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Miranda Dotson

Dotson, Miranda P. (2024). “The Raced and Gendered Persistence of Human‐exemptionalism.” Sociology Compass 18(5):e13212. https://doi: 10.1111/soc4.13212.

Dotson, M. P., & Lafrance, M. (2024). Engineering the Skin: Embodied Experiences of Healing from Acne Among YouTube Vloggers. Body & Society, 30(1), 31-54.

Dotson, M. P., Castro, E. M., Magid, N. T., Hoyt, L. T., Suleiman, A. B., & Cohen, A. K. (2022). “Emotional Distancing”: Change and Strain in U.S. Young Adult College Students’ Relationships During COVID-19. Emerging Adulthood, 10(2), 546-557.            

Cohen, A. K., Brahinsky, R., Coll, K. M., Dotson, M. P. (2022). “We Keep Each Other Safe”: San Francisco Bay Area Community-Based Organizations Respond to Enduring Crises in the COVID-19 Era. The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences. ​

Miranda P. Dotson, Lindsay T. Hoyt & Alison K. Cohen (2022) Unsuitable’ environments: a qualitative study of US college youth learning online while sheltering-in-place in spring 2020, Journal of Youth Studies, DO: 10.1080/13676261.2022.2112162

Danielle Duran (Maestas)

Lowrey, J., Maestas, D., Beaulieu, T., Headings, A., & Hyder, A. (2023). Geospatial Determinants of Food Pantry Access in the Mid-Ohio Farmacy Program. Preventing chronic disease20, E113.

Rebekah Getman

Nelson, L., Getman, R., Haeq, S. “And the Rest is History: Measuring the Scope and Recall of Wikipedia’s Coverage of Three Women’s Movement Subgroups.” Sociological Methods and Research. 2021; 1(38).​

Merrily LeBlanc

LeBlanc, M. E., Trinh, M. H., Zubizarreta, D., & Reisner, S. L. (2024). Healthcare stereotype threat, healthcare access, and health outcomes in a probability sample of US transgender and gender diverse adults. Preventive Medicine Reports, 102734.

LeBlanc, M.E., Testa, C., Waterman, P.D., Reisner, S.L., Chen, J.T., Breedlove, E.R., Mbaye, F., Nwamah, A., Mayer, K.H., Oendari, A. and Krieger, N., 2023. Contextualizing Response Rates During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Experiences From a Boston-Based Community Health Centers Study. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 29(6), pp.882-891.

Krieger, Nancy, Merrily LeBlanc, Pamela D. Waterman, Sari L. Reisner, Christian Testa, and Jarvis T. Chen. 2023. “Decreasing Survey Response Rates in the Time of COVID-19: Implications for Analyses of Population Health and Health Inequities.” American Journal of Public Health 113(6): 667-670.

Yana Mommadova

Johnston, H., Mommadova, Y., Vallas, S., & Schor, J. 2023. Delivering difference: ‘Unbelonging’ among US platform parcel delivery workers. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, rsac046.

Vallas, S. P., Johnston, H., & Mommadova, Y. 2022. Prime Suspect: Mechanisms of Labor Control at Amazon’s WarehousesWork and Occupations, 49(4), 421-456.

Grace Poudrier

Salvatore, Derrick, Kira Mok, Kimberly K. Garrett, Grace Poudrier, Phil Brown, Linda S. Birnbaum, Gretta Goldenman et al. “Presumptive Contamination: A New Approach to PFAS Contamination Based on Likely Sources.” Environmental Science & Technology Letters 9, no. 11 (2022): 983-990. 

Underhill, Vivian, Angelica Fiuza, Gary Allison, Grace Poudrier, Sarah Lerman-Sinkoff, Lourdes Vera, and Sara Wylie. “Outcomes of the Halliburton Loophole: Chemicals regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act in US fracking disclosures, 2014–2021.” Environmental Pollution 322 (2022): 120552.​

Powers M, Brown P, Poudrier G, et al. ‘COVID-19 as Eco-Pandemic Injustice: Opportunities for Collective and Antiracist Approaches to Environmental Health“. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 2021;62(2):222-229.

Nost, E., Gehrke, G., Poudrier, G., Lemelin, A., Beck, M., Wylie, S., & Environmental Data & Governance Initiative. (2021). “Visualizing changes to US federal environmental agency websites, 2016–2020“. PloS one, 16(2), e0246450.

Eric Nost, Gretchen Gehrke, Grace Poudrier, Aaron Lemelin, Marcy Beck, Sara Wylie. 2021. “Visualizing changes to US federal environmental agency websites, 2016–2020.” Plos One Journal.

Shavaun Sutton

Sept 2022- LeConté J. Dill, Shavaun S. Sutton, Emily S. Cowan, Arielsela Holdbrook-Smith; Oh, We Got Beef?!: Ruptures, Refusals, Rifts, and Re-Commitments in Academic-Community Partnerships. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 1 September 2022; 11 (3): 40-56. doi:

Cowan, E. S., Dill, L.J., and Sutton, S. 2021. “Collective Healing: A Framework for Building Transformative Collaborations in Public Health.” Health Promotion Practice 15248399211032608. doi: 10.1177/15248399211032607.

Shunan You

You, S. (2023) Cosmopolitan pathways from the Global South: How non-middle-class students become desirable Fulbright applicants. Global Networks, 24, e12458.