Graduate Student Publications

Current Students

Ayşe Alnıaçık-Birlema

2018. “School to Work or School to Home? An Assessment of Girls’ Vocational Education in Turkey as a Path to Employment.” Gender and Education. doi: 10.1080/09540253.2018.1465897. (with Fatoş Gökşen, and Deniz Yükseker).

2018. “Politik bir Sorun olarak Kadın İstihdamı ve Toplumsal Cinsiyet Siyasetindeki Kurumsallaşma.” A Festschrift for Prof. Ayşe Buğra. Istanbul: Iletisim. (Women’s Employment as a Political Issue and Institutionalization of Gender Politics.)

2017.  “Gender Policy Architecture in Turkey: Localizing Transnational Discourses of Women’s Employment.” Social Politics 24(3):298-323. (with Özlem Altan-Olcay, Ceren Deniz, and Fatoş Gökşen).

2015. İstanbul`da Haneler ve Proleterleşme, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Turkey Office. (Households and Proletarianization in Istanbul). (with Deniz Sert and Deniz Yükseker).

2013. “An Analysis of Public Programs Related to Women’s Entrepreneurship and Access to Labor Markets.” World Bank, Washington, DC. (with Fatoş Gökşen, Özlem Altan-Olcay, and Ceren Deniz).

2012. “Reflections from the Conference ‘Turkey debates its social policies’: A rights-based turn in social policy making in Turkey?” New Perspectives on Turkey 47:169-184. (with Ayşen Üstübici).

2012. “4+4+4 Yasası: Eğitimin Kalitesizliğini, Sosyo-Ekonomik Eşitsizlikleri ve Cinsiyet Ayrımını Derinleştirme Modeli mi? [(4+4+4 Legislation: A Model Deepening Low Quality of Education, Socioeconomic Inequalities and Sex Segregation at Schools?]” Birikim 284:62-71. (with Deniz Yükseker and Fatoş Gökşen).

2012. Girls’ Vocational High Schools, Comprehensive Evaluation Report. Istanbul: Koç University Social Policy Center. (with Fatoş Gökşen, Deniz Yükseker, and Ünal Zenginobuz).

2010. “The Effects of Forced Migration on Children and Young People, 2004-2010 Comparative Research.” Istanbul: Basak Culture and Art Foundation.

2009. After Deindustrialization in the Midst of Urban Transformation: The Case of Paşabahce Neighborhood in Istanbul. Saarbrücken: VDM Publishing.

Daniel Burridge

Forthcoming. “Globalization and Social Movements in Latin America.” In Rossi, Federico (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Latin American Social Movements. (with John Markoff).

Forthcoming. “The Global Wave of Democratization.” In Democratization (2nd Edition), edited by Christian W. Haerpfer, Patrick Bernhagen, Ronald F. Inglehart, and Christian Welzel. Oxford University Press. (with John Markoff)

Forthcoming. “Conflictos metodológicos en una zona roja: Navegando el peligro, lo político, y lo personal,” (Methodological Conflicts in a Red Zone: Navigating Danger, the Political, and the Personal). In Núñez, Daniel (ed.) Acercamientos Teóricos y Metodológicas a la Violencia en Centroamérica, (Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Violence in Central America), Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Sede Guatemala.

2016. “Critical Collaboration and Silent Movements: Reinventing the Left in El Salvador and Nicaragua,” Mobilizing Ideas. September 2, 2016. (

2015. Book Review: Mobilizing Democracy: Globalization and Citizen Protest, by Paul Almeida. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56(1):81-83.

2014. “Central America's Relations with the United States of America.” Pp. 309-321 in Handbook of Central American Governance. edited by Diego Sanchez-Ancochea and Salvador Marti i. Puig. Routlege: London and New York. (with Hector Perla and Salvador Marti i. Puig).

2014. “Conflict and Consensus in El Salvador: Contours of a Post-Neoliberal State.” Panoramas. Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) of University of Pittsburgh. ( 

Alannah Caisey 

2019. "What We Need is Education: Differentiating the Mechanisms Contributing to Persistent Racial Inequality of Education." Phylon: The Clark Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture 56(1): 58-80. (with Junia Howell). 

