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2021 Selected Articles with Student Co-Authorship

After the Outbreak: Narrative, Infrastructure, and Pandemic Time

Authored by Sari Altschuler, Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of Northeastern Humanities Center.

Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, January 12, 2022

Wave/Forest Fire

Authored by Sari Altschuler, Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of Northeastern Humanities Center.

Theory & Event, January 18, 2022

Delinking: Toward Pluriversal Rhetorics

Authored by Ellen Cushman, Dean’s Professor of Civic Sustainability and Professor of English.

College English, October 26, 2021

Shifting Peaks and Cumulative Consequences: Disqualifying Convictions in High-security Jobs

Authored by Megan Denver, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, September 22, 2021

Whose lives mattered? How White and Black Americans felt about Black Lives Matter in 2016

Authored by Kevin Drakulich, Associate Director and Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Law and Society Review, May 27, 2021

Rethinking Unconditional Convergence in Manufacturing in the Age of New Technologies

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Journal of Globalization and Development, June 1, 2021

Female Employment and Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Syrian Refugee Inflows to Turkey

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Journal of Development Economics, May 1, 2021

Trade-Offs? The Impact of WTO Accession on Intimate Partner Violence in Cambodia

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

The Review of Economics and Statistics, December 20, 2021

Ali’e and Asi’i: Unsettling the Rhetorics of Filipinos on Guåhan

Authored by Tabitha Espina, Postdoctoral Teaching Associate in English.

College English, October 26, 2021

Global Commons Law: Norms to Safeguard the Planet and Humanity’s Heritage

Authored by Denise Garcia, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

International Relations

Stop the Emerging AI Cold War

Authored by Denise Garcia, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Nature, May 11, 2021

 

Public Health Originalism and the First Amendment 

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

Washington and Law Review, April 2, 2021

Regulating Speech Online: Free Speech Values in Constitutional Frames

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

Washington University Law Review, March 3, 2021

Assuming Access to Professional Advice

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, February 28, 2022

Public Beliefs about the Black/White Socioeconomic Status Gap: What’s ‘Upbringing’ Got To Do With It?

Authored by Matthew Hunt, Professor of Sociology.

Sociology Science Quarterly, December 9, 2021

Double Consciousness in the 21st Century: Du Boisian Theory and the Problem of Racialized

Authored by Tiffany Joseph, Associate Professor of Sociology and International Affairs and Graduate Program Director of Sociology.

Legal Status Social Sciences, September 16, 2021

The Impact of Political Apologies on Public Opinion

Authored by Risa Kitagawa, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs.

World Politics, June 9, 2021

Policy making under scarcity: reflections for designing socially just climate adaptation policy

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

One Earth, February 19, 2021

Transformational Adaptation in the Context of Coastal Cities

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

Annual Review of Environment and Resources, June 1, 2021

Engaging with Climate Adaptation in Transition Studies

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, November 29, 2021

Unscrambling the Eggs: Breaking Up Consummated Mergers and Dominant Firms

Authored by John Kwoka, Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics.

Industrial and Corporate Change, October 1, 2021

Survey Data and Human Computation for Improved Flu Tracking

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Nature Communications, January 8, 2021

Using Administrative Records and Survey Data to Construct Samples of Tweeters and Tweets

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Public Opinion Quarterly, June 6, 2021

Meaningful Measure of Human Society in the Twenty-First Century

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Nature, June 30, 2021

Moral Rules, Self-Control, and School Context: Additional Evidence on Situational Action Theory from 28 Countries

Authored by Ineke Marshall, Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Journal of Quantitative Criminology, June 25, 2021

Comparing Targeting Strategies for Network-Based Adolescent Drinking Interventions: A Simulation Approach

Authored by Cassie McMillan, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice

American Journal of Sociology, November 1, 2020

Comparing Targeting Strategies for Network-Based Adolescent Drinking Interventions: A Simulation

Authored by Cassie McMillan, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice

Social Science & Medicine, August 1, 2021

Women in Iranian Kurdistan: Patriarchy and the Quest for Empowerment

Authored by Valentine Moghadam, Professor of Sociology and International Affairs.

