Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. 2018. Prisons and Health in the Age of Mass Incarceration. New York: Oxford University Press.
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.” 2017. Forthcoming 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’.” Forthcoming in Criminology & Public Policy.
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.
Christopher Uggen and Robert Stewart. 2015. “Piling On: Collateral Consequences and Community Supervision.” Forthcoming in Minnesota Law Review 99:1871-1910.
Mike Vuolo, Christopher Uggen, and Sarah Lageson. 2015. "Statistical Power in Experimental Audit Studies: Cautions and Calculations for Matched Tests with Nominal Outcomes." Forthcoming in Sociological Methods & Research. Early view online.
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 Health1:89-105.
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.
Wozniak and Christopher Uggen. 2009. “Real Men Use Non-Lethals:
Appeals to Masculinity in Marketing Police Weaponry." Feminist Criminology4:274-93.
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.
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.
Uggen. 2007. “Who We Punish: The Carceral State.” Social
Research 74: 467-469 and “Dirty Bombs and Garbage Cases.” Social Research 74: 707-711.
Massoglia and Christopher Uggen. 2007. “Subjective Desistance
and the Transition to Adulthood." Journal
of Contemporary Criminal Justice 23:90-103.
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.
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.
Manza and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Punishment and Democracy:
The Disenfranchisement of Nonincarcerated Felons in the United States.” Perspectives
on Politics 2:491-505.
Uggen and Amy
Blackstone. 2004. "Sexual Harassment as a Gendered Expression of
Sociological Review 69:64-92. [ASA
Brooks, and Christopher Uggen. 2004. “Public Attitudes toward
Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States.” Public
Opinion Quarterly 68:276-87.
Wakefield and Christopher Uggen. 2004. "The Declining Significance
of Race in Federal Civil Rights Law: The Social Structure of Employment
Discrimination Claims." Sociological
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.
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.
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 Review67:777-803. [ASA]
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
and Employment: Critical Issues in Crime Reduction for Corrections,
edited by Jessie L. Krienert and Mark S. Fleisher. Rowman and Littlefield.
and Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Alcohol and Employment in the Transition
to Adulthood." Journal
of Health and Social Behavior 41:276-94.
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
Society for Criminology Junior Scholar Article Prize.
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
Kruttschnitt, Christopher Uggen, and Kelly Shelton. 2000. "Predictors
of Desistance among Sex Offenders: The Interaction of Formal and Informal
Social Controls." Justice
Chambliss and Christopher Uggen. 2000. "Men and Women of Elite Law
Firms: Reevaluating Kanter's Legacy." Law
and Social Inquiry 25:41-68.
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
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
and Society Review32:401-28.
Reprinted 2000 in The
Termination of Criminal Careers, edited by Stephen Farrall.
2000. International Library of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Hampshire,
Christopher Uggen and Irving Piliavin.
1998. "Asymmetrical Causation and Criminal Desistance." Journal
of Criminal Law and Criminology88:1399-1422.
Reprinted 2002, 2004,
2006 in Boundaries:
Readings in Deviance, Crime, and Justice.
Excerpted in National
Institute of Justice NIJ
Christopher Uggen. 1993. "Reintegrating
Braithwaite: Shame and Consensus in Criminological Theory." Law
and Social Inquiry 18:481-500. [An article-length review essay]
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
in Criminological Dissensus"]
CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES
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.
Mike Vuolo, Sarah Lageson, and Christopher Uggen. 2017. “To Match or Not to Match? Statistical and Substantive Considerations in Audit Design and Analysis.” Conditionally accepted for publication in Audit Studies: Behind the Scenes with Theory, Method, and Nuance, edited by Michael S. Gaddis. New York: Springer.
Ryan Larson and Christopher Uggen. 2016. “Felon Disenfranchisement.” Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Corrections, edited by Kent R. Kerley. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Christopher Uggen & Lindsay Blahnik. 2015. "The Increasing Stickiness of Public Labels." Forthcoming 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.” Forthcoming 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
Wheelock and Christopher Uggen. 2008. "Race,
Poverty and Punishment: The Impact of Criminal Sanctions on Racial,
Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Inequality." Pages 261-292
Colors of Poverty: Why Racial and Ethnic Disparities Persist,
edited by David Harris and Ann Chih Lin. New York: Russell Sage.
Uggen, Christopher. 2008.
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.
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
of American Civil Liberties. New York: Routledge.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
Massoglia and Christopher Uggen. 2002. “Life Course Theories.”
Pages 1008-12 in Encyclopedia
of Crime and Punishment. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [abstract]
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. 2015-16. “Crime, Punishment, and American Inequality.” Focus 32:1-6.
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 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” Pathwaysmagazine, 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.
2006. “The Disenfranchised of History … and Now.” Wall Street Journal, September 2,
p. A9, Letters section.
Uggen and Mike Vuolo.
the Truth about Consequences.” Amici:
Newsletter of the Sociology of Law Section of the American Sociological
Comment” as guest editor for special issue on Collateral
Consequences of Criminal Sanctions. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 21:4-5.
2005. “Public Criminologies and Sociological Education.”
Sociological Education award address. Sociograph 23 (1): 7.
Tough Guys Go.” Review of Laub and Sampson’s Shared
Beginnings, Divergent Lives. Contexts 3: 64-66.
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
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
Christopher Uggen. 2003. “Criminology
and the Sociology of Deviance.” The
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. [report cited in New York Times, Washington Post, Quartz, Vox, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Florida Times-Union, Jackson Free Press, Albany Times-Union, Louisville Courier-Journal, Daily Beast, The Grio, Richmond Times-Dispatch, New Orleans Times Picayune and elsewhere.]
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.]
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
Irving Piliavin, and Ross
Matsueda. "Jobs Programs and Criminal Desistance ." 1997. Review paper commissioned by the Urban Institute, Washington, DC.
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
Christopher Uggen, Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, Sarah Shannon, and Suzy McElrath. “The Contingent Effect of Incarceration on State Health Outcomes.”
Brianna Remster, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen. “The Divergent Effects of Elective and Mandatory Volunteering on Subsequent Arrest.”
Michael Vuolo, Christopher Uggen, and Sarah Lageson. “Race, Recession, and Social Closure in the Low-wage Labor Market: Experimental and Observational Evidence"
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.