Benjamin Case

Forthcoming. “Rhodes Must Fall: The Struggle to Decolonize the Racist Heart of an Empire.” By Rhodes Must Fall Oxford. Roseanne Chantiluke, Brian Kwoba, and Athinangamso Nkopo, ed. Journal of Resistance Studies.

2019. "Nonviolent Civil Resistance: Beyond Violence and Nonviolence in the Age of Street Rebellion.” In Social Movements, Nonviolent Resistance, and the State. Hank Johnson, ed. London: Routledge. 190-210.

2018. “Riots as Civil Resistance: Rethinking the Terms of ‘Nonviolent’ Struggle.” Journal of Resistance Studies 41(1): 9-44.

2018. “Social Movement Ecology and Its Implications: Unpacking the Natural Metaphor.” Berkeley Journal of Sociology. 61: 76-87.

2018. “Decolonizing Jewishness: On Jewish Liberation in the 21st Century.” Tikkun. 33(1-2): 47-58.

2017. “Beyond Violence and Nonviolence.” ROAR Magazine 5:108-118.

2017. "What Are We? A Meditation on Hillel's Second Question." In Hitting a Wall: Jewish Narratives Confronting the Occupation. Arielle Angel and Ben Nadler, ed. IfNotNow. 2-4.

2016. “Why the National Anthem Protests Can’t Be Silenced.” Waging Nonviolence.

2015. “Developing Human Insecurity: Development, Marginalization, and Maoist Insurgency in India.” With James Alex Siebens and Larissa Kougblenou. In Twenty Years of Human Security: Theoretical Developments and Practical Applications. Đorđević et al., ed. Belgrade: Human Security Research Center. 249-64.

2015. “The ‘Free Speech’ Critiques of Missouri and Yale Activists are Hypocritical and Racist.” Powershift. With George Weddington.

2015. “Encrypted Resistance: From Digital Security to Dual Power.” With J. Armstrong. ROAR Magazine.

2015. “Paris and the Crisis in the Climate Justice Movement.” With Belinda Rodriguez. Popular Resistance.

2014. “In Thailand, a Political Crisis with Global Implications.” ROAR Magazine.

2014. “Right-Wing Movement Advances through Thai Military Coup.” Waging Nonviolence.

Sebastian Cuellar

2015. “La construcción cultural de la ciudadanía: Jeffrey Alexander y la fragmentación de la sociedad civil. [The Cultural Construction of Citizenship: Jeffrey Alexander and the Fragmentation of Civil Society]” In Pensadores imprescindibles para leer el poder hoy. Universidad Distrital. Bogotá.

2014. “Capitalismo Mistico: una exploracion entre ideologia y creencia [Mystic Capitalism: An Exploration Between Ideology and Belief].” Ciudad Paz Ando 6(2):124-134.        

2014. “Max Weber en clave cotidiana: a proposito de la obra de Alfred Schutz [Max Weber in Everyday Life: About the Work of Alfred Schutz].” In Max Weber. Significado y Actualidad [Max Weber: Meaning and Actuality], edited by Clemencia Tejeiro. Coleccion CES, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. (with Alfonso Piza).

Brittany Duncan

Forthcoming. “Transnational Social Movement Organizations Dataset (TSMOD), 1953-2013.” [Computer file]. Pittsburgh, PA: World-Historical Dataverse [distributor]. (with Jackie Smith, Melanie M. Hughes, and Samantha Plummer).

2015. “Contested Cosmopolitanisms: Global Meetings and Local Mobilizations” Sociological Forum, 30(1):188-208. (with Rachel Kutz-Flamenbaum).

2014. “Women’s Leadership as a Route to Greater Empowerment: Report on the Diamond Leadership Model.” Produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development. (with Melanie M. Hughes and Milad Pournik).

2012. “Media Framing of the Pittsburgh G-20 Protests.” Pp. 109-135 in Jennifer Earl, Deana A. Rohlinger (ed.) Media, Movements, and Political Change (Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Volume 33). (with Rachel V. Kutz-Flamenbaum and Suzanne Staggenborg).

Ellen Eckert-Neureiter

2015. “Abu Ghraib.” In Imperialism and Expansionism in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia, ed. Chris Magoc and David Bernstein.

