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Angelina Grigoryeva

Former Bell Fellow

Angelina Grigoryeva is a sociologist whose research lies at the intersection of inequality and stratification, social demography, and economic sociology. She holds a PhD in sociology with a certificate in demography from Princeton University. Her research examines household economic lives in the context of large-scale socio-economic transformations, with the focus on both between- and within-household differences. In her prior work, she examined the gender division of elder care among adult children as an increasingly important component of unpaid family labor in the context of the aging of the U.S. population. As a Bell Fellow, she examined changes in household economic lives in the course of the financialization of the U.S. economy and the implications for wealth inequality, as well as extended her earlier work on the historical demography of racial residential segregation and its consequences under Jim Crow. (Angelina is currently an assistant professor in the department of sociology at the University of Toronto.)