CURRICULUM VITAE

University of Minnesota
Department of Sociology
909 Social Sciences
office: (612) 624-4016
267 19th Avenue South
dept.: (612) 624-4300
Minneapolis, MN 55455
fax: (612) 624-7020

EDUCATION

1995 Ph.D. Sociology, University of Wisconsin.
Advisor: Ross Matsueda. Major: Criminology, Stratification. Minor: Industrial Relations
1990 M.S. Sociology, University of Wisconsin [Entered graduate school 1989]
1986 B.A. Behavioral Science and Law / Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin.

POSITIONS HELD

2016- Regents Professor of Sociology and Law, University of Minnesota

2015- Martindale Chair in Sociology

2006- Distinguished McKnight University Professor.
Faculty Affiliate, Minnesota Population Center

2006-2012 Department Chair (two terms). Sociology

2005-2006 Professor. Sociology
Associate Department Chair (2004-06)

2001-2005 Associate Professor. Sociology
McKnight Presidential Fellow (2001-04)

1995-2001 Assistant Professor. Sociology
Core Faculty, NIMH training grant (1998-2006).

LEADERSHIP

2017-18 Vice President, American Sociological Association
2010- Editor and Publisher, TheSocietyPages.org (with D. Hartmann)
2014-15 Vice Chair, University of Minnesota Faculty Consultative Committee (university-wide)
2014-15 Section Chair, American Sociological Association (Crime, Law, and Deviance section)
2010-11 Chair, College of Liberal Arts Council of Chairs (2010-2011) (28 departments)
2006-12 Department Chair (30 faculty, 100 graduate and 600 undergraduate students)
2009-11 Chair, College plan committee (CLA 2015) (with G. Oehlert)
2007-11 Editor, Contexts magazine (with D. Hartmann)

 

HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2016 Hindelang Speaker Award for career contributions to criminology, U. at Albany
2014
Peterson-Krivo Mentoring Award, American Sociological Assn. (CLD Section)
2013
Named Fellow, American Society of Criminology
2009-12 Investigator Award in Health Policy Research, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
2011
Equal Justice Award for Research, The Council on Crime and Justice
2011 Outstanding Service as Editor, American Sociological Association
2009
Public Sociology Keynote, Indiana University
2004
New York Times Magazine, 2003 “Ideas of the Year”
2004
Elected Member, Sociological Research Association
2002-03 U.S. Delegate, U.S.- Japan Leadership Exchange
2000-02 Fellow, Soros Foundation Open Society Institute
2001 Outstanding Faculty Award, Mortar Board National Honor Society
(for superior dedication to undergraduate research)
2000 Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award, American Society of Criminology
(for outstanding scholarly contributions to the field of criminology)
1998 Junior Scholar Award, International Society for Criminology
1996 Katherine DuPree Lumpkin Dissertation Award, University of Wisconsin
1992 1st Prize, ASA Crime, Law and Deviance Section Student Paper Award
1991 1st Prize, Gene Carte Paper Award American Society of Criminology
1990-92 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
1986 Undergraduate Scholarship, AMEV/Fortis Company

MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN AWARDS

2016 Regents Professorship, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
2015
Martindale Chair, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
2011, 1998 Faculty Mentor Award, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
2009 Outstanding Service Award, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
2007
Ten Year Certificate of Appreciation, TRIO Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program
2006
Distinguished McKnight University Professorship, University of Minnesota
2005
Public Sociology Award, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
2004 Sociological Education Award, Sociologists of Minnesota
1999
College Nominee, Morse Alumni University Teaching Award
1999 Student Board Nominee, College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award
1990 Distinction, University of Wisconsin Sociology Preliminary Examination
1989 Graduate Fellowship, University of Wisconsin

PUBLICATIONS [copyright notice]

BOOKS

Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. Under contract. Prisons and Health in the Age of Mass Incarceration. New York: Oxford University Press.

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Lisa Wade, with Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2016. Assigned: Life with Gender. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2015. Getting Culture. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2015. Owned. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2014. Color Lines and Racial Angles. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2014. Crime and the Punished. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2013. The Social Side of Politics. New York: W.W. Norton.


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Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, editors. 2012. The Contexts Reader. 2nd ed. New York: W.W. Norton.


 

Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen. 2006. Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy. New York: Oxford University Press.

Paperback edition (2008)
Choice Outstanding Academic Title (2006)
Finalist, C. Wright Mills Award (2006)

JOURNAL EDITING

Editor and Publisher. 2010-Now. The Society Pages (with Douglas Hartmann).

Editor. 2008-2011. Contexts. (with Douglas Hartmann). Volumes 7, 8, 9, and 10, Numbers 1-4. American Sociological Association.

Guest editor. 2008. Criminology and Public Policy.The Effect of Criminal Background Checks on Hiring Ex-Offenders.

Guest editor. 2005. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. Special issue: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Sanctions, Volume 21, No. 1.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Sarah Shannon, Christopher Uggen, Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, Melissa Thompson, and Sara Wakefield. “The Growth, Scope, and Spatial Distribution of People with Felony Records in the United States, 1980-2010.” Conditionally accepted for publication in Demography.

Emily Bryant, Emily Schulz, Hollie Nyseth Brehm, and Christopher Uggen. 2017. “Techniques of Neutralization and Identity Work among Genocide Perpetrators.” Forthcoming in Social Problems.

Heather McLaughlin, Christopher Uggen, and Amy Blackstone. 2017. “The Economic and Career Effects of Sexual Harassment on Working Women.” Forthcoming in Gender & Society.

Mike Vuolo, Sarah Lageson, and Christopher Uggen. 2017. “Criminal Record Questions in the Era of ‘Ban the Box’.” Criminology & Public Policy 16:139-65.

Mike Vuolo, Christopher Uggen, and Sarah Lageson. 2017. “Race, Recession, and Social Closure in the Low Wage Labor Market.” Forthcoming in Research in the Sociology of Work.

Hollie Nyseth Brehm, Christopher Uggen, and Jean-Damascéne Gasanabo. 2016. “Age, Gender, and the Crime of Crimes: Toward a Life-Course Theory of Genocide Participation.”Criminology 54: 713-43.

Christopher Uggen. 2016. “Records, Relationships, and Reentries: How Specific Punishment Conditions Affect Family Life.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 665:142-48.

Shelly Schaefer and Christopher Uggen. 2016. “A New Crime Control Era in the Juvenile Justice System? State-level Determinants of Blended Sentencing.” Law & Social Inquiry 41:435-63.

Jason Schnittker, Christopher Uggen, Sarah Shannon, and Suzy McElrath. 2015. "The Institutional Effects of Incarceration:  Spillovers from Criminal Justice to Health Care."Milbank Quarterly 93:516-60.

Mike Vuolo, Christopher Uggen, and Sarah Lageson. 2016. "Statistical Power in Experimental Audit Studies: Cautions and Calculations for Matched Tests with Nominal Outcomes."Sociological Methods & Research 45:260-303.

Christopher Uggen and Robert Stewart. 2015. “Piling On: Collateral Consequences and Community Supervision.” Minnesota Law Review 99:1871-1910.

Christopher Uggen, Mike Vuolo, Sarah Lageson, Ebony Ruhland, and Hilary Whitham. 2014. "The Edge of Stigma: An Experimental Audit of the Effects of Low-Level Criminal Records on Employment."Criminology 52:627-54.

Christopher Uggen and Suzy McElrath. 2014. “Parental Incarceration: What we Know and Where we Need to Go.”Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 104:597-604.

Hollie Nyseth Brehm, Christopher Uggen, and Jean-Damascène Gasanabo. 2014. “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.”Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30:333-52.

Sarah Lageson,  Mike Vuolo, and Christopher Uggen. 2014. “Legal Ambiguity in Managerial Assessments of Criminal Records.” Law & Social Inquiry 40:175-204.

Amy Blackstone, Jason N. Houle, and Christopher Uggen. 2014. “’I Didn’t Recognize it as a Bad Experience until I was Much Older”: Age, Experience, and Workers’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment.” Sociological Spectrum 34:314-37.

Christopher Uggen and Sarah Shannon. 2014. “Productive Addicts and Harm Reduction: How Work Reduces Crime – But Not Drug Use." Social Problems 61:105-30.

Michael Vuolo, Christopher Uggen, and Sarah Lageson. 2014. “Taste Clusters of Music and Drugs: Evidence from Three Analytic Levels." British Journal of Sociology 62:520-54.

Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. 2012. “Out and Down: Incarceration and Psychiatric Disorders.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53:448-64.

Elaine Hernandez and Christopher Uggen. 2012. “Institutions, Politics, and Mental Health Parity.” Society and Mental Health.

Melissa Thompson and Christopher Uggen. 2012. “Dealers, Thieves, and the Common Determinants of Drug and Non-Drug Illegal Earnings.” Criminology 50:1057-87.

Heather McLaughlin, Christopher Uggen, and Amy Blackstone. 2012. “Sexual Harassment, Workplace Authority, and the Paradox of Power.American Sociological Review 77:625-47.

Ryan D. King, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. “Employment and Exile: U.S. Criminal Deportations, 1908-2005.” 2012. American Journal of Sociology 117:1786-1825. [authorship is alphabetical, reflecting equal contributions]

Jason N. Houle, Jeremy Staff, Jeylan T. Mortimer, Christopher Uggen, and Amy Blackstone. 2011. “The Psychological Impact of Sexual Harassment during the Early Occupational Career.” Society and Mental Health 1:89-105.

Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. 2011. “Incarceration and the Health of the African American Community.” Du Bois Review 8:133-41.

Michael Massoglia and Christopher Uggen. 2010. “Settling Down and Aging Out: Toward an Interactionist Theory of Desistance and the Transition to Adulthood.” American Journal of Sociology 116:543-82. [authorship is alphabetical, reflecting equal contributions]

Christopher Uggen and Michelle Inderbitzin. 2010. “Public Criminologies.”Criminology and Public Policy 9: 725-750 [with introduction by Todd Clear and Policy Essay responses by Paul Rock, Kenneth Land, Ian Loader and Richard Sparks, Michael Tonry, and Daniel Mears pp. 751-805].

Sara Wakefield and Christopher Uggen. 2010. “Incarceration and Stratification.” Annual Review of Sociology 36:387-406.

Amy Blackstone, Christopher Uggen, and Heather McLaughlin. 2009. “Legal Consciousness and Responses to Sexual Harassment.” Law & Society Review 43:631-68.

Teresa Swartz, Amy Blackstone, Christopher Uggen, and Heather McLaughlin. 2009. “Welfare and Citizenship: The Effects of Government Assistance on Voting Behavior.” The Sociological Quarterly 50:633-65.

Jesse Wozniak and Christopher Uggen. 2009. “Real Men Use Non-Lethals: Appeals to Masculinity in Marketing Police Weaponry." Feminist Criminology 4:274-93.

Christopher Uggen and Chika Shinohara. 2009. “Sexual Harassment Comes of Age: A Comparative Analysis of the United States and Japan." The Sociological Quarterly. 50:201-34.

Heather Hlavka and Christopher Uggen. 2008. “Does Stigmatizing Sex Offenders Drive Down Reporting Rates? Perverse Effects and Unintended Consequences.” Northern Kentucky Law Review 35:347-69.

Christopher Uggen. 2008. “Editorial Introduction: The Effect of Criminal Background Checks on Hiring Ex-Offenders.” Criminology and Public Policy 7:367-370.

Heather McLaughlin, Christopher Uggen, and Amy Blackstone. 2008. “Social Class and Workplace Harassment During the Transition to Adulthood.” New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 119:85-98.

