Presenting “Say Her Name: Gender, Race, and Police Violence during Investigatory Stops” at UC Merced’s Symposium on the Collateral Consequence of Incarceration. The talk is based on my collaborations with Briana Remster and Rory Kramer at Villanova University and Matthew Thompson at UC Davis.
I was interviewed on Insight with Beth Ruyak of Capital Public Radio about my research on police violence.
I received an advanced contract from the University of California Press on my book project Syndicate Women. Thank you, Maura Roessner and the fantastic reviewers.
I wrote an entry on “What Can I Do with a Sociology Major?” for the UC Davis blog.
My graduate student, Matthew Thompson, and I wrote about national data collection efforts on police violence. “Citizen Science and Crowdsourced Data Collection, not Government Statistics, Provide the Most Reliable Count of Citizen Fatalities by Police” is hosted on the LSE USAPP blog.
My colleague, Bob Faris, and I kicked off Social Network Analysis for Social Scientists as part of our UC Davis Institute for Social Sciences Fellowship. You can follow our proseminar blog here.
“Trust Thy Crooked Neighbor: Multiplexity in Chicago Organized Crime Networks” is hitting the stands.
-Ben Hinshaw wrote “Paper Brings Network Science to Capone’s Chicago” for the UC Davis Institute for Social Sciences.
-Andy Fell wrote “Network Science Meets Al Capone” for the Egghead Blog on UC Davis research.
-Bess Connolly Martell wrote “‘Trust Thy Crooked Neighbor’: Al Capone and the Power of Social Networks” for YaleNews.
February 18, 2016
Bob Faris and I were selected as 2016-2017 fellows for the UC Davis Institute for Social Sciences. We will be leading a graduate seminar on Social Network Analysis for Social Scientists in Spring 2017.
January 13, 2016
My manuscript with Andrew Papachristos on multiplexity in organized crime networks was accepted for publication in American Sociological Review. The article is scheduled to appear in the August 2016 issue.
July 1, 2015
Today is my first official day as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Davis. Go Aggies!
May 8, 2015
I participated in the “Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today” Conference at the Institute for Social Sciences at the University of California, Davis. A video of my talk, “Building and Measuring the Social Networks of Al Capone,” has been archived here.
January 20, 2015
I officially signed to join the University of California, Davis Sociology Department as a tenure-track faculty in fall 2015. Go Aggies! Thank you to all the wonderful people I met and to my amazing mentors.
September 24, 2014
My practice job talk is today in Machmer W-32 at 11:30 am. The title of my talk is “The Shifting Structure of Chicago’s Organized Crime Network and the Women It Left Behind.”
August 19, 2014
Wrapping up a wonderful ASA Annual Meeting in San Francisco. I had the great pleasure to present my research on an invited session titled Crime and Networks through the Crime, Law, and Deviance Section.
May 23, 2014
I just completed an excellent three day methods workshop, “Modeling Emergence: Computer Simulation of Social Dynamics,” offered by Professor James Kitts through the Institute of Social Science Research at UMass.
May 22, 2014
May 7, 2014
My online course, Criminal Networks: From Al Capone to Al-Qaeda, has been scheduled for the Winter 2014-2015 session. This is a brand new course for the Sociology Department and was designed as a part of the UMass Online Fellows program.
May 4, 2014
The journal, Crime & Delinquency, announced that my article, “The Influence of Gentrification on Gang Homicides in Chicago Neighborhoods, 1994 to 2005,” which was accepted in July 2012, will be printed in the June issue.