Publications and Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Articles

Smith, Stacy L. 2017. “Gender Stratified Monopoly: Why do I Earn Less and Pay More?Teaching Sociology 45(2): 168-76.

Chapter in Edited Volume

“Marianne Weber and #MarchForOurLives.” 2019. In Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Theorists, edited by C. Conner, D. Dickens, and N. Baxter. Lexington Books.

Manuscripts in Progress – Articles

Smith, Stacy L. “Framing the Dead: How Deadheads use Family and Religion to Build an Enduring Culture.” Presented at the MSS-NCSA Joint Annual Meeting, March 23, 2016. Intended for refereed journal.

Smith, Stacy L. “All the Years Combine: Interaction Ritual Chains, Deadheads, and Social Cohesion.” Presented at the MSS-SSSI Joint Annual Meeting, March 31, 2017. Intended for refereed journal.

Manuscripts in Progress – Book

Smith, Stacy L. Dead and Still Grateful:  Deriving Mechanisms of Social Cohesion from Deadhead Culture. Revision of dissertation, intended for a University press.


CONFERENCE ACTIVITY – PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Smith, Stacy L. 2017. “All the Years Combine: Deadheads and Interaction Ritual Chains.” Paper presented at the MSS-SSSI Joint Annual Meeting, March 31, Milwaukee, WI.

Smith, Stacy L.  2016. “Framing the Dead: How Deadheads Use Family and Religion to Build an Enduring Culture.”  Paper presented at the MSS-NCSA Joint Annual Meeting, March 23, Chicago, IL.

Smith, Stacy L.  2016. “Intersectional Monopoly: Why Do I Earn Less and Pay More? Teaching Gender and Social Stratification Through Simulation.”  Paper presented at the MSS-NCSA Joint Annual Meeting, March 25, Chicago, IL.


CONFERENCE ACTIVITY – PANEL DISCUSSION MEMBER

Upcoming

“Aggression in the Classroom: Suggestions and Reflections for Challenging Interactions,” Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, March 22-25, 2018.

“Teaching Toolkits,” Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, March 22-25, 2018.


INVITED LECTURES AND TALKS

“Gender Stratified Monopoly: Why Do I Earn Less and Pay More?”

  • Summer 2017: Guest Lecture for EXCITE summer workshop, Kansas State University
  • Fall 2016: Guest lecture for Introduction to Sociology Seminar, Kansas State University
  • Fall 2016: Guest lecture for KAWSE program, Kansas State University
  • Summer 2016: Guest lecture for EXCITE summer workshop, Kansas State University

“Grateful Dead, Deadheads, and Culture”

  • Fall 2012: Guest lecture, Sociology of Culture, Kansas State University, Fall 2012

“Gaga Over Culture”

  • Fall 2012: Guest lecture, Introduction to Sociology, Kansas State University
  • Fall 2011: Guest lecture, Introduction to Sociology, Kansas State University