Selected Publications


John L. Campbell


Campbell, John L.  2018.  American Discontent: The Rise of Donald Trump and Decline of the Golden Age.  New York: Oxford University Press.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall.  2017.  The Paradox of Vulnerability: States, Nationalism and the Financial Crisis.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall.  2015.  The World of StatesLondon: Bloomsbury Press.

Campbell, John L. and Ove K. Pedersen. 2014. The National Origins of Policy Ideas: Knowledge Regimes in the United States, France, Germany and Denmark. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Morgan, Glenn, John L. Campbell, Colin Crouch, Ove K. Pedersen, and Richard Whitley, editors. 2010. Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis. New York:  Oxford University Press.

Campbell, John L., John A. Hall, Ove K. Pedersen, editors.  2006.  National Identity and the Varieties of Capitalism: The Danish ExperienceMontreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Campbell, John L.  2004.  Institutional Change and GlobalizationPrinceton:  Princeton University Press.

Campbell, John L. and Ove K. Pedersen, editors.  2001.  The Rise of Neoliberalism and Institutional AnalysisPrinceton: Princeton University Press.


Campbell, John L.  2018.  “Corporate Social Responsibility and the Financial Crisis: Reflections on the 2017 AMR Decade Award.”   Academy of Management Review 43(4)546-556.

Campbell, John L.  2017.  “Institutions, Policy Planning Networks and Who Rules America?”  Pp. 86-101 in Studying the Power Elite: Fifty Years of Who Rules America?  edited by G. William Domhoff.  New York: Routledge.

Campbell, John L. and Ove K. Pedersen.  2015.  "Policy Ideas, Knowledge Regimes and Comparative Political Economy."  Socio-Economic Review  13(4)679-702.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall.  2015.  "The World of States."  The World Financial Review March/April pp. 8-11.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall.  2015.  "Small States, Nationalism and Institutional Capacities: An Explanation of the Difference in Response of Ireland and Denmark to the Financial Crisis."  European Journal of Sociology  56(1)143-174.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall.  2015.  "The Economic Consequences of the Size of Nations: Denmark in Comparative Perspective."  In Building the Nation: Nikolai Grundtvig and Danaish National Identity, edited by John A. Hall, Ove Korsgaard and Ove K. Pedersen.  Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Campbell,  John L. and Ove K. Pedersen.  2015.  "Making Sense of Economic Uncertainty: Knowledge Regimes in the United States and Denmark."  Pp. 22-40 in Sources of National Institutional Competitiveness: Sense Making and Institutional Change, edited by Susana Borras and Leonard Seabrooke.  New York: Oxford University Press.

Campbell, John L. and Ove. K. Pedersen.  2014.  "The National Origins of Policy Ideas."  The World Financial Review July/August, pp. 26-28.

Campbell, John L., Charles Quincy, Jordan Osserman and Ove K. Pedersen.  2013.  "Coding In-Depth Semi-Structured Interviews: Problems of Unitization and Inter-Coder Reliability and Agreement."  Sociological Methods and Research 42 (3)294-320.

Patsiurko, Natalka, John L. Campbell and John A. Hall. 2013. "Nation-State Size, Ethnic Diversity and Economic Performance in the Advanced Capitalist Countries." New Political Economy  18(6)827-844.

Patsiurko, Natalka, John L. Campbell and John A. Hall. 2012. "Measuring Cultural Diversity: Ethnic, Linguistic and Religious Fractionalization in the OECD." Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(2)195-217.

Campbell, John L. 2011. "The U.S. Financial Crisis: Lessons for Theories of Institutional Complementarity." Socio-Economic Review 9:211-34.

Campbell, John L. and Ove K. Pederson. 2011. "Knowledge Regimes and Comparative Political Economy." Pp 167-90 in Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research, edited by Daniel Béland and Robert Cox. New York: Oxford University Press.

Campbell, John L. 2010. "Neoliberalism in Crisis: Regulatory Roots of the U.S. Financial Meltdown." Research in the Sociology of Organizations 30B:65-101.

