Sociology: 2003-10 Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities
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- Sociology: 2003-10 Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities
Craig Willse accepted a visiting residential fellowship at the University of California Riverside for fall 2010. He defended his dissertation, "From Social Problems to Governance Problems: Health and Housing After the Welfare State" at the end of the summer and had an article published in Economy and Society, titled "Neo-liberal Biopolitics and the Invention of Chronic Homelessness."
Anthony Buttaro, a level 2 student, was awarded a competitive Clogg Scholarship to spend four weeks at ICPSR’s Summer Program in Quantitative Methods. The Clogg Scholarship is awarded each year to a handful of graduate students in sociology and political science. This scholarship, established in 1995 by the ICPSR Council to commemorate the late Clifford C. Clogg, a prominent sociologist and social methodologist, is viewed as a recognition of a winner’s outstanding potential to become a successful social science research professional.
Alyson K. Spurgas published "(Un)Queering Identity: The Biosocial Production of Intersex/DSD," in M. Morgan Holms, ed., Critical Intersex(Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2009), 97-122.
Kathleen Dunn's "Biological determinism and LGBT tolerance: a quantitative exploration of biopolitical beliefs" has been accepted to the Western Journal of Black Studies.
Timothy Recuber, "The terrorist as folk devil and mass commodity: Moral panics, risk, and consumer culture,"Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, 9 (2009): 158-170.
Caroline H. Persell, Kathryn F. Pfeiffer, and Ali Syed, "What Students Should Understand After Taking Introductory Sociology," Sociological Footprints: Introductory Readings in Sociology, 11th edition (2009).
Sharon Zukin, Valerie Trujilo, Peter Frase, Danielle Jackson, Tim Recuber, and Abraham Walker, “New Retail Capital and Neighborhood Change: Boutiques and Gentrification in New York City,” City and Community 8 (1) (2009): 47-64.
Miriam Williams and Natascia Boeri. "Intergenerational Memories of Life in a Cult: A Life Course Analysis," Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research 3 (2009).
LaToya A. Tavernier, "The Stigma of Blackness: Antihaitianism in the Dominican Republic," Socialism and Democracy, 22:13 (2008): 96-104.
EricaChito Childs, Stephanie Laudone, and LaToya Tavernier, “Revisiting Black Sexualities in Families: Problems, Puzzles, and Prospects,” in Barnes, Sandra (ed.) Black Sexualities: Probing Powers, Passions, Practices, and Policies, (Rutgers University Press, forthcoming).
Mehmet Kucukozer, "Revueltas campesinas en la era de la globalización: el EZLN y el PKK en Turquía," Anuario XIII (forthcoming).
Mehmet Kucukozer has had a number of publications: “Civil Society: A Proposed Analytical Framework for Studying its Development Using Turkey as a Case Study,” CIRSDIG, Working Paper No. 21, April 2007; "Book Review of Nadire Mater's Voices from the Front: Turkish Soldiers on the War with the Kurdish Guerrillas," International Journal of Kurdish Studies, 20:1&2 (2006); “Reevaluating State Formation and Transformation in Light of the Current Debate on 'Failed States.'” The Discourse of Sociological Practice, 7:1&2 (Spring/Fall 2005): 231-244; “Theoretical and Practical Challenges to Francis Fukayama's 'End of History' Thesis.” Social Thought and Research, 26:1&2 (2005): 105-122.
Ayse Akalin has had a number of publications: “Turning Labour into Love: The Employment of Migrant Domestic Workers in Turkey,” in Senganata Munst, Dobrochna Kalwa, Sigrid Metz-Gockel, Mirjana Morokvasic (eds.), Migration and Mobility in Enlarged Europe: A Gender Perspective (Barbara Budrich Publishers, Leverkusen 2007); “Die dort oben – die da unten: Die Beschäftigung von Migrantinnen als Haushaltsbedienstete in Istanbuler gated communities," in Barbara Pusch & Toman Wilkoszewski (eds.), Facetten internationaler Migration in die Türkei: Gesellschaftliche Rahmenbedingungen und persönliche Lebenswelten (Ergon, Würzburg 2008); “Hired as a Caregiver, Demanded as a Housewife: Becoming a Migrant Domestic Worker in Turkey," European Journal of Women’s Studies, Special Issue on Domestic Work, 14:3 (August 2007).
John Moore with Spencer Sunshine, ed., published "I Am Not A Man, I Am Dynamite! Friedrich Nietzsche and the Anarchist Tradition" (Brooklyn: Autonomedia, 2004).
