Publications

Book

Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas of Displacement and Resistance (Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2021)

Published in collaboration with the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

  • Winner of the 2022 ASA Science, Knowledge, and Technology (SKAT) Emancipatory Practice Award
  • Winner of the 2022 ASA Sociological Practice and Public Sociology (SPPS) Robert Dentler Award for Outstanding Student Achievement
  • Featured in the Berkeley Journal of Sociology vol. 63, 2022
  • Author Meets Critics at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, 9 April 2021
  • Winner of the 2019 Alumni Prize for Public Sociology, UC Berkeley Department of Sociology

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Refereed Publications

“Data for Justice: Tensions and Lessons from the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project’s Work Between Academia and Activism.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 19, no. 1 (2020): 397-412. 

Equal co-authorship with Terra Graziani

  • Invited presentation at the “Obtaining, Organizing, and Opening Police Misconduct Data” conference hosted by the Ford Foundation, 16 November 2021.

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Tycowski, Kazimierz; Mei-Di Shu, Sumit Borah, Mary Shi and Joan A. Steitz. “Conservation of a Triple-Helix-Forming RNA Stability Element in Noncoding and Genomic RNAs of Diverse Viruses.” Cell Reports 2, no. 1 (2012): 26-32.

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Selected Other Writing

Counterpoints as an Act of Public Sociology.” Berkeley Journal of Sociology 63 (2022): 64-79.

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“Bourdieu and Social Space: Mobilities, Trajectories, Emplacements.” Contemporary Sociology 50 no. 3 (2021): 251-253.

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“Counterpoints: Stories and Data for Resisting Displacement, 2016.”  Report by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project and Tenants Together. Oakland, CA: 9 September 2016. 

Equal co-authorship with Terra Graziani, Erin McElroy, and Leah Simon-Weinberg

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Manuscripts in Progress

“Bourdieu and Dual Process Models: Towards Cognitively Grounded Theories of Symbolic Domination and Social Change.” (under review)

““Until Indian title shall be… fairly extinguished:” The Public Lands, Settler Colonialism, and Early Government Promotion of Infrastructure in the United States. (under review)

  • Winner of the 2022 ASA Science, Knowledge, and Technology (SKAT) section Hacker-Mullins Student Paper Award
  • Honorable Mention for the 2022 ASA Theory Section Best Student Paper Award
  • Honorable Mention for the 2022 ASA Comparative-Historical Sociology (CHS) section Reinhard Bendix Student Paper Award

“Untangling the Republican, Imperial, and Settler Colonial Dimensions of American State Formation: A Congressional Analysis.” (in preparation)

“The Restructured Urban Political Economy of the Knowledge Economy: Evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area.” (available upon request)