
Phone: (805) 565-6793
Office Location: Deane Hall 208
Thursday and Friday 10:30 am - 12:00 noon
I research the history of international adoption. My dissertation examines adoptions from Greece, Korea, and Vietnam from 1945-76. I enjoy working at the intersections of politics and culture, policy and people, using international adoption to shed light on larger questions of immigration, family, race, and nation.
- Research Methods
- Social Problems
- The Family
- U.S. History: Colonial-Present
- Comparative Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
- U.S. Social and Foreign Policy
- Transnational Family History
- Transnational Gender History
Rachel Winslow presented a paper entitled "'Citizens of the World?': Debates over Childhood and Citizenship in the Wake of Operation Babylift," at the Association of Research in Cultures of Young People's Congress at the University of Victoria in June. She also contributed articles on mixed-race adoption, orphan trains, and immigration policy for The Social History of the American Family, a SAGE reference work that will be published in 2014.