Basak Gemici

2018. “Transnational Social Movement Organizations and Counter-Hegemonic Struggles Today.” Journal of World-Systems Research 24(2). doi: 10.5195/JWSR.2018.850. (with Jackie Smith, Samantha Plummer, and Melanie M. Hughes).

Hillary Lazar

Forthcoming. “Man! and the International Group: Transnational Anarchism, International Solidarity, and Depression-Era Ethnic Radicalism.” (Conference proceedings, Transnational Anarchists and Socialists, University of Würzburg, 6/30-7/1/2017, Liverpool University Press).

2018. “Intersections.” In Anarchism: A Conceptual Approach, edited by Benjamin Franks, Nathan Jun, and Leonard William. Routledge Press.

2016. “Until All Are Free: Black Feminism, Anarchism, and Interlocking Oppression.” Perspectives on Anarchist Theory 29. (

TiMar Long

2016. “Character Creation: Diversity in Gaming Art.” International Journal of Role-playing 7:23-29.

2015. “Character Creation: The Symbolic Annihilation of Race in Dungeons & Dragons” in The Wyrd Con Companion Book 2015, edited by Sarah Lynne Bowman, Los Angeles, CA.

Daniel McClymonds

Forthcoming. Review of Paul Lawrie’s Forging a Laboring Race: the African American Worker in the Progressive Imagination. International Journal of Comparative Sociology.

Joshua McDermott

2019 "Towards an Icon Model of Gentrification: Global Capitalism, Policing, and the Struggle for Iconic Spaces in Mexico City" in Urban Studies.

2015 "Extracting Democracy." Jacobin Magazine.

Corinne Ogrodnik

2016. “The Ebb and Flow of Environmentalism.”  Sociology Compass 10(3):218-229. (with Suzanne Staggenborg).

2015. “New Environmentalism and Transition Pittsburgh.”  Environmental Politics 24(5):723-741. (with Suzanne Staggenborg).

Christina Ong

2018. “Les Black Panthers prennent les armes. [The Black Panthers Take Up Arms.]” Translated by Huguette Meunier. L’Histoire, (n. 445). March 2018. (with Joshua Bloom).

Kathryn Ariella Pataki

Pataki, Kathryn Ariella and Kristenne M. Robison. 2018. “The Concept of Choice” P. 39-43 in Sex Trafficking: Feminist and Transnational Perspectives. New York: Springer.

Candice C. Robinson

Robinson, Candice C. (2019). (Re)theorizing civic engagement: Foundations for Black Americans civic engagement theory. Sociology Compass, 13(9), e12728.

Robinson, Candice C. (Forthcoming). “Black Middle Class Interpretations of Civic Engagement” Issues in Race and Society

Robinson, Candice C. (Forthcoming) “National Urban League” Race, Crime, and Justice: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic

Forthcoming. “#CarefreeBlackGirls?: Creating On-Line Community as Means of Survival.” In Deliberate: The Experience of Women of Color Graduate Students Anthology. (with Shantel Gabrieal Buggs and Regina Hamilton).

Caitlin Schroering

Forthcoming. Banerjee, Tarun and Caitlin Schroering."Responsible for Whom? The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Firm Vulnerability and Responsiveness to Social Movement Activism.” Sociological Focus.

2020. "A Year After Brazil Dam Collapse, Communities Still Calling for Accountability." Truthout.

2019. "Resistance and Knowledge Production: Social Movements as Producers of Theory and Praxis."  Revista CS, 29, 73-102.

2019.  “Brazil Dam Collapse is a Human Rights Disaster and Crime.” 2019. Truthout.

2019. Water is a Human Right! Grassroots Resistance to Corporate Power. Journal of World-Systems Research, 25(1), 28-34. doi:

2018. Review of Green Gentrification: Urban Sustainability and the Struggle for Environmental Justice, Society & Natural Resources, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1517915

2018. “Global Peasant Declaration Represents Huge Advance for Human Rights” with Jackie Smith.  Common Dreams.Available from:

2010. “Joanna Macy: Buddhism and Power for Social Change.” Denison Journal of Religion 9(1). (

2008. “Alcoa in Juruti, Brazil: A Case of Environmental Injustice and Colonialism?” SIT Digital Collections. Paper 36. (

2007. “How to Stop AIDS Now.” 2007. Foreign Policy in Focus. (

George Weddington

2018. “Political Ontology and Race Research: A Response to ‘Critical Race Theory, Afro-pessimism, and Racial Progress Narratives.’” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. doi: 10.1177/2332649218785921.


