William Egelman, PhD

Professor of Sociology

Phone: (914) 633-2596

Office Hours: By appointment

Dr. Egelman’s advanced areas of teaching include Race and Ethnic Relations, Urban Society, Sociology of the Family, and Population and Society. His research activities include a variety of sociological topics with a primary focus on racial and ethnic groups in the United States. In addition to his responsibilities in the Sociology Department, he also coordinates Freshman Advising in the School of Arts and Science. His most recent publications include the following: Is There an Emerging Black Middle Class in the United States? Proceedings: Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, June 2006 (ISSN #1539-7300) Italian Americans in New York City: 1980-2000: A Demographic Summary. The Italian American Review 9 (2) Fall/Winter 2002 (published Spring 2006): 1-21 Demographic Analysis of National Data on Italian Americans, 1990-2000. Italian Americana 24(Winter 2006): 9-19 (Winner of Massaro Prize).