Recent Student Publications

Brown University Sociology Graduate Student Publications -- featuring 2015 and 2016 graduates & current students with publication dates from 2014-forward

Alfonso-Cristancho, R., Andia, T., Barbosa, T., & Watanabe, J. H. (2015). Definition and Classification of Generic Drugs Across the World. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 13(Suppl 1), 5–11.

Andia, Tatiana. 2014. “Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Access to Medicines in Ecuador: A Transnational Advocacy Network Perspective.” in Balancing wealth and health: global administrative law and the battle over intellectual property and access to medicines in Latin America. Rochelle Dreyfuss and Cesar Rodriguez (eds) Oxford University Press.

Baiocchi, Gianpaolo, Elizabeth A. Bennett, Alissa Cordner, Peter Taylor Klein, Stephanie Savell. 2014. The Civic Imagination: Making a Difference in American Political Life. Paradigm Publishers.

Bellman, Benjamin, Seth E. Spielman, and Rachel S. Franklin. (Forthcoming). “Local Population Change and Variations in Racial Integration in the United States, 2000-2010.” International Regional Science Review.

Bohrt, Marcelo and José Itzigsohn. 2015. “Class, Race, and the Incorporation of Latinos/as: Testing the Stratified Ethnoracial Incorporation Approach.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(3):360-377

Botoeva, Aisalkyn. Forthcoming. “Transnational Islamic Banks & Local Markets in Central Asia” in Islam, Society and Politics in Central Asia. Pauline Jones Luong (eds).

Bouek, Jennifer W. Forthcoming. “Navigating Networks: How Nonprofit Network Membership Shapes Response to Resource Scarcity.” Social Problems.

Bouek, Jennifer W. “The Rise and Falter of Emergency Food Assistance.” in Food and Poverty: Food Insecurity and Food Sovereignty among America’s Poor, edited by Leslie Hossfeld, E. Brooke Kelly, and Julia Waity. Accepted for publication by Vanderbilt Press; publication scheduled for fall 2016.

Bradlow, Benjamin. 2015. “City learning from below: urban poor federations and urban knowledge generation through transnational, horizontal exchange.” International Development Planning Review. 37(2), 129-142.

Bradlow, Benjamin. 2015. “Quiet Conflict: Institutional Change, Informal Settlement Upgrading, and Formalized Partnerships Between Local Authorities and Urban Social Movements in South Africa.” in Peter Herrle, Astrid Ley, and Josefine Fokdal (eds.) From Local Action to Global Networks: Housing the Urban Poor. Ashgate Publishing. 89-108.

Brown, Karida, 2015 (accepted for publication). “Diaspora Starts at Home: Towards a multidimensional conceptualization of home.” DIASPORA: A Journal of Transnational Studies.

Brown, Karida, 2015 (conditionally accepted for publication). “The Hidden Injuries of School Desegregation.” American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

Brown, K., Murphy, M.W., and Porcelli, A. (Forthcoming Fall 2016). Ruin's Progeny: Race,

Environment and Appalachia's Coal Camp Blacks. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race.

Chorev, Nitsan, Tatiana Andia Rey and David Ciplet. 2014. “The State of States in International Organizations: From the WHO to the Global Fund.” Review. XXXIV(3: 285-310.

Ciplet, David, Timmons Roberts and Mizan Khan. Power in a Warming World: The New Politics of Global Climate Change. Accepted for publication by The MIT Press. Manuscript is in revision; publication scheduled for fall 2015.

Ciplet, David, Timmons Roberts and Mizan Khan. 2015. “A Neo-Gramscian Approach to Climate Politics.” Invited for the Edward Elgar Research Handbook on Climate Governance. Forthcoming.           

Ciplet, David. 2015. “Rethinking Cooperation: Consent and Inequality in International Climate Change Politics.” Global Governance 21(2): 247-274.

Ciplet, David. 2014. “Contesting Climate Injustice: Transnational Advocacy Network Struggles for Rights in UN Climate Politics.” Global Environmental Politics. 14(4).

Ferrão, João; Rui F. Carvalho; Alice Ramos; Olivia Bina and João Mourato (2014) Que economia queremos? [What economy do we want?]. Lisbon: Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos, 122 p.

Flores-González, Nilda and Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz. 2014. “Latino Solidarity, Citizenship, and Puerto Rican Youth in the Immigrant Rights Movement” in Diaspora Studies in Education: Towards a Framework for Understandings the Experiences of Transnational Communities, edited by R. Rolon-Dow and J. G. Irizarry. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Hammer, Ricarda. 2016. “Epistemic Ruptures: History, Practice and the Anticolonial Imagination” in Politics, Power and Social Theory 31 (forthcoming)

Heymann, Jody, Kristen McNeill, and Amy Raub. 2014. “Assessing Compliance with the CRC: Indicators of Law and Policy in 191 Countries.” International Journal of Children’s Rights, 22(3): 425-445.

Heymann, Jody, Kristen McNeill, and Amy Raub. 2015. “Rights Monitoring and Assessment using Quantitative Indicators of Law and Policy: International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights.” Human Rights Quarterly, 37(4): 1071-1100.

Itzigsohn, José and Brown, Karida. 2015. “Sociology and the Theory of Double Consciousness: W. E. B Du Bois’ Phenomenology of Racialized Subjectivity” Du Bois Review, 12(2) 1– 18.

