Books

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Cycle of Segregation

Completed/published

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Schwartz, Pepper and Martha Kempner. Fifty Great Myths about Human Sexuality. Wiley Press, 2015

Sexuality, Marriage/Unions, Culture

Scott Montgomery and Daniel Chirot. 2015. The Shape of the New: Four Big Ideas That Made the Modern World (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Theory, Sociology of Knowledge

Rosenfeld, Jake. 2014. What Unions No Longer Do. Harvard University Press.

Labor, Work and Occupations, Economic Sociology

Zagheni E., Zannella M., Movsesyan M., and Wagner B. 2014. A Comparative Analysis of European Time Transfers between Generations and Genders. Springer

Gender, Aging, Comparative Sociology

Daniel Chirot, Gi‐Wook Shin, and Daniel Sneider, eds. 2014. Confronting Memories of World War II: Recriminations and Reconciliations in Europe and Asia (Seattle: University of Washington Press).

Conflict, Historical Sociology, East European, West European

Crutchfield, R.D. 2014. Get A Job: Labor Markets, Economic Opportunity and Crime. New York: New York University Press.

Labor, Work and Occupations, Criminology
Cycle of Segregation Krysan, Maria, and Kyle Crowder. 2017. Cycle of Segregation: Social Processes and Residential Stratification. New York: Russell Sage. Race and Ethnicity, Residential Segregation

Forthcoming

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Princton University Press Logo Sarah Quinn. American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation. Princeton University Press. Princeton Studies in American Politics: Historical, International, and Comparative Perspectives. 2019. Economic Sociology, Finance and Credit, Historical Sociology, Political Economy, Political Sociology

Charles Hirschman, Forthcoming. From High School to College: Why Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Immigrant Generation Still Matter. NY: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

Education, Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Immigration

In progress

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Harris, Alexes. (Expected, Winter 2016). A Pound of Flesh: Monetary Sanctions as a Permanent Punishment for Poor People. New York: Russell Sage. (American Sociological Association’s Rose Monograph Series).

Poverty, Social Stratification/Inequality