Christopher Uggen. 2007. “Who We Punish: The Carceral State.” Social Research 74: 467-469 and “Dirty Bombs and Garbage Cases.” Social Research 74: 707-711.

Michael Massoglia and Christopher Uggen. 2007. “Subjective Desistance and the Transition to Adulthood." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 23:90-103.

Christopher Uggen, Jeff Manza, and Melissa Thompson, 2006. “Citizenship, Democracy, and the Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 605:281-310.

Christopher Uggen, Angela Behrens, and Jeff Manza. 2005. “Criminal Disenfranchisement.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 1:307-322.

Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza. 2004. “Voting and Subsequent Crime and Arrest: Evidence from a Community Sample.” Columbia Human Rights Law Review 36:193-215.

Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Punishment and Democracy: The Disenfranchisement of Nonincarcerated Felons in the United States.” Perspectives on Politics 2:491-505.

Christopher Uggen and Amy Blackstone. 2004. "Sexual Harassment as a Gendered Expression of Power." American Sociological Review 69:64-92. [ASA release]

Jeff Manza, Clem Brooks, and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Public Attitudes toward Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States.” Public Opinion Quarterly 68:276-87.

Sara Wakefield and Christopher Uggen. 2004. "The Declining Significance of Race in Federal Civil Rights Law: The Social Structure of Employment Discrimination Claims." Sociological Inquiry 74:128-57.

Angela Behrens, Christopher Uggen, and Jeff Manza. 2003. “Ballot Manipulation and the ‘Menace of Negro Domination’: Racial Threat and Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States, 1850-2002.” American Journal of Sociology 109:559-605.

Reprinted 2006 in Crime and Criminal Justice: International Library of Essays in Law & Society, edited by William T. Lyons, Jr. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Christopher Uggen, Jeff Manza, and Angela Behrens. 2003. “Felon Voting Rights and the Disenfranchisement of African Americans.” Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society 5:47-55.

Christopher Uggen and Melissa Thompson. 2003. "The Socioeconomic Determinants of Ill-Gotten Gains: Within-Person Changes in Drug Use and Illegal Earnings." American Journal of Sociology 109:146-85.

Jeremy Staff and Christopher Uggen. 2003. "The Fruits of Good Work: Job Quality and Adolescent Deviance." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40:263-90.

Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza. 2002. "Democratic Contraction? The Political Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States." American Sociological Review 67:777-803. [ASA] [NYT]

Reprinted 2006 in Crime, Inequality, and the State, edited by Mary E. Vogel (New York: Routledge). Excerpted 2004, pp. 264-65 in Sociology (“Prisoners and Presidents”) by David M. Newman. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press; Excerpted 2003 in American Sociological Association’s Footnotes (“Sociology News for the Dinner Table”) 31:8; Excerpted 2003 in Contexts (“Discoveries”) 2:6.

Christopher Uggen and Jeremy Staff. 2001. Work as a Turning Point for Criminal Offenders. Corrections Management Quarterly 5:1-16. 

Reprinted 2004, Pp. 141-66 in Crime and Employment: Critical Issues in Crime Reduction for Corrections, edited by Jessie L. Krienert and Mark S. Fleisher. Rowman and Littlefield.

Barbara McMorris and Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Alcohol and Employment in the Transition to Adulthood." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 41:276-94.

Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Work as a Turning Point in the Life Course of Criminals: A Duration Model of Age, Employment, and Recidivism." American Sociological Review 65:529-46. 

Reprinted 2002, 2004, 2006 in Boundaries: Readings in Deviance, Crime, and Justice, edited by B.R.E. Wright, Jr. and R.B. McNeal, Jr. Allyn & Bacon/Pearson Custom Publishing.

Awarded International Society for Criminology Junior Scholar Article Prize.

Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Class, Gender, and Arrest: An Intergenerational Analysis of Workplace Power and Control." Criminology 38:101-28.

Jessica Huiras, Christopher Uggen, and Barbara McMorris. 2000. "Career Jobs, Survival Jobs, and Employee Deviance: A Social Investment Model of Workplace Misconduct." The Sociological Quarterly 41:245-63.

Candace Kruttschnitt, Christopher Uggen, and Kelly Shelton. 2000. "Predictors of Desistance among Sex Offenders: The Interaction of Formal and Informal Social Controls." Justice Quarterly 17:61-87.

Elizabeth Chambliss and Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Men and Women of Elite Law Firms: Reevaluating Kanter's Legacy." Law and Social Inquiry 25:41-68.

Lauren Edelman, Christopher Uggen, and Howard Erlanger. 1999. "The Endogeneity of Legal Regulation: Grievance Procedures as Rational Myth."  American Journal of Sociology 105:406-54.

Christopher Uggen and Jennifer Janikula. 1999. "Volunteerism and Arrest in the Transition to Adulthood." Social Forces 78:331-62.

Christopher Uggen. 1999. "Ex-Offenders and the Conformist Alternative: A Job Quality Model of Work and Crime." Social Problems 46:127-51.

Christopher Uggen and Candace Kruttschnitt. 1998. "Crime in the Breaking: Gender Differences in Desistance." Law and Society Review 32:401-28.

Reprinted 2000 in The Termination of Criminal Careers, edited by Stephen Farrall. 2000. International Library of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Hampshire, UK: Ashgate.

Christopher Uggen and Irving Piliavin. 1998. "Asymmetrical Causation and Criminal Desistance." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 88:1399-1422.

Reprinted 2002, 2004, 2006 in Boundaries: Readings in Deviance, Crime, and Justice.

Excerpted in National Institute of Justice NIJ Journal 237:20 (October).

Christopher Uggen. 1993. "Reintegrating Braithwaite: Shame and Consensus in Criminological Theory." Law and Social Inquiry 18:481-500. [An article-length review essay]

Christopher Uggen. 1993. "Beyond Calvin and Hobbes: Rationality and Exchange in a Theory of Moralizing Shaming." Law and Social Inquiry 18:513-16. [A rejoinder to John Braithwaite's "Pride in Criminological Dissensus"]


CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

Mike Vuolo, Sarah Lageson, and Christopher Uggen. 2017. “To Match or Not to Match? Statistical and Substantive Considerations in Audit Design and Analysis.” Forthcoming in Audit Studies: Behind the Scenes with Theory, Method, and Nuance, edited by Michael S. Gaddis. New York: Springer.

Christopher Uggen, Sarah Shannon, and D. Wayne Osgood. 2017. “From Daddy’s Liquor Cabinet to Home Depot: Shifts in Leisure Activity in the Transition to Adulthood.” Forthcoming in Inside the Diverse Transitions to Adulthood: How Young Americans Understand and Navigate Their Lives, edited by Teresa Swartz, Doug Hartmann, and Ruben Rumbaut. Leiden: Brill.

Ryan Larson and Christopher Uggen. 2017. “Felon Disenfranchisement.” Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Corrections, edited by Kent R. Kerley. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Christopher Uggen & Lindsay Blahnik. 2016. "The Increasing Stickiness of Public Labels." Pages 222-43 in Global Perspectives on Desistance, edited by Joanna Shapland, Stephen Farrall, and Anthony Bottoms. Routledge.

Veronica Horowitz and Christopher Uggen. 2015. “Crime, Punishment, and Politics.” In Encyclopedia of American Political Culture, edited by Michael Shally-Jensen. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Christopher Uggen and Suzy McElrath. 2014. “Six Social Sources of the U.S. Crime Drop.” Pages 3-20 in Crime and the Punished, edited by Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen.

Sarah Shannon and Christopher Uggen. 2014. “Visualizing Punishment.” Pages 42-62 in Crime and the Punished, edited by Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen.

Sarah Lageson and Christopher Uggen. 2013. “How Work Affects Crime—And Crime Affects Work—Over The Life Course.” Pages 201-212 in Handbook of Life-Course Criminology: Emerging Trends and Directions for Future Research, edited by Chris L. Gibson and Marvin D. Krohn. New York: Springer.

Alec Ewald and Christopher Uggen. 2012. “The Collateral Effects of Imprisonment on Prisoners, Their Families, and Communities.” Pages 83-103 in The Oxford Handbook on Sentencing and Corrections, edited by Joan Petersilia and Kevin Reitz. New York: Oxford University Press.

Sarah Shannon and Christopher Uggen. 2012. “Incarceration as a Political Institution.” Pages 214-225 in The New Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology, edited by Kate Nash, Alan Scott, and Edwin Amenta. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Terence P. Thornberry, Peggy C. Giordano, Christopher Uggen, Mauri Matsuda, Ann S. Masten, Erik Bulten, and Andrea G. Donker. 2012. “Explanations for Offending.” Pages 47-85 in From Juvenile Delinquency to Adult Crime: Criminal Careers, Justice Policy, and Prevention, edited by Rolf Loeber and David Farrington. New York: Oxford University Press.

Darren Wheelock, Christopher Uggen, and Heather Hlavka. 2011. “Employment Restrictions for Individuals with Felon Status and Racial Inequality in the Labor Market.” Pages 278-307 in Global Perspectives on Re-Entry, edited by Ikponwosa O. Ekunwe and Richard S. Jones. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University Press.

Christopher Uggen and Michelle Inderbitzin. 2010. "The Price and the Promise of Citizenship: Extending the Vote to Nonincarcerated Felons." Pages 61-68 in Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals From the American Society of Criminology Conference, edited by Natasha A. Frost, Joshua D. Freilich, and Todd R. Clear. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.

Shelly Schaefer and Christopher Uggen. 2009. “Juvenile Delinquency and Desistance.” Pages 423-430 in Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood, edited by Andy Furlong. Abingdon, Oxfordshire: Routledge.

Christopher Uggen, Mischelle Van Brakle, and Heather McLaughlin. 2009. “Punishment and Social Exclusion: National Differences in Prisoner Disenfranchisement.” Pages 59-78 in Criminal Disenfranchisement in an International Perspective, edited by Alec Ewald and Brandon Rottinghaus. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Christopher Uggen and Heather Hlavka. 2008. “No More Lame Pro-sems: Professional Development Seminars in Sociology.” Pages 191-216 in Academic Street Smarts: Informal Professionalization of Graduate Students, edited by Ira Silver and David Shulman. New York: American Sociological Association.

Darren Wheelock and Christopher Uggen. 2008. "Race, Poverty and Punishment: The Impact of Criminal Sanctions on Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Inequality." Pages 261-292 in The Colors of Poverty: Why Racial and Ethnic Disparities Persist, edited by David Harris and Ann Chih Lin. New York: Russell Sage.

Uggen, Christopher. 2008. “Thinking Experimentally.” Pages 181-189 in Experiments in Criminology and Law: A Research Revolution. Christine J. Horne and Michael J. Lovaglia. Lanham, MA: Rowman and Littlefield.

Michelle Inderbitzin, Kelly Fawcett, Christopher Uggen, and Kristin A. Bates. 2007. "'Revolutions May Go Backwards': The Persistence of Voter Disenfranchisement in the United States." Pages 37-53 in Through the Eye of Katrina: Social Justice in the United States, edited by Kristin A. Bates and Richelle S. Swan. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Christopher Uggen and Sara Wakefield. 2007. “What Have We Learned from Longitudinal Studies of Adolescent Employment and Crime?” Pages 189-218 in The Long View of Crime: A Synthesis of Longitudinal Research, edited by Akiva Liberman. New York: Springer.

Angela Behrens, Christopher Uggen, and Jeff Manza. 2006. “Felon Disenfranchisement." Pages 582-585 in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties. New York: Routledge.

