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FEB 18, 2014 The Christian Science Monitor
SEP 9, 2013 San Jose Mercury News
SEP 4, 2013
- ACCESS Arab American Research Initiative awarded by Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services 2016 - 2018
- Thriving after Surviving: Strategies for Improving Muslim Refugee Student Outcomes awarded by William T Grant Foundation 2018
- Caregiving and Flourishing Mental Health awarded by St. Louis University 2016 - 2018
- Challenges and Prospects for Disaggregating Health Data among Whites awarded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2016 - 2017
- Publications & Artistic Works
- Rieker, PP, and Read, JG. "The Health Gender Gap: A Constrained Choice Explanation. A Constrained Choice Explanation." In The Psychology of Gender and Health: Conceptual and Applied Global Concerns, 85-118. January 4, 2017. Full Text
- Cainkar, L, and Read, JG. "Arab Americans and gender." In Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Arab Americans: Culture, Development, and Health, 89-105. November 1, 2014. Full Text
- Read, J, and Cainkar, L. "Gender, Culture, and Arab Health." In A Biopsychosocial Approach to Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Development and Health, edited by S Nassar-McMillan, J Hakim-Larson, and K Ajrouch, 155-191. Springer, 2012.
- Read, JNG, and Eagle, D. "Intersecting Identities: Religion and Gender among Arab Americans." In Religion and Inequality, edited by L Keister and D Sherkat. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
- Read, JNG, and Reynolds, M. "Gender and Health among U.S. Immigrants." In Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections, edited by P Fernandez-Kelly and A Portes, 82-109. Routledge, 2012.
- Read, JG. "Religion, family, and women's employment among Muslim and Christian Arab Americans." In Religion, Families, and Health: Population-Based Research in the United States, 206-225. December 1, 2010.
- Read, JNG, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and Health Revisited." In The Handbook of the Sociology of Health, Illness, & Healing: Blueprint for the 21st Century. 2010.
- Read, JNG. "The Diversity of the New Immigrant Religious Populations." In Faith, Politics & Press in Our Perilous Times, edited by S Burgard, 101-117. Kendall/Hunt, 2010.
- Read, J. "The Effects of Post-9/11 Discrimination on Arab-American Racial Identity." In From Invisibility to Visibility: The Racialization of Arab Americans Before and After September 11th, edited by N Naber and A Jamal. Syracuse University Press, 2008.
- Read, J. "Religion and Women’s Employment Over Life Course: A Comparison of Christian and Muslim Arab Americans." In Religion, Families, and Health in the United States: New Directions for Population-Based Research, edited by R Hummer and CG Ellison. Rutgers University Press, 2008.
- Read, J. "Multiple Identities among Arabs in America: A Tale of Two Congregations." In At Home and Abroad: Being and Belonging among U.S. Immigrants from Muslim Countries After September 11, edited by S Platz. Russell Sage Foundation, 2008.
- Read, J. "To Veil or Not to Veil: A Case Study of Identity Negotiation among Muslim Women Living in Austin, Texas." In Gender Through the Prism of Difference, edited by MB Zinn, P Hondagneu-Sotelo, and M Messner. Oxford University Press, 2008.
- Read, JNG. "North American Islam." In Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion, edited by R Wuthnow. CQ Press, 2008.
- Read, JNG. "The Gender Gap in Arab-American Political Engagement." In American Arabs and Political Participation, edited by P Strum. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2008.
- Read, J. "Gender and Middle Eastern Health: A New Immigrant Case." Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Detroit. 2009.
- Read, J. "Religion and Identity Politics among Blacks and Whites." annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. San Francisco. 2009.
- Read, J. "Reproducing Inequality? Female Education in Arab-American Families." annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Philadelphia. 2005.
- Read, J. "Bridge or Barrier? Religious Identity and the Civic Incorporation of Muslim and Christian Arab Americans." annual meetings of the Association for the Sociology of Religion. Philadelphia. 2005.
