Religion in Public Institutions
Forthcoming. “The Evolution of American Airport Chapels: Local Negotiations in Religiously Pluralistic Contexts” Religion & American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation.
Forthcoming. “God on the Fly? The Professional Mandates of Airport Chaplains” Sociology of Religion.
2015. “Idiosyncratic Prophets: Personal Style in the Prayers of Congressional Chaplains, 1990-2010” with Laura Olson and Margaret Clendenen. Journal of Church and State..
2015. “Institutional Change in American Religion” with Casey Clevenger. Emerging Trends.
2014. “Making ‘Invisible Religion’ Visible: The Significance of Religion and Spirituality in Secular Organizations” with Mary Ellen Konieczny. Sociology of Religion 75(4): 551-563.
2014. “Negocier les differences religieuses dans les organisations laiques: i’example des chapelles d’hopitaux.”Social Compass 61(2): 178-194.
2014. “How Do Social Service Providers View Recent Immigrants? Perspectives from Portland, Maine and Olympia, Washington” with Casey Clevenger, Amelia Seraphia Derr and Sara Curran. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 12: 67-86.
2013. “Negotiating Religious Differences: The Strategies of Interfaith Chaplains in Healthcare” with Emily Sigalow. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 51(3): 84-98.
2013. “Religious Dimensions of Contexts of Reception: Comparing Two New England Cities” with Peggy Levitt, B. Nadya Jaworksy, and Casey Clevenger. International Migration. 51(3):84-98.
2013. “How Do Organizations Respond to Immigrants? Comparing Two New England Cities” with Ken Sun. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. 11(2): 157-177.
2013. “Religion on the Edge: An Introduction” and “Conclusion” with Courtney Bender, Peggy Levitt and David Smilde. In Religion of the Edge: De-Centering and Re-centering the Sociology of Religion with Courtney Bender, Peggy Levitt and David Smilde. Eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
2013. “Negotiating Religious Differences in Secular Organizations: The Case of Hospital Chapels.” In Religion of the Edge: De-Centering and Re-centering the Sociology of Religion with Courtney Bender, Peggy Levitt and David Smilde. Eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
2012. “A Survey of Chaplains’ Roles in Pediatric Palliative Care Integral Members of the Team” with Kathryn Lyndes, George Fitchett, Nancy Berlinger, Jennifer Misasi and Erin Flanagan. Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy. 18(1-2): 74-93
2012. “Possibilities and Limits of Medical Science. Debates over Double Blind Clinical Trials of Intercessory Prayer.” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science. 47(1): 43-64.
2012. “New Perspectives on Immigrant Contexts of Reception: The Cultural Armature of Cities” with B. Nadya Jaworsky, Peggy Levitt, Jessica Hejtmanek and Sara R. Curran. Nordic Journal of Migration Research. 2(1):78-88.
2011. “De-centering and Re-centering: Rethinking Concepts and Methods in the Sociological Study of Religion” with Peggy Levitt and David Smilde. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 50(3):437-449.
2011. “The Role of Professional Chaplains on Pediatric Palliative Care Teams: Perspectives from Physicians and Chaplains” with George Fitchett, Kathryn Lyndes, Nancy Berlinger, Erin Flanagan and Jennifer Misasi. Journal of Palliative Medicine 14(6): 704-707.
2011. “What Do Chaplains Contribute to Large Academic Hospitals? The Perspectives of Pediatric Physicians and Chaplains” with Katherine Calle and Jennifer Dillinger. Journal of Religion and Health. 50(2).
2010. “Religion, Spirituality, Health and Medicine: Sociological Intersections” with Brian Fair. Handbook of Medical Sociology. Chloe Byrd, Allan Fremont, Stefan Timmermans, and Peter Conrad, Eds. Vanderbilt University Press. 341-362.
2010.“Negotiating Ambivalence: The Social Power of Muslim Community Health Organizations in America” with Lance Laird. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 33(2): 225-244.
2010. “Engaging Emerging Adults” with Casey Clevenger. Changing Spirituality of Emerging Adults Project.