Christopher Uggen and Sara Wakefield. 2005. “Young Adults Reentering the Community from the Criminal Justice System: Challenges to Adulthood.” Pages 114-144 in On Your Own Without a Net: The Transition to Adulthood for Vulnerable Populations, edited by D. Wayne Osgood, E. Michael Foster, Constance Flanagan, and Gretchen R. Ruth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Christopher Uggen, Sara Wakefield, and Bruce Western. 2005. “Work and Family Perspectives on Reentry.” Pages 209-243 in Prisoner Reentry and Crime in America, edited by Jeremy Travis and Christy Visher. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza. 2005. “Disenfranchisement and the Civic Reintegration of Convicted Felons.” Pages 67-84 in Civil Penalties, Social Consequences, edited by Christopher Mele and Teresa Miller. New York: Routledge.

Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza. 2004. “Lost Voices: The Civic and Political Views of Disfranchised Felons.” Pages 165-204 in Imprisoning America: The Social Effects of Mass Incarceration, edited by Mary Pattillo, David Weiman, and Bruce Western. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Jeremy Staff, Jeylan Mortimer, and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Work and Leisure in Adolescence.” Pages 429-450 in The Handbook of Adolescent Psychology, edited by Richard Lerner and Laurence Steinberg. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Christopher Uggen, Jeff Manza, and Angela Behrens. 2004. “Less than the Average Citizen: Stigma, Role Transition, and the Civic Reintegration of Convicted Felons.” Pages 258-290 in After Crime and Punishment: Pathways to Offender Reintegration, edited by Shadd Maruna and Russ Immarigeon. Cullompton, Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Christopher Uggen and Michael Massoglia. 2003. “Desistance from Crime as a Turning Point in the Life Course.” Pages 311-29 in Handbook of the Life Course, edited by Jeylan T. Mortimer and Michael J. Shanahan. New York: Plenum Publishing.

Michael Massoglia and Christopher Uggen. 2002. “Life Course Theories.” Pages 1008-12 in Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [abstract]

Christopher Uggen. 2001. “Crime and Class.” Volume 5, pages 2906-10 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes. New York: Elsevier. [abstract]

Christopher Uggen and Melissa Thompson. 2001. “Prevention: Juveniles as Potential Offenders.” Pages 1152-55 in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. New York: MacMillan. [abstract]


REVIEWS, COMMENTARY, AND SHORT PIECES

Christopher Uggen, Veronica Horowitz, and Robert Stewart. 2017. “Public Criminology and Criminologists with Records.” The Criminologist 42:3-7.

Christopher Uggen. 2016. “The 2016 Election and the Vocation of Social Science.” In Speak for Sociology, a blog by the American Sociological Association. December 2.

Christopher Uggen. 2015. “Public Criminology and the Social Media Echo Chamber.” Crime, Law & Deviance News, Crime, Law & Deviance section of the American Sociological Association.

Christopher Uggen. 2014. “Violence Against Women is on the Decline – but We can Still Do More.” Pacific Standard. June 4, 2014. [originally appeared in Public Criminology and Sociological Images on TheSocietyPages].

Christopher Uggen. 2014. “Should Drug Treatment Aim to End Use or Reduce Harm.” Pacific Standard. February 24, 2014. [originally appeared in Public Criminology and Sociological Images on TheSocietyPages].

Marc Mauer and Christopher Uggen. 2013. “The Missing Black Voters.” Huffington Post. May 28, 2013.

Christopher Uggen. 2012. “A Tragic Distraction.” National Post (Canada). December 21, p. A16. Reprinted in Vancouver Sun, Pacific Standard magazine, and elsewhere.

Christopher Uggen. 2012. Crime and the Great Recession. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. Reprinted as “The Crime Wave that Wasn’t Pathways magazine, Fall 2012, pp. 14-18.

Doug Hartmann and Christopher Uggen. 2008-2010. “From the Editors,” an introductory column in each quarterly issue of Contexts.

Christopher Uggen. 2010. “Law enforcement death rate falling, not rising.” Minnpost. May 14.

Christopher Uggen. 2010. “The link between education and police use of force.” Minnpost. April 28. Reprinted as “The Link Between Use of Force and Education” on PoliceLink.com May, 2010.

Chika Shinohara and Christopher Uggen. 2009. "Sexual Harassment: The Emergence of Legal Consciousness in Japan and the US." The Asia-Pacific Journal 31:2-09.

Christopher Uggen. 2008. “Who are the Outlaws? A Freakonomics Quorum,” New York Times Online. October 16.

Christopher Uggen. 2008. “Sociology of Deviance in the Real World,” “Journaling Interns -- Tell them to Write it All Down,” and course syllabus. Pp. 91-97, 209-214, and 235-238 in Bruce Hoffman (ed.) Teaching the Sociology of Deviance (6th Edition). Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.

Christopher Uggen. 2006. “The Disenfranchised of History … and Now.” Wall Street Journal, September 2, p. A9, Letters section.

Christopher Uggen and Mike Vuolo. 2006. “Getting the Truth about Consequences.” Amici: Newsletter of the Sociology of Law Section of the American Sociological Association 13:6-8.

Christopher Uggen. 2005. “Editorial Comment” as guest editor for special issue on Collateral Consequences of Criminal Sanctions. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 21:4-5.

Christopher Uggen. 2005. “Public Criminologies and Sociological Education.” Sociological Education award address. Sociograph 23 (1): 7.

Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Where Tough Guys Go.” Review of Laub and Sampson’s Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives. Contexts 3: 64-66.

Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “The President Is Right: Ex-Felons Need Aid.” Newsday, February 5, p. A33, Op-Ed section.

Reprinted 2004 under various titles, e.g., "Ex-cons Deserve a Chance to Right their Lives."

Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza. 2003. “They've Paid Their Debt; Let Them Vote.” Los Angeles Times, July 18, p. B15, Op-Ed section.

Reprinted 2003 under various titles.

Christopher Uggen. 2003. “Criminology and the Sociology of Deviance.” The Criminologist 28:1-5.

Christopher Uggen. 2002. “Crime and Punishment to the Core.” Brief invited comment on Western and Pettit. Contexts 1:4.


TECHNICAL REPORTS AND WORKING PAPERS

Christopher Uggen, Ryan Larson, and Sarah Shannon. 2016. 6 Million Lost Voters: State-Level Estimates of Felony Disenfranchisement, 2016. Washington, DC: Sentencing Project.

Christopher Uggen, Sarah Shannon, and Jeff Manza. 2012. State-level Estimates of Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States, 2010. Washington, DC: Sentencing Project. [report cited in New York Times, Washington Post, Slate, Mother Jones, Philadelphia Inquirer, Tampa Tribune, Florida Sun-Sentinel, Louisville Courier-Journal, Daily Beast, The Grio, Richmond Times-Dispatch, New Orleans Times Picayune and elsewhere.]

Christopher Uggen. 2012. Felon Disenfranchisement in Minnesota.

Christopher Uggen and Suzy McElrath. 2012. Felon Disenfranchisement in Wisconsin.

Christopher Uggen and Melissa Thompson. 1999. National Institute of Justice Final Report: Careers in Crime and Substance Use.

Christopher Uggen, Irving Piliavin, and Ross Matsueda. "Jobs Programs and Criminal Desistance ." 1997. Review paper commissioned by the Urban Institute, Washington, DC.

MANUSCRIPTS AND PAPERS UNDER REVIEW

Christopher Uggen, Jason Schnittker, Mike Massoglia, and Sarah Shannon. “The Contingent Effect of Incarceration on State Health Outcomes.” [revise and resubmit]

Hollie Nyseth Brehm, Suzy McElrath, and Christopher Uggen. “A Dynamic Life Course Approach to Genocide.”

Brianna Remster, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. “The Divergent Effects of Elective and Mandatory Volunteering on Subsequent Arrest.”

 

WORK IN PROGRESS

“Voting and the Civic Reintegration of Former Prisoners” with Shelly Schaefer (draft available).

“A Survey and Analysis of Programs for Inmate Fathers: Basic Questions and Future Directions” with Sarah Shannon and Sara Wakefield.


GRANTS

EXTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2015-20 Laura and John Arnold Foundation. “Multi-state Study of Monetary Sanctions." [co-I with Alexes Harris (PI), Beth Huebner, Karin Martin, Mary Pattillo, Becky Pettit, Bryan Sykes, and Sarah Shannon]. 7/1/15-6/30/20. $3,506,048 ($391,051 at Minnesota).

2016-19 National Science Foundation. “Collaborative Research: Genocide and Transitional Justice in Rwanda.” [co-PI with Hollie Nyseth Brehm] 8/1/16-1/1/19. $487,822 ($88,594 at Minnesota).

2015-17 Spencer Foundation. “Criminal Records, Race, and College Admission.” [co-PI with Robert Stewart]. 10/15/15-5/1/17. $49,975.

2015-16 Sentencing Project. “Felon Disenfranchisement Research Support.” [co-PI with Sarah Shannon]. 10/1/15-2/1/17. $8,000.

2014-15 Mershon Center, Ohio State University. “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” [co-PI with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. 7/1/14-6/30/15. $10,000.

2010-14 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research. “"The Effects of Incarceration on the Health of Individuals, Families, and Communities." [Co-PI with Jason Schnittker] 6/1/10-5/30/13. $415,216.

2008-13 NIH - National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth.” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]. 4/1/08-3/31/13. $1,250,000.

2007-09 National Science Foundation. “Gender Differences in the Causes and Consequences of Drug Use.” [Co-PI with Melissa Thompson]. 5/13/07-4/29/09. $108,074 ($24,700 at Minnesota).

2007-08 National Institute of Justice. “The Effects of Low-Level Offense Records and Race on Employability” [PI with The Council on Crime and Justice]. $35,000.

2007-08 JEHT Foundation. “The Effects of Low-Level Offense Records and Race on Employability” [PI with The Council on Crime and Justice]. 5/1/07-10/31/08. $265,300 ($80,000 at University).

2006-07 The Sentencing Project. “Voting and Civic Reintegration in Oregon.” [Co-PI with Michelle Inderbitzin]. 6/1/06-5/31/07. $5,500.

2002-07 NIH - National Institute of Mental Health and National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]. 8/12/02-8/11/07. $1,557,287.

2005-06 National Institute on Drug Abuse/National Institutes of Health. “Peers, Parents, and Media: Effects on Youth Substance Use.” 1/1/06-12/31/06. $67,917. Not funded.

1996-06 National Institute of Mental Health, Institutional Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA). “Mental Health and Adjustment in the Life Course.” [Core Faculty Member and Co-Investigator on this training grant with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]

2004-05 Russell Sage Foundation. “Adding Criminal History Information to the 2004 General Social Survey” [Co-Investigator with Jeff Manza, Devah Pager, and Tom Smith]. $36,000. Not funded.

2000-02 Soros Foundation. Open Society Institute Individual Project Fellowship [with Jeff Manza, Northwestern]. 7/1/00-12/31/02. $101,164 ($50,602 at Minnesota).

1999-02 National Science Foundation. “Political Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement.” [with Jeff Manza, Northwestern] 6/1/99-12/31/02. $210,000 ($101,570 at Minnesota).

1997-02 NIH - National Institute of Mental Health. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth.” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) and Michael Finch]. 3/1/97-2/28/02. $845,304.

1998-99 National Institute of Justice. “Careers in Crime and Substance Use.” $45,903.


INTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2016-18 Grand Challenge Interdisciplinary Work Group Collaboration. “Assessing Interventions for Justice and Equity.” [Co-PI with Myron Orfield]. 9/1/16-9/1/18. $249,000

2010 Office of Vice President for Research. “Working with the IRB: A Discussion for Social Scientists” [Co-Investigator with William O. Beeman]. 6/1/10-11/30/10. $3,380.

