Publications

2018

Grajeda, Erika Denisse. 2018. “Immigrant Worker Centers, Technologies of Citizenship, and the Duty to Be Well.” Critical Sociology, online first.

Neely, Megan Tobias. 2018. “Fit to Be King: How Patrimonialism on Wall Street Leads to Inequality.” Socio-Economic Review 16 (2): 365–385.

Neumann, Pamela J. 2018. “Transnational Governance, Local Politics, and Gender Violence Law in Nicaragua.” Latin American Politics and Society 60 (2): 61–82.

Perez, Marcos Emilio. 2018. “Life Histories and Political Commitment in a Poor People’s Movement.” Qualitative Sociology 41: 89–109.

Perez, Marcos Emilio. 2018. “Institutional Strengthening in a Receding Movement: The Trajectory of Piquetero Organizations between 2003 and 2015.” Latin American Research Review 53 (2).

Shapira, Harel, and Samantha J. Simon. 2018. “Learning to Need a Gun.” Qualitative Sociology 41 (1): 1–20.

Shapira, Harel, Katherine Jensen, and Ken-Hou Lin. 2018. “Trends and Patterns of Concealed Handgun License Applications: A Multistate Analysis.” Social Currents 5 (1): 3–14.

Stitt, Mary Ellen, and Javier Auyero. 2018. “Drug Market Violence Comes Home: Three Sequential Pathways.” Social Forces, online first.

Sullivan, Esther. 2018. Manufactured Insecurity: Mobile Home Parks and Americans’ Tenuous Right to Place. Oakland: University of California Press.

Williams, Christine L. 2018. “The Gendered Discourse of Work-Family Balance in the Oil and Gas Industry.” Social Currents 5 (2): 120-139.

Williams, Christine L., and Megan Tobias Neely. 2018. “Feminism and the New Economy.” In Gender Reckonings: New Social Theory and Research. New York: New York University Press.

Zarrugh, Amina. 2018. “‘You Exile Them in Their Own Countries’: The Everyday Politics of Reclaiming the Disappeared in Libya.” Middle East Critique, online first.

2017

Auyero, Javier, and Claudio Benzecry. 2017. “The Practical Logic of Political Domination: Conceptualizing the Clientelist Habitus.” Sociological Theory 35 (3): 179-199.

Auyero, Javier, Maricarmen Hernandez, and Mary Ellen Stitt. 2017. “Grassroots Activism in the Belly of the Beast: A Relational Account of the Campaign Against Urban Fracking in Texas.” Social Problems, online first.

Auyero, Javier, and Katherine Sobering. 2017. “Violence, the State, and the Poor: A View from the South.” Sociological Forum 32 (1): 1018–1031.

Banchik, Anna Veronica. 2017. “Too Dangerous to Disclose? FOIA, Courtroom ‘Visual Theory,’ and the Legal Battle Over Detainee Abuse Photographs.” Law & Social Inquiry, online first.

Brayne, Sarah. 2017. “Big Data Surveillance: The Case of Policing.” American Sociological Review 82 (5): 977–1008.

Buggs, Shantel Gabrieal. 2017. “Dating in the Time of #BlackLivesMatter: Exploring Mixed-Race Women’s Discourses of Race and Racism.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 3 (4): 538–51.

Buggs, Shantel Gabrieal. 2017. “‘Your Momma Is Day-Glow White’: Questioning the Politics of Racial Identity, Loyalty and Obligation.” Identities 24 (4): 379–97.

Buggs, Shantel Gabrieal. 2017. “Does (Mixed-)Race Matter? The Role of Race in Interracial Sex, Dating, and Marriage.” Sociology Compass 11 (11): 1–13.

Collins, Caity, Katherine Jensen, and Javier Auyero. 2017. “A Proposal for Public Sociology as Localized Intervention and Collective Enterprise: The Makings and Impact of Invisible in Austin.Qualitative Sociology 40 (2): 191-214.

Cozzolino, Elizabeth, and Christine L. Williams. 2017. “Child Support Queens and Disappointing Dads: Gender and Child Support Compliance.” Social Currents 4 (3): 228–245.

Daniels, Jessie, Apryl Williams, and Shantel Buggs. 2017. “Digital Media Technologies in Everyday Life.” Information, Communication & Society 20 (7): 947–949.

