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Selected Graduate Student Publications

Wallis Adams

Adams, W., Todorova, I., Guzzardo, M., and Falcon, L. (2015) “‘The problem here is that they want to solve everything with pills’: Medication use and identity among Mainland Puerto Ricans.” Sociology of Health and Illness. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12240

Adams, W., Todorova, I., and Falcon, L. (2015) Puerto Rican Victimization and Crime on the Mainland: The Role of Acculturation. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Science. 37(1): 59-74. DOI:10.1177/0739986314564149

Guzzardo, M., Todorova, I., Adams, W., and Falcon, L. (2015) “Half here, half there”: Dialogical selves among older Puerto Ricans of the diaspora. Journal of Constructive Psychology. DOI: 10.1080/10720537.2015.1016640

Taylor Braswell

Braswell, Taylor Harris. 2018. “Fresh food, new faces: community gardening as ecological gentrification in St. Louis, Missouri.” Agriculture and Human Values.

Prener, Christopher G., Taylor Harris Braswell, and Daniel J. Monti. 2018. “St Louis’s ‘urban prairie’: Vacant land and the potential for revitalization.” Journal of Urban Affairs.

Sarah Faude

Fong, Kelley and Sarah Faude. 2018. “Timing is Everything: Late Registration and Stratified Access to School Choice.” Sociology of Education.

Faude, Sarah. 2017. “Social Justice In Action and Inaction.” In K. Ford (Ed.), Facilitating Change Through Intergroup Dialogue: Social justice advocacy in practice. New York: Routledge.

Faude, Sarah, Gardinier, Lori, & Mann, Emily.  2016. “University as Provider: Education and Youth Development.” In L. Gardinier (Ed.), Learning Through Community Engagement: What Community Partners and Members Gain, Lose, and Learn From Campus Collaborations. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Jennings, James, Burkes, Eric, Bernard, Rachel, Mann, Emily, and Faude, Sarah. 2016. “Bridges and Barriers: A Survey of Massachusetts College Access and Success Programs.” The Aspire Institute at Wheelock College for the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.

Marek, Stephanie, Goldfinger, Shandra, Mayer, Emily, Faude, Sarah, Muncey, Donna, Hallberg, Kelly, Kistner, Alexandra, Haynes, Erin, and Macdonald, Kellie.  2016. “Boston Public Schools Expanded Learning Time Research Collaborative: Year 1 Findings Report.” Boston Public Schools, American Institutes for Research, and University of Chicago Urban Labs.

Mollie Pepper

Pepper, Mollie. 2018. “Ethnic Minority Women, Diversity, and Informal Participation in Peacebuilding in Myanmar.” Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 13(2): 61-75.

Pepper, Mollie and Anjuli Fahlberg.* 2016. “Masculinity and Sexual Violence: Examining the State of the Field.” Sociology Compass, 10(8): 673–683. (*Equal coauthors)

Pepper, Mollie. 2018. “Victims, Nationalists, and Supporters: Ethnic Women’s Organizations and Peacebuilding in Myanmar.” Pp 215-230 in S. Shekhawat (ed.) Gender, Peacebuilding, and UNSCR 1325. New York: Lexington Press.

Pepper, Mollie. 2017. “Coping with Vulnerability: The Experiences of Burmese Muslim Refugee Children in Thailand.” Pp 66-88 in M. Denov and B. Akesson (eds.) Children Affected by Armed Conflict: Theory, Method, and Practice. New York: Columbia University Press.

Mia Renauld

Hoover, Elizabeth, Mia Renauld, Michael Edelstein, Phil Brown. 2015. “Painting the Whole Picture: Social Science Collaboration with Environmental.” Environmental Health Perspectives. (Advance Publication, May 12, 2015)

Lauren Richter

PhD alum Lauren Richter published two articles in an American Journal of Public Health supplement on “Climate Change and Health.” Co-authors, in varying teams, include postdocs Jennifer Liss Ohayon and Vanessa De La Rosa, and faculty Sara Wylie and Phil Brown, One article is “The Environmental Protection Agency in the Early Trump Administration: Prelude to Regulatory Capture” (2018. 108 (S2):S89-S94) and the other is “History of US Presidential Assaults on Modern Environmental Health Protection” 2018. 108 (S2):S95-S103