2008-09 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Effect of Vitamin-D Supplementation on the Mental Health and Behavior of Prison Inmates” [with Lindsey Merritt].

2006-07 College of Liberal Arts. “Minnesota Exits and Entries Project.” $65,000. [PI with faculty and graduate student collaborators].

2006 Graduate Research Partnership. "Why Did They Attack Us? Extending Stark's Theory of Police Riots." 5/29/06-8/27/06. [with Jesse Wozniak]. $5,948.

2005 Graduate Research Partnership. “Do Former Felons Vote? Turnout among Prison Releasees 1978 to 2004.” [with Shelly Schaefer]. 5/26/05-8/22/05. $5,269.

2004-06 Life Course Center. “Age, Gender, and Sexual Harassment in Japan and the United States.” [with Chika Shinohara]. Research assistance.

2004 Graduate Research Partnership Program. “Musical Preferences and Drug Consumption.” [with Michael Vuolo]. $5,270. Not funded.

2003 Graduate Research Partnership. “The Effect of Children on Crime and Recidivism.” [with Sara Wakefield]. 5/26/03-8/22/03. $5,269.

2003 Sociology/College of Liberal Arts. Underrepresented Graduate Partnership. “Collateral Civil Penalties and Consequences.” [with Darren Wheelock]. 5/26/03-8/24/03. $3,750.

2002-03 Sabbatical Supplement Award.

2002 Graduate Research Partnership. Sexual Harassment in Adolescence and Adulthood.” [with Amy Blackstone] $7,951.

2002 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Racial Threat and Changes in Felon Disfranchisement Law in the United States, 1850-2000.” [with Angela Behrens] Spring 2002. $1,661.

2001-04 McKnight Presidential Fellow.

2001 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “The Diffusion of Anti-Discrimination Legislation Based on Sexual Orientation.” [with Brian Duginske]. $1,650.

2000 Life Course Center. “Sexual Harassment and Legal Mobilization in Adolescence and Young Adulthood.” Semester research assistance.

1999 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Employee Theft and Career Goals.” [with Jessica Huiras]. $1,100.

1998 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Trends in Equal Employment Opportunity Complaints” [with Sara Wakefield]. $1,080.

1996-98 Graduate School Grant-in-Aid. “Adolescent Employment, Status Origins, and Deviant Behavior.” $14,050.

1997 Faculty Summer Research Fellowship. “Age, Crime, and the School-to-Work Transition: A Comparative Analysis.” $5,000.

1996-97 Life Course Center. “Status Origins, Youth Employment, and Deviance.” Single quarter research assistance.

1995-96 Graduate School Grant-in-Aid. “Work, Crime, and Drug Use: A Life Course Model of Desistance from Deviant Roles.” $13,080.

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PRESENTATIONS (SINCE 2000)

INVITED TALKS

  • Columbia University, May 19, 2017
  • University of Georgia (Talarico lecture), March 15, 2017
  • Ohio State (Criminal Justice Research Center Excellence in Justice address), February 15, 2017
  • University of British Columbia (Sociology), January 10, 2017
  • National Institute of Justice (Justice Involved Young Adults), December 12, 2016.
  • National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine (Sexual Harassment), May 24, 2016.
  • University at Albany, SUNY, May 5, 2016
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government, May 14, 2016
  • National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine (Crime and Health), March 29, 2016.
  • Bowling Green State University, March 16th, 2016.  
  • Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain), January 29th, 2016. University of Kansas (annual Clark lecture). October 1, 2015.
  • Yale Sociology. December 12, 2015.
  • New York University Law School. September 28, 2015.
  • Rutgers School of Criminal Justice. September 29, 2015.
  • University of Washington. May 28th, 2015.
  • Georgia State University. January 30th, 2015.
  • Bremen University (Germany). January 15, 2015.
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government. December 15, 2014.
  • Colorado State Sociology. April 23, 2014.
  • University of California-Irvine. Annual Graduate Student Invited Speaker. April 7, 2014.
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison. Annual IRP New Perspectives Lecture. March 27, 2014.
  • National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide (Rwanda). “Foundations of Research Methodology.” With Hollie Nyseth Brehm.  March 14, 2014.
  • University of South Carolina. Annual Bruce Mayhew lecture. March 19, 2014.
  • New York University. February 12, 2014.
  • University of North Carolina. "From Petty Crimes to Epic Records: Crime, Punishment, and American Inequality." October 23, 2013.
  • White House. “Parental Incarceration in the United States.” August 20, 2013.
  • Queens University (Belfast) ICCJ Annual Lecture. “Public Criminology and Civic Reintegration.” May 21, 2013.
  • Minnesota Justice Forum, University of Minnesota Law School. October 19, 2012.
  • Mindstretch, McLean Seminar. May 9, 2012.
  • Rutgers University. “Race, Place, and Punishment, 1948-2010.” February 29, 2012.
  • Big 10 Law Enforcement Directors Conference, “Prisoner Reintegration and the College Campus.” Minneapolis. December 5, 2011.
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “Growth in the U.S. Ex-Felon and Ex-Prisoner Population, 1948 to 2010 – and Some Early Evidence on Health Effects.” October 13, 2011.
  • Princeton University, “Growth in the U.S. Ex-Felon and Ex-Prisoner Population, 1948 to 2010.” October 12, 2011.
  • National Institute of Justice. “Transitions from Juvenile to Adult Crime.” Washington. June 20, 2011.
  • National Science Foundation. “The Future of Law and Social Science.” Chicago. May 25, 2011.
  • University of Northern Iowa. “Felon Voting and Game-Changing Social Science.” [College-wide keynote address]. Cedar Falls. April 9, 2011.
  • Cornell University (PAM),“Sex and Stigma: Experiments and Observations on Discrimination and Harassment.” February 16, 2010.
  • University of Georgia, “The Price and Promise of Justice Reform.” January 29, 2010.
  • Graterford (PA) Prison, “Collective Transformation: Building Just Communities from the Inside Out.” November 3, 2009
  • Cornell University, Netter Conference. “Race, Criminal Records, and Employment.” October 9, 2009.
  • Princeton University, “The Price and Promise of Justice Reform.” September 21, 2009.
  • National Civic Summit, July 16, 2009
  • Minnesota Senate, Elections Committee, February 27, 2009.
  • Indiana University, “Public Criminologies and Social Research.” January 22, 2009 [keynote].
  • Ohio State University, “Entries, Exits, and Public Criminologies.” October 24, 2008.
  • Harvard University, “Exits, Entries, and Public Criminologies.” May 14, 2008
  • University of California – Irvine, “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” January 15, 2008
  • Minnesota legislature reentry working group, “Employment and Crime,” October 27, 2007.
  • Stanford University, “Incarceration and Poverty,” Debate with Larry Bobo. May 11, 2007.
  • Cornell University. “A Survey and Analysis of Programs for Inmate Fathers: Basic Questions and Future Directions.” Ithaca. April 14, 2007.
  • Stanford University, “Half my Exes are Successes.” Stanford. April 11, 2007.
  • University of Chicago, “Public Criminologies.” Chicago. October 27, 2006.
  • John Jay College, “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” New York. June 16, 2006.
  • Demos, “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” New York. May 18, 2006.
  • National Coalition on Violence Research, “Subjective Desistance in the Transition to Adulthood.” Washington, DC. May 4, 2006.
  • Pennsylvania State University, “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” State College. April 28, 2006.
  • University of Pennsylvania, “Felon Disenfranchisement and Civic Reintegration.” Philadelphia. April 27, 2006.
  • Washington State University, “Felon Disenfranchisement,” October 21, 2005.
  • Macalester College, “Felon Disenfranchisement,” October 18, 2005.
  • HIRED, St. Paul. “Work, Crime, and Adulthood.” July 5, 2005.
  • University of Maryland. Economics of Crime and Justice Policy Series. “Desistance from Crime and the Transition to Adulthood.” College Park. March 16, 2005.
  • University of Wisconsin Department of Sociology. “Public Criminologies and the Life Course.” Madison. December 17, 2004.
  • Princeton University Department of Sociology. “Public Criminologies - Crime and the Transition to Adulthood.” December 6, 2004.
  • “Illegal Earnings Imperatives” and “Sexual Harassment and Legal Consciousness.” University of California, Davis. Davis. November 4-5, 2004.
  • Northwestern University Department of Sociology and law school. October 14, 2004.
  • Cornell University Center for the Study of Inequality. “Race and Felon Disenfranchisement.” Ithaca. September 10, 2004.
  • Duke University Department of Sociology. “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” September 3, 2004.
  • Ohio State University Department of Sociology Inequality Symposium. “Race and Felon Disenfranchisement.” Columbus. July 22, 2004.
  • University of Michigan National Poverty Center. Ann Arbor. “Crime, Punishment, and Poverty.” [with Darren Wheelock] June 11, 2004.
  • “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” North Carolina State University Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Raleigh. March 26, 2004.
  • University of California, Berkeley Department of Sociology. “Public Criminologies.” Berkeley. March 18, 2004.
  • National Consortium on Violence Research Roundtable on Reentry of Prisoners to Society. “Prisoner Reentry” panel discussion. Pittsburgh. December 15, 2003.
  • “Civic Reinvestment” panel discussion. The Brooklyn Prisoner Reentry Conference. Brooklyn. December 1, 2003.
  • New York University Law School. “Voting and Subsequent Crime and Arrest: Evidence from a Community Sample.” [with Jeff Manza] New York. October 10, 2003.
  • University of Iowa Department of Sociology. “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” Iowa City. May 2, 2003.
  • Columbia University. “Ballot Manipulation and the ‘Menace of Negro Domination’: Racial Threat and Felon Disfranchisement.” New York. April 11, 2003.
  • University at Buffalo Law School. “Perspectives on Civil Disabilities: Felon Disfranchisement.” Buffalo. October 18, 2002.
  • National Symposium on Felony Disfranchisement. “Political Impact of Felon Disfranchisement.” Washington, D.C. September 30, 2002.
  • U.S.-Japan Foundation. “America’s Criminal Class in Perspective.” Seattle. August 17, 2002.
  • Demos Election Reform Spotlight on Voting Rights. “Political Consequences of Felon Disfranchisement.” Atlanta. June 14, 2002.
  • University of Washington Department of Sociology. “Felon Disfranchisement and the Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders.” Seattle. April 11, 2002.
  • Urban Institute. “Barriers to Democratic Participation.” Washington D.C. March 20, 2002.
  • Russell Sage Foundation. “Labor Market Effects of Employer Access to Criminal History Records.” New York. [with Shawn Bushway] March 9, 2001.
  • University of Wisconsin Department of Sociology. “The Socioeconomic and Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders.” Madison. February 9, 2001.
  • Economic Policy Institute. “Work as a Turning Point for Released Offenders.” United States Capitol, Washington, D.C., December 6, 2000.
  • National Institute of Justice working group. “Crime and Labor Markets.” Washington, D.C., 1999.

DIDACTIC SEMINARS

  • Foundations of Research Methodology.” Half-day seminar for  National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide (Rwanda). [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm].  March 14, 2014.
  • “Writing for a Public Audience.” Midwest Sociological Society Mtgs. Chicago [with Letta Page]. March 29, 2013
  •  “Designing Research to Answer Criminal Justice Questions.” Half-day seminar for Bureau of Justice Statistics Justice Research Statistics Association. Minneapolis. [with Barbara McMorris] October 31, 2000.

PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (SINCE 2010)

    • “Before and After Ban the Box: Employer Responses in Minnesota.” [with Lesley Schneider, Mike Vuolo, and Sarah Lageson]. Am. Society of Crim. November 16, 2016.
    • “The Impact and Legacy of the Obama Presidency for Crime and Justice.” Am. Society of Crim. November 17, 2016.
    • “A Modified Experimental Audit of Criminal Records and College Admissions.” [with Robert Stewart]. Am. Society of Crim. November 17, 2016.
    • “Work and Crime: A Casual Treatment Effects Survival Model.” [with Jun Hwang, Ross Matsueda, Elena Erosheva]. Am. Society of Crim. November 18, 2016.
    • “A Competing Risk Analysis of Immigrant Detention and Case Outcomes.” [with Ryan Larson] Am. Society of Crim. November 18, 2016.
    • “The Obama Presidency.” Am. Sociological Association. August 21, 2016.
    • “Engaging the Media and Public with Academic Research.”Am. Sociological Association. August 20, 2016.
    • Who Belongs, Who Doesn't - Law, Citizenship and Political Economy in the 21st Century.” Law & Society Mtgs. New Orleans.  June 4, 2016.
    • “We are Judges Now”: The Elected Lay Jurists of Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. Law & Society Mtgs. New Orleans. June 4, 2016.

    • “The Obama Presidency.” Am. Sociological Association. August 21, 2016.

    • “Engaging the Media and Public with Academic Research.” August 20, 2016.

    • “The Case for Commutation” [with Veronica Horowitz]. Am. Society of Crim. November 19th, 2015.

    • “Connecting Punitive and Restorative Responses to Genocide with Long-Term Crime Patterns” [with Lindsay Blahnik and Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. Am. Society of Crim. November 20th, 2015.
    • “Estimating the Crime Effects of Criminal Record Clearing” [with Charles Loeffler, Jens Ludwig, and Jason Schnittker] Am. Society of Crim. November 21st, 2015.
    • “Mercy and Commutation in the Mass Incarceration Era” [with Veronica Horowitz]. American Sociological Association. August 24th, 2015.
    • “Accounting for Actions: Techniques of Neutralization and the Maintenance of Identity Among Perpetrators of Genocide” [with Emily Phillipp and Emily Schulz]. American Sociological Association, August 24th, 2015.
    • “Appealing Genocide Convictions in Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts” Law and Society Association. May 30thth, 2015.
    • “The Return of the Medical Model? The Explosion of Healthcare Spending in U.S. Prisons and Jails” Law and Society Association. May 28th, 2015.
    • “Age, Sex, and the Crime of Genocide” [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm and Jean-Damascene Gasanabo]. Population Association of America. April 30th, 2015.
    • “Social Science and Public Engagement” [with Kevin Leicht and Theda Skocpol]. Midwest Sociological Society. March 28th, 2015.
    • “Punishing Mass Atrocity Crimes: The Case of Rwanda.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. November 21, 2014.
    • “Criminological Research Past and Present.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. November 20, 2014.
    • “How Do Employers Ask about Criminal Records on Entry-Level Job Applications.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. [with Mike Vuolo and Sarah Lageson]. November 19, 2014.
    • “The Increasing Stickiness of Public Labels.” Desistance – Sketching the Future: An International Conference. Sheffield. September 16, 2014.
    • “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” Am. Sociological Assn. San Francisco. [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. August 17, 2014.
    • “Accounting for Actions: Techniques of Neutralization, Identity Maintenance, and Narrative Construction in the Rwandan Genocide.” Am. Sociological Assn. San Francisco. [with Emily Philipp and Emily Schulz]. August 16, 2014.
    • “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” International Assn. Of Genocide Scholars. Winnipeg. [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm and Jean-Damascene Gasanabo]. July 19, 2014.
    • “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” Law and Society Assn. Minneapolis. [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. May 30, 2014.
    • “Estimating the Labor Market Effects of Criminal Record Clearing: Evidence from a Legal Aid Help Desk.” [with Charles Loeffler, Jens O. Ludwig, Jason Schnittker]. Am. Society of Crim. Atlanta. November 21, 2013.
    • “Before and After Genocide: State Capacity, Complicity, and Control.” [with Suzy McElrath and Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. Am. Society of Crim. Atlanta. November 21, 2013.
    • “Visualizing Punishment and the Crime Drop.” [with Suzy McElrath and Sarah Shannon]. Am. Society of Crim. Atlanta. November 22, 2013.
    • “Statistical Power in Experimental Audit Studies: Cautions and Calculations for Paired Tests with Dichotomous Outcomes.” [with Michael Vuolo and Sarah Lageson]. Am. Society of Crim. Atlanta. November 22, 2013.
    •  “Social Consequences of Punishment and Incarceration.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. New York. [with Jason Schnittker] August 11, 2013.
    • “Minor Crimes, Epic Records, and Inequalities in Employment and Health.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. New York. August 10, 2013.
    • “New Media and Sociology.” Society for the Study of Social Problems. New York. August 9, 2013.
    • “Writing for a Public Audience.” Midwest Sociological Society Mtgs. Chicago [with Letta Page]. March 29, 2013.
    • “A New Crime Control Era in the Juvenile Justice System.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Chicago [with Shelly Schaefer]. November 16, 2012.
    • “The Contingent Effect of Incarceration on State Health Outcomes.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Chicago [with Jason Schnittker, Mike Massoglia, and Sarah Shannon]. November 16, 2012.
    • “Genocide and the Age Distribution of Crime” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Chicago [with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. November 14, 2012.
    • “Alternative Approaches to Punishment” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Denver. August 18, 2012.
    • “Disentangling the Effects of Different Forms of Volunteering on Subsequent Arrest.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Denver. [with Brianna Remster and Michael Massoglia]. August 18, 2012.
    • “Theory, Policy, and Public Criminologies.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Denver. [with Michelle Inderbitzin]. August 17, 2012.
    • “The Growth, Scope, and Consequences of America's Criminal Class, 1948–2010.” Am. Academy for the Advancement of Science Mtgs. February 18, 2012.
    • “Race, Place, and Punishment, 1948-2010 -- With Some Early Evidence on Health Effects.” Rutgers University. February 29, 2012.
    •  “Discrimination and Mental Health.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Washington [with Heather McLaughlin and Jessica Molina]. November 18, 2011.
    • “Discrimination, Strain, and Violence.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Washington [with Jessica Molina and Heather McLaughlin]. November 17, 2011.
    • “Gender Equality and the Great Rape Decline.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. Washington [with Suzy Maves McElrath. November 17, 2011.
    • “Music and Drugs: Evidence from Three Analytical Levels.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Las Vegas. [with Mike Vuolo and Sarah Lageson]. August 20, 2011.
    • “Does Context Matter? Disentangling the Effects of Different Forms of Volunteering on Subsequent Arrest.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Las Vegas. [with Brianna Remster and Michael Massoglia]. August 23, 2011.
    • “Growth in the U.S. Ex-Felon and Ex-Prisoner Population, 1948-2010.” Pop. Assn. of Am. Mtgs. Washington. [with Sarah Shannon, Jason Schnittker, and Melissa Thompson]. April 1, 2011.
    • “The Effects of Incarceration on Psychiatric Disorders and Disability.” Pop. Assn. of Am. Mtgs. Washington. [with Jason Schnittker and Michael Massoglia]. April 1, 2011.
    • “Employer Decisions Regarding Criminal Records: A Comparison of Self-Reported and Observed Behavior.” Am. Society of Crim. Mtgs. San Francisco [with Sarah Lageson and Mike Vuolo]. November 18, 2010.
    • “Departmental Program Reviews.” Sociologists of Minnesota. Red Wing. October 1, 2010.
    • “The Political Sociology of Poverty, Participation, and Citizenship.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Atlanta. August 17, 2010.
    •  “A Basic Work Opportunity Reduces Crime – But not Drug Use.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Atlanta [with Sarah Shannon]. August 15, 2010.
    • “Citizenship in the Era of Mass Incarceration.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. Atlanta. August 15, 2010.
    • “Employment and Exile: U.S. Criminal Deportations, 1908-2005.” Law & Society Mtgs. Chicago [with Ryan King and Mike Massoglia]. May 30, 2010.

    OTHER ACTIVITIES AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (SINCE 2010)
    • Presider, “New Applications and Controversies in Survival and Trajectory Models.” Am. Society of Crim. New Orleans. November 16, 2016.
    • Discussant, “Criminology and Media – Getting the Story Out.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. November 21, 2014.
    • Author Meets Critic Session, “The Punishment Imperative: The Rise and Failure of Mass Incarceration in America.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. November 20, 2014.
    • Chair, “Policy Panel: Felon Disenfranchisement.” Am. Society of Crim. San Francisco. November 20, 2014.
    • Chair, “Section on Crime, Law, and Deviance Council and Business Meeting.” Am. Sociological Assn. San Francisco. August 18, 2014.
    • Author Meets Reader Session, “The Modern Prison Paradox: Politics, Punishment, and Social Community.” Law and Society Assn. Minneapolis. May 30, 2014
    • Organizer and Presider. “Author Meets Critics.” Am. Soc. Of Criminology Mtgs. Atlanta, 2013.
    • Organizer and Presider, “From Crime to Punishment.” Am. Sociological Assn. Mtgs. New York 2013.
    • Discussant, “Employment and Change in Criminal Behavior.” Am. Soc. Of Criminology Mtgs. San Francisco, 2010.
  • RECENT MINNESOTA PRESENTATIONS

    • Center for Study of Politics and Governance. “Get Smart on Crime.” December 10, 2014
    • Minnesota Population Center. “Petty Crimes and Epic Records.” February 17, 2014.
    • Humphrey Forum. "How America's Public Safety System Hurts our Democracy." April 30, 2013.
    • Law School. Minnesota Justice Form. “Race, Place, Punishment, and Impacts.” October 18, 2011.
    • Carlson School of Business. “Sexual Harassment and Workplace Authority.” April 2, 2010
    • Department of English. “The Engaged Department.” October 19, 2009
    • Distinguished Faculty Luncheon. “Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.” February 11, 2009.
    • Featured speaker. “Silenced Voices: the constitutionality and legality of felon disenfranchisement provisions.” Law School. January 28, 2006.
    • Voting rights panelist. “Bringing Human Rights Back Home.” Law School. December 9, 2005.
    • “Sexual Harassment and Legal Consciousness.” Sociology. January 20, 2004.
    • “Political Impact of America’s Criminal Class.” Elder Learning Institute. May 6, 2003.
    • “Political Consequences of Felony Disfranchisement Laws.” Sociology. March 2, 2001.
    • “Sexual Harassment in the Transition to Adulthood.” Life Course Center. December 1, 2000.
    • Discussant for Governor Arne Carlson, Life Course Center. 1999.
    • Faculty speaker for “Campus Preview Days” (1998; 1999; 2001; 2004)

    TEACHING

    COURSES TAUGHT AND EVALUATION SCORES

    Course Information

    Evaluation Scores on 1-6 Scale (2008-present)

     Course number and name

     Term

    Well-prepared

    Presented clearly

    Provided feedback

    Treat w/ Respect

    4141-Delinquency

    Spring 08

    5.9

    5.8

    5.7

    6.0

    8090-Contexts seminar Fall 08 5.8 5.9 5.7 5.9
    8090 Spring 09 5.7 5.6 5.7 5.7
    8090 Fall 10 5.8 6.0 6.0 6.0
    4111-Deviance Spring 10 5.9 5.7 5.6 5.9
    8090 Spring 10 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
    8090 Fall 10 5.9 5.7 5.1 6.0
    8111-Criminology Spring 11 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
    8090 Spring 11 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
    4111-Deviance Spring 12 5.9 5.6 5.4 5.8
    8890-Event & panel models Spring 13 5.9 5.6 5.9 6.0
    4111-Deviance Spring 13 5.9 5.6 5.7 5.9

