PETER I. ROSE
, Travel Journalist
Peter Rose is a sociologist, ethnographer, photographer, and travel journalist. For 50 years he has been writing about people on the move and their encounters with others. His subjects include explorers, settlers, slaves, immigrants, refugees, and, since the 1980s, travelers and tourists. Recent stories about trekking in Tuscany, spending an autumn in the Alps, and cruising in Panama on the catamaran, Discovery
, won first prizes in juried competition sponsored by the North American Travel Journalists Association in 2005, 2008, and 2009, respectively. He has also received awards for his photography of people and places.
His books include They and We
(Random House, 1964, 6e Paradigm Publishers, 2006), The Subject is Race
(Oxford University Press, 1968), Seeing Ourselves
(Knopf, 1972, 2e 1978), Through Different Eyes
(Oxford University Press, 1973), Strangers in Their Midst
(Richwood Press, 1977), Views from Abroad
(Forum,1978), Mainstream and Margins
(Transaction Books, 1983), Tempest-Tost
(Oxford University Press, 1997), The Dispossesse
d (University of Massachusetts Press, 2005), and Guest Appearances and Other Travels in Time and Space
(Swallow Press, 2003) . The last is a kind of bridge between his academic and "extracurricular" worlds.
His latest book is With Few Reservations: Travels at Home and Abroad
(iUniverse, 2010), a collection of 48 stories. He is currently working on a new book about what goes on behind the scenes in the travel business itself.
Peter is also editor of a number of other books and author of hundreds of commentaries, reviews, and articles on a variety of subjects. Over the years he served as consulting editor at Random House/Knopf and Time-Life Books and a regular book reviewer for the Christian Science Monitor
,New York Newsday
, Congress Monthly
, and several academic journals. Editor of SoGoNow.com,
his travel stories and photographs often appear there and in the pages of Travelworld International
and Global Writes
and in other magazines on and off the web, and in such newspapers as The New York Times
, Boston Globe
, and his hometown paper, The Daily Hampshire Gazette.
A graduate ot Syracuse University, (A.B.) and Cornell University (M.A., PhD.), he is currently Sophia Smith Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Anthropology and Senior Fellow of the Kahn Institute at Smith College. A fellow and member of the faculty of the Salzburg Seminar, he has served as a visiting professor at Clark, Wesleyan, U of Colorado, Yale ,and Harvard, Fulbright professor in the UK,. Japan, Australia, Austria and the Netherlands, and visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Science in Beijing, the East-West Center in Honolulu, the Hoover Institution at Stanford, and in study centers in Bellagio and Bogliasco in Italy. He is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Society of Professional Journalists, the North American Travel Journalists Association, the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association, and a number of academic organizations.www.theprosewriter.com