Campbell, John L. 2010. "Institutional Reproduction and Change." Pp. 87-115 in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis, edited by Glenn Morgan, John L. Campbell, Colin Crouch, Ove K. Pedersen, and Richard Whitley. New York: Oxford University Press.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall. 2010. "Defending the Gellnerian Premise: Denmark in Historical and Comparative Context." Nations and Nationalism 16(1)89-107.

Campbell, John L. 2010.  "Neoliberalism's Penal and Debtor States: A Rejoinder to Löic Wacquant."  Theoretical Criminology 14(1)59-73.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall. 2009. "National Identity and the Political Economy of Small States." Review of International Political Economy 16(4)547-572.

Campbell, John L. 2009. "What Do Sociologists Bring to International Political Economy?" Pp. 260-73 in Routledge Handbook of International Political Economy, edited by Mark Blyth. London: Routledge.

Campbell, John L. 2009. "A Renaissance for Fiscal Sociology?" Pp. 256-65 in The New Fiscal Sociology: Taxation in Comparative and Historical Perspective, edited by Issac Martin, Ajay Mehrotra and Monica Prasad. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Campbell, John L. and Ove K. Pedersen.  2007.  “The Varieties of Capitalism and Hybrid Success: Denmark in the Global Economy.” Comparative Political Studies 40(2)307-32.

Campbell, John L.  2007.  “Why Would Corporations Behave in Socially Responsible Ways?  An Institutional Theory of Corporate Social Responsibility.” Academy of Management Review 32(3)946-67.

Campbell, John L.  2005.  “Where Do We Stand?  Common Mechanisms in Organizations and Social Movements Research.” Pp. 41-68 in Social Movements and Organization Theory, edited by Gerald F. Davis, Doug McAdam, W. Richard Scott, and Mayer N. Zald.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Campbell, John L.  2005.  “Fiscal Sociology in an Age of Globalization: Comparing Tax Regimes in Advanced Capitalist Countries.” Pp. 391-418 in The Economic Sociology of Capitalism, edited by Victor Nee and Richard Swedberg.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Campbell, John L.  2003.  “States, Politics and Globalization: Why Institutions Still Matter.” Pp. 234-59 in The Nation-State in Question, edited by T.V. Paul, G. John Ikenberry and John A. Hall.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Campbell, John L.  2002.  “Ideas, Politics and Public Policy.” Annual Review of Sociology 28:21-38.

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Marc Dixon

DiGrazia, Joe and Marc Dixon. 2019. “The Conservative Upsurge and Labor Policy in the States.” Work and Occupations (forthcoming).

Martin, Andrew W. and Marc Dixon. 2019. “The Institutionalization of Anti-Business Protest, 1960-1995.” The Sociological Quarterly (forthcoming).

Dixon, Marc, Melinda Kane and Joseph DiGrazia. 2017. “Organization, Opportunity, and the Shifting Politics of Employment Discrimination.” Social Currents 4(2):111-127.

Dixon, Marc, Andrew W. Martin and Michael Nau. 2016. “Social Protest and Corporate Change: Brand Visibility, Third Party Influence, and the Responsiveness of Corporations to Activist Campaigns.” Mobilization 21 (1):65-82.

Dixon, M and A W Martin. 2012. “We Can’t Win This on Our Own: Unions, Firms, and the Mobilization of External Allies in Labor Disputes.” American Sociological Review 77 (2012):946-969.

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Lev Grinberg

Grinberg, L.L. (2013) MO(VE)MENTS OF RESISTANCE: POLITICS, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY IN ISRAEL/PALESTINE – 1931-2013, Boston: Academic Studies Press.

BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND MILITARY RULE, London: Routledge. 251 pp. (Listed as one of the
Critical Books of the Year by Critical Inquiry) (in Spanish: Politica y Violencia en Israel/Palestina, Buenos Aires: Prometeo, 2012)



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Jason Houle

Berger, LM and Houle, JN. "Rising Household Debt and Children’s Socioemotional Well-being Trajectories." Demography Vol 56 Issue 4: 1273–1301

MacKenzie, Todd A., Jason Houle, Steven Jiang, Tracy Onega. "Middle-aged death and taxes in the USA: Association of state tax burden and expenditures in 2005 with survival from 2006 to 2015." PLOS ONE. Published: April 12, 2019


Ruining Sun, Amy and Houle, Jason N. "Trajectories of Unsecured Debt across the Life Course and Mental Health at Midlife." Society and Mental Health. First Published December 17, 2018


Houle, Jason and Lonnie Berger. 2017. “Children with Disabilities and Trajectories of Parents’ Consumer Debt Across the Life Course.” Social Science Research 64:184-196.

