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Forthcoming

Curran, Sara R.  Shifting Boundaries, Transforming Lives: Globalization, Gender and Family Dynamics in Thailand. Book Manuscript accepted at Princeton University Press. Prospectus and Outline. 

Curran, Sara R, April Linton, Abigail Cooke & Andrew Schrank (editors) Globalization and Food Production. Advanced contract from Routledge, London, UK.

Curran, Sara, Kim Korinek & Jody Dyer. Forthcoming. "Introduction: Migration and Development." Asia Pacific Migration Journal.

2008

Curran, Sara R., Dyer, Jody, Korinek, Kim. The Migration and Development Prism: A Lens on Vulnerabilities and Capabilities
Article

2007

Curran, Sara R.  "Population and Environment," in Encyclopedia of Sociology, Suzanne Bianchi ed., Blackwell Publishing.
Article

Book Review (with Jacqueline Meijers-Irons) of Victoria Markham and Nadia Stenzor. U.S. National Report on the Environment. New Canaan, CT: Center on the Environment & Population. Published in _Organizations and the Environment_, September 2007, pp. 395-398 [ PDF ]

Book Review (with Jody Dyer) of Leslie Salzinger. Genders in Production: Making Workers in Mexico's Global Factories. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. In _Social Forces_, 85 (4): 1828-1829.

Curran, Sara R., Jennifer Devine, and Katherine Barr. 2007. The Global State of Washington: A Focus on Health. Seattle, WA: Global State of Washington Initiative. [ Link ]

Curran, Sara R., Jennifer Devine, and Katherine Barr. 2007. The Global State of Washington: A Focus on Economic Development, Poverty and Social Justice. Seattle, WA: Global State of Washington Initiative. [ Link ]

Curran, Sara R., Jennifer Devine, and Katherine Barr. 2007. The Global State of Washington: A Focus on the Environment. Seattle, WA: Global State of Washington Initiative. [ Link ]

2006

Curran, Sara R, Katharine Donato, Filiz Garip, and Steven Shafer. 2006. "Mapping Gender and Migration in Sociological Scholarship: Is it Segregation or Integration?" International Migration Review, 40(1):199-223.

Perecman, Ellen and Sara R. Curran. Eds., A Handbook for Social Science Field -Research: Essays and Bibliographic Sources on Research Design and Methods. 
http://www.sagepub.com/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book227693

Curran, Sara R. Ethical Considerations for Research in Cross-Cultural Settings. In, Perecman, Ellen & Sara R. Curran. A Social Science Handbook for Field Research: Essays and Bibliographic Resources on Research Design and Methods. [ PDF ]

2005

Curran, Sara R., Filiz Garip, Chang Chung, and Kanchana Tangchonlatip.  "Gendered Migrant Social Capital:  Evidence from Thailand," Social Forces, 84(1):227-256.

Cassels, Susan, Sara R. Curran and Randall Kramer.  "Do Migrants Degrade Coastal Environments?  Migration, Natural Resource Extraction, and Poverty in North Sulawesi, Indonesia,"  Human Ecology 33(3):329-363.

Curran, Sara R., Filiz Garip and Chang Chung. "Advancing Theory and Evidence about Migration and Cumulative Causation: Destination and Gender in Thailand."  CMD working paper #05-04.  Princeton University: Princeton, NJ.

Curran, Sara R. et al.  "Coastal Ecosystems and Coastal Communities," lead author in, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Synthesis Report, New York: U.N. Millennium Assessment.

 2004

Curran, Sara R. and Tundi Agardy. "Considering Migration and Its Effects on Coastal Ecosystems," in Jon D. Unrun, Maarten Krol, and Nurit Kliot, eds., Advances in Global Change Research, Environmental Change and Its Implications for Population Migration, Volume 20, pp 201-229.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (The Netherlands) and Boston. 

Curran, Sara R. and and Alex de Sherbinin. "Completing the Picture: The Challenges of Bringing Consumption into the Population-Environment Equation,"  Population and Environment 26(2):107-131.

Curran, Sara R., Chang, Chung, Wendy Cadge, and Anchalee Varangrat. "Boys and Girls’ Changing Educational Opportunities in Thailand: The Effects of Siblings, Migration, and Village Remoteness." Research in Sociology of Education, 14:59-102.

2003

Curran, Sara R. "Topics in Development: Gender and Development."  Fran Vavrus and Lisa A. Richey eds., Women's Studies Quarterly, Special Issue:  Women and Development, 31(3 & 4):293-302.

Curran, Sara R., Filiz Garip, Chang Chung and Kanchana Tangchonlatip. 2003. "Migration, Cumulative Causation and Gender: Evidence from Thailand." Paper presented at the Conference on African Migration and Urbanization in Comparative Perspective, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 4-7.

Curran, Sara R. and Estela Rivero-Fuentes.  2003. "Engendering Migrant Networks: -The Case of Mexican Migration." Demography, 40(2):289-307.