    4141-Delinquency

    Fall 13

    5.8

    5.4

    5.3

    5.8

    4141-H Honors Delinquency Fall 13 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
    8111- Criminology Fall 13 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
    4977-Honors Prosem Fall 14 5.7 5.5 5.8 5.9
    4111-Deviance Fall 14 6.0 5.8 5.7 6.0
    4977-Honors Prosem Spring 15 5.8 5.5 6.0 6.0
    8090-TSP Topics Fall 15 5.8 5.6 5.6 5.8
    4141-Delinquency Spring 16 6.0 5.7 5.6 5.9
    8090-TSP Topics Spring 16 5.9 5.6 5.7 6.0
    Uggen's mean (2008-now)   5.9 5.8 5.7 5.9
    Dept. mean (current)   5.6 5.4 5.2 5.7

    Course Information
    Evaluation Scores on 1-7 Scale (1996-2007)
     Course number and name
     Term
    Overall
    teaching
    Knowledge
    of subject
    Respect &
    concern
    Amount
    learned
    5141-Juvenile Delinquency Winter 96 6.1 6.3 6.5 5.7
    5966-Senior Projects Spring 96 6.0 6.4 6.5 5.9
    5966-Senior Projects Fall 96 6.6 6.7 6.5 5.9
    3801-Descriptive Statistics Fall 96 5.9 6.3 6.4 5.7
    3802-Inferential Statistics Winter 97 6.0 6.6 6.3 5.3
    5141-Juvenile Delinquency Winter 97 5.7 6.2 5.6 5.2
    3801-Descriptive Statistics Winter 98 6.2 6.5 6.5 5.8
    5141-Juvenile Delinquency Winter 98 5.9 6.4 6.4 5.8
    5960-Topics (Work/Crime) Spring 98 6.3 6.4 6.7 4.7
    3802-Inferential Statistics Spring 98 6.2 6.6 6.6 5.9
    3801-Descriptive Statistics Winter 99 5.8 6.4 6.5 5.5
    3802-Inferential Statistics Spring 99 5.9 6.4 6.1 5.6
    8105-Crime Policy Seminar Spring 99 6.6 6.8 6.4 5.9
    4141-Juvenile Delinquency Fall 99 6.0 6.4 6.5 5.5
    3991-Jr. Honors Seminar Spring 00 6.3 6.9 6.7 6.3
    3811-Social Statistics Spring 00 6.1 6.6 6.4 5.0
    4977-Sr. Honors Seminar I Fall 00 6.6 6.9 6.9 6.2
    4978-Sr. Honors Seminar II Spring 01 6.7 6.7 6.9 6.7
    4141-Juvenile Delinquency Spring 02 6.2 6.5 6.5 5.8
            Sabbatical Year Fall 02-03
    sabbatical year
    4111-Deviance Spring 04 6.6 6.9 6.8 6.2
    4141-Juvenile Delinquency Spring 04 6.5 6.9 6.8 6.0
    8001-Soc. as a Profession Fall 04 6.8 6.8 7.0 5.8
    4141-Juvenile Delinquency Spring 05 6.4 6.7 6.6 6.0
    8111-Criminology Spring 05 6.6 7.0 6.7 6.3
    8001-Soc. as a Profession Spring 05 6.8 6.9 7.0 6.4
    4111-Deviance Fall 05 6.6 6.9 6.8 6.1
    8001-Soc. as a Profession Fall 05 6.9 6.9 6.7 6.3
    8001-Soc. as a Profession Spring 06 6.8 7.0 6.8 6.2
    4111-Deviance Fall 06 6.7 6.9 6.9 6.2
    4141-Delinquency Spring 07 6.4 6.7 6.7 5.7
    Uggen’s mean (1996-2007)   6.3 6.7 6.6 5.9
    Dept. mean (1994-2005) 5.9 6.5 6.2 5.5


    TEACHING HONORS AND AWARDS

    • 2014 Peterson-Krivo Mentoring Award, American Sociological Assn. (CLD Section)
    • 2011 Faculty Mentor Award, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology
    • 2010 Small grant, Office of Vice President for Research. “Working with IRB: A Discussion for Social Scientists.” $3,380.
    • 2007 Ten Year Certificate of Appreciation, TRIO Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program
    • 2004 Sociological Education Award, Sociologists of Minnesota
    • 2001 Outstanding Faculty Award, Mortar Board National Honor Society (for superior dedication to undergraduate research)
    • 1999 College Nominee, Morse Alumni University Teaching Award
    • 1999 Student Board Nominee, College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award
    • 1998 Faculty Mentor Award, University of Minnesota Department of Sociology

    OTHER TEACHING INTERESTS

    Stratification and Inequality, Sociology of Law, Methods and Statistics

    ADVISING

    GRADUATE ADVISING

    • Sarah Lageson (2015 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., Rutgers University
    • Sarah Shannon (2013 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., University of Georgia
    • Heather McLaughlin (2013 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., Oklahoma State University
    • Jesse Wozniak (2012 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., West Virginia University
    • Shelly Schaefer (2011 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., Hamline University
    • Julie Barrows (2010 Ph.D. Advisor), Federal Agent
    • Michael Vuolo (2009 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., Ohio State
    • Heather Hlavka (2008 Ph.D. Co-Advisor), Associate Prof., Marquette University
    • Sara Wakefield (2007 Ph.D. Advisor), Associate Prof., Rutgers
    • Andrew Odubote (2006 Ph.D. Advisor), Assistant Prof., Bethel University
    • Darren Wheelock (2006 Ph.D. Co-Advisor), Associate Prof., Marquette University
    • Kristin Carbone-Lopez (2006 Ph.D. committee), Associate Prof., University of Missouri-St. Louis
    • Michael Massoglia (2005 Ph.D. Advisor), Professor, University of Wisconsin
    • Jeremy Staff (2004 Ph.D. Co-Advisor), Professor, Pennsylvania State University
    • Melissa Thompson (2003 Ph.D. Co-Advisor), Associate Prof., Portland State University
    • Rob Stewart (Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Suzy McElrath (Ph.D. Co-Advisor)
    • Ryan Larson (Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Jessica Molina Cuthbert (Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Stephen Wulff (Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Amber Powell (Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Veronica Horowitz (Ph.D. Co-Advisor)
    • Synøve Nygaard Andersen (Ph.D. committee, University of Oslo)
    • Marie Wu (Ph.D. committee)
    • Emre Eftelioglu (Ph.D. committee, Computer Science)
    • Gui Deng Say (Ph.D. committee, Management)
    • Tina Barr (Sims) (Ph.D. Committee, Social Work)
    • Erez Garnai (Initial Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Sarah Walker (Initial Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Ebony Ruhland (2016 Ph.D. committee, Social Work), Assistant Prof., University of Cincinnati
    • Valerio Baćak (2015 Ph.D. committee, University of Pennsylvania), Assistant Prof., Rutgers
    • Hollie Nyseth Brehm (2014 Ph.D. committee), Assistant Prof., Ohio State University
    • Andrew Johnson (2012 Ph.D. committee chair), post-doc, Princeton University
    • Gina Erickson (2011 Ph.D. committee chair), Asst. Prof., Hamline University
    • Pao Lee Vue (2009, Ph.D. committee), Associate Prof., St. John Fisher College
    • Jennifer C. Lee (2007 Ph.D. committee), Associate Prof., Indiana University
    • Amy Blackstone (2003 Ph.D. Co-Investigator), Professor, University of Maine
    • Deborah Eckberg (2001 Ph.D. committee), Associate Prof., Metropolitan State University
    • Ann Beutel (1997 Ph.D. committee), Associate Prof., University of Oklahoma
    • Arturo Baiocchi (Ph.D. committee), Assistant Professor, Sacramento State University
    • Jeanette Hussemann (Ph.D. committee chair), Urban Institute
    • Virginia Lane (Ph.D. committee)
    • Cindy Crimmins (Ph.D. committee)
    • Kenneth Wu Hopkins (Ph.D. committee)
    • Lisette Haro (Initial Ph.D. Advisor)
    • Donna Cernohous (M.A. Thesis committee)
    • Kelly Shelton (M.A. Thesis committee)
    • Glenna Siekert (M.A. Thesis committee)
    • Jim Zaffiro (M.A. Thesis committee)
    • Valentine Namakula (Advisor to Humphrey International Fellow)
    • Leon Dundas (Advisor to Humphrey International Fellow)
    • Rebecca Colwell (Geography, M.S. Thesis committee)
    • Kristin Gallagher (Industrial Relations, M.A. Thesis committee)
    • Amir Ijaz (Industrial Relations, M.A. Thesis committee)

    GRADUATE RESEARCH SUPERVISION AND INDEPENDENT READINGS

    Sarah Lageson, Sociology, 2012 (experiments)
    • Sarah Shannon, Social Work, 2006 (criminology)
    • Shelly Schaefer, Sociology, 2005
    • Sarah Walker, Political Science, 2005
    • Valentine Namakula, Advisor to Humphrey International Fellow, 2004-2005
    • Rebecca Colwell, Spring 2004
    • Leon Dundas, Advisor to Humphrey International Fellow, 2003-2004
    • Sara Wakefield, Fall 2003
    • Darren Wheelock, Summer 2003
    • Amy Blackstone, Summer 2001
    • Jeremy Staff, Summer 2002
    • Julie Barrows, Summer 2000
    • Lori Schabo-Grabowski, Winter 1999 and Fall 1998
    • Andrew Odubote, Spring and Summer 1998
    • Anne Hoffman, Winter 1997
    • Alexandra Goulding, Winter 1996
    • Jaime Lugo (Geography), Winter 1996

    UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

    • Molly Matteson (2015-2016 directed study senior project)
    • Taylor Day (2015-2016 senior honors project)
    • Lesley Schneider (2015-2016 senior honors project)
    • Anja Eichinger (2013-2014 senior project directed study)
    • Emily Schulz (2012-2013, senior project directed study)
    • Tonja Shudy (2013 senior projects directed study)
    • Saydie White (2013 senior project directed study)
    • Taylor Day (2013 directed study)
    • Aly Scrignoli (2013 directed study)
    • Kevin Vanek (2013 directed study)
    • Yuting Wu (2013 directed study)
    • Joua Yang (2013 directed study)
    • Amber Kraemer (2012-2013 honors thesis committee)
    • Charissa Jones, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2011
    • Nate Gibbs, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2010
    • Shanicia Goston and Chantel Johnson, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2009
    • Lindsey Merritt, Undergraduate research opportunity project, 2009
    • Janelle Rainwater and Jessica Molina, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2008
    • Claudio Perez and Jessica Molina, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2007
    • Hayley Castro, Multicultural summer research opportunities program advisor, 2007
    • Shannon Ryan, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2006
    • Heather Anderson, Aubrie Beske, Tanisha Jones, Kimberly Gardner, Rick Kreyer, Trumaine Lindsey, Jr., Independent research, 2006
    • Elisabeth Wells, Heather Leyse, Kimberly Gardner, Trumaine Lindsey, Jr., Maurice Solarin, Independent Research 2005-2006
    • Jessica Gonzalez, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2005
    • Sarah Davis, Adam Basil, Moua Xiong, Independent Research 2004
    • Pamela Parnell, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2004
    • Amanda Allen, Sean Elder, Gina Kubits, and Danielle Saracino, Independent research, 2004
    • Julie Korts, Corey Boyer, Chris Hogg, and Marsha Skalsky, Independent research, 2003
    • Justine Jones, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2003
    • Angela Behrens, Undergraduate research opportunity project, 2002 (published in American Journal of Sociology)
    • Ebony Ruhland, McNair fellowship faculty advisor; senior project, 2002-3
    • Kanika (Vic) Nhul, 2002-2003, President’s distinguished faculty mentor program
    • Danielle Riester, Independent research, 2002
    • Michelle Lopez, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2001
    • Stephanie Miller, MacArthur honors program faculty advisor, 2001
    • Brian Duginske, Undergraduate research opportunity project, 2001
    • Les Andrist, Megan Carollo, Kelly Healey, Eric Hedberg, Martin Lloyd, and Ann Hewitt, Independent research, 2000
    • Keia Johnson, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 2000
    • Janna Cheney, Honors project reader, 2000
    • Shushanie Isaacson, Honors project reader, 1999 (ASA Sociology of Law section undergraduate award winner, college award nominee)
    • Ryan King, Mark Fredkove, Honors project reader, 1999
    • Molly Koscianski, Sara Miller, Michael Johnson, Michael Steiner, and Kelly Simons, Independent research, 1999
    • Miriam Rea and Sindy Lopez, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 1999
    • Jessica Huiras, UROP research, 1999 (published in Sociological Quarterly)
    • Sara Peterson, Individualized major reader, 1998-99
    • Seema Gundgavi, 1997-1999, president’s distinguished faculty mentor program
    • Shani Greene, McNair fellowship faculty advisor, 1998
    • Sara Wakefield, Undergraduate research opportunity project, 1998 (published in Sociological Inquiry)
    • Jeremy Blackowicz, Greg Gentz, and Sara Wakefield, Honors project reader, 1998
    • Melissa Buffalo, 1998-2000, president’s distinguished faculty mentor program
    • Christopher Page and Bridget Cleary, Independent research, 1997
    • Jennifer Halko, Undergraduate research opportunity project, 1997 (published in Social Forces)
    • Chikako Sato, Kimberly Lemcke, Tina Platt, Independent research, 1997
    • Rachel Greene, Tami Lin Grimmer, Andrea Andrews, Independent research, 1996
    • Humara Ali, Individualized major reader, 1996
    • Jennifer Holden and Jody Matteson, SPAN research project, 1996-8
    • James Warren, Honors project reader, 1996
    • Carolyn Murphy, Senior project and independent study, 1995-96

    OTHER MENTORING

    • Kanika (Vic) Nhul, 2002-2003
    • Melissa Buffalo, 1998-2000
    • Seema Gundgavi, 1997-1999

    SERVICE

    MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

    PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES

    • Vice President, American Sociological Association, 2017-2018
    • Fellows Selection Committee, American Society of Criminology, 2016-2017
    • Membership Committee, ASA Section on Crime, Law, and Deviance, 2015-2016
    • Chair, ASA Section on Crime, Law, and Deviance, 2014-2015
    • Nominations Committee, ASA Section on Crime, Law and Deviance, 2010-2011
    • Publications Committee, Am. Sociological Assn., 2007-2010
    • Executive Secretary and Executive Board Member, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 2003-2009
    • Chair, New Article Award Committee, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 2004
    • A.J. Reiss Distinguished Scholar Award Committee, Am. Sociological Assn. Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, 2002-2003
    • Ruth Shonle Cavan Award Committee, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 2002-2003
    • Candidate for Council, Am. Sociological Assn. Sociology of Law Section, 2002
    • Life Course Division Chair, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 2001
    • National Policy Committee, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 1998-1999
    • Chair, Graduate Student Prize Committee, Am. Sociological Assn., 1997
    • Sociology of Law Section Graduate Student Paper Award Committee, Am. Sociological Assn., 1996
    • Undergraduate Award Committee, Midwest Sociological Society, 1996

    EDITORSHIPS AND EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARDS

    • Editor and Publisher, TheSocietyPages.org (with Doug Hartmann)

    • Deputy Editor, Justice Quarterly, 2016-
    Editorial Board, American Sociological Review, 2011-2014
    • Editor, 2008-2011. American Sociological Association's Contexts (with Doug Hartmann).
    • Guest Editor, Criminology and Public Policy, 2008. The Effect of Criminal Background Checks on Hiring Ex-Offenders.
    • Guest Editor, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, February 2005
    • Associate Editor, Law and Society Review, 2003-2006
    • Editorial Board, Criminology, 2003-2006; 2006-2009
    • Editorial Board, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 2006-2009
    • Consulting Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 2001-2003
    • Editorial Board, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1996-1999
    • Student Advisory Board, American Sociological Review, 1992-1993

    PARTICIPATION (OF VARYING DEGREES) IN WORKING GROUPS

    • National Civic Summit, July 16, 2009
    • National Coalition on Violence Research (Presenter), 2003, 2006
    Macarthur Network on the Transition to Adulthood, 2001 -
    Russell Sage Foundation Mass Incarceration Working Group, 2000
    Urban Institute Reentry Roundtable, 2002 –

    ADVISORY ACTIVITIES, EXPERT TESTIMONY, AND OUTREACH

    • Board of Overseers, General Social Survey (GSS), National Opinion Research Center. 2016-2020.
    • Minnesota Department of Corrections Human Subjects Committee, 2009-2016
    • Webinar on felony voting rights and state-level changes, September 27, 2012.
    • Huffpost Live webinar on the New Jim Crow, September 1, 2012.
    • Minnesota Corrections Strategic Management and Operations Advisory Task Force, 2009-2010.
    • Minnesota Senate, “Felon Disenfranchisement,” February 27, 2009.
    • Voting Rights Forum with U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, October 6, 2008.
    • Minnesota legislature reentry working group, “Employment and Crime,” October 27, 2007.
    • Minnesota Supreme Court Racial Fairness Committee. “Felon disenfranchisement,” November 29, 2006.
    • Minnesota Senate, “Convicted felons civil rights and voting eligibility restoration,” Crime Prevention and Public Safety Committee, March 28, 2006.
    • Minnesota Senate, Elections Committee, March 20, 2006.
    • Johnson v. Bush, 2000-2004 (a federal class action lawsuit seeking to overturn an indefinite voting ban on ex-felons in Florida).
    • “Work as a Turning Point for Released Offenders.” Economic Policy Institute. United States Capitol, Washington, D.C., December 6, 2000.

    REVIEWS

    Grants: National Science Foundation, National Institute of Justice, TESS: Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences

    Journals: American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Criminology, Developmental Psychology, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, Law & Society Review, Social Forces, Social Problems, Social Science Research, Sociological Inquiry, Work and Occupations

    Books: Temple University Press, Roxbury Publishing

    Promotion and Tenure:University of Connecticut, 2003; North Carolina State University, 2005; University of Iowa, 2005; University of Washington, 2007; Indiana University, 2008;  Vanderbilt University, 2008; Ohio State University, 2008; Stanford University, 2008; University of Washington, 2008; University of Pennsylvania, 2009; Ohio State University, 2010; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2010; Pennsylvania State University, 2010; University of Washington, 2010; Rutgers, 2011; Northern Illinois University, 2011; University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2011; University of Massachusetts-Boston, 2011; University of Illinois, 2012; Yale, 2012; University of California-Irvine, 2013; University of California-Berkeley, 2013; Cornell University, 2014; University of California-Irvine 2014; Indiana University-Purdue 2015; University of Missouri-St. Louis 2015; Rutgers 2015; Rutgers-Newark 2015; Colorado State 2015; University of Maryland 2015; Penn State 2015; University of Colorado-Denver 2015; University of Massachusetts-Boston 2015; University of Washington 2015
    ; Temple 2016; Purdue 2016; Santa Clara 2016; Vanderbilt 2016

    Departmental External Reviews: Ohio State University (chair), 2009; University of Massachusetts-Boston, 2013; University of Colorado 2013


    UNIVERSITY SERVICE

    College of Liberal Arts

    • Aldous Award Committee (2015-2016)
    • CLA Engagement Committee (2014-2015)
    • Dean Search Committee (2013-2014)
    • Co-Chair, CLA 2015 Committee (2009-2010)
    • Orientation for new chairs (2008-2009, 2011-2012; 2012-2013)
    • Chairs, Executives, Deans, and Directors Committee (2006-2012)
    • Chair, Council of Chairs (2010-2011)
    • Chair-elect, Council of Chairs (2009-2010)
    • Council of Chairs Committee (2006-)
    • Geography Search Committee (2007-2008)
    • Political Science Personnel Committee (4 searches in 2005-2006)
    • Budget Affairs Committee (2003-2005)
    • Assembly (1997-1998; 2001-2003; 2003-2005)
    • Dean’s Recruiting Reception (2005)
    • Assembly Co-Chair (2003-2004)
    • Executive Committee (2003-2004)
    • Chairs, Executives, Deans, and Directors Committee (2003-2004)
    • Instructional Awards Committee (2001-2002)
    • Information Technology Committee (1998-2001)

    University

    • General Counsel Search Committee (2015-2016)
    • Executive Advisory Board, University Research Outreach Center (2015-)
    • Faculty Representative, Athletics Oversight Committee (2015-2016)
    • Vice Chair, Faculty Consultative Committee (2013-2014; 2014-2015)
    • All-University Tenure Committee (2013-2014)
    • Faculty Consultative Committee (elected for 2013-2016 term)
    • College representative on Dean’s Comprehensive Review (2013)
    • Research and Scholarly Advisory Panel (RSAP) (2012-2013)
    • Graduate Education Administrative Processes Work Group (2009-2010)
    • Promotion Workshops (2008-2009)
    • Graduate School Faculty Summer Research Committee (2003-2005)
    • Social Science Research Facility Advisory Committee (2003-present)
    • Web Course Tools Advisory Committee (1999-2001)
    • Campus Preview Days Invited speaker (1998; 1999; 2001)
    • President’s Distinguished Faculty Mentor Program (1995-present)
    • Commencement Representative (1995; 1999)

    DEPARTMENT SERVICE

    • Personnel Committee Chair (2004-2005; 2001-2002 (4 Searches); 2012-2013)
    • Executive Committee (elected) (2001-2002; 2003-2004; 2012-2016)
    • Department Chair (2006-2012; elected to two terms)
    • Life Course Center Advisory Board (2012-2015)
    • Associate Chair (2004-2006)
    • Personnel Committee (1995-1996; 2003-2004)
    • Graduate Admissions and Awards (1999-2000; 2000-2001; 2015-2016)
    • Qualifying Examination Committee (1998-1999)
    • Ethics/Grievance Committee (1996-1997)
    • Promotion, Tenure, and Salary Committee (1996-97; 1999-2000; 2016-2017)
    • Graduate Affairs Committee (1996-1998)
    • Life Course Center Advisory Committee (1998-)
    • Department representative at ASA (1999)

    COMMUNITY AND OUTREACH AFFILIATIONS

    • Executive Advisory Board, University Research Outreach Center (2015-)
    • Minnesota Department of Corrections Human Subjects Committee (2009-)
    • Minnesota Corrections Strategic Management and Operations Advisory Task Force (2009-2010)
    Sentencing Project (Washington, DC)
    Mexican American Legal Defense Fund (Los Angeles)
    • Wilhelm and Conlon/Safer Foundation (reentry programs) (Chicago)
    Council on Crime and Justice (Minneapolis)
    HIRED (Minneapolis)
    Demos (New York)
    Soros Foundation Open Society Institute (New York)
    Minnesota Department of Corrections
    Hennepin County (Minneapolis) Attorney's Office
    • Volunteers in Probation
    College for Kids
    Future Problem Solving