Jenkins, T. M. 2015. 'It's time she stopped torturing herself': Structural constraints to decision-making about life-sustaining treatment by medical trainees. Social Science & Medicine, 132, 132-140.

Jenkins, Tania M. 2014. “Clothing norms as markers of status in a hospital setting: A Bourdieusian analysis.” Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 18(5): 526–541.

Jenkins, Tania M. 2014. “Who’s the Boss? Diagnosis and Medical Authority.” In Jutel, Annemarie and Kevin Dew (eds.), Social Issues in Diagnosis: An Introduction for Students and Clinicians. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Kallman, Meghan Elizabeth, and Terry N. Clark. “The Third Sector”. (Forthcoming, 2016), University of Illinois Press

Kallman, Meghan Elizabeth. 2015. ‘Technical, Emotional, Professional: Idealism and Commitment in the Peace Corps’ in Materiality, Rules, and Regulation, François-Xavier du Vaujany & Nathalie Mitev, eds. London: Palgrave.

Kallman, Meghan Elizabeth. 2014. ‘Making the Cosmopolitan Canopy in Boston’s Haymarket Square’. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol 38 (5), pp. 759-774

Klein, Peter Taylor. Forthcoming. “Accessing Scarce Resources in the Brazilian Amazon: Voluntary Associations and Secure Land Title.” Latin American Research Review.

Lotesta, Johnnie. (Forthcoming 2016). “The Strength of Civil Society Ties: Explaining Party Change in America’s Bluest State.” Research in Political Sociology.

Logan, John R. and Benjamin Bellman. (Forthcoming). “Before The Philadelphia Negro: Residential Segregation in a Nineteenth-Century Northern City.” Social Science History.

Mahon, Adam, Kristen McNeill, and Jody Heymann. 2015. “Pension Programs Around the World: New Comparative Global Policy Data.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 17(2): 192-207.

Masood, Syeda. Forthcoming. "Negotiations in the Zones of Intimacy: Inter-Faith Romantic Relations and Culture Work in a Pakistani Neighborhood." In Pakistan: Parallel Narratives, edited by Ayesha Asif. Oxford University Press. 

Mourato, João and Rui F. Carvalho (2014) “Mobilidade urbana e cidades” [“Urban mobility and cities”]. In: L. Schmidt and A. Delicado (eds.) Ambiente, Alterações Climáticas, Alimentação e Energia: Portugal no Contexto Europeu. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, pp. 249-268.

Murphy, Michael Warren. (Accepted and Forthcoming). “No Beggars Amongst Them”: Primitive Accumulation, Land Dispossession and the Impoverishment of the Narragansett Indians, 1636-1880. Humanity and Society.

Murphy, Michael Warren. (Accepted and Forthcoming). Mapping Environmental Privilege in Rhode Island. Environmental Justice.

Murphy, Michael Warren. 2014. Actor-Network Theory. In Discard Studies Compendium. Retrieved from

Nelson, Jon and Paul Stock. 2016. “Repeasantisation in the United States”. Sociologia Ruralis. Forthcoming.

Pang, Irene. 2016. “Banking is for Others: Contradictions of Microfinance in the Ghanaian Market.” Journal of World-Systems Research 22(2):335-66.

Randell, Heather and Leah VanWey. 2014.“Networks versus Need: Drivers of Urban Out-migration in the Brazilian Amazon”. Population Research and Policy Review 33(6): 915-936.

Rodríguez-Muñiz, Michael. 2015. “Intellectual inheritances: Cultural diagnostics and the state of poverty knowledge”. American Journal of Cultural Sociology 3: 89–122.

Sampaio, Dora and Rui F. Carvalho (forthcoming) “From the Al-Maghrib to the Al-Gharb: An anatomy of the recruitment and labour incorporation of Moroccan agricultural workers in the Algarve, Southern Portugal.” In: A. Corrado; C. de Castro and D. Perrotta (eds.) Migration and Agriculture: Mobility and Change in the Mediterranean Area. Routledge ISS studies in rural livelihoods (15). London: Routledge, pp. 231-246.

Short, Susan E. and Jennifer W. Bouek. 2015. “Fertility Rates” in The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies edited by Nancy Naples.

Sraboni, Esha, Hazel J. Malapit, Agnes R. Quisumbing, and Akhter U. Ahmed. "Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture: What Role for Food Security in Bangladesh?." World Development 61: 3 (2014): 11-52. 

Sraboni, Esha, Agnes R. Quisumbing, and Akhter U. Ahmed. "How Empowered are Bangladeshi Women in the Agricultural Setting? Empirical Evidence using a New Index." Bangladesh Development Studies 37 (2014): 1-24.

Teller, Amy S. 2016. “Moving the Conversation on Climate Change and Inequality to the Local: Socio-ecological Vulnerability in Agricultural Tanzania.” Sociology of Development. 2 (1): 25-50.

Teller, Amy S. and Apollonya M. Porcelli. Forthcoming. “Feminist ecology: doing, undoing, and redoing gender in science.” International Journal of Gender, Science, and Technology

Zhou, Mujun. 2014. “Debating the State in Private Housing Neighborhood: The Governance of Homeowners’ Associations in Urban Shanghai.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38 (5): 1849-1866.