Nov. 1, 2018—Larry Isaac publishes: “Performative Power in Nonviolent Tactical Adaptation to Violence: Evidence from U.S. Civil Rights Movement Campaigns.” Chapter 2 in Social Movements, Nonviolent Strategies, and the State, edited by Hank Johnston. forthcoming Routledge, 2019.
Nov. 1, 2018—Larry Isaac publishes with recent Ph.D., Anna Jacobs: “Gender Composition in Contentious Collective Action: ‘Girl Strikers’ in Gilded Age America–Harmful, Helpful, or Both?” Social Science History, forthcoming Winter, 2019.
Oct. 15, 2018—Song, Lijun and Philip J. Pettis. Forthcoming. “Does Whom You Know in the Status Hierarchy Prevent or Trigger Health Limitation? Institutional Embeddedness of Social Capital and Social Cost Theories in Three Societies.” Social Science & Medicine.
Prof. Mariano Sana publishes with Alexander Weinreb and Guy Stecklov in Bulletin of Sociological Methodology
Jul. 6, 2018—Prof. Mariano Sana, along with Alexander Weinreb from UT Austin and Guy Stecklov from Univ. of British Columbia/Hebrew University Israel, has published “Strangers in the Field: A Methodological Experiment on Interviewer-Respondent Familiarity” in Bulletin of Sociological Methodology.
Professor Holly McCammon with new Ph.D. Minyoung Moon, and graduate student Allison McGrath, publish in Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change
Sep. 17, 2017—Professor Holly McCammon, with new Ph.D. Minyoung Moon and graduate student Allison McGrath, publish in Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change.
Professor Lijun Song publishes with graduate students Philip J. Pettis, and Bhumika Piya in Sociological Perspectives.
Dec. 8, 2016—Song, Lijun, Philip J. Pettis*, and Bhumika Piya*. Forthcoming. “Does Your Body Know Who You Know? Multiple Roles of Network Members’ Socioeconomic Status for Body Weight Ratings.” Sociological Perspectives
Jul. 20, 2016—Larry Isaac, Jonathan Coley, Dan Cornfield, and Dennis Dickerson. “Preparation Pathways and Movement Participation: Insurgent Schooling and Nonviolent Direct Action in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Mobilization 21 (2), June, 2016: 155-176
Anna Jacobs receives a National Science Foundation dissertation grant (under the direction of Larry Isaac) for: "Explaining the Mechanisms of Collective Bargaining Legislative Outcomes at the State-Level."
May. 11, 2016—Anna Jacobs receives a National Science Foundation dissertation grant (under the direction of Larry Isaac) for: “Explaining the Mechanisms of Collective Bargaining Legislative Outcomes at the State-Level.”
Nov. 9, 2015—Joshua Murray and Michael Schwartz. 2015. “Moral Economy, Structural Leverage, and Organizational Efficacy: Class Formation and the Great Flint Sit-Down Strike, Detroit 1936-7,” Critical Historical Studies, 2(2): 219-259