Curran, Sara R., Sara S. McLanahan, and Jean T. Knab. 2003. "Does Remarriage Expand Perceptions of Kinship Support Among the Elderly?" Social Science Research, 32(2):171-190.

Curran, Sara R., Filiz Garip, Chang Chung, and Kanchana Tangchonlatip. 2003. "Gendered Migrant Social Capital:  Evidence from Thailand."  Center for Migration and Development Working Paper #03-12.  Office of Population Research, Princeton University: Princeton, NJ.

Curran, Sara R. and Frederick F. Wherry. 2003.  "Do Transnational Organizations Promote Civil and Political Liberties? Cross-National Evidence from Southeast Asia, 1978-2002." Center for Migration and Development Working Paper #03-13.  Office of Population Research, Princeton University: Princeton, NJ.

Cassels, Susan, Sara R. Curran, and Randall Kramer.  2003. "Do Migrants Degrade Coastal Environments?  Migration, Natural Resource Extraction, and Poverty in North Sulawesi, Indonesia."  Office of Population Research Working Paper No. 2003-05. Princeton University: Princeton, NJ.

2002

Curran, Sara R. 2002. "Open Borders and the Environment: Externalities and Unexpected Consequences," PERN, Cyberseminar discussion paper. 

Curran, Sara R. and Tundi Agardy, Editors, 2002. Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4).

Curran, Sara R., Tundi Agardy, Maria C. J. Cruz, Partha Dasgupta, Anuradha Kumar, Wolfgang Lutz, Meryl Williams, Elisabeth Kessler, and Melanie S. Adams. 2002. “Funding Initiatives, Research Results, and Policy Recommendations.” Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4):263.

Curran, Sara R., Anuradha Kumar, Wolfgang Lutz and Meryl Williams. 2002. "Interactions Between Coastal and Marine Ecosystems and Human Population Systems: Perspectives on How Consumption Mediates this Interaction." Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4):264-268.

Curran, Sara R. and Tundi Agardy. 2002. "Common Property Systems, Migration, and Coastal Ecosystems." Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4):303-305.

Curran, Sara R. and Maria C. J. Cruz. 2002. "Markets, Population Dynamics, and Coastal Ecosystems." Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4):373-376.

Agardy, Tundi, Maria C. J. Cruz, Sara R. Curran, Partha Dasgupta, Anuradha Kumar, Wolfgang Lutz and Meryl Williams. 2002. "Roundtable Discussion: Population, Consumption, and Environment: Lessons Learned and Future Research about Coastal and Marine Ecosystems." Ambio. Special Issue: Population, Consumption, and Environment. Vol 31(4):377-383.

Curran, Sara R. 2002. "Migration, Social Capital, and the Environment: Considering Migrant Selectivity and Networks in Relation to Coastal Ecosystems." In W. Lutz, A. Prskawetz, and W. Sanderson, Editors, Population and Environment: Methods of Analysis, Population and Development Review, a supplement to, Volume 28, pp 89-125.

Curran, Sara R., Chang Chung, Wendy Cadge, and Anchalee Varangrat. 2002. "Boys and Girls’ Changing Educational Opportunities in Thailand: The Effects of Siblings, Migration, and Village Remoteness." Office of Population Research Working Paper No. 2002-05. Princeton University: Princeton, NJ. 

Curran, Sara R. 2002. "Agency, Accountability and Embedded Relations: What’s Love Got To Do With It?" in A Symposium on Ambivalence in Intergenerational Relationships, Alexis Walker, editor. National Council on Family Relations:  Minneapolis, MN. (buy book)

Curran, Sara R. 2002. "Agency, Accountability and Embedded Relations: What’s Love Got To Do With It?" Journal of Marriage and the Family. 64(3):577-584.

Curran, Sara R. and Wendy Cadge. 2002. "Sex, Sexuality and Gender Syllabus," in The Sociology of Gender: Syllabi and Other Instructional Materials (5th edition), in A. Blackstone and B. Lucal eds. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.  (buy book)

Carter, Marion, Estela Rivero, Wendy Cadge, and Sara R. Curran. 2002. "Designing Your Community-Based Learning Project: Five Questions to Ask about Your Pedagogical and Participatory Goals." Teaching Sociology. Volume 30, April (3):158-173.  Washington, DC:  American Sociological Association.

2001

Curran, Sara R. and Abigail Cope Saguy. 2001. "Migration and Cultural Change: A Role for Gender and Social Networks?" Journal for International Women’s Studies. 2(3):54-77.   

Fernandez-Kelly, Patricia and Sara R. Curran. 2001.  "Nicaraguans: Voices Lost, Voices Found," pp 127-155, in Ethnicities: Coming of Age in Immigrant America.  Ruben Rumbaut and Alejandro Portes, eds. Russell Sage Foundation: NY and The University of California Press. (buy book)

Under Review

Curran, Sara R. and Frederick Wherry.  "Do Transnational Organizations Promote Civil and Political Liberties: Cross-national Evidence from Southeast Asia, 1978-2002."   Under review at ASR.

 

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