Tim Recuber, "Immersion Cinema: The Rationalization and Reenchantment of Cinematic Space" Space and Culture 10:3 (2007): 315-330.
Patricia Clough, Greg Goldberg, Craig Willse, Aaron Weeks, and Rachel Schiff, published "Notes Towards a Theory of Affect-Itself." Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization 7 (2008). http://www.ephemeraweb.org/journal/7-1/7-1cloughetal.pdf
Sean Cahill, Juan Battle, Doug Meyer published "Partnering, Parenting, and Policy: Family Issues Affecting Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) People." Race and Society 6 (2003): 85-98.
Melissa Ditmore and Penelope Saunders, "Sex work and sex trafficking," Sexual Health Exchange 1 (1998), at: http://www.kit.nl/information_services/exchange_content/ html/1998_1_sex_work.asp
Heather Gautney published “Becoming Political: The U.S. Anti-War Movement," a chapter in Gautney, Heather and Hardt, Michael, Subversive Affinities: U.S. Social Movements (Rome: Derive Approdi, 2005) (in Italian).
Heather Gautney was coeditor for Implicating Empire: Globalization and Resistance in the 21st Century World Order (NY: Basic Books, 2002). This publication was recently translated into Chinese - Guangxi Normal University Press.
Heather Gautney, "The Globalization of Violence in the 21st Century: Israel, Palestine and the War on Terror," in Stanely Aronowitz and Heather Gautney, eds., Implicating Empire: Globalization and Resistance in the 21st Century World Order (NY: Basic Books, 2002).
Heather Gautney, Ariel Ducey, Heather Gautney, and Dominic Wetzel published "Regulating Affective Labor: Communication Skills Training in the Health Care Industry," Research in the Sociology of Work 12 (March 2003).
Steve Garlick has several publications forthcoming: "Melancholic Secrets: Gender and the Unheimlich," The Psychoanalytic Review; "What is a Man? Heterosexuality and the Technology of Masculinity" in Men and Masculinities; and published "The Beauty of Friendship: Foucault, Masculinity, and the Work of Art" in Philosophy and Social Criticism 28:5 (2002): 558-577; and "Revealing the Unseen: Tourism, Art, and Photography," Cultural Studies 16:2 (2002): 289-305.
Christian Grov published “Make me your death slave: Men who have sex with men and use the Internet to intentionally spread HIV," Deviant Behavior, 25 (2004): 239-349; and has forthcoming, with Bimbi, D. S., Parsons, J. T., and Nanin, J. E., “Layer upon layer: The Coming out process as it relates to generations, race and gender," Journal of Sex Research; "Barebacking websites: Electronic environments for reducing or inducing HIV risk," AIDS Care; with Parsons, J. T., & Bimbi, D. S., "Exploring racial/ethnic differences in drug use among urban gay and bisexual men," Journal of Drug Education (in press).
Colin Jerolmack has under contract The Global Pigeon (University of Chicago Press, Fieldwork Encounters and Discoveries Series; and forthcoming, "The Turkish Pigeon Handlers of Berlin: Expressions of Ethnicity in a Migrant Community," American Sociological Review. He published several articles: "Animal Archeology: Domestic Pigeons and the Nature-Culture Dialectic," Qualitative Sociology Review 3:1 (2007): 74-95; "Tracing the Profile of Animal Rights Supporters: A Preliminary Investigation," Society and Animals 11:3 (2003): 245-258; "Transportation as Freedom," Proceedings of the Pace University Urban Ecology Conference - April 11, 2003 (2004); with Porpora, Douglas. 2004. "Religion, Rationality, and Experience: A Response to the New Rational Choice Theory of Religion," Sociological Theory 22:1(2004); "Book Review of Moral Believing Animals" by Christian Smith in Contemporary Sociology 33:6 (2004); "Our Animals Ourselves? Chipping Away at the Animal-Human Divide," Sociological Forum 20:4 (2004).
Michael Roberts, "Letter to the Editor," New Labor Forum(Spring/Summer, 2002); and "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag: Post-Industrial Production Patterns in the Recording Industry," in Kelly, Norman, ed., Rhythm and Business: The Political Economy of the Record Business (Akashic Books, NY).
Dominic Wetzel, Ariel Ducey, Heather Gautney, "Regulating Affective Labor: Communication Skills Training in the Health Care Industry," Research in the Sociology of Work 12 (in print, March 2003).
Submitted on: JAN 1, 2010
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