Curriculum vitae

ELIZABETH AURA MCCLINTOCK

 

Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame        4060 Jenkins Nanovic Halls, Notre Dame, IN, 46556            @ElizaMSociology

                                   

EDUCATION

 

PhD Stanford University, Sociology                                                              June 2011

 

Dissertation: “Race, Class, Age, and Appearance: Matching, Exchange, and Other Properties of Dating and Marriage Markets”

 

Committee: Paula England, Michael Rosenfeld, Shelley Correll, Nancy Tuma, Karen Cook

 

MA Stanford University, Sociology                                                               June 2005

 

BA Princeton University, Public Policy, concentration in Economics            May 2003

 

TEACHING & RESEARCH AREAS

 

Gender, Family, & Sexuality; Quantitative Methods; Interpersonal Relationships; Romantic Partner Selection; Race, Segregation, & Homophily; Body Image; Aging & Older-Age Dating

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Academic Articles

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2018. “Changing Jobs and Changing Chores? The Longitudinal Association of Women’s and Men’s Occupational Gender-Atypicality and Couples’ Housework Performance.” Sex Roles 78(3-4):165-181.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2017a. “Support for Beauty-Status Exchange Remains Illusory.” American Sociological Review 82(5):1100-1110.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2017b. “Occupational Sex Composition and Gendered

Housework Performance: Compensation or Conventionality?” Journal of Marriage and Family 79(2):475-510. *

 

*Competitively selected Nominee for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research, National Council on Family Relations.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2014. “Beauty and Status: The Illusion of Exchange in Partner Selection.” American Sociological Review 79(4):575 (August).*

 

*Lead article.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2011a. “Handsome Wants as Handsome Does: Physical Attractiveness and Gender Differences in Revealed Sexual Preferences.” Biodemography and Social Biology 57 (2): 221–257.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2011b. “Weight Self-Concept: Formation, Stability, and Consequences.” Rutgers Journal of Sociology 1: 110-132.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2010a. “When Does Race Matter? Race, Sex, and Dating at an Elite University.” Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (1): 45-72.

 

England, Paula and Elizabeth Aura McClintock. 2010b. “The Gendered Double Standard of Aging in Marriage Markets.” Population and Development Review 35 (4): 797-816.

 

Book Chapters

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2016. “The Psychology of Mansplaining.” America Now: Short Readings from Recent Periodicals, 12th edition. Robert Atwan, editor. Bedford, St. Martin’s/Macmillan Learning.

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2015. “The Future of Marriage.” Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (eds.) Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.

 

England, Paula, Elizabeth Aura McClintock, and Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer. 2011c. “Class Differences in Birth Control Use and Unintended Pregnancies.” Social Class and Changing Families in an Unequal America edited by Marcia Carlson and Paula England.*

 

*Peer reviewed.

 

Reviews

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2018 Review of Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny. By Kate Manne. Oxford University Press: New York. American Journal of Sociology (forthcoming).

 

 

McClintock, Elizabeth Aura. 2013. Review of Extravagant Expectations: New Ways to Find Romantic Love in America. By Paul Hollander. Ivan R. Dee: Lanham, Maryland. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 42(6):847-848.

 FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS

 Elizabeth Aura McClintock, 2015. Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts travel grant for international conference attendance.

 Andrew, Megan, and Elizabeth Aura McClintock, 2013. “Labor Markets and Romantic Partner Selection.” Stanford Center for Poverty and Inequality, Emerging Scholars Grant.

 Andrew, Megan, and Elizabeth Aura McClintock, 2012, 2013. “Labor Markets and Romantic Partner Selection.” Small Research and Creative Work grant, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura, 2011. “Masculinity and Marriage.” Small Research and Creative Work grant, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura and Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer, 2008. “Work hours, Housework, and Employment.” Stanford Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Grant for Undergraduate Research.

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura, 2007. “Beauty, Money, and Love: Getting what you want in romantic relationships.” Stanford University Graduate Research Opportunity Grant.

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura, 2009. “Occupation and Marriage: The effect of Gender-Atypical Occupation.” Stanford University Graduate Research Opportunity Grant.

 Gerhard Casper Stanford Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University. 2004 – 2009.

RECENT (2016) & FORTHCOMING (2017) PRESENTATIONS

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura, Megan Andrew, and Karly Sarita Ford. 2016. “Love, Marriage, and Economic Inequality in the American Brain Hub: Occupational Assortative Mating Across Changing Labor Markets.” Paper accepted to the Population Association of America annual meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2017.

 Andrew, Megan, Elizabeth Aura McClintock, and Karly Sarita Ford. 2016. “Educational Assortative Mating and Income Inequality across Changing Labor Markets.” Paper presented at the American Sociological Association annual meeting, Seattle, WA, August 2016; also, will be presented at to the Alpine Population Conference (Alp-Pop 2017) in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy, January 2017.

 McClintock, Elizabeth Aura, and Shannon Zoe Sheehan. 2016. “Social Exchange or Stereotyping? Beauty, Status, Sex, and Couple Race.” Paper presented at the American Sociological Association annual meeting, Seattle, WA, August 2016.

TEACHING

Sociology of Gender (SOC 63800). Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame, Autumn 2015, Autumn 2016.

Marriage and Family (SOC 20342). Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame, Autumn 2011, Spring 2012, Auturm 2012, Spring 2013, Autumn 2013, Spring 2014, Autumn 2015, Autumn 2016.

Family, Gender, and Employment (SOC 43377). Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame, Spring 2012, Autumn 2013, Spring 2016.

Introduction to Social Problems (SOC 10033). Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame, Spring 2013.

Research Methods (SOC 63913). Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame, Spring 2012, Spring 2014, Spring 2016.

Foundations of Social Research (SOC 180A/280A). Instructor, Department of Sociology, Stanford University, Autumn 2010 & Spring 2011.

Data Management and Analysis in Social Science (SOC 184). Instructor, Department of Sociology, Stanford University, Autumn 2007.

Sociological Methods IA: Computer-Assisted Data Analysis (SOC 381A). Instructor (with Brandy Aven), Department of Sociology, Stanford University, Autumn 2006 & Autumn 2007.

SERVICE

Editorial Board:

            Journal of Marriage and Family, 2011-present

            Sex Roles, 2016-present

Peer Reviewer:

American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, European Sociological Review, Journal of Marriage and Family, Social Forces, Demography, Social Psychology Quarterly, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, Biodemography and Social Biology, Population Research and Policy Review, Social Problems, Sociological Perspectives, Sex Roles, Population Studies, The Sociological Quarterly, Social Thought and Research, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Emerging Adulthood, Journal of Family Issues, Sociological Spectrum, Population and Demography Review, Sociology of Education

 Other professional service:

Departmental Service, University of Notre Dame, Sociology:

Chair, Gender Area Exam Committee, 2012-2013, 2014-2017

Methods and Statistics Area Exam Committee, 2011-2013, 2014-2016

Family Exam Committee, 2014-2015

Placement Committee, 2012-2013

Graduate Studies Committee 2017 

University of Notre Dame, Gender Studies:

Steering Committee, 2013-2014, 2015-2016

Departmental Service, Stanford University, Sociology:

Methods Curriculum Committee, 2009

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

Invited, standing blogger for Psychology Today. I write posts about my own research, comments on the work of others, and about a current trends or public events related to gender, family, and sexuality. This is a valuable means of bringing sociological research to a larger audience.