Fridman, Daniel. 2017. Freedom from Work: Embracing Financial Self-Help in the United States and Argentina. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

Fridman, Daniel, and Alex Luscombe. 2017. “Gift-Giving, Disreputable Exchange, and the Management of Donations in a Police Department.” Social Forces 96 (2): 507–28.

Jensen, Katherine. 2017. “The Epistemic Logic of Asylum Screening: (Dis)Embodiment and the Production of Asylum Knowledge in Brazil.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, online first.

Lin, Ken-Hou, and Megan Tobias Neely. 2017. “Gender, Parental Status, and the Wage Premium in Finance.” Social Currents 4 (6): 535–555.

Thomeer, Mieke Beth, Emily Allen Paine, and Chénoia Bryant. 2017. “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Families and Health.” Sociology Compass 12 (1): 1–13.

Neumann, Pamela. 2017. “When Laws Are Not Enough: Violence against Women and Bureaucratic Practice in Nicaragua.” Social Forces 95 (3): 1105–25.

Ponce de León‐Calero, Alejandro. 2017. “Belonging and Othering: Critical Ethnographies on Immigrants and Refugees in the United States.” Sociological Forum 32 (4): 906–12.

Romero, Luis A., and Amina Zarrugh. 2017. “Islamophobia and the Making of Latinos/as into Terrorist Threats.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, online first.

Rudrappa, Sharmila. 2017. “Reproducing Dystopia: The Politics of Transnational Surrogacy in India, 2002–2015.” Critical Sociology, online first.

Shaw, Vivian. 2017 “‘We Are Already Living Together’: Race, Collective Struggle, and the Reimagined Nation in Post-3/11 Japan.” In Precarious Belongings Affect and Nationalism in Asia. London: Rowman & Littlefield.

Sullivan, Esther. 2017. “Displaced in Place: Manufactured Housing, Mass Eviction, and the Paradox of State Intervention.” American Sociological Review 82 (2): 243-269.

Sullivan, Esther. 2017. “Moving Out: Mapping Mobile Home Park Closures to Analyze Spatial Patterns of Low-Income Residential Displacement.” City & Community 16 (3): 304–329.

Sullivan, Esther. 2017. “Dignity Takings and Trailer Trash: The Case of Mobile Home Park Mass Evictions Dignity Takings and Dignity Restoration.” Chicago-Kent Law Review 92 (3): 937–960.

Williams, Christine L. 2017. “The Gender of Layoffs in the Oil and Gas IndustryResearch in the Sociology of Work 31: 215-242.

2016

Averett, Kate Henley. 2016. “The Gender Buffet: LGBTQ Parents Resisting Heteronormativity.” Gender & Society 30 (2): 189–212.

Jacinto Cuvi. 2016. “The Politics of Field Destruction and the Survival of São Paulo’s Street Vendors.” Social Problems 63 (3): 395-412.

Fridman, Daniel. 2016. “Cashflow: Juego, autoayuda financiera y producción de sujetos económicos.” Apuntes de Investigación del CECYP 28: 68–94.

Neumann, Pamela. 2016. “Toxic Talk and Collective (In)Action in a Company Town: The Case of La Oroya, Peru.” Social Problems 63 (3): 431–446

Rudrappa, Sharmila. 2016. “What to Expect When You’re Expecting: The Affective Economies of Consuming Surrogacy in India.” Positions: Asia Critique 24 (1): 281-302.

Sobering, Katherine. 2016. “Producing and Reducing Gender Inequality in A Worker-Recovered Cooperative.” The Sociological Quarterly 57 (1): 129-151.

Sullivan, Esther. 2016. “Individualizing Utopia: Individualist Pursuits in a Collective Cohousing Community.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 45 (5): 602–627.

Sullivan, Esther. 2016. “(Un)Intentional Community: Power and Expert Knowledge in a Sustainable Lifestyle Community.” Sociological Inquiry 86 (4): 540–62.

Zarrugh, Amina. 2016. “Racialized Political Shock: Arab American Racial Formation and the Impact of Political Events.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (15): 2722–39.

2015

Auyero, Javier, ed. 2015. Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in An American CityAustin: University of Texas Press.

Auyero, Javier, and María Fernanda Berti. 2015. In Harm’s Way: The Dynamics of Urban Violence. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Auyero, Javier, Philippe I. Bourgois, and Nancy Scheper-Hughes, eds. 2015. Violence at the Urban Margins. New York: Oxford University Press.