Houle, Jason and Michael T. Light. 2017. “The Harder They Fall? Race and Sex Specific Suicide Rates in the Foreclosure Crisis.” Social Science & Medicine 180:114-124.

Houle, Jason N., and Cody Warner. 2017. "Into the Red and Back to the Nest? Student Debt, College Completion, and Returning to the Parental Home among Yount Adults." Sociology of Education  Vol. 90:(1) 89-108.

Addo, Fenaba, Jason Houle, and Daniel Simon†. 2016. “Young, Black, and (Still) In the Red: Parental Wealth, Race, and Student Loan Debt.” Forthcoming, Race and Social Problems.
†undergraduate/graduate student mentee

Lonnie Berger and Jason Houle. 2016. “Parental Debt and Child Well-being.” Forthcoming, Pediatrics.

Houle, Jason and Lonnie Berger. 2015. “Is Student Loan Debt Discouraging Home Buying Among Young Adults?” Social Service Review 89:589-621.

Houle, Jason. 2015. “Out of the Nest and Into the Red: The Dynamics of Debt in Young Adulthood.” Pp. 17-30 in Owned, D Hartmann and C Uggen, eds. New York: WW Norton (also appears at The Society Pages

Houle, Jason* and Danya Keene*. 2015. “Getting Sick and Falling Behind: Health and the Risk of Mortgage Default and Home Foreclosure.” Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 69:382-387.
   *author listing is alphabetical

Houle, Jason, J. Michael Collins, and Max Schmeiser. 2015. “Flu and Finances: Influenza Outbreaks and Loan Defaults in U.S. Cities, 2004-2012” Forthcoming, American Journal of Public Health.

Blackstone, Amy, Jason Houle, and Christopher Uggen. 2014. “‘At the Time, I Thought it was Great:’ Age, Experience, and Workers’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment.” Sociological Spectrum 34:314-337.

Houle, Jason. 2014. “A Generation Indebted: Young Adult Debt Across Three Cohorts.” Social Problems Vol. 61, No. 3 (August 2014), pp. 448-465.

Houle, Jason N and Michael T Light. 2014. "The Home Foreclosure Crisis and Rising Suicide Rates, 2005-2010." American Journal of Public Health June 2014, Vol. 104, No. 6, pp. 1073-1079.

Houle, Jason N. 2014. "Disparities in Debt: Parents Socioeconomic Resources and Young Adult Student Loan Debt." Sociology of Education.  A podcast for this article can be found here.

Houle, Jason. 2014. "Mental Health in the Foreclosure Crisis." Social Science and Medicine 118:1-8.

Barkan, Steven, Michael Rocque and Jason Houle. 2013. "State and Regional Suicide Rates: A New Look at an Old Puzzle." Forthcoming, Sociological Perspectives 56:287-297.

Frisco, Michelle, Jason Houle, and Adam Lippert. 2013. "Weight Gain and Depression Among US Young Women During the Transition to Adulthood." Forthcoming, American Journal of Epidemiology 178:22-30.

Houle, Jason. 2013. "Depressive Symptoms and All-Cause Mortality in a Longitudinal Nationally Representative Sample with Time-Varying Covariates." Psychosomatic Medicine 75:297-304.

Houle, Jason, Jeremy Staff, Jeylan Mortimer, Christopher Uggen, and Amy Blackstone. 2011. "The Impact of Sexual Harassment on Depressive Symptoms During the Early Occupational Career." Society and Mental Health 1:89-105.

Houle, Jason, and Molly Martin. 2011. "Does Intergenerational Mobility Shape Individual Psychology? Sorokin Revisited" Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 29:193-203.

Houle, Jason. 2011. "The Psychological Impact of Intragenerational Social Class Mobility." Social Science Research 40:757-772.

