Recent Graduate Student Journal Articles
Hanisah Binte Abdullah Sani. 2020. “State Law and Legal Pluralism: Towards an Appraisal.” The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law.
Alexandra Brewer, Melissa Osborne, Anna Mueller et al. 2020. “Who Gets the Benefit of the Doubt? Performance Evaluations, Medical Errors, and the Production of Gender Inequality in Emergency Medical Education.” American Sociological Review.
Luke Cianciotto. 2019. “Public Space, Common Space, and the Spaces In-Between: A Case Study of Philadelphia’s LOVE Park.” City & Community.
Pranathi Diwakar. 2019. “A Recipe for Disaster: Framing Risk and Vulnerability in Slum Relocation Policies in Chennai, India.” City & Community.
Caterina Fugazzola. 2020. “A Family Matter: Asymmetrical Metonymy and Regional LGBT Discourse in Italy.” European Journal of Sociology.
Karlyn Gorski. 2020. “‘My Voice Matters’: High School Debaters’ Acquisition of Dominant and Adaptive Cultural Capital.” American Journal of Education.
Austin C. Kozlowski, Matt Taddy, and James Evans. 2020. “The Geometry of Culture: Analyzing the Meanings of Class through Word Embeddings.” American Sociological Review.
Danya Lagos. 2020. “Hearing Gender: Voice-Based Gender Classification Processes and Trangender Health Inequality.” American Sociological Review.
Alessandra Lembo. 2020. “He Heard, She Heard: Toward a Cultural Sociology of the Senses.” Sociological Forum.
John Levi Martin and Alessandra Lembo. 2020. “On the Other Side of Values.” American Journal of Sociology.
Linzhuo Li, Lingfei Wu, and James Evans. 2020. “Social Centralization and Semantic Collapse: Hyperbolic Embeddings of Networks and Texts.” Poetics.
Jeong Hyun Oh, Sara Yeatman, and Jenny Trinitapoli. 2019. “Data Collection as Disruption: Insights from a Longitudinal Study of Young Adulthood.” American Sociological Review.
Jeong Hyun Oh. 2019. “Educational Expansion and Health Disparities in Ethiopia, 2005-2016.” Social Science & Medicine.
John Padgett, Katalin Prajda, Benjamin Rohr, and Jonathan Schoots. 2020. “Political Discussion and Debate in Narrative Time: The Florentine Consulte e Pratiche, 1376-1378. Poetics.
Jason Radford and Kenneth Joseph. 2020. “Theory In, Theory Out: The Uses of Social Theory in Machine Learning for Social Science.” Frontiers in Big Data.
Alicia R. Riley. 2020. “Advancing the Study of Health Inequality: Fundamental Causes as Systems of Exposure.” SSM Population Health.
Jonathan Schoots, Benjamin Rohr, Katalin Prajda, and John Padgett. 2020. “Conflict and Revolt in the Name of Unity: Florentine factions in the Consulte e Pratiche on the Cusp of the Ciompi Revolt.” Poetics.
Carrie R. Oelberger, Jesse Lecy, and Simon Shachter. 2020. “Going the Extra Mile: The Liability of Foreignness in U.S. Foundation International Grantmaking to Local NGOs.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
Brian Tuohy. 2020. “Health Without Papers: Immigrants, Citizenship and Health in the 21st Century.” Social Forces.
Christopher Williams. 2020. “Gatekeeping the Profession.” The Cardoza Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice.