Summer 2023 News
Graduate & Undergraduate News
Posted: Jul 13, 2023 - 12:00am
Lisa Broidy and M.A. graduate, Ella Siegrist published an article in Feminist Criminology titled "Prioritizing Protection: How Jailed Women Challenge Maternal Stigma"Read here.
Lisa Broidy and co-author Stacy De Coster have a chapter titled “Current Perspectives on Female Offending” in the forthcoming volume of Advances in Criminological Theory titled Gender and Crime: Contemporary Theoretical Perspectives (edited by Sandra L. Browning, Leah C. Butler, and Cheryl Lero Jonson).
Jessica Goodkind and colleagues, including recent PhD, Ryeora Choe, published an article in Journal of Traumatic Stress titled "Persistence of the association between mental health and resource access: A longitudinal reciprocal model in a diverse refugee sample." Read here.
Jessica Goodkind and colleagues, including lead author, recent PhD, Neil Greene. Recently published an article in Journal of Applied Social Science titled "Expanding Social Network Conceptualization, Measurement, and Theory: Lessons from Transnational Refugee Populations." Read here.
Visiting Scholar Raquel Rivera, in collaboration with the reproductive justice organization Bold Futures NM, has authored the policy research article “The Benefits of Licensed Midwifery and Community Birth in New Mexico, Among BIPOC Birthing People.” The article is a preprint in the process of revision and resubmission at a peer-reviewed journal.
Grants, Fellowships, and Other Supports
The Second Chance Pell research team, which includes Noah Painter-Davis, Neil Greene, Em Ahrend, Elisha Allen, and Verlin Joseph, have received approval to participate in the revised “Second Chance Pell Experiment” under the U.S. Department of Education’s Experimental Sites Initiative for 2023-24. This grant enables up to 12 incarcerated students to enroll full time at the University of New Mexico.
Graduate Student Vittoria Totaro was awarded a graduate fellowship from the UNM Center for Regional Studies for the 2023/2024 academic year.
Ranita Ray’s 2022 Gender & Society article titled “School as a Hostile Institution: How Black and Immigrant Girls of Color Experience the Classroom”
The article has received multiple awards:
Winner, 2023, Arlene Kaplan Daniels Paper Award, Society for the Study of Social Problems.
Co-Winner, 2023, American Sociological Association's The Section on the Sociology of Sex and Gender’s Distinguished Article Award.
Honorable Mention, 2023 American Sociological Association, The Section on Race, Gender and Class’ Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Article Award