- Read, JG, and Smith, PB. "Gender and national origin differences in healthcare utilization among U.S. Immigrants from Mexico, China, and India." Ethnicity & Health 23, no. 8 (November 2018): 867-883. Full Text
- Eagle, D, Keister, LA, and Read, JG. "Household Charitable Giving at the Intersection of Gender, Marital Status, and Religion." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (October 12, 2017): 089976401773465-089976401773465. Full Text
- Read, JG, Porter, JR, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and the Mental-Physical Health Connection Among U.S. Adults." Sociological Forum 31, no. 4 (December 2016): 1104-1125. Full Text
- Reynolds, MM, Chernenko, A, and Read, JG. "Region of origin diversity in immigrant health: Moving beyond the Mexican case." Social Science & Medicine (1982) 166 (October 2016): 102-109. Full Text
- Hussain, S, and Read, JG. "Islamic schools in the United States and England: Implications for integration and social cohesion." Social Compass 62, no. 4 (December 2015): 556-569. Full Text
- Varughese, S, Read, JG, Al-Khal, A, Abo Salah, S, El Deeb, Y, and Cameron, PA. "Effectiveness of the Middle East respiratory syndrome-coronavirus protocol in enhancing the function of an Emergency Department in Qatar." European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine 22, no. 5 (October 2015): 316-320. Full Text
- Read, JG. "Gender, Religious Identity, and Civic Engagement among Arab Muslims in the United States." Sociology of Religion 76, no. 1 (January 1, 2015): 30-48. Full Text
- Read, JG, Varughese, S, and Cameron, PA. "Determinants of non-urgent Emergency Department attendance among females in Qatar." Qatar Medical Journal 2014, no. 2 (December 2014): 16-16. Full Text
- Read, JG. "In Search of Sociological Congruence." Social Currents 1, no. 1 (February 2014): 44-50. Full Text
- Read, JG. "Measuring Ethnicity with U.S. Census Data: Implications for Mexicans and Arabs." Population Research and Policy Review 32, no. 4 (August 1, 2013): 611-631. Full Text
- Read, JNG, and Reynolds, M. "Gender Differences in Immigrant Health: The Case of Mexican and Middle Eastern Immigrants." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 53 (2012): 99-123. (Academic Article)
- Read, JG, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and Health Inequality." Annual Review of Sociology 36, no. 1 (June 2010): 371-386. Full Text
- Gorman, BK, Read, JNG, and Krueger, P. "Gender, Acculturation and Health among Mexican American Immigrants." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 51 (2010): 440-457. (Academic Article)
- Read, J. "Intersecting Identities as a Source of Religious Incongruence." American Sociological Association (2010).
- Read, J. "Healthy Migrants or Just Healthy Men?." Population Association of America (2010).
- Read, JNG, and Eagle, D. "Intersecting Identities as a Source of Religious Incongruence." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (2010). (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG, and Oselin, S. "Gender and the Education-Employment Paradox in Ethnic and Religious Contexts: The Case of Arab Americans." American Sociological Review 73 (April 2008): 296-313. (Academic Article)
- Read, J. "The Changing Face of Americans: Gender and the Health Policy Implications of." American Sociological Association (2008).
- Read, JNG. "Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal by Paul Eid." American Journal of Sociology 114 (2008). (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "Faith, Fact, and Fiction: What Muslim Americans Really Mean for U.S. Democracy." Contexts 7 (2008): 39-43. (Academic Article)
- Gorman, BK, and Read, JNG. "Why Men Die Younger than Women." Geriatrics & Aging 10 (March 2007): 179-182. (Academic Article)
- Read, JG, and Gorman, BK. "Racial/ethnic differences in hypertension and depression among US adult women." Ethnicity & disease 17, no. 2 (January 2007): 389-396.
