dr. (Bonnie) BE French

dr. (Bonnie) BE French
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
french@essb.eur.nl
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Bonnie E. French is an Assistant Professor of Sociology.  Her research and teaching interests center around race and racism in institutions such as schools and prisons, and on social inequalities, more generally.

Recently, Bonnie published Race at Predominantly White Independent Schools: The Space between Diversity and Equity.  This book was the culmination of her research that used Critical Race Theory to examine how "diversity" can  undermine progress toward equity in elite schools. 

Bonnie is committed to scholarship and teaching that investigates current social issues in an effort to understand and contribute to our societies.

Forthcoming projects include research of self-identified anti-racist…

Bonnie E. French is an Assistant Professor of Sociology.  Her research and teaching interests center around race and racism in institutions such as schools and prisons, and on social inequalities, more generally.

Recently, Bonnie published Race at Predominantly White Independent Schools: The Space between Diversity and Equity.  This book was the culmination of her research that used Critical Race Theory to examine how "diversity" can  undermine progress toward equity in elite schools. 

Bonnie is committed to scholarship and teaching that investigates current social issues in an effort to understand and contribute to our societies.

Forthcoming projects include research of self-identified anti-racist activists.  Additionally, Bonnie has also been an active educator in prison and jail settings, and intends to pursue this important work.

      • B.E. French (2017). Race at Predominantly White Independent Schools: The Space between Diversity and Equity. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books
  • 4.1 Social Inequalities: An introduction

    Title
    4.1 Social Inequalities: An introduction
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Master)

    4.2 Families and Inequalities

    Title
    4.2 Families and Inequalities
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Master)

    4.3 Governing Social Inequalities

    Title
    4.3 Governing Social Inequalities
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Master)
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
    Country
    The Netherlands

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam