Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications

James Fitzsimmons
2015    Maya Polities of the Southern Lowlands, with Damien Marken (eds.). Boulder: University of Colorado Press.

2015    Living with the Dead: Mortuary Ritual in the Andes, with Izumi Shimada (eds.).  Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.

2012    “The Living and the Dead,” in The Oxford Handbook of Mesoamerican

Archaeology, Deborah Nichols and Christopher Pool, eds., pp. 776-786. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011    Living with the Dead: Mortuary Ritual in Mesoamerica, with Izumi Shimada (eds.).  Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.        

2009    Death and the Classic Maya Kings. Austin: University of Texas Press.

C. Winter Han
2018 “Very Few People Say No Whites: Gay Men of Color and the Racial Politics of Desire,” with Kyung-Hee Choi, Sociological Spectrum 13(3): 145-161. 26

2018 “How Sexual Racism Impacts Erotic Capital,” with Jesus G. Smith and Maria Cristina Morales, in The Handbook of the Sociology of Racial and Ethnic Relations, 2e, Pinar Batur and Joe Feagin, eds., pp. 389-400. New York: Springer.

2017 “The Deliberate Racism Making #GayMediaSoWhite,” Contexts 16(4): 70-71.

2015    Geisha of a Different Kind: Race and Sexuality in Gaysian America. New York: New York University Press.

2015    “No Brokeback for Black Men: Pathologizing Black Male (Homo)sexuality through Down Low Discourse,” Social Identities 21(3): 228-243.

2008    “No Fats, Femmes, or Asians: The Utility of Critical Race Theory in Examining the Role of Gay Stock Stories in the Marginalization of Gay Asian Men,” Contemporary Justice Review 11(1): 11-22.

2008    “A Qualitative Study of the Relationship between Racism and Unsafe Sex among Asian and Pacific Islander Gay Men,” Archives of Sexual Behavior 37(5): 827-837.

2007    “They Don’t Want to Cruise your Type: Gay Men of Color and the Racial Politics of Exclusion,” Social Identities 13(1): 51-67.

Matt Lawrence
2016    “And Their Children After Them? The Effect of College on Educational Reproduction,” with Richard Breen, American Journal of Sociology 122(2): 532-572.

2016    “Unequal Advantages: The Effects of Parental Educational Mobility on Children's Preparation for College,” American Educational Research Journal 53: 71-99.

Jamie McCallum
2018    The Crisis of Global Youth Unemployment, edited volume with Tamar Mayer and Sujata Moorti. Routledge Studies in Human Geography. New York: Routledge.

2018    “Take this Job and Love It? The Millennial Work Ethic and the Politics of Getting Back to Work,” in Youth, Jobs and the Future: Problems and Prospects, L. Chancer and M.S. Jankowski, eds, pp. 55-74. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2018    “Time’s Up! Shorter Hours, Public Policy, and Time Flexibility as an Antidote to Youth Unemployment,” with Katherine Maich and Ari Grant-Sasson, in Youth, Jobs and the Future: Problems and Prospects, L. Chancer and M.S. Jankowski, eds, pp. 219-238. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

2017    “The New Global Labor Studies: A Critical Review,” with Marissa Brookes, Global Labour Journal 8(3): 201-218. 

2017    “Reflecting on Global Unions, Local Power,” Journal of World Systems Research 23(1): 213-218.

2015    “Implementing Global Framework Agreements: The Limits of Social Partnership,” with Michael Fichter, Global Networks 15: 65-85.

2013    Global Unions, Local Power: The New Spirit of Transnational Labor Organizing. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell ILR Press.

Peggy Nelson
2019    Random Families: Genetic Strangers, Sperm Donor Siblings, and the Creation of New Kin, with Rosanna Hertz. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2010    Parenting Out of Control: Anxious Parents in Uncertain Times. New York: New York University Press.  Reissued in paperback, 2012.

2005    The Social Economy of Single Motherhood: Raising Children in Rural America. New York: Routledge.  Reissued as an e-book, 2014.

1999    Working Hard and Making Do: Surviving in Small Town America, with Joan Smith. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1990    Negotiated Care: The Experiences of Family Day Care Providers.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.  Reissued as an e-book, 2010.

M. Eleanor Nevins
2017    World-making Stories: Maidu Language, Landscape and Community Renewal, (ed.). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

2017    “’You Shall Not Become This Kind of People: Indigenous Political Argument in Maidu Linguistic Text Collections,” in Engaging Native American Publics: Linguistic Anthropology in a New Key, Paul Kroskrity and Barbara Meek, eds., pp. 72-92. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge.

2015    “’Grow with That, Walk with That’: Hymes, Dialogicality and Text Collections,” in The Legacy of Dell Hymes: Ethnopoetics, Narrative Inequality and Voice, Paul Kroskrity and Anthony Webster, eds., pp. 71-107. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

2013    Lessons from Fort Apache: Beyond Language Endangerment and Maintenance. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

2013    “Speaking in the Mirror of the Other: Dialectics of Intersubjectivity and Temporality in Western Apache Discourse,” with Thomas J. Nevins, Language and Communication 33(3): 292-306.

Linus Owens
2016   “Amsterdam Squatters: The Right to the City Meets a Politics of Mobility,” in A European Youth in Revolt, K. Andreson and B. van der Steen, eds., pp. 53-66. London: Palgrave.

2014   “Emotions and Social Movements,” with J. Jasper, in Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, J. Stets and J. Turner, eds., pp. 611-635. New York: Springer.

2012    “Have Squat, will Travel: How Squatter Mobility Mobilizes Squatting,” in Squatting in Europe: Radical Space, Urban Struggles. Squatting Europe Kollective, eds., pp. 185-208. London: Minor Compositions.

2012    “At Home in the Movement: Constructing an Oppositional Identity through Activist Travel across Europe,” with Ask Katzeff, Elizabeth Lorenzi, and Baptiste Colin, in Understanding European Movements, L. Cox and C. Flesher Forminaya, eds., pp. 172-186. London:  Routledge.

2009   Cracking under Pressure: Stories of Decline in the Amsterdam Squatters’ Movement. Amsterdam: Penn State University Press & Amsterdam University Press.

Ellen Oxfeld
2017    Bitter and Sweet: Food, Meaning, and Modernity in Rural China. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2015    “Moral Discourse, Moral Practice, and the Rural Family in Modern China,” in Modern Chinese Religion II: 1850-present, Vincent Goossaert, Jan Kiely and John Lagerwey, eds., pp. 401-432. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

2014    “The Moral Significance of Food in Reform Era Rural China,” in Ethical Food Movements in Post-Socialist Societies, Melissa Caldwell, Yuson Song, and Jakob Klein, eds., pp. 44-68. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2010    “Drink Water, but Remember the Source”: Moral Discourse in a Chinese Village. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Michael Sheridan
2016    “Boundary Plants and the Social Production of Space in Agrarian Societies,” Environment and Society 7:29-49.

2016    “The Politics of Rain: Tanzanian Farmers' Discourse on Climate and Political Disorder,” in Anthropology and Climate Change: From Actions to Transformations, 2nd ed., Susan Crate and Mark Nuttall, eds., pp. 228-240. Walnut Creek, CA: Routledge.

2016    “Cultural Capital and Structural Power in African Landscapes:  The Social Dynamics of Sacred Groves,” in Cultural Landscape Heritage in Sub-Saharan Africa, John Beardsley, ed., pp. 237-261. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Landscape Studies Program. 

2014    “The Social Life of Landesque Capital and a Tanzanian Case Study,” in Landesque Capital: The Historical Ecology of Enduring Landscape Modifications, N. Thomas Håkansson and Mats Widgren, eds., pp. 155-171.  Walnut Creek, CA:  Left Coast Press.

2012    “Water:  Irrigation and Resilience in the Tanzanian Highlands,” in Ecology and Power: Struggles over Land and Material Resources in the Past, Present, and Future, Alf Hornborg, Brett Clark, and Kenneth Hermele, eds., pp. 168-181. London:  Routledge.

David Stoll
2018    “Rednecks, Norteños, and the Next American Melting Pot?” Society 55(1): 11-17.

2018    “Will George Clooney get the Gerardi Assassination Wrong?” Miami Herald, February 27, https://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/oped/article202460824.html 2018   

2015    “Children on the Border: Could Migration be the Problem, Not the Solution?” Anthropology Now http://anthronow.com/online-articles/children-on-the-border

2014    “Informalization from Above and Below: Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the Reconfiguration of U.S. Labor Markets,” New Labor Forum 21(4): 76-85.

2012    El Norte or Bust! How Migration Fever and Microcredit Produced a Financial Crash in a Guatemalan Town. Boulder, Colorado:  Rowman & Littlefield.

Rebecca Tiger
2017    “Race, Class and the Framing of Drug Epidemics,” Contexts 16(4): 46-51.

2015    “Celebrity Gossip Blogs and the Interactive Construction of Addiction,” New Media & Society 17(3): 340-355. 

2013    Judging Addicts: Drug Courts and Coercion in the Justice System. New York: New York University Press.

2013    “Celebrity Drug Scandals, Media Double Standards,” Contexts 12(4): 36-41.

2013    “Beyond Badness and Sickness: The Sociology of Drugs and Addiction,” Contemporary Sociology 42(4): 533-536.

Trinh Tran
2015    Overlapping and Disconnected Social Spheres: A Multi-Contextual Model of the Link Between School Choice and Neighborhood Effects on Adolescents. Ph.D dissertation, Sociology.  Berkeley: University of California – Berkeley.

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