Gender & Society, July 15, 2021

Vaccination intentions generate racial disparities in the societal persistence of COVID-19

Authored by Dan O’Brien, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice and Director of Boston Area Research Initiative.

Nature Scientific Reports, October 7, 2021

Campaign Donations, Judicial Recusal, and Disclosure: A Field Experiment

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

The Journal of Politics, May 3, 2021

Is There an Ideological Assymetry in the Incumbency Effecy? Evidence from US Congressional Elections

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

Social Psychology and Personality Science, October 26, 2021

Elite Messaging and Partisan Consumerism: An Evaluation of President Trump’s Tweets and Polarization of Corporate Brand Images

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

Political Research Quarterly, December 1, 2021

Writing and Responding to Trauma in a Time of Pandemic

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments, July 20, 2021

Ain’t Oughta Be in the Dictionary: Getting to Justice by Dismantling Anti-Black Literacy Assessment Practices

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, April 1, 2021

How to Stop Harming Students: An Ecological Guide to Antiracist Writing Assessment

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Composition Studies, February 11, 2021

Disrupting White Supremacy in Assessment: Toward a Justice-Oriented, Antiracist Validity Framework

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Educational Assessment, February 17, 2022

 

Treatment Effect Accounting for Network Changes

Authored by Silvia Prina, Associate Professor of Economics

Review of Economics and Statistics, July 8, 2021

Button Rhetorics

Authored by K.J. Rawson, Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Coordinator of Digital Integration Teaching Initiative

Transgender Studies Quarterly, December 7, 2021

Digitization and Pre-Purchase Information: The Causal and Welfare Impacts of Reviews and Crowd Ratings

Authored by Imke Reimers, Associate Professor of Economics

American Economic Review, June 1, 2021

Digitization, Prediction, and Market Efficiency: Evidence from Book Publishing Deals

Authored by Imke Reimers, Associate Professor of Economics

Management Science, January 12, 2022

The Dangers of Mainstreaming Solar Geoengineering: A critique of the National Academies Report

Authored by Jennie C. Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs; Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy; Director of Strategic Research Collaborations, Global Resilience Institute

Environmental Politics, October 18, 2021

Refugees In Borderlands: Safe places versus securitization in Athens, Greece

Authored by Berna Turam, Professor of Sociology and International Affairs

Journal of Urban Affairs

Race and Inequality at Work: An occupational perspective

Authored by Steve Vallas, Professor of Sociology

Sociology Compass

Vulnerabilities to and the Socioeconomic and Psychosocial Impacts of the Leishmaniases: A Review

Authored by Richard Wamai, Associate Professor of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies

Research and Reports in Tropical Medicine

Evictions: Reconceptualizing Housing Insecurity from the Global South

Authored by Liza Weinstein, Department Chair; Associate Professor of Sociology

City & Community

Richard Cabot, Pair-Matched Random Allocation, and the Attempt to Compare like With like in the Social Sciences and Medicine

Authored by Brandon Welsh, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Director, Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study

Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

Rethinking Chinese International Students in American Higher Education: ‘Raceless’ and ‘Linguistically Incompetent’?

Authored by Qianqian Zhang-Wu, Assistant Professor of English; Director of Multilingual Writing

Educational Research and Development Journal

2021 Major Articles in Top Journals

After the Outbreak: Narrative, Infrastructure, and Pandemic Time

Authored by Sari Altschuler, Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of Northeastern Humanities Center.

Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, January 12, 2022

Wave/Forest Fire

Authored by Sari Altschuler, Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of Northeastern Humanities Center.

Theory & Event, January 18, 2022

Delinking: Toward Pluriversal Rhetorics

Authored by Ellen Cushman, Dean’s Professor of Civic Sustainability and Professor of English.

College English, October 26, 2021

Shifting Peaks and Cumulative Consequences: Disqualifying Convictions in High-security Jobs

Authored by Megan Denver, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, September 22, 2021

Whose lives mattered? How White and Black Americans felt about Black Lives Matter in 2016

Authored by Kevin Drakulich, Associate Director and Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Law and Society Review, May 27, 2021

Rethinking Unconditional Convergence in Manufacturing in the Age of New Technologies

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Journal of Globalization and Development, June 1, 2021

Female Employment and Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Syrian Refugee Inflows to Turkey

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Journal of Development Economics, May 1, 2021

Trade-Offs? The Impact of WTO Accession on Intimate Partner Violence in Cambodia

Authored by Bilge Erten, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

The Review of Economics and Statistics, December 20, 2021

Ali’e and Asi’i: Unsettling the Rhetorics of Filipinos on Guåhan

Authored by Tabitha Espina, Postdoctoral Teaching Associate in English.