Houle, Jason, Michelle Frisco, and Molly Martin. 2010. "The Image in the Mirror and the Number on the Scale: Weight, Weight Perceptions, and Adolescent Depressive Symptoms." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 51:215-228.

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Sunmin Kim

2019 "Rethinking Models of Minority Political Participation: Inter- and Intra-group Variation in Political "Styles" Du Bois Review: Social Science Research On Race 16(2) 

2019 "Where is the Archive in Historical Sociology? The Case for Ethnographic Dispositions" (with Armando Lara-Millán and Brian Sargent) Trajectories 30

2018 "The Mechanics of Immigration Polls: A Review" (with Taeku Lee), Public Opinion Quarterly 82(1) 
Deborah K. King

Deborah Karyn King

King, Deborah K. 2010. "Mom-in-Chief:  Community Othermothering and Michelle Obama, The First Lady of the People's House," in Race in the Age of Obama, edited by Donald Cunnigen and Marino A. Bruce.  UK: Emerald Group Publishing. Research in Race and Ethnic Relations Series, Volume 16: 77-123.

“Multiple Jeopardy, Multiple Consciousness: The Context of Black Feminist Ideology,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society,  v14 n1 (Autumn 1988) 88-111.

Durr, Marlese and King, Deborah K.  “Braiding, Slicing, and Dicing:  The African American Woman’s Home as a Site of Work.” (under review)

“Missing the Beat, Unraveling the Threads: Class and Gender in Afro-American Social Issues,” The Black Scholar, 22:3 (Summer 1992) 36-44.

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Katherine Y. Lin

Lin, Katherine Y. and Sarah A. Burgard. 2018. "Working, parenting and work-home spillover: Gender differences in the work-home interface across the life course." Advances in Life Course Research, 35: 24-36. 

Lin, Katherine Y., Renee Anspach, Brett Crawford, Sonali Parnami, Andrea Fuhrel-Forbis, Raymond G. De Vries. 2014. “What Must I do to Succeed?: Narratives from the US Premedical Experience.” Social Science and Medicine, 119: 98-105.

Lin, Katherine Y. 2014. “Physicians’ Perceptions of Autonomy across Practice Types: Is Autonomy in Solo Practice a Myth?” Social Science and Medicine, 100: 21-29.

Burgard, Sarah A. and Katherine Y. Lin. 2013. “Bad Jobs, Bad Health? How Work and Working Conditions Contribute to Health Disparities." American Behavioral Scientist, 57(8): 1105-1127.

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Kathryn J. Lively

Matthews, Morgan C. and Kathryn J. Lively. 2017. “Making Volunteer-Based Democracy ‘Work’: Gendered Coping Strategies in a Citizen Legislature.”  Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World.

McLeod, Jane D, Timothy Hallett, and Kathryn J. Lively. 2015. "Beyond Three Faces: Toward an Integrated Social Psychology of Inequality." Advances in Group Processses, 32: 1-29.

Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise. 2014. "Emotion in Affect Control Theory." In The Handbook of the Sociology of Emotion, Volume II, edited by J.E. Stets and J.H. Turner. New York: Springer.

Lively, Kathryn J. and Emi A. Weed. 2014. "Emotion Management: Sociological Insight into What, How, Why and To What End?" Emotion Review 6 (3): 202-207.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. “Age and Its Effect on the Experience and Management of Emotion.” Advances in Group Processes 30: 231-265.  

Kent L. Sandstrom, Kathryn J. Lively, Daniel D. Martin and Gary Alan Fine. 2013 Selves, Symbols, and Society. 4th Edition. Oxford University Press.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. "Social and Cultural Influences: Gender Effects on Emotion Labor at Work and at Home." In Alicia Grandey, James A. Diefendorff, and Deborah Rupp (Eds.). Emotional Labor in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives on Emotion Regulation at Work. New York, NY: Psychology Press/Routledge.

Lively, Kathryn J., Lala Steelman, and Brian Powell. 2010. “Equity, Emotion, and the Household Division of Labor.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 358-379.

Simon, Robin W. and Kathryn J. Lively. 2010. “Investigating the Relationships Among Sex, Anger, and Depression.”  Social Forces 88: 1543-1568.

