PUBLICATIONS

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. 2018. “Negotiating the space between avant-garde and ‘hip enough’: businesses and commercial gentrification in Wicker Park.” City & Community.  17: 438-460. doi:10.1111/cico.12294

Brown-Saracino, Japonica and Jeffrey Nathaniel Parker. 2017. “‘What is up with my sisters? Where are you?’ The Origins and Consequences of Lesbian-Friendly Place Reputations for LBQ Migrants.” Sexualities.

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. 2014. “‘A piece of art is not a loaf of bread’: Indie Rock’s Challenge to Commodification.” In Music Sociology: Examining the Role of Music in Social Life. Ed. Sara Towe Horsfall, Jan-Martijn Meij, and Meghan D. Probstfield. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

UNDER REVIEW

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. “Broken Windows as Growth Machines: Who Benefits from Urban Disorder and Crime?” Revise and Resubmit at City & Community.

PAPERS IN PROGRESS

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. “Relational neighborhoods: ghosts, doppelgängers, bêtes noires, and visions"

Small, Mario L., Vontrese Deeds Pamphile, Cayce Hughes, and Jeffrey Nathaniel Parker. “Words vs. Actions in the Network Behavior of Low-Income African Americans”

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. “Revisiting Neo-Bohemia: Persistence, Politics, and Moving Past an Ecological Model of Neighborhood Reputation”

Parker, Jeffrey Nathaniel. “What We Talk About When We Talk About Hipsters”