College English, October 26, 2021

Global Commons Law: Norms to Safeguard the Planet and Humanity’s Heritage

Authored by Denise Garcia, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

International Relations

Stop the Emerging AI Cold War

Authored by Denise Garcia, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Nature, May 11, 2021

 

Public Health Originalism and the First Amendment 

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

Washington and Law Review, April 2, 2021

Regulating Speech Online: Free Speech Values in Constitutional Frames

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

Washington University Law Review, March 3, 2021

Assuming Access to Professional Advice

Authored by Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science

The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, February 28, 2022

Public Beliefs about the Black/White Socioeconomic Status Gap: What’s ‘Upbringing’ Got To Do With It?

Authored by Matthew Hunt, Professor of Sociology.

Sociology Science Quarterly, December 9, 2021

Double Consciousness in the 21st Century: Du Boisian Theory and the Problem of Racialized

Authored by Tiffany Joseph, Associate Professor of Sociology and International Affairs and Graduate Program Director of Sociology.

Legal Status Social Sciences, September 16, 2021

The Impact of Political Apologies on Public Opinion

Authored by Risa Kitagawa, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs.

World Politics, June 9, 2021

Policy making under scarcity: reflections for designing socially just climate adaptation policy

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

One Earth, February 19, 2021

Transformational Adaptation in the Context of Coastal Cities

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

Annual Review of Environment and Resources, June 1, 2021

Engaging with Climate Adaptation in Transition Studies

Authored by Laura Kuhl, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and International Affairs

Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, November 29, 2021

Unscrambling the Eggs: Breaking Up Consummated Mergers and Dominant Firms

Authored by John Kwoka, Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics.

Industrial and Corporate Change, October 1, 2021

Survey Data and Human Computation for Improved Flu Tracking

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Nature Communications, January 8, 2021

Using Administrative Records and Survey Data to Construct Samples of Tweeters and Tweets

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Public Opinion Quarterly, June 6, 2021

Meaningful Measure of Human Society in the Twenty-First Century

Authored by David Lazer, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences and Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

Nature, June 30, 2021

Moral Rules, Self-Control, and School Context: Additional Evidence on Situational Action Theory from 28 Countries

Authored by Ineke Marshall, Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Journal of Quantitative Criminology, June 25, 2021

Comparing Targeting Strategies for Network-Based Adolescent Drinking Interventions: A Simulation Approach

Authored by Cassie McMillan, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice

American Journal of Sociology, November 1, 2020

Comparing Targeting Strategies for Network-Based Adolescent Drinking Interventions: A Simulation

Authored by Cassie McMillan, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice

Social Science & Medicine, August 1, 2021

Women in Iranian Kurdistan: Patriarchy and the Quest for Empowerment

Authored by Valentine Moghadam, Professor of Sociology and International Affairs.

Gender & Society, July 15, 2021

Vaccination intentions generate racial disparities in the societal persistence of COVID-19

Authored by Dan O’Brien, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice and Director of Boston Area Research Initiative.

Nature Scientific Reports, October 7, 2021

Campaign Donations, Judicial Recusal, and Disclosure: A Field Experiment

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

The Journal of Politics, May 3, 2021

Is There an Ideological Assymetry in the Incumbency Effecy? Evidence from US Congressional Elections

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

Social Psychology and Personality Science, October 26, 2021

Elite Messaging and Partisan Consumerism: An Evaluation of President Trump’s Tweets and Polarization of Corporate Brand Images

Authored by Costas Panagopoulos, Professor of Political Science; Department Chair

Political Research Quarterly, December 1, 2021

Writing and Responding to Trauma in a Time of Pandemic

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments, July 20, 2021

Ain’t Oughta Be in the Dictionary: Getting to Justice by Dismantling Anti-Black Literacy Assessment Practices