Cheng, Simon and Kathryn J. Lively.  2009. “Multiracial Self-identification and Adolescent Outcomes: Revisiting the Marginal Man Thesis.”  Social Forces 88: 61-98.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2008. “Emotional Segueing and the Management of Emotion, By Women and Men.”Social Forces 87:911-36.

Lively, Kathryn J., Brian Powell, Glaudia Geist, and Lala Carr Steelman. 2008. "Inequity among Intimates."in Karen Hegtvedt and Jody Clay-Warner [Eds.] Advances in Group Processes 25: 87-116.

Lively, Kathryn J. and Brian Powell. 2006.  "Emotional Expression at Work and at Home: Domain, Status or Individual Characteristics?" Social Psychology Quarterly 69: 17-38.

Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise.  2004.  “Sociological Realms of Emotional Experience.” American Journal of Sociology 109:1109-36.  

Lively, Kathryn J.  2002. “Client Contact and Emotional Labor: Upsetting the Balance and Evening the Field.”  Work and Occupations, Vol 29: 198-225.

Lively, Kathryn J.  2001. “Occupational Claims to Professionalism: The Case of Paralegals.”  Symbolic Interaction. Vol. 24: 343-66.  

Lively, Kathryn J.  2000. “Reciprocal Emotion Management: Working Together to Maintain Stratification in Private Law Firms."  Work and Occupations.  Vol. 27: 32-63

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Janice McCabe, AssociateProfessor of Sociology, Dartmouth College, July 2017

Janice M. McCabe

Janice McCabe. 2016. Connecting in College: How Friendship Networks Matter for Academic and Social Success. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. * * Reviewed in Contemporary Sociology, Journal of College Student Development and British Journal of Educational Studies. * * Honorable Mention for the Midwest Sociological Society’s 2018 Distinguished Book Award.

Janice McCabe. 2019. “The Corner, The Canopy, and the Iconic Ghetto: Q&A with Elijah Anderson.” Contexts 18(1):10-11.

Janice McCabe. 2018. “Activism and the Academy: Q&A with Cornel West.” Contexts 17(3):10-11.

Douglas Schrock, Janice McCabe, and Christian Vaccaro. 2018. “Narrative Manhood Acts: Batterer Intervention Program Graduates’ Tragic Relationships.” Symbolic Interaction 41(3):384-410.

Janice McCabe. 2017. “What Is Sociology?” Pp. 306-315 in What Are The Arts and Sciences? A Guide for the Curious, edited by Daniel Rockmore. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England.

Janice McCabe and Brandon A. Jackson. 2016. "Pathways to Financing College: Race and Class in Students’ Narratives of Paying for School." Social Currents 3(4): 367-385. doi:10.1177/2329496516636404

Janice McCabe. 2016. “Friends With Academic Benefits.” Contexts 15(3):22-29.

Amanda Koontz Anthony and Janice McCabe. 2015. “Friendship Talk as Identity Work: Defining the Self through Friend Relationships.” Symbolic Interaction 38(1):64-82.

Janice McCabe. 2015. “‘That’s What Makes Our Friendships Stronger’: Supportive Friendships Based on Racial Solidarity and Racial Diversity.” Pp. 64-79 in College Students’ Experiences of Power and Marginality: Sharing Spaces and Negotiating Differences, edited by Elizabeth M. Lee and Chaise LaDousa. New York: Routledge.

Janice McCabe.  2013. “Making Theory Relevant: The Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory.”  Teaching Sociology 41(3):282-293. doi: 10.1177/0092055X13480153.

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Janice McCabe, Amanda E. Tanner, Jack K. Martin, J. Scott Long, and Julia R. Heiman. 2013. “Methodological Innovations and Challenges in the Kinsey Institute National Survey Pilot Project.” International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 7(2):178-188.

Koji Ueno, Eric R. Wright, Matthew Gayman, and Janice McCabe. 2012. “Segregation in Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth’s Personal Networks: Testing Structural Constraint, Choice Homophily, and Compartmentalization Hypotheses.” Social Forces 90(3):971-991.

Christian Vaccaro, Douglas Schrock, and Janice McCabe. 2011. “Managing Emotional Manhood: Fighting and Fostering Fear in Mixed Martial Arts.” Social Psychology Quarterly 74(4):414-437.

