David C. Mallinson, Felix Elwert, & Deborah B. Ehrenthal. 2023. “Spillover Effects of Prenatal Care Coordination on Older Siblings Beyond the Mother-Infant Dyad.” Medical Care, 61(4): p 206-215.
Tamás Keller, Jinho Kim, and Felix Elwert. 2023. “Peer effects on academic self-concept: a large randomized field experiment.” European Sociological Review.
Katherine Jensen. 2023. “From the asylum official’s point of view: frames of perception and evaluation in refugee status determination.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Theodore P. Gerber, Jane R. Zavisca, and Jia Wang. 2023. “Market and Nonmarket Pathways to Home Ownership and Social Stratification in Hybrid Housing Regimes: Evidence from Four Post-Soviet Countries.” American Journal of Sociology, Volume 128, Number 3.
Águeda Ortega, Katherine Jensen, and Javier Auyero. 2023. “You Will Never Walk Alone: Ethnographic Training as Collective Endeavor.” Teaching Sociology, Online First.
Fabien Accominotti, Freda Lynn, and Michael Sauder. 2022. “The Architecture of Status Hierarchies: Variations in Structure and Why They Matter for Inequality.” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 8(6): 87-102.
Kate Summers, Fabien Accominotti, Tania Burchardt, Katharina Hecht, Liz Mann, and Jonathan Mijs. 2022. “Deliberating Inequality: A Blueprint for Studying the Social Formation of Beliefs about Economic Inequality.” Social Justice Research 35(4): 379-400.
Kasper Lolk, Theis Lange, Felix Elwert, Julie W. Dreier, and Jakob Christensen. 2022. “Traumatic brain injury, stroke, and epilepsy; A mediation study in a Danish nationwide cohort.” Epilepsia, Online ahead of print.
Engelman, Michal, and Yue Qin. 2022. “Sticking with the Union? Labor Union Membership, Working Conditions, and Postretirement Health in the Midwest.” Innovation in Aging, Vol. 6, No. S1.
Torche, Florencia and Jenna Nobles. 2022. “The Unequal Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Infant Health.” Demography, Volume 59, Issue 6, December, 2025–2051.
Rhodes, Anna and Max Besbris. 2022. “Best Laid Plans: How the Middle Class Make Residential Decisions Post-Disaster.” Social Problems, Volume 69, Issue 4, November, 1137-1153.
Jensen, Katherine and Lisa M. Sousa Dias. 2022. “Varied Racialization and Legal Inclusion: Haitian, Syrian, and Venezuelan Forced Migrants in Brazil.” American Behavioral Scientist 66(13):1797-1815.
Koning, Stephanie M., Alberto Palloni, Jenna Nobles, Ian Coxhead, and Lia CH Fernald. 2022. “The reach of fertility decline: a longitudinal analysis of human capital gains across generations.” Genus 78, no. 1, 1-28.
Noghanibehambari, Hamid and Engelman, Michal. 2022 “Social Insurance Programs and Later-Life Mortality: Evidence from New Deal Relief Spending.” Journal of Health Economics.
Hayes, Adam S. and Max Besbris. 2022. “Earmarking space: relationality, economic judgments and housing wealth.” Socio-Economic Review. 1-28.
Conti, Joseph. 2022. Supranational Stateness: International Courts and the Globalization of Political Power. Michigan Journal of Law & Society. 1(1):15-49
Schnittker, Jason, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. 2022. “Prisons and health in the Age of Mass Incarceration.” Oxford University Press.
Besbris, Max, and Anna Rhodes. 2022. “Soaking the Middle Class: Suburban Inequality and Recovery from Disaster.” Russell Sage Foundation.
Grant, Annaliese, Eric Grodsky, Maria Velazquez, Rosie Miesner, Elizabeth Blair, and Lyn Macgregor. 2022. “Individual Adjustments for Many and Structural Change for Some: Teacher and School Responses to Classed Out-of-School Responsibilities.” Children & Society, 1-18.
Ifatunji, Mosi Adesina, Deshira Wallace, Wendy Lee and Yanica Faustin. 2022. “Black Nativity and Health Disparities: A Research Paradigm for Understanding the Social Determinants of Health.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(15):9166.
Musick, Kelly, Pilar Gonalons-Pons, Pilar, and Christine R. Schwartz. 2022. “Change and Variation in U.S. Couples’ Earnings Equality Following Parenthood.” Population and Development Review.