- Read, JNG, and Cohen, PN. "One Size Fits All? Explaining U.S.-born and Immigrant Women’s Employment across 12 Ethnic Groups." Social Forces 85 (2007): 1713-1734. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG, and Gorman, BK. "Racial/Ethnic Differences in Hypertension and Depression among US Adult Women." Ethnicity & Disease 17 (2007): 383-390. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "More of a Bridge than a Gap: Gender Differences in Arab-American Political Engagement." Social Science Quarterly (Blackwell Publishing Limited) 88 (2007): p1072-1091. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "Introduction: The Politics of Veiling in Comparative Perspective." Sociology of Religion 68 (2007): p231-236. (Academic Article)
- Gorman, BK, and Read, JNG. "Gender Disparities in Adult Health: An Examination of Three Measures of Morbidity." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 47 (July 2006): 95-110. (Academic Article)
- Read, JG, and Gorman, BK. "Erratum to "Gender inequalities in US adult health: The interplay of race and ethnicity". [Social Science & Medicine 62 (2006) 1045-1065] (DOI:10.1016/j.socscimed.2005.07.009)." Social Science and Medicine 62, no. 12 (June 1, 2006): 3197-3198. Full Text
- Read, JNG, and Gorman, BK. "Gender Inequalities in US Adult Health: The Interplay of Race and Ethnicity." Social Science & Medicine 62 (2006): 1045-1065. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG, Emerson, MO, and Tarlov, A. "Implications of Black Immigrant Health for U.S. Racial Disparities in Health." Journal of Immigrant Health 7 (July 2005): 205-212. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG, Amick, B, and Donato, KM. "Arab Immigrants: A New Case for Ethnicity and Health?." Social Science & Medicine 61 (2005): 77-82. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG, and Emerson, MO. "Racial Context, Black Immigration and the U.S. Black/White Health Disparity." Social Forces 84 (2005): p181-199. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "Cultural Influences on Immigrant Women’s Labor Force Participation: The Case of Arab Americans." International Migration Review 38 (2004): 52-77. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "Family, Religion, and Work Among Arab-American Women." Journal of Marriage and Family 66 (2004): 1042-1050. (Academic Article)
- Bartkowski, JP, and Read, JNG. "Veiled Submission: Gender, Power, and Identity among Evangelical and Muslim Women in the U.S." Qualitative Sociology 26 (2003): 71-92. (Academic Article)
- Marshall, SE, and Read, JNG. "“Identity Politics among Arab-American Women." Social Science Quarterly 84 (2003): 875-891. (Academic Article)
- Read, JNG. "The Sources of Gender Role Attitudes among Christian and Muslim Arab-American Women." Sociology of Religion 64 (2003): 207-222. (Academic Article)
- Read, JG. "Challenging Myths of Muslim Women: The Influence of Islam On Arab-Arnerican Women's Labor Force Activity." The Muslim World 92, no. 1-2 (March 2002): 19-37. Full Text
- Read, JNG. "Challenging Myths of Muslim Women: The Influence of Islam on Arab-American Women’s Labor Force Participation." Muslim World 96 (2002): 18-39. (Academic Article)
- READ, JG, and BARTKOWSKI, JP. "TO VEIL OR NOT TO VEIL?." Gender & Society 14, no. 3 (June 2000): 395-417. Full Text
- Read, J. "Muslims seen as outsiders." Philadelphia Inquirer (2009).
- Read, J. "Movement in the Right Direction." Social Science Research Council Immanent Frame (2009).
- Read, J. "Reason to Remain Hopeful." Social Science Research Council Immanent Frame (2009).
- Read, J. "Are U.S. Muslims Un-American." Raleigh News & Obsever, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Detroit Free Press, Des Moines (November 2008).
- Read, J. "U.S. Muslims could Swing the Vote." Philadelphia Inquirer, Raleigh News & Obsever, and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (October 2008).
- Teaching & Mentoring
- GLHLTH 340: Social Determinants of U.S. Health Disparities 2018
- GLHLTH 393: Research Independent Study in Global Health 2018
- RIGHTS 362: Social Determinants of U.S. Health Disparities 2018
- SOCIOL 255: Sociology of Immigration and Health 2018
- SOCIOL 361: Social Determinants of U.S. Health Disparities 2018
- SOCIOL 880: Special Topics in Sociology 2018
- SOCIOL 765S: Proseminar: Topics in Social Stratification 2017
- Scholarly, Clinical, & Service Activities
Presentations & Appearances
- Islamic Schools: Help or Hindrance to Integration. December 6, 2010 2010
- Muslim Integration in the U.S. and Germany. December 6, 2010 2010
- Gender Differences in Middle Eastern Immigrant Health. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. December 15, 2009 2009
- Healthy Migrants or Just Healthy Men?. New York University. December 15, 2009 2009
- Middle Eastern Americans in Higher Education. National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education. May 26, 2008 2008
- The Values Voter. February 6, 2008 2008
Outreach & Engaged Scholarship
Service to the Profession
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