I’ve written an opinion piece for Newsweek, and have been interviewed by CNN.com, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Chronicle of Higher Education about the sociology of reality TV.
My research about spouses who live apart due to the demands of their dual careers has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, BBC Capital, The Atlantic, U.S. News & World Report, Harvard Business Review, The Globe and Mail, Bustle, the Asbury Park Press, Rutgers Today, the Courier-Post, on WebMD, on MyCentralJersey.Com, and in Inside Higher Ed. It has been covered in the Lehigh University College of Arts and Sciences magazine, Acumen. My alumni magazine, the Princeton Alumni Weekly also interviewed me about the book; you can listen to the podcast here.
My research with Carly Rush and Steven Tepper on the gender wage gap in the arts has been featured in The Atlantic magazine, Pacific Standard magazine, Billboard magazine, The Washington Post, on The Economist arts blog, on ArtsHub, and in the editorial section of the website Artsy. I also did an interview about this project for the National Public Radio show Morning Edition.
Earned Sick Days in the Workplace:
Dana Britton and I produced an evaluation of Earned Sick Days legislation in Jersey City. Our issue brief has been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal and featured on NJ.com, NJBiz, NJ Spotlight, the CLASP website, and thinkprogress.org.
Karen White, Linda Houser, and I produced a report, It’s Catching: Public Opinion toward Paid Sick Days in New Jersey. The document has received press on NJBiz and in the New Brunswick Patch and the Daily Targum.
NJ.com did a piece on my research (with Dana Britton, in collaboration with the organization New Labor) on female “permatemp” warehouse workers in New Jersey. The project has also been mentioned in New Brunswick Today.
Fortune Magazine asked me to write an op-ed about the new gender equity law in the U.K. I have also written opinion pieces for NJ.com (with Jon Whiten) and Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning (with Steven Tepper).