Kazuyo Kubo specializes in the sociology of family, race and ethnic relations, and transnational studies. Her research examines the welfare of children and adoptive family formation, and how race influences U.S. parents' transnational adoption decisions and practices.
Her areas of academic focus and expertise include family formation, adoption, and race and ethnic relations.
At Lesley, she teaches these courses:
- Sociology of Family
- Sociology of Aging
- Transnational Family Formation
- Race and Ethnic Relations
- Race in a Global Perspective
- Research Methods
Kazuyo holds a BA and MA in East Asian Studies from the University of Minnesota at Twin Cities and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.