Recent Graduates

Gabriel Chouhy (2018 Ph.D.)

Forthcoming. “Beyond the Pink Tide: Hegemony, Democratization and Post-Neoliberal Transitions.” Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture.

2013. “A Specter Haunts the Neoliberal Globe: Reworking the Communist Hypothesis through the Chilean Student Movement.” In Global Movements, National Grievances Mobilizing for “Real Democracy” and Social Justice, edited by Benjamín Tejerina and Ignacia Perugorría. Bilbao: Universidad del País Vasco.

2009. “Las marcas de clase de la inseguridad ciudadana: juventud y pobreza. Miedo urbano y estigmas en Montevideo. [The Class Markers of Insecurity, Youth, and Poverty: Urban Fear and Stigma in Montevideo.]” Revista de Ciencias Sociales 25:46-59. (with Sebastián Aguiar and Laura Noboa).

2008. “Trayectorias, posiciones y disposiciones de las personas en situación de calle: bases para la construcción de un modelo analítico [Trajectories, Positions, and Dispositions of the Homeless: Bases for Constructing an Analytic Model].” In El Uruguay y la Sociología VI [Uruguay and Sociology VI]. Montevideo: Universidad de la República.

2007. Aguiar, Sebastián, Gabriel Chouhy and Verónica Filardo “Genética de la Inseguridad Ciudadana [Genetics of Public Insecurity].” In El Uruguay y la Sociología V [Uruguay and Sociology V]. Montevideo: Universidad de la República.

Elizabeth Yates (2018 Ph.D.)

2017. “Langley Park, Maryland” and “Annandale, Virginia.” In America's Changing Neighborhoods: An Encyclopedia of New Faces of Diversity and Ethnicity, edited by Reed Ueda. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

2017. “Women in the White Supremacist Movement.” In The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women’s Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly J. MaCammon, Lee Ann Banaszak, Verta Taylor, and Jo Reger. New York: Oxford University Press. (with Kathleen Blee)

2016. “Cultural Explanations for Men’s Dominance of Leadership Worldwide.” Pp. 101-122 in Women Presidents and Prime Ministers in Post-Transition Democracies, edited by Verónica Montecinos. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (with Melanie M. Hughes)

2016. “How the Tea Party Learned to Love Donald Trump.” The Monkey Cage Blog, Washington Post. December 1. (

2015. “The Place of Race in Conservative and Far Right Movements.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(1):1-10. (with Kathleen Blee).

Mehr Latif (2017 Ph.D.)

Forthcoming. “The Emotional Structure of White Supremacism.” Humanity & Society. (with Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, and Pete Simi).

Forthcoming. “The Sociology of the Far Right.” In Researching the Far Right: Theory, Method and Practice, edited by Stephen Ashe, Joel Busher, Graham Macklin, and Aaron Winter. London: Routledge series on Fascism and the Far Right. (with Kathleen Blee).

2017. “How Racial Violence is Provoked and Channeled.” Socio 9:257-276. (with Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, and Pete Simi).

2012. Voice, Choice, and Decision: A Study of Local Governance Processes in Cambodia, edited by Janelle Plummer and Gavin Tritt. Cambodia: The World Bank and The Asia Foundation. (with Robin Biddulph, Min Muny, Joakim Öjendal, Pak Kimchoeun, and Duong Viroth).

Suzanna Eddyono (2017 Ph.D.)

2015. Editor, Tantangan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat [Challenges for Community Empowerment]. Yogyakarta: PSdK FISIPOL UGM and Azzagrafika.

2015. “Narasi Hak-hak dalam Diskursus Poligami di Indonesia [Narratives of Rights in Discourses of Polygamous Marriage in Indonesia].” In Tantangan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat [Challenges for Community Empowerment], edited by Suzanna Eddyono. Yogyakarta: PSdK FISIPOL UGM and Azzagrafika.

Hatem Hassan (2019 Ph.D.)

