August 2013 - Present: Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. September 2011 - August 2013: Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Center for Health and Wellbeing and Office of Population Research, Princeton University
Medical Sociology, Law and Society, Organizations, Professions, Qualitative Methods
2013 "Contextualizing Consequences: A Socio-Legal Approach to
Social Movement Consequences in Professional Fields."
Mobilization (in press)
2013 "How Organizational Context Affects Bioethical Decision-Making:
Pharmacists' Management of Gatekeeping Processes in Retail
and Hospital Settings." Social Science & Medicine.
2011 "Challenging Professional Self-Regulation: Social Movement
Influence On Pharmacy Rulemaking in Washington State."
Work and Occupations 38.303-339.
2010 Amenta, A., Caren, N., Chiarello, E. and Su, Y. "The Political
Consequences of Social Movements." Annual Review of
Sociology 36: 287-307.