Pearlman Hall, 208
DegreesUniversity of California, Berkeley, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, M.A.
Stanford University, M.A.
University of Oregon, B.A.
|SOC||117a||Sociology of Work and Gender|
|SOC||125b||Self and Society: Who Am I Really?|
|SOC||132b||Social Perspectives on Parenting|
|SOC||138a||Sociology of Gender, Race, and Class|
Awards and Honors
Early Career Scholar Award, Work-Family Research Network (2011)
Villalobos, Ana. Motherload: "Making it All Better" in Insecure Times. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2014. (forthcoming)
Villalobos, Ana. "The Free Gift: How U.S. Stay at Home Mothers Sustain Themselves in a Culture of Nonreciprocity." Stay at Home Mothers: An International Perspective. Ed. Elizabeth Reid and Gayle Letherby. Toronto: Demeter Press, 2013 (forthcoming)
Villalobos, Ana. "Author-Meets-Critic session, organized by Kathleen Gerson." Rev. of For the Family?: How Class and Gender Shape Women’s Work, Author-Meets-Critic, by Sarah Damaske. Eastern Sociological Society annual meeting March 2013
Villalobos, Ana. "Work-Family Policies in Academia: Causes for Concern and Pathways to Change." Work-Family Research Network Conference. New York, NY. June 2012.
Villalobos, Ana. "“Mothering Without the Ordeal: The Benefits of Not Trying To Impart Ultimate Security in Children”." American Sociological Association annual meeting, Denver, CO. August 2012.
Villalobos, Ana. The Security Backfire: How Overreliance on Motherhood for Security Production Can Cause Security Disturbances. Proc. of Eastern Sociological Society, Miniconference on Security. New York: 2012.
Villalobos, Ana. "Mothering in Fear: How Living in an Insecure-Feeling World Affects Parenting." 21st Century Motherhood: Experience, Identity, Policy, Agency. Ed. Andrea O'Reilly. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010
Villalobos, Ana. "Second Shift/Third Shift." Encyclopedia of Mothering, Sage Press, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2010.
Villalobos, Ana. "The Importance of Breaking Set: Socialized Cognitive Strategies and the Gender Discrepancy in Mathematics." Theory and Research in Education 7. 1 (2009): 27-45.