Auyero, Javier and Katherine Jensen. 2015. “For Political Ethnographies of Urban Marginality.” City & Community 14 (4): 359-363.

Auyero, Javier and Kristine Kilanski. 2015. “From ‘Making Toast’ to “Splitting Apples”: Dissecting “Care” in the Midst of Chronic Violence.” Theory and Society 44 (5):393-414.

Auyero, Javier. 2015. “The Politics of Interpersonal Violence in the Urban Periphery.” Current Anthropology 56 (11): S169-S179.

Back, Les, and Maggie Tate. 2015. “For a Sociological Reconstruction: W.E.B. Du Bois, Stuart Hall and Segregated Sociology.” Sociological Research Online 20 (3): 1–12.

González-López, Gloria. 2015. Family Secrets: Stories of Incest and Sexual Violence in Mexico. New York: NYU Press.

Hernandez, Maricarmen, Timothy W. Collins, and Sara E. Grineski. 2015. “Immigration, Mobility, and Environmental Injustice: A Comparative Study of Hispanic People’s Residential Decision-Making and Exposure to Hazardous Air Pollutants in Greater Houston, Texas.” Geoforum 60 (March): 83–94.

Rudrappa, Sharmila. 2015. Discounted Life: The Price of Global Surrogacy in India. New York: NYU Press.

Rudrappa, Sharmila, and Caitlyn Collins. 2015. “Altruistic Agencies and Compassionate Consumers: Moral Framing of Transnational Surrogacy.” Gender & Society 29 (6): 937-959.

Sobering, Katherine. 2015. “Teaching and Learning Guide for ‘Gender In/Equality in Worker-Owned Businesses.’” Sociology Compass 9 (5): 412-421.

Sullivan, Esther, and Edna Ledesma. 2015. “Same Trailer, Different Park.” Contexts 14 (1): 50–57.

Sullivan, Esther, and Carlos Olmedo. 2015. “Informality on the Urban Periphery: Housing Conditions and Self-Help Strategies in Texas Informal Subdivisions.” Urban Studies 52 (6): 1037–53.

Tate, Maggie. 2015. “Re-Presenting Invisibility: Ghostly Aesthetics in Rebecca Belmore’s Vigil and The Named and the Unnamed.” Visual Studies 30 (1): 20–31.

Williams, Christine, and Megan Tobias Neely. 2015. “Gender and Work.” In Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Malden: Wiley.

Williams, Christine L. 2015. “Crossing Over: Interdisciplinary Research on Men who do ‘Women’s Work.” Sex Roles 72 (2015): 390-395.

2014

Auyero, Javier, Agustín Burbano de Lara, and María Fernanda Berti. 2014. “Violence and the State at the Urban Margins.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 43 (1): 94–116.

Auyero, Javier, Agustin Burbano De Lara, and Maria Fernanda Berti. 2014. “Uses and Forms of Violence among the Urban Poor.” Journal of Latin American Studies 46 (3): 443–469.

Charrad, Mounira M., and Amina Zarrugh. 2014. “Equal or Complementary? Women in the New Tunisian Constitution after the Arab Spring.” The Journal of North African Studies 19 (2): 230–243.

Derpic, Jorge C., and Alexander Weinreb. 2014. “Undercounting Urban Residents in Bolivia: A Small-Area Study of Census-Driven Migration.” Population Research and Policy Review 33 (6): 897–914.

Dunning-Lozano, Jessica L. 2016. “Race and Opportunity in a Public Alternative School.” Race Ethnicity and Education 19 (2): 433–60.

Fridman, Daniel. 2014. “Resisting the Lure of the Paycheck: Freedom and Dependence in Financial Self-Help.” Foucault Studies 18: 90–112.

Jensen, Katherine. 2014. “Black brazil never slept.” Contexts 13 (2):44-49.

Sobering, Katherine, Jessica Thomas, and Christine L. Williams. 2014. “Gender In/Equality in Worker-Owned Businesses.” Sociology Compass 8 (11): 1242-1255.

Sullivan, Esther. 2014. “Halfway Homeowners: Eviction and Forced Relocation in a Florida Manufactured Home Park.” Law & Social Inquiry 39 (2): 474–497.

Williams, Christine L., Kristine Kilanski, and Chandra Muller. 2014. “Corporate Diversity Programs and Gender Inequality in the Oil and Gas Industry.” Work and Occupations 41 (4): 440-476.