Janice McCabe. 2011. “Doing Multiculturalism: An Interactionist Analysis of the Practices of a Multicultural Sorority.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 40(5):521-549.

Janice McCabe, Emily Fairchild, Liz Grauerholz, Bernice Pescosolido, and Daniel Tope. 2011. “Gender in Twentieth-Century Children’s Books: Patterns of Disparity in Titles and Central Characters.” Gender and Society 25(2):197-226.

Janice McCabe. 2009. “Racial and Gender Microaggressions on a Predominantly-White Campus: Experiences of Black, Latina/o and White Undergraduates.” Race, Gender and Class16(1):133-151.

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Misagh Parsa

Misagh Parsa

Democracy in Iran: Why It Failed and How It Might Succeed, Harvard University Press (November, 2016).

“Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979,” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, edited by David Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam, (February 2013).

“Ideology and Political Action in the Iranian Revolution,” Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Vol. 31, No. 1, Duke University Press, (2011).

“Revolution” Encyclopedia of International Political Science Association, edited by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, and Leonardo Morlino.  SAGE, (September 2011).

“The Political Economy of Third World Revolutions,” in “The Handbook on the Political Economy of War,” edited by Christopher Coyne and Rachel L. Mathers, Edward Elgar Publishing, (March 2011).

“The Contentious Century: Iran from 1919.” In New Cambridge History of Islam, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (November 2010).

“Democratization Movement and Continuation of the Conflicts of the Iranian Revolution.”  Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, Vol. 26, # 2, (Fall 2009).

Introduction to the special issue on the thirtieth anniversary of the Iranian revolution in Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Vol. 29, No. 1, (2009).

“State, Class, and Ideology in the Iranian Revolution,” Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Duke University Press, Vol. 29, No. 1, (2009).

"Conflicts and Collective Action in the Iranian Revolution: A Quantitative Analysis." Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, Vol. 20, No. 2, (November 2004).

Devlet, Ideoloji ve Devrim: Iran, Nikaragua ve Filipinler Devrimlerinin Karsilastirmali Analizi, (2004).

“Will Globalization and Democratization Make Revolutions Obsolete?” in The Future of Revolutions, J Foran (ed.), (2003).

“Islamic Fundamentalist Movements and the Theory of Clash of Civilizations,” Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, 18:1 (April 2002).

States, Ideologies, and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of Iran, Nicaragua, and the Philippines, (2000).

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Agnieszka Pasieka

2017. “Taking  far-right  claims  seriously  and  literally:  anthropology  and  the  study  of  right-wing  radicalism.” Slavic Review  76,  no.  S1:  S19-S29.

2016. “Re-enacting  Ethnic  Cleansing:  People’s  History  and  Elitist  Nationalism  in  Contemporary  Poland.” Nations and  Nationalism 22(1):  63-83.

2015. Hierarchy  and  Pluralism:  Living  Religious  Difference  in  Catholic  PolandNew  York:  Palgrave  Macmillan.

Kimberly B. Rogers

Kimberly B. Rogers

Boyle, Kaitlin M. and Kimberly B. Rogers. Forthcoming. “Beyond the Rape “Victim”-“Survivor” Binary: How Race, Gender, and Identity Processes Interact to Shape Distress.” Sociological Forum.

Rogers, Kimberly B., Adam Nemeroff, and Kelly Caputo. 2020. “Strategic Design Toward Foundational Learning Goals in Introduction to Sociology.” Teaching Sociology 48: 40-53.

Rogers, Kimberly B. 2019. "Identity Meanings and Categorical Inequality." Pp. 267-88 in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by Jan Stets and Richard Serpe. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 

Rogers, Kimberly B. 2019. “Sources of Consensus and Variegation in Cultural Affective Meanings.” Social Currents 6: 219-38. 

Hoey, Jesse, Tobias Schröder, Jonathan Morgan, Kimberly B. Rogers, Deepak Rishi, and Mei Nagappan. 2018. “Artificial Intelligence and Social Simulation: Studying Group Dynamics on a Massive Scale.” Small Groups Research 49: 647-83.

