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Peer-reviewed

In Progress
  • Book manuscript: Making Sense of Mixed Messages: Post-secondary Planning in a College-for-all Era.* 
  • "Interstitial Guidance: How Teachers Advise Regular Kids in the College-for-all Era." *
  • "The Social Construction of the Bully in Mainstream Media." ^
White Papers and Other Public Scholarship
2017. "A Fork in the Road: Divergent Timelines in College Planning." 
2015. "Post-secondary planning at Grinnell High School." Report for the Grinnell-Newburg School Board. (with Jelena Kaplanovic, undergraduate)
2015. "Angling for the Good Spots: Moral dilemmas in cultivating teenagers."
2012. "Breakthrough books: Education – scholars sound off about the books that shaped how we think about education." contexts, 11:4.
2010. "Using Article Reviews to Teach Writing in Large Classes." TAPTalk (Newsletter of the Teaching Assistant Project, Graduate School-New Brunswick) (Spring). 
2006. "(How) Does Gender Pronoun Matter?"
2005. "Rethinking Bourdieu on Race: A Critical Review of Cultural Capital and Habitus in the Sociology of Education Qualitative Literature"  
2004. "Applying Foucault to Education."
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*This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. SES-0926091. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
^This material supported by the Elkes Grant for incorporating digital technologies in the classroom.
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"One can declare an interest in the rhetoric of suburban bike trails and their relation to the death of the novel, and nobody would flinch or giggle. On the contrary, most of us would nod as if we all knew about scholars doing bike-trail studies." (Lambert, in the Chronicle of Higher Education)

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