Tamara Mose is a Full Professor in the Department of Sociology at Brooklyn College, City University of New York.

Born of Trinidadian parents, she was born and raised in

Guelph, Ontario Canada and currently resides in Brooklyn,

New York with her three children. Tamara is passionate about teaching and being a witness to the goals achieved by

her students. She recently published her third book entitled 

The Playdate: Parents, Children, and The New Expectations of Play. 


Tamara teaches Qualitative Research Methods, Race and Ethnicity, Classical and Contemporary Social Theory, Urban Caribbean Diaspora and is currently creating a new class on her latest research on Food and Sex.

During the 2020-21 year, Tamara Mose was the inaugural Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the American Sociological Association based in D.C.