2015. "Extraordinary Politics of Ordinary People: Explaining the Microdynamics of Popular Committees in Revolutionary Cairo."  International Sociology 30(4):383-400.

2015. "Movements as Communities." Pp. 340-354 in The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, edited by Donatella Della Porta and Mario Diani: Oxford University Press. (with Suzanne Staggenborg).

Samantha  Plummer

Forthcoming. “Transnational Social Movement Organization Networks (TSMOnet), Version I, 1993, 2003, & 2013.” [Computer File]. Pittsburgh, PA: World-Historical Dataverse [distributor]. (with Melanie M. Hughes and Jackie Smith).

Forthcoming. “Transnational Social Movement Organizations Dataset (TSMOD), 1953-2013.” [Computer file]. Pittsburgh, PA: World-Historical Dataverse [distributor]. (with Jackie Smith, Melanie M. Hughes, and Brittany Duncan).

2018. “Emotion Management, Institutional Change, and the Spatial Arrangement of Care at a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility.” Palgrave Communications 4(6). doi:10.1057/s41599-017-0058-4.

2018. “Transnational Social Movement Organizations and Counter-Hegemonic Struggles Today.” Journal of World-Systems Research 24(2). doi: 10.5195/JWSR.2018.850. (with Jackie Smith, Basak Gemici, and Melanie M. Hughes).

2018. “Transnational Advocacy Networks and Global Health Governance.” Global Health Governance 7(1):62-74. (with Melanie Hughes and Jackie Smith).

2017. “Developing a Tracking Mechanism for Gender Equality in Public Administration (GEPA): Challenges, Considerations, and Recommendations.” Produced for review by the United Nations Development Programme. (with Melanie M. Hughes, Brittany Duncan, and Leslie Marshall).

2017. “Recipes for the Collection and Production of Data for National Tracking of Gender Equality in Public Administration (GEPA).” Produced for review by the United Nations Development Programme. (with Melanie M. Hughes, Brittany Duncan, and Leslie Marshall).

2016. “Transnational Contention and Changing Organizational Fields in the Late-20th and Early-21st Centuries.” Global Networks 17(1):3-22. (with Jackie Smith and Samantha Plummer)

Sharon Madriaga Quinsaat (2016 Ph.D.)

2018. “Transnational Contention, Domestic Integration: Assimilating into the Hostland Polity Through Homeland Activism.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2018.1457433.

2018. “Does the Global North Still Dominate the International Women’s Movement? A Network Analysis of Women’s International Organizations, 1978-2008.” Mobilization. (with Melanie M. Hughes, Pamela Paxton, and Nicholas Reith).

2018. “Diasporas as Social Movements?” In Routledge Handbook of Diaspora Studies, edited by Robin Cohen and Carolin Fischer. Routledge.

2018.  “Women’s International Non-Governmental Organizations, 1950-2013.” [Dataset]. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]. (with Melanie M. Hughes, Pamela Paxton, and Nicholas Reith).

2016. “Diaspora Activism in a Non-Traditional Country of Destination: The Case of Filipinos in the Netherlands.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 39(6):1014-1033.

2016. “Review of Everyday Revolutions: Horizontalism and Autonomy in Argentina, by Marina A. Sitrin.” International Sociology Reviews 21(5):555-557.

2015. “Review of Methodological Practices in Social Movement Research, edited by Donatella Della Porta.” Mobilization 20(4):555-556.

2014. “Competing News Frames and Hegemonic Discourses in the Construction of Contemporary Immigration and Immigrants in the United States.” Mass Communication and Society 17(4):573-596.

2013. “Migrant Mobilization for Homeland Politics: A Social Movement Approach.” Sociology Compass 7(11):952-964.

2012. “The Philippines Waltzes with the Big Boys: Coalition Building in the WTO.” Asian Survey 52(5):970-994.

2009. “Philippine Agriculture under the World Trade Organization, 1995-2005: Gains, Losses, and Prospects.” Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 24(1-2):4-34. (with Maria Bernabe).

2009. “Global Issues, Local Target: The Campaign against a New WTO Round in the Philippines.” Pp. 61-108 in Localizing and Transnationalizing Contentious Politics: Global Civil Society Movements in the Philippines, edited by T. S. Encarnacion Tadem. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Marie Skoczylas (2016 Ph.D.)

