Publications

Revise and Resubmit

Katie Kaufman Rogers. “Changing the Face of the Stoner: An Intersectional Analysis of Cannabis Marketing in the Post-Prohibition United States.” [Revise and Resubmit: Sociological Inquiry]

Shannon Malone Gonzalez, Samantha J. Simon, and Katie Kaufman Rogers. “The Police-Community Dialectic: Police Officers’ and Black Women Civilians’ Discourses on Race and Racism in Policing.” [Revise and Resubmit: Law & Society Review]

*Honorable Mention: 2019 ASA Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities Graduate Student Paper Award

Under Peer Review

Katie Kaufman Rogers. “Healers, Not Dealers: An Intersectional Analysis of Women’s Legitimacy Strategies in the U.S. Cannabis Industry.” [Under Review]

*Winner: 2018 ASA Section on Drugs & Society Graduate Student Paper Award
*Winner: 2020 Sociologists for Women in Society Cheryl Allyn Miller Award

Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

The Routledge Handbook of Post-Prohibition Cannabis Research  book cover

Katie Kaufman Rogers. 2021. “Images of Gender and Race in Cannabis Legalization Campaigns in the United States,” in The Routledge Handbook of Post-Prohibition Cannabis Research, edited by Dominic Corva and Joshua S. Meisel. Routledge.

 

 

 

Books on Pedagogy

Katie Rogers and Julia A. Simms. 2014. Teaching Argumentation: Activities and Games for the Classroom. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Research.

 

 

 

 

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Robert J. Marzano, Katie Rogers, and Julia A. Simms. 2015. Vocabulary for the New Science Standards. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Research.

 

 

 

Public Writing on Sociology

Katie Kaufman Rogers. “Corporate #BlackLivesMatter Statements: Never Solidarity.” Racism Review (June 27, 2020).

Katie Kaufman Rogers. “When White Men Can Dance: Race, Masculinity, and Jock Insurance.” UTAustinSOC: Graduate Sociology Blog (January 24, 2016).

Katie Kaufman Rogers. “SXSW, #GamerGate, and Gendered Boundary Policing.” UTAustinSOC: Graduate Sociology Blog (November 3, 2015).