    MEDIA

    PRESS RELEASES AND BRIEFS

    SELECTED APPEARANCES

    • Minnesota Public Radio, December 21, 2016, sexual assault; November 25, 2015, criminal records; September 20, 2010, felon voting; May, 2010, crime rates; April 27, 2010, higher education; November 19, 2009, employment and recidivism; October 31, 2008; October 1, 2008, felon voting; Morning Edition, July 7, 2004, felon reenfranchisement; January 21, 2004: prisoner reentry; November 16, 2001, felon voting; Morning Edition, January 8, 2003, felon voting
    • Minneapolis Star-Tribune, December 20, 2016, sexual assault; January 30, 2015; October 20, 2012; November 8, 2010; May 21, 2008; January 30, 2007; December 31, 2005; June 5, 2005; June 13, 2004; April 1, 2004; October 15, 2003; May 30, 2001; May 8, 2000; September 17, 1998; November 15, 1995
    • PBS Newshour November 13, 2016
    • NJTV News, November 8, 2016, census; November 3, 2016, disenfranchisement
    • KTCA-TV, Almanac, November 4, 2016, July 15, 2016, December 11, 2015, gun violence; August 29, 2014, September 28, 2012, workplace violence;

    July 24, 2009, crime rates

    • Newsweek, October 24, 2016, October 11, 2004, interview with Sarah Childress
    • New York Times October 6, 2016, February 28, 2015, December 9, 2014, November 18, 2014, June 2, 2013 and July 15, 2012, link to SP felon voting report; New York Times Online - Freakonomics, October 16, 2008, modern outlaws; September 14, 2008, felon disenfranchisement;, September 17, 2004, research cited in op-ed; March 28, 2004, felon voting – Florida; The New York Times Magazine, December 13, 2003, “ideas issue”; December 29, 2002: ex-felons; May 15, 2001, felon voting; November 3, 2000, felon voting
    • Washington Post, October 7, 2016, March 31, 2016, December 2, 2015, felon partisanship;  February 23, 2015, September 17, 2014, August 20, 2014, Ferguson; January 11, 2013; July 29, 2012, link to felon voting report
    • Quartz, October 6, 2016
    • Elle, September 16, 2016
    • In These Times, September 12, 2016, August 10, 2004, former felons
    • New Yorker, August 18, 2016
    • BBC News, April 24, 2016, felon voting
    • The Atlantic, March 29, 2016, felon voting; January 7, 2014, felon voting; October 10, 2013, prisons and politics
    • New York Post, April 4, 2016, criminal class
    • Huffington Post, March 11, 2016, democracy; November 2, 2015, felon voting; May 28, 2013, felon turnout, September 1, 2012, drug convictions; July 12, 2012, felon voting;June 11, 2008, research cited
    • FactCheck.org, December 1, 2015, Ted Cruz statements
    • Salon.com, May 26th, 2015, mass incarceration; April 15th, 2015, felon disenfranchisement ;April 6, 2007, Florida disenfranchisement; Salon.com, October 19, 2006, felon disenfranchisement
    • Bloomberg, May 19, 2015
    • Newsmax, April 15, 2015
    • Slate, March 18, 2015, felon voting; June 23, 2014, felon voting; August 17, 2012, SP report; April 27, 2007
    • WCCO-TV News, December 19, 2013, sports and crime; June 5, 2013, cold-case investigations; August 6, 2012, trends in violent crime
    • Politifact, November 4, 2014; October 27, 2014; January 23, 2014
    • National Review Online ,February 12, 2014;October 18, 2004; January 8, 2004, felon voting;May 2, 2002, felon voting
    • Science Daily January 16, 2013, incarceration and mental health
    • Time Magazine, October 25, 2012, public opinion on felon voting; January 21, 2002, felon voting
    • Wall Street Journal, September 7, 2012, prison demographics; July 14, 2010, felon voting; November 11, 2009, criminal records;May 4, 2007, Florida disenfranchisement;September 8, 2006, felon disenfranchisement;September 2, 2006, felon disenfranchisement;March 7, 2005;August 12, 2004, former felons and election
    • The Guardian, July 13, 2012, felon voting;July 3, 2012, felon voting;February 10, 2011, felon voting
    • Reuters, October 24, 2012, felon voting
    • Royal Gazette (Bermuda), December 20, 2012, voting
    • Reason.com, September 20, 2012, kids and violence
    • NBCNEWS.com, September 10, 2012, felon voting
    • Human Resources Journal, August 29, 2012, sexual harassment
    • Philadelphia Inquirer, August 15, 2012, felon voting
    • Mother Jones – Political Mojo, July 13, 2012, felon voting
    • Daily Beast, July 12, 2012, felon voting
    • The Grio, July 12, 2012, felon voting
    • New Orleans Times Picayune, July 12, 2012, felon voting
    • ESPN-The Magazine, May 20, 2011, athletes and crime
    • Minnpost, September 20, 2010, felon voting
    • Fox News, July 12, 2010, felon voting; October 20, 2008, felon voting; February 2, 2004, felon voting;
    • Inside Higher Ed, June 18, 2010, criminology and sociology; June 23, 2008, criminology and sociology
    • The Right Focus On…, December 2009, criminal records (1-hour television panel)
    • Atlanta Journal Constitution, August 12, 2009, sexual harassment
    • MSN Health and Fitness, August 12, 2009, sexual harassment
    • US News & World Report Healthday, August 12, 2009, sexual harassment
    • Globe and Mail (Canada), August 11, 2009, sexual harassment
    • UPI.com, August 11, 2009 sexual harassment
    • Economic Times (India), August 10, 2009, sexual harassment
    • Times of India, August 9, 2009, sexual harassment
    • E! Science News, August 9, 2009, sexual harassment
    • Fox 9 News (Minneapolis), August 8, 2009, sexual harassment
    • Minnesota Daily, several appearances, December 8, 2014, November 24, 2008; November 23, 2008; February 19, 2008; February 14, 2008; February 13, 2008; November 1, 2007; February 6, 2006; January 17, 2006; April 7, 2004
    • The Economist, August 6, 2009, sex offenders; July 9, 2005, Iowa ex-felons;August 10, 2002, ex-felons as a criminal class
    • Fedgazette, March 2009, economy and crime
    • St. Paul Pioneer Press, March 1, 2009; February 28, 2009; May 30, 2007; November 14, 2005; January 1, 2005; April 18, 2004; March 28, 2004; January 1, 2004; January 4, 2004; January 9, 2003; January 3, 2003; November 6, 2002; October 30, 2002; April 17, 2002; February 12, 2002; December 30, 2001; December 18, 2001; July 15, 2001; May 30, 2001; April 23, 2001; December 19, 2000, May 17, 1998
    • The Seattle Times, June 24, 2008
    • Air America Radio’s Considering Faith, May 18, 2008, prisoner reintegration
    • Chicago Tribune, October 3, 2007, sexual harassment; October 29, 2004; (reprinted in Kansas City Star, Macon Telegraph, St. Paul Pioneer Press) July 20-28, 2004, felon voting – Florida
    • The Nation, August 27, 2007, research cited; November 24, 2003, interview with Rebecca Perl;
    • Footnotes, July/August, 2007, Contexts;  Footnotes, February 2003:felon voting
    • Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, June 2, 2007, research cited; July 23, 2005, building lives after prison; Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Lincoln Journal Star, Charleston Post and Courier, St. Louis Post-Dispatch September 17th, 2014 April 26-28, 2004, sexual harassment
    • ZNet, April 21, 2007, research cited; ZNet, March 4, 2007, research cited
    • New York Review of Books, April 12, 2007, Locked Out
    • USA Today, June 1, 2006, felon disenfranchisement
    • American Urban Radio (Kelsey Hill), May 16, 2006, Locked Out
    • USA Network/Daybreak (Al Lerner), May 8, 2006, Locked Out
    • Al Franken Show (Air America radio), April 4, 2006, felon voting
    • The New Standard, March 31, 2006, felon “poll tax”
    • The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 24, 2006, Locked Out
    • Associated Press (New York Newsday), June 21, 2005, sex offenders; March 2, 2005, interview with Malia Rulon
    • The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 21, 2005
    • The Washington Times, March 8, 2005; March 24, 2004, sexual harassment; The Washington Times, July 23, 2003, felon voting; The Washington Times, July 14, 2002, felon voting
    • Financial Times Deutschland (Germany), October 27, 2004
    • Village Voice, October 12, 2004; December 6-12 2000, election
    • National Public Radio, Day to Day, October 5, 2004, interview with Kathy Witkowsky; Sound Money, National Public Radio, May 22, 2004, sexual harassment; Whose Vote Counts?, National Public Radio affiliates(November 4, 2003; All Things Considered, National Public Radio, February 7, 2001, prison reentry
    • The Boston Globe, October 4, 2004, research cited in op-ed
    • Istoé Independente (Brazil), September 29, 2004, sexual harassment
    • KDXU radio (St. George, UT), The Donovan Report, September 22, 2004
    • WNWS radio (Jackson, TN), FYI, September 21, 2004, interview and callers
    • Taiwan News, September 20, 2004
    • Sacramento Bee, September 12, 2004
    • For the People (syndicated talk radio), September 7, 2004
    • KMOX radio (St. Louis, MO), August 30, 2004
    • Al Franken Show (syndicated talk radio), August 26, 2004, felon voting
    • The Wire, 2SER-FM Radio (Sydney, Australia), August 23, 2004, felon voting
    • The Bev Smith Show (syndicated talk radio), August 23, 2004, interview and callers
    • Make it Plain, XM-169 Radio, August 12, 2004, race and felon voting
    • Making Contact (syndicated radio), August 4, 2004, felon voting
    • Ohio Public Radio, July 23, 2004, felon voting - Ohio
    • BET.com, Black Entertainment Television, July 7, 2004, race and felon voting
    • San Francisco Chronicle, February 28, 2004, felon voting
    • The American Prospect, December 2003, employment and crime
    • Pravda, December 4, 2003, research cited on felon voting
    • Christian Science Monitor, September 25, 2003, public opinion on felons 
    • Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed), July 18, 2003, p. B15: ex-felon voting
    • Brisbane Courier-Mail (Australia), December 30, 2002: incarceration
    • KMSP-TV (Minneapolis), December 30, 2001, crime rates
    • Rolling Stone, August 20, 2001, felon voting
    • ABC-TV (World News Tonight), March 26, 2001, felon voting
    • The Independent, January 14, 2001: Noam Chomsky on 2000 election
    • National Law Journal, October 24, 2000, felon voting
    • National Post (Toronto, Canada), October 2, 2000, felon voting
    • Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service, May 8, 2000, crime rates

    PROFILES AND LONGER INTERVIEWS

    U News, June 22, 2016, "Christopher Uggen Named Regents Professor."
    Brief,
    October 2, 2012, “The Right to Vote.”
    Brief, November 17, 2010, “Profile of criminologist Chris Uggen.”
    The Rights Stuff
    , April 2009, “Providing a Second Chance.”
    Footnotes, July/August 2007, "Hartmann and Uggen are the New Editors of Contexts."
    Facets, Spring 2005, "Doing Justice to Criminals."
    CLA Today, Summer 2002, “Behrens and Uggen: From Questioning to Discovery.” Discussion of race and disenfranchisement collaboration.
    University of Minnesota Foundation 2002 Report, “Vote of Confidence.” Photo and brief profile.
    Sociology Faculty Research Activities, One-page bio in department brochure and website.

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