2017. “Battles over Abortion and Reproductive Rights: Movement Mobilization and Strategy. In The Oxford Handbook of US Women's Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly McCammon, Lee Ann Banaszak, Verta Taylor, and Jo Reger. Oxford University Press. (with Suzanne Staggenborg).

2016. Review of Anarchy and Society: Reflections on Anarchist-Sociology, by Dana M. Williams and Jeffrey A. Shantz. International Sociology Reviews 31(5):548-549. 

2015. “The Importance of Space: Lessons from Occupy Pittsburgh” in What Comes after Occupy: The Regional Politics of Resistance, edited by Todd Comer. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Daniel Núñez (2015 Ph.D.)

2018. “Conceptions of Shame in Maya Law.” International Sociology. doi:10.1177/0268580918757104.

2017. “‘There Are No Lynchings Here’: The Invisibility of Crime and Extralegal Violence in an Eastern Guatemala Town.” In Violence and Crime in Latin America: Representations and Politics, edited by Gema Santamaría and David Carey, Jr. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.

2008. “Partidos políticos y jugadores con veto: un estudio del Congreso de Guatemala. [Political Parties and Veto Players: A Study of Congress in Guatemala].” FLACSO, Guatemala. (with Maria Alejandra Erazo)

Nichole K. Bayliss (2014 Ph.D.)

2016. “The Patient-Provider Relationship Is Associated with Hepatitis C Treatment Eligibility: A Prospective Mixed-Methods Cohort Study.” PLOS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0148596 . (with Shari S. Rogal , Robert M. Arnold, Michael Chapko, Barbara V. Hanusa, Ada Youk, Galen E. Switzer, Mary Ann Sevick, Carolyn L. Zook, Alexis Chidi, David S. Obrosky, Susan L. Zickmund).

2015. Media Review: “The Tough Guise: Teaching violent masculinity as the only way to be a man.” Sex Roles 72(11-12):566-568. (with Melissa Bell).

2015. “Racial Differences in Satisfaction with VA Health Care: A Mixed Methods Pilot Study.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2(3):317-329. (with Susan L. Zickmund, Kelly H. Burkitt, Shasha Gao, Roslyn A. Stone, Keri L. Rodriguez, Galen E. Switzer, Judy A. Shea, Rebecca Meiksin, Mary B. Walsh, and Michael J. Fine).

2015. “Veteran, Primary Care Provider, and Specialist Satisfaction with Electronic-Consultation.” JMIR Medical Informatics 3(1):e5. (with Keri L. Rodriguez, Kelly H. Burkitt, Jennifer E. Skoko, Galen E. Switzer, Susan L. Zickmund, Michael J. Fine, and David S. Macpherson).

2011. “Overcoming Barriers in the Recruitment of Nurses for Participation in Healthcare Research.” Qualitative Health Research 21(12):1705-1718. (with Lauren Matukaitis Broyles, Keri L. Rodriguez, Patrice A. Price, and Mary Ann Sevick).

2011. “Effect of Patient and Patient-Oncologist Relationship Characteristics on Communication about Health-Related Quality of Life.” Psycho-oncology 20(9):935-942. (with Keri L. Rodriguez, Stewart C. Alexander, Amy S. Jeffreys, Maren K. Olsen, Kathryn I. Pollak, Sarah K. Garrigues, James A. Tulsky, and Robert M. Arnold).

2010. “Factor Analysis and Internal Consistency of the FAMCARE Scale for Use in the Long-Term Care Setting.” Palliat Support Care 8(2):169-176. (with Keri L. Rodriguez, Emily Jaffe, and Susan Zickmund).

2010. “How Oncologists and their Patients with Advanced Cancer Communicate about Health-Related Quality of Life.” Psycho-oncology 19(5):490-499. (with Keri L. Rodriguez, Stewart C. Alexander, Amy S. Jeffreys, Maren K. Olsen, Kathryn I. Pollak, Sarah L. Kennifer, James A. Tulsky, and Robert M. Arnold).

Kimberly Creasap (2014 Ph.D.)

2016. “Finding the Movement: The Geographies of Social Movement Scenes.” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 36(11/12:792-807.