Maynard, Douglas W. and Jason Turowetz. 2022. “Autistic Intelligence: Interaction, Individuality, and the Challenges of Diagnosis.” University of Chicago Press.
Graduate Student Publications
Liu, Ruo-Fan. 2022. “Hybrid ethnography: Access, positioning, and data assembly” Ethnography.
Grant, Annaliese. 2022. “Normal” childhood in the lives of financially struggling white daughters and mothers. Journal of Marriage and Family.
Paik, Leslie and Chiara Packard. (In press) “Broadening the Lens of Procedural Justice Beyond the Courtroom: A Case Study of Legal Financial Obligations in Juvenile Court.” Law & Social Inquiry.
Trongone, Sara G. 2022. “A new collective bargain? A Multicase comparison of U.S. labor union strategy.” Mobilzation: An International Quarterly, 27(2): 149-168.
Daniela Campos Ugaz. 2022. “Time precarity at work: nonstandard forms of employment and everyday life.” Social Indicators Research, Vol. 164, pg. 969-991.
Raymo, James M. and Jia Wang. 2022. “Loneliness at Older Ages in the U.S.: Lonely Life Expectancy and the Role of Loneliness in Health Disparities.” Demography 59(3): 921-947.
Wright KQ. 2022. “It changed the atmosphere surrounding the baby I did have”: Talking gender inequality in reproduction during the COVID-19 pandemic using heteronormative, affective, and medical schemas. Journal of Marriage & Family. 84(4), 1105-1128
Jordan A. Conwell, Lefia Zi Ye. 2021. “All wealth is not created equal: Race, parental net worth, and children’s achievement.” The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, Volume 7 (3), 101-121.
Linnea Evans, Michal Engelman, Alex Mikulas, Kristen Malecki. 2021. “How are social determinants of health integrated into epigenetic research? A systematic review.” Social Science & Medicine, Volume 273.
Chloe Haimson. 2021. “Redemption Performance in Exoneration and Parole: Two Pathways Home.” Qualitative Sociology, 1-29.
Kang, Youbin. 2021. “The rise, demise and replacement of the Bangladesh experiment in transnational labour regulation.” International Labour Review.
Light, Michael T., Jingying He and Jason Robey. 2020. “Comparing crime rates between undocumented immigrants, lawful immigrants, and native-born U.S. citizens in Texas.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Qian He and Theodore P. Gerber. 2020. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. 54(1):233-261.
Li, Yifei (Ph.D. 2016) and Judith Shapiro. 2020. “China Goes Green: Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet. Polity Press.
Matthews, Morgan. 2020. Women in State Political Parties. Contexts, 19(3), pp.68-70.
Higgins JA, Kelsey Q. Wright, David Turok and Jessica Sanders. 2020. “Beyond safety and efficacy: sexuality-related priorities and their associations with contraceptive method selection.” Contracept X. Aug 19;2:100038. PMCID: PMC7486436.
Kelsey Q. Wright. 2020. “Contraceptive selection and practice: Associations with self-identified race and socioeconomic disadvantage.” Social Science & Medicine, 266.
Foltman, Leah and Malia Jones. 2019. “How Redlining Continues to Shape Racial Segregation in Milwaukee”. WisContext, February 28. https://www.wiscontext.org/how-redlining-continues-shape-racial-segregation-milwaukee.
Fujihara, Sho. and Fumaya Uchikoshi. 2019. “Declining Association with Persistent Gender Asymmetric Structure: Patterns and Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in Japan. 1950-1979”. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 60: 66-77, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2018.12.001.
He, Qian, and Ted Gerber. 2019. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0197918318821651
Morgül, Kerem. 2019. “Performing Revolutionary Populism: The Revolutionary Path Movement in Turkey” Qualitative Sociology 42(2): 273-297.
Seltzer, Nathan. 2019. “Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States.” Demography, 1-31.
Sohn Leslie, Isaac, Jaclyn Wypler, and Michael Mayerfeld Bell. 2019. “Relational Agriculture: Gender, Sexuality, and Sustainability in U.S. Farming” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 853-874
Sohn Leslie, Isaac. 2019. “Queer Farmland: Land Access Strategies for Small-Scale Agriculture” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 928-946
Wypler, Jaclyn. 2019. “Lesbian and Queer Sustainable Farmer Networks in the Midwest” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 947-964