2010. “The City as Context: Culture and Scale in New Immigrant Destinations” with Peggy Levitt, B. Nadya Jaworsky and Sara Curran. Número Monográfico: Religiony Migración; copublicación Les Cahiers Alhim y la Revista Migraciones, Universidad Paris 8-Universidad Pontificia Comillas.
2009. “Prayers in the Clinic: How Do Pediatricians and Pediatric Oncologists Respond?” with Elaine Howard Ecklund. Southern Medical Journal 102(12):1218-1221.
2009. “Physicians’ Experiences and Satisfaction with Chaplains: A National Study” with George Fitchett, Farr Curlin, and Kenneth Rasinski. Archives of Internal Medicine 169(19):1808-1810.
2009. “Religion and Spirituality: A Barrier and a Bridge in the Everyday Professional Work of Pediatric Physicians” with Elaine Howard Ecklund and Nicholas Short. Social Problems 56(4): 702-721.
2009. “Saying Your Prayers, Constructing Your Religions: Medical Studies of Intercessory Prayer.” Journal of Religion 89: 299-327
2009. “Constructing American Muslim Identity: Tales of Two Clinics in Southern California” with Lance Laird. Muslim World99: 270-293. Reprinted in Adkins, Julie, Laurie Occhipinti, and Tara Hefferan Eds. Forthcoming. Not By Faith Alone: Social Services, Social Justice, and Faith-Based Organizations in the U.S. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books).
2009. “Religion, Spirituality, and Health: An Institutional Approach.” Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion. Peter Clarke Ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 836-856.
2008. “Lost in Translation? Sociological Observations and Reflections on the Practice of Hospital Chaplaincy” with Raymond De Vries and Nancy Berlinger. The Hastings Center Report. 38(6):9-13.
2008. “De Facto Congregationalism and the Religious Organizations of Post-1965 Immigrants to the United States: A Revised Approach.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion.76(2):344-374.
2008. “Hospital Chaplaincy in the United States: A National Overview“ with Jeremy Freese and Nicholas Christakis. Southern Medical Journal.101(6):626-630
2007. “Immigration and Religion” with Elaine Howard Ecklund. Annual Review of Sociology. 33: 17.1-17.21
2007. “Muslim Community-Based Health Organizations” with Lance Laird. Report to the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and the Association of Muslim Health Professionals.
2007. “Reflections on Habits of the Heart, Buddhism in America, and Religious Individualism” Sociology of Religion.68(2): 201-205.
2006. “Constructing Buddhism(s): Interreligious Dialogue and Religious Hybridity” with Courtney Bender. Sociology of Religion. 67(3):229-247.
2006. “Religion and the NonProfit Sector“ with Robert Wuthnow. Handbook of NonProfits. Edited by Walter Powell and Richard Steinberg. New Haven: Yale University Press. 485-505.
2006. “Religion and Public Opinion about Same-Sex Marriage”with Laura Olson and James Harrison. Social Science Quarterly. 87(2):340-360. (One of ten most downloaded articles from the SSQ webpage in 2006. Reprinted in Dulio, David, Erin O’Brien, and John S. Klemanski Eds. 2008. American Political Diversity. Longman Pub)
2006. “Ascription, Choice, and the Construction of Religious Identities in the Contemporary United States.” With Lynn Davidman. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 45(1): 23-38.
2005. “Religions of Immigrants in the Mid-Atlantic States.” Religion in the Middle Atlantic States: Fount of Diversity. Edited by Randall Balmer and Mark Silk. AltaMira Press.
2004. “Buddhists and Buddhism in the United States: The Scope of Influence.” With Robert Wuthnow. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 43(3): 361-378.
2004. “Yoga and Rebirth in America: Asian Religions are Here to Stay.” With Courtney Bender. Contexts: Understanding People in Their Social Worlds. 3(1): 45-51.
2001. “The Role of Religion in Public Conflicts Over the Arts in the Philadelphia Area, 1965-1997.” With Paul DiMaggio, Lynn Robinson, and Brian Steensland.Crossroads: Art and Religion in American Life. Edited by Alberta Arthurs & Glenn Wallach. New York: The New Press.