Rogers, Kimberly B. 2018. “Do You See What I See? Testing for Individual Differences in Impressions of Events.” Social Psychology Quarterly 81: 149-72.

Kriegel, Darys J., Jesse K. Clark, Robert Freeland, David R. Heise, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Dawn T. Robinson, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2017. "A Multi-Level Investigation of Arabic-Language Impression Change." International Journal of Sociology 47: 278-95.

Morgan, Jonathan H., Kimberly B. Rogers, and Mao Hu. 2016. “Distinguishing Normative Processes from Noise: A Comparison of Four Approaches to Modeling Impressions of Social Events.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79: 311-32.

Schröder, Tobias, Jesse Hoey, and Kimberly B. Rogers. 2016. “Modeling Dynamic Identities and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory.” American Sociological Review 81: 828-55.

- 2017 Outstanding Recent Contribution in Social Psychology Award, Social Psychology Section, American Sociological Association

- 2017 Outstanding Article Publication Award, Mathematical Sociology Section, American Sociological Association

Clay-Warner, Jody, Dawn T. Robinson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Katie R. James. 2016. “Justice Standard Determines Emotional Responses to Over-Reward.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79: 44-67.

Rogers, Kimberly B. 2015. “Expectation States, Social Influence, and Affect Control: Opinion and Sentiment Change through Social Interaction.” Advances in Group Processes 32: 65-98.

Foy, Steven, Robert E. Freeland, Andrew Miles, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2014. “Emotions and Affect as Source, Outcome, and Resistance to Inequality.” In Handbook of the Social Psychology of Inequality, edited by J. D. McLeod, E. J. Lawler and M. L. Schwalbe. New York, NY: Springer.

Rogers, Kimberly B., Tobias Schröder, and Christian von Scheve. 2014. “Dissecting the Sociality of Emotion: A Multi-Level Approach.” Emotion Review 6: 124-33.

Rogers, Kimberly B. and Dawn T. Robinson. 2014. “Measuring Emotions.” In Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, Volume II, edited by J. E. Stets and J. H. Turner. New York, NY: Springer.

Rogers, Kimberly B., Tobias Schröder, and Wolfgang Scholl. 2013. “The Affective Structure of Stereotype Content: Behavior and Emotion in Intergroup Context.” Social Psychology Quarterly 76: 125-50.

Schröder, Tobias, Kimberly B. Rogers, Julija Mell, Shuuichiro Ike, and Wolfgang Scholl. 2013. “Affective Meanings of Stereotyped Social Groups in Cross-Cultural Comparison.” Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16: 717-33.

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Kristin E. Smith

Sassler, S., K. Michelmore, and K. Smith. 2017. “A Tale of Two Majors: Explaining the Gender Gap in STEM Employment Among Computer Science and Engineering Degree Holders.” Social Sciences, 6(3): 69. doi:10.3390/socsci6030069  

Smith, K. E. (2017). Changing gender roles and rural poverty. In A. Tickamyer, J. Sherman, & J. Warlick (Eds.), Rural Poverty in the U.S.A.. New York: Columbia University Press.

Smith, K. 2015. “Family Income Composition.” In Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn (eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Wiley Publishing.

Smith, K. E., & Mattingly, M. J. (2014). Husbands' job loss and wives' labor force participation during economic downturns: are all recessions the same?. MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW. Retrieved from

Hollister, M. N., & Smith, K. E. (2014). Unmasking the Conflicting Trends in Job Tenure by Gender in the United States, 1983–2008. American Sociological Review, 79(1), 159-181. doi:10.1177/0003122413514584

Smith, K. and R. Glauber. 2013. “Exploring the Spatial Wage Penalty for Women: Does it Matter Where You Live?” Social Science Research, 42(5): 1390-401. First published online 8 April 2013.


Baughman, R. and K. Smith. 2012. “Labor Mobility of the Direct Care Workforce: Implications for the Provision of Long-Term Care.”  Health Economics, 21(12): 1402-1415.  First published online 25 Oct 2011, doi: 10.1002/hec.1798.

