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|Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1980|
|TITLE:||Professor of Sociology
Editor, Work and Occupations
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HONORS, AWARDS, GRANTS RECEIVED
2013 Chair, Metro Nashville Human Relations Commission
2008-2009 Harvie Branscomb Distinguished Professor Award, Vanderbilt University
2009 Susan C. Eaton Scholar-Practitioner Grant, Labor and Employment Relations Association
Currently, Editor, Work and Occupations
Member, Sociological Research Association, 1999-present
Principal Investigator, Immigrant Community Assessment, a study of the social well-being of Arabic, Kurdish, Laotian, Latino, Vietnamese and Somali immigrants in Nashville, funded by Metropolitan Government of Nashville, 2002-2003
Excellence in Education Award from the Industrial Relations Research Association (2000)
Recipient of research grants from the Russell Sage Foundation and the National Science Foundation
University Affirmative Action Award (2000)
Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award, College of Arts and Science, Vanderbilt University, 1993
Chair, Section on Organizations, Occupations and Work, American Sociological Association, 1996-97
Human Behavior in Organizations
Self, Society, and Social Change
Contemporary Social Problems
Immigration, Community, and Public Policy
Seminar on Social Problems and Social
Workshop on Sociological Criticism
Inequalities and Movements
Economy & Society
Work and Occupations
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
Career paths of Nashville music professionals, sponsored by the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University. This is a field study of how and why music professionals combine occupational roles, trade unionism, and entrepreneurialism as they pursue the American Dream.
"Partnering for an Equitable and Inclusive Nashville," is a Background Report on Equity & Inclusion that was prepared in collaboration with the Nashville for All of Us coalition for NashvilleNext, Metro Nashville Government's 25-year social policy planning program. The report was released by Metro Nashville Government on February 25, 2013.
Click here to view the report; click here to view the Vanderbilt University press release.
Daniel B. Cornfield. 2007. "Conclusion: Seeking Solidarity . . .Why and With Whom?" pp. 235-251 in Lowell Turner and Daniel B.Cornfield,
eds. Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Daniel B. Cornfield. 2006. "Tendencias Mundiales Recientes en la Sociolog'a de Trabajo." Tratado Latinoamericano de Sociolog'a, pp. 22-132, edited by Enrique de la Garza Toledo. Barcelona: Anthropos Editorial.
Daniel B. Cornfield. 2006. "Immigration, Economic Restructuring, and Labor Ruptures: From the Amalgamated to Change to Win." WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society, Vol. 9 (June): 215-223.
Daniel B. Cornfield. 2005. "Tactics and the Social Context of Social Movement Unionism in the Service Economy." Labor History, vol. 46, no. 3: 347-355.
Daniel B. Cornfield and Angela Arzubiaga. 2004. "Immigrants and Education in the U.S. Interior: Integrating and Segmenting Tendencies in Nashville, Tennessee." Peabody Journal of Education, 79(2): 157-179.
Daniel B. Cornfield and Holly J. McCammon, eds. 2003. Labor Revitalization: Global Perspectives and New Initiatives. Volume 11 in the JAI series, Research in the Sociology of Work. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Daniel B. Cornfield and Randy Hodson, eds., 2002. Worlds of Work: Building an International Sociology of Work (New York: Kluwer/Plenum)
Daniel B. Cornfield, Karen Campbell, and Holly McCammon, eds., 2001. Working in Restructured Workplaces: Challenges and New Directions for the Sociology of Work (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications)
Toby Parcel and Daniel B. Cornfield, eds., 2000. Work and Family: Research Informing Policy (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications)
Daniel B. Cornfield and Bill Fletcher. 1998. "Institutional Constraints on Social Movement 'Frame Extension': Shifts in the Legislative Agenda of the American Federation of Labor, 1881-1955." Social Forces (June).
Daniel B. Cornfield. 1997. "Sindicalismo e Conflictos de Status nos Estados Unidos: Por uma Estrategia de Pesquisa Integrada." Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios del Trabajo, Ano 3, N 6: 157-166.
Daniel B. Cornfield. 1997. "Applying U.S. Research on Labor Union Membership Participation to South Korean Unions: An Assessment." Korean Journal of Population and Development, 26 (December): 121-137.
Robert N. Stern and Daniel B. Cornfield (with Teresa I. Liska and Dee Anne Warmath). 1996. The U.S. Labor Movement: References and Resources. New York: G.K. Hall.
Daniel B. Cornfield and Hyunhee Kim. 1994. "Socioeconomic Status and Unionization Attitudes in the United States." Social Forces. 73: 521-531.