Gregory Sharp

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor of Sociology
Affiliate, Quantitative Social Science Program

My research is largely focused on the ways in which inequality manifests across place, space, and time. In pursuit of this broader interest, my work contributes to scholarship in the areas of population health, urban/community sociology, and residential/housing stratification.

306A Blunt Hall
HB 6104
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 2013
M.A., Bowling Green State University, 1996
B.A., Bowling Green State University, 1993

Selected Publications

Sharp, Gregory and Rachel Tolbert Kimbro. 2021. “Neighborhood Social Environments, Healthy Resources, and Adult Diabetes.” Health & Place 67: 102473.

Sharp, Gregory, Ellen Whitehead, and Matthew Hall. 2020. “Tapped Out? Racial Disparities in Extra-Household Kin Resources and the Loss of Homeownership.” Demography 57: 1903-1928.

Schachter, Ariela, Gregory Sharp, and Rachel Tolbert Kimbro. 2020. “(Can’t Get No) Neighborhood Satisfaction? How Multilevel Immigration Factors Shape Latinos’ Neighborhood Attitudes.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 6: 1-16.

Sharp, Gregory. 2019. “Changing in Place? Neighborhood Change and Place Attachment among Movers and Stayers in Los Angeles.” Population, Space and Place 25(5): e2189.  doi:10.1002/psp.2189

Sharp, Gregory. 2018. “Eclipsing Community? Neighborhood Disadvantage, Social Mechanisms, and Neighborly Attitudes and Behaviors.” City & Community 17: 615-35.