Religion in Public Institutions
Spirituality and Religion in Healthcare
Ethics Committees in Healthcare Organizations
The Moral Lives of Healthcare Professionals
Conflicts over Sexuality in Religious Organizations
Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the Study of Religion
Teaching Sociology and Religion
2021. Flipping the Classroom: Students perceptions from an introductory sociology class” with Ann Ward* and Aja Antoine. Learning and Teaching: the International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences. 14(3): 70-90.
2018. “Online Teaching of Public Health and Spirituality at University of Illinois: Chaplains for the Twenty-First Century” with Kathryn Lyndes and George Fitchett. In Why Religion and Spirituality Matter for Public Health: Evidence, Implications, and Resources. Edited by Doug Oman. p. 435-444.
2017. “Teaching Inter-religious Encounters: Perspectives from a Case Study Initiative” with Emily Sigalow. In Teaching Inter-Religious Encounters. Edited by Marc Pugliese and Alexander Hwang. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2016. “Where are you organizationally situated? Views from here” with Rebecca Barton. Critical Research on Religion.
2015. “Assessing Learning in a Sociology Department: What Do Students Say That They Learn?” with Julia Bandini, David Cunningham and Sara Shostak. Assessment and Evauation in Higher Education.
2010. “Teaching Graduate and Undergraduate Research Methods: A Multi-Pronged Departmental Initiative” with Sara Shostak, Jennifer Girouard, and David Cunningham. Teaching Sociology 38(2): 93-105.
2002. “Conceptualizing Your Community-Based Learning Project: Decision Points for the Initial Stages of Project Design.” With Marion Carter, Estella Rivero, and Sara Curran. Teaching Sociology. 30 (April): 158-173.