Books from 2022

Their Determination to Remain : A Cherokee Community's Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina, Lance Greene

Submissions from 2020

Teaching About Animals: Incorporating Nonhuman Animals Into Sociology Classrooms, Liz Grauerholz, Julianne Weinzimmer, Erin N. Kidder, and Nicole Owens Duffy

Submissions from 2018

The Value of Dialogue Groups for Teaching Race and Ethnicity, Julianne Weinzimmer and Jacqueline A. Bergdahl

Submissions from 2016

Understanding ‘The Panty Shanty’: Off-Campus House Signs as Cultural Texts on Gender and Sexuality, Julianne Weinzimmer and Sarah E. Twill

Submissions from 2014


America’s Trivialization of Domestic Violence,” in “The NFL’s Domestic Violence Problem, Julianne Weinzimmer

Harmless and Witty or Dangerous for Women? A Critical Examination of a Campus Ritual, Julianne Weinzimmer

Submissions from 2013


Motherhood, Empowerment, and Resilience within the Context of Intimate Partner Violence, Rebecca Bach, Julianne Weinzimmer, and Shreya Bhandari

Submissions from 2011

Domestic Violence and Motherhood: A Shelter Study, Rebecca Bach and Julianne Weinzimmer

Exploring the Benefits of Community-based Research in a Sociology of Sexualities Course, Rebecca Bach and Julianne Weinzimmer

Homeland Conflict and Identity for Palestinian and Jewish Israeli Americans, Julianne Weinzimmer