2014. “Zine-Making as Feminist Pedagogy.” Feminist Teacher 24(3):155-168.

2013. “Punk Politics.” Contexts 12(1):4.

2012. “Social Movement Scenes: Place-Based Politics and Everyday Resistance.”  Sociology Compass 6(2):182-191.

2011. “Conservative and Right-Wing Movements.” Annual Review of Sociology 36(1):269-286. (with Kathy Blee)

Jane Schuchert Walsh (2014 Ph.D.)

2013. Review of Cross-National Comparisons of Social Movement Unionism: Diversities of Labour Movement Revitalization in Japan, Korea and the United States, edited by Akira Suzuki. Work and Occupations 40(3):314-316.

2012. "A 'New' Social Movement: U.S. Labor and the Trends of Social Movement Unionism." Sociology Compass 6(2):192-204.

Kelsy Burke (2013 Ph.D.)

2018. “Logics of Religious Freedom: Examining How People Characterize their Opinions of Religious Exemption Legislation.” Socius 4:1-18. (with Emily Kazyak and Mathew Stange).

2016. Christians under Covers: Evangelicals and Sexual Pleasure on the Internet. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

2016. “God’s Case for Sex.” Contexts 15:30-35. (with Orit Avishai).

2016. “Making the Invisible Visible: Shining a Light on Gender and Sexuality in Courses Primarily Focused on Other Topics.” In Teaching Gender and Sex in Contemporary America, edited by Kristen Haltinner and Ryanne Pilgeram. New York: Springer. (with Alexa Trumpy).

2015. “Sexual Encounters and Manhood Acts: Evangelicals, Latter-day Saints, and Religious Masculinities.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:330-344. (with Amy Moff Hudec).

2014. “What Makes a Man: Gender and Sexual Boundaries on Evangelical Christian Sexuality Websites.” Sexualities 17:3-22.

2013. “Teaching about Organized Racism” in Teaching Race and Anti-Racism in Contemporary America, edited by Kristen Haltinner. New York: Springer. (with Kathleen Blee)

2012. “Women’s Agency in Gender-Traditional Religions: A Review of Four Approaches.” Sociology Compass 6:122-133.

2012. “Superstars and Misfits: Two Pop-Trends in the Gender Culture of Contemporary Evangelicalism.” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 24:67-79. (with Amy McDowell).

2012. Review of Making Chastity Sexy: The Rhetoric of Evangelical Abstinence Campaigns, by Christine J. Gardner. Sociology of Religion 73:100-102.

Amy McDowell (2013 Ph.D.)

2017. “Aggressive and Loving Men: Gender Hegemony in Christian Hardcore Punk.” Gender & Society 31(2):223-44.

2017. “Muslim Punk in an Alt-Right Era.” Contexts 16(3):63-65.

2017. “‘Christian But Not Religious’: Being Church as Christian Hardcore Punk.” Sociology of Religion. doi:10.1093/socrel/srx033.

2016. “‘This is for the Brown Kids!’ Racialization and the Formation of ‘Muslim’ Punk Rock.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 3(2):159-171.

2014. “Warriors and Terrorists: Antagonism as Strategy in Christian Hardcore and Muslim ‘Taqwacore’ Punk Rock.” Qualitative Sociology 37(3):255-276.

2013. “Social Movement Audiences.” Sociological Forum. 27(1):1-20. (with Kathleen Blee).

2013. “Contemporary Christian Music.” In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, Second Edition, edited by Charles Hiroshi Garrett. Oxford University Press.

2013. “Interviewing Activists.” In Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements. (with Kathleen Blee).

2012. “Superstars and Misfits: Two-Pop Trends in the Gender Culture of Contemporary Evangelicalism.” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 24(1):67-79. (with Kelsy Burke)

2012. “The Duality of Spectacle and Secrecy: A Case Study of Fraternalism in the 1920s U.S. Ku Klux Klan.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 36(1):1-17. (with Kathleen Blee). [reprinted in Race and Ethnicity in Secret and Exclusive Social Orders: Blood and Shadows, edited by Matthew W. Hughey. Taylor and Francis, forthcoming.

2012. “Social Movement Audiences.” Sociological Forum 27(1):1-20. (with Kathleen Blee).