Eva Rosen is an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy. Rosen received her Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sociology and Social Policy. She has published papers in academic journals including the American Sociological Review, City & Community, Housing Policy Debate, The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, and The Annual Review of Law and Social Science and is a member of the Scholar Strategy Network. She was recently recognized as one of APPAM’s outstanding early career scholars, and received their 40 for 40 fellowship.
Rosen is interested in social inequality in the urban context. In particular, she studies poverty and American housing policy. Her research interests include: urban sociology, poverty and inequality, race and ethnicity, ethnography, social policy, immigration, crime, and culture.
Rosen's work has been funded by: The National Science Foundation, The Department of Housing and Urban Development, The Joint Center for Housing Studies, The Furman Center, The Harvard Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy, The Massive Data Institute, The Institute for Research on Poverty, The Meyer Foundation, among others.