Howes, C., C. Leana, and K. Smith. 2012. “Chapter 4, Paid Care” in For Love and Money: Care Provision in the US. Edited by Nancy Folbre. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Smith, K. and M. Mattingly. 2012. “Rural Families in Transition.” in International Handbook of Rural Demography, edited by Laszlo Kulcsar and Katherine Curtis, 239-253. New York, Springer.

Smith, K and A. Tickamyer. 2011. “Introduction” in Economic Restructuring and Family Well-Being in Rural America, edited by Kristin E. Smith and Ann R. Tickamyer, 1-21. University Park, Penn State University Press.

Smith, K. 2011.  “Changing Roles: Women and Work in Rural America” in Economic Restructuring and Family Well-Being in Rural America, edited by Kristin E. Smith and Ann R. Tickamyer, 60-81. University Park, Penn State University Press.

Tickamyer, A. and K. Smith. 2011. “Conclusion” in Economic Restructuring and Family Well-Being in Rural America, edited by Kristin E. Smith and Ann R. Tickamyer, 336-345. University Park, Penn State University Press.

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Emily Walton

Walton, Emily. Forthcoming 2019. “Habits of Whiteness: How Racial Domination Persists in Multiethnic Neighborhoods.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Commentary. December 16, 2019. "Trump and Stephen Miller capitalize on white America's fear its racial identity is losing value."

Commentary. November 4, 2019. What's It Like To Be a Person of Color in Rural New England? Basically Invisible. Cognoscenti WBUR

Commentary. September 23, 2019. All college students should take a mandatory course on black history and white privilege. USA Today.

Commentary. June 7, 2019. Dear White People: Moving to a Diverse Neighborhood Isn't Enough. Cognoscenti WBUR.

Walton, Emily. 2018. “A Guest in Someone’s House? Asian Americans in Small Town America.” Contexts. 7: 18-23.

Walton, Emily. 2018. "The Meaning of Community in Diverse Neighborhoods: Stratification of Influence and Mental Health." Health & Place 50:6-15.

Walton, Emily. 2017. “Be a Good Neighbor! Mind (Y)Our Business.” Contexts. 16: 70-71.

Walton, Emily. 2017. “Spatial Assimilation and its Discontents: Asian Ethnic Neighborhood Change in California.” Urban Geography. 38: 993-1018.

Walton, Emily and Mae Hardebeck. 2016. “Multiethnic Neighborhoods on the Ground: Resources, Constraints, and Sense of Community.” Du Bois Review. 13: 345-363.

Walton, Emily. 2016. “’It’s Not Just a Bunch of Buildings’: Investment, Sense of Community, and Collective Efficacy in a Multiethnic Public Housing Neighborhood” City & Community. 15: 231-263.

Walton, Emily. 2015. “Making Sense of Asian American Ethnic Neighborhoods: A Typology and Application to Health.” Sociological Perspectives. 58: 490-515.

Walton, Emily. 2014. “Vital Places: Facilitators of Behavioral and Social Health Mechanisms in Low-Income Housing Neighborhoods.” Social Science & Medicine. 122: 1-12.

Hong, Seunghye, Wei Zhang, and Emily Walton. 2014. “Neighborhoods and Mental Health: Exploring Ethnic Density, Poverty, and Social Cohesion among Asian Americans and Latinos.” Social Science & Medicine. 111: 117-124.

Walton, Emily. 2012. “Resurgent Ethnicity among Asian Americans: Ethnic Neighborhood Context and Health.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 53: 378-394.

Leu, Janxin, Emily Walton, and David T. Takeuchi. 2011. “Contextualizing Acculturation: Gender, Family, and Community Reception Influences on Asian Immigrant Mental Health.” American Journal of Community Psychology. 48: 168-180.

Walton, Emily, and David T. Takeuchi. 2010. “Family Structure, Family Processes and Well-Being among Asian Americans: Considering Gender and Nativity.” Journal of Family Issues 31:301-332.

Walton, Emily. 2009. “Residential Segregation and Birth Weight among Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the United States.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50:427-442.

Walton, Emily, David T. Takeuchi, Jerald R. Herting, and Margarita Alegría. 2009. “Contextualizing the Education and Health Status Association: Evidence from a National Study of Asian Americans.” Biodemography and Social Biology 55:30-51.

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