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, April 1, 2021

How to Stop Harming Students: An Ecological Guide to Antiracist Writing Assessment

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Composition Studies, February 11, 2021

Disrupting White Supremacy in Assessment: Toward a Justice-Oriented, Antiracist Validity Framework

Authored by Mya Poe, Associate Professor of English

Educational Assessment, February 17, 2022

 

Treatment Effect Accounting for Network Changes

Authored by Silvia Prina, Associate Professor of Economics

Review of Economics and Statistics, July 8, 2021

Button Rhetorics

Authored by K.J. Rawson, Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Coordinator of Digital Integration Teaching Initiative

Transgender Studies Quarterly, December 7, 2021

Digitization and Pre-Purchase Information: The Causal and Welfare Impacts of Reviews and Crowd Ratings

Authored by Imke Reimers, Associate Professor of Economics

American Economic Review, June 1, 2021

Digitization, Prediction, and Market Efficiency: Evidence from Book Publishing Deals

Authored by Imke Reimers, Associate Professor of Economics

Management Science, January 12, 2022

The Dangers of Mainstreaming Solar Geoengineering: A critique of the National Academies Report

Authored by Jennie C. Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs; Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy; Director of Strategic Research Collaborations, Global Resilience Institute

Environmental Politics, October 18, 2021

Electrification: Opportunities for social justice and social innovation

Authored by Jennie C. Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs; Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy; Director of Strategic Research Collaborations, Global Resilience Institute

MRS Bulletin, January 25, 2022

Climate Policy Conflict in the U.S. States: A critical review and way forward

Authored by Jennie C. Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs; Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy; Director of Strategic Research Collaborations, Global Resilience Institute

Climatic Change, February 16, 2022

Refugees In Borderlands: Safe places versus securitization in Athens, Greece

Authored by Berna Turam, Professor of Sociology and International Affairs

Journal of Urban Affairs, August 2, 2021

Race and Inequality at Work: An occupational perspective

Authored by Steve Vallas, Professor of Sociology

Sociology Compass, August 31, 2021

The Sharing Economy: Rhetoric and Reality

Authored by Steve Vallas, Professor of Sociology

Annual Review of Sociology, March 26, 2021

What could explain the lower COVID-19 burden in Africa despite considerable circulation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus?

Authored by Richard Wamai, Associate Professor of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, August 16, 2021

Evictions: Reconceptualizing Housing Insecurity from the Global South

Authored by Liza Weinstein, Department Chair; Associate Professor of Sociology

City & Community, February 3, 2021

Grounding Urban Production: Resident claims-making as financialization in Mumbai’s ‘slum’ lands

Authored by Liza Weinstein, Department Chair; Associate Professor of Sociology

Economy and Society, December 7, 2021

Richard Cabot, Pair-Matched Random Allocation, and the Attempt to Compare like With like in the Social Sciences and Medicine

Authored by Brandon Welsh, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Director, Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study

Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, April 25, 2021

Pathways Through Juvenile Justice: A System-Level Assessment of Cumulative Disadvantage in the Processing of Juvenile Offenders

Authored by Brandon Welsh, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Director, Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study

Journal of Quantitative Criminology, March 19, 2021

Standing on the Shoulders of Pioneers in Experimental Criminology: the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study at 85 years (1935–2020) and beyond: the 2021 Joan McCord Award Lecture

Authored by Brandon Welsh, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Director, Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study

Journal of Experimental Criminology, November 20, 2021

Rethinking Chinese International Students in American Higher Education: ‘Raceless’ and ‘Linguistically Incompetent’?

Authored by Qianqian Zhang-Wu, Assistant Professor of English; Director of Multilingual Writing

Educational Research and Development Journal, October 26, 2021

(Re)Imagining Translingualism as a Verb to Tear Down the English-Only Wall: ‘Monolingual’ Students as Multilingual Writers

Authored by Qianqian Zhang-Wu, Assistant Professor of English; Director of Multilingual Writing

College English, October 26, 2021

Rethinking Linguistically Responsive Instruction Through the Eyes of Chinese International Freshmen

Authored by Qianqian Zhang-Wu, Assistant Professor of English; Director of Multilingual Writing

TESOL Quarterly, November 3, 2021