CV (2019)

Scholarship on Spirituality and Movements

Larry W. Isaac, Anna W. Jacobs, Jaime Kucinskas, and Allison McGrath. Forthcoming 2020. “Social Movement Schools: Sites for Consciousness Transformation, Training, and Prefigurative Social Development” Social Movement Studies

Jaime KucinskasThe Mindful Elite: Mobilizing Change from the Inside Out. Oxford University Press
* Honorable mention, ASA Sociology of Religion Section 2019 Distinguished Book Award, and includes chapter awarded the 2013 Graduate Student Paper Award,
ASA Sociology of Religion Section

Jaime Kucinskas, Bradley Wright, and Stuart Riepl. 2018. “The Interplay between Meaning and Sacred Awareness in Everyday Life: Evidence from a Daily Smartphone Study” The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion

Jaime Kucinskas. 2018. “Bridging Social Movements and Social Problems,” Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems

Jaime Kucinskas, Bradley Wright, Matt Ray, and John Ortberg. 2017. “States of Spiritual Awareness by Situation, Social Interaction, and Time” Journal for the Social Scientific Study of Religion

Kateri Boucher (student) and Jaime Kucinskas. 2016. “‘Too Smart to be Religious?’ Discreet Seeking Amidst Religious Stigma at a Secular Elite College” (Social Inclusion)

Jaime Kucinskas. 2014. “The Unobtrusive Tactics of Religious Movements”  Sociology of Religion (Sociology of Religion-2014-Kucinskas-socrel-sru055_onlinepublication)

Islam and Gender

Jaime Kucinskas and Tamara van der Does. 2017. “Gender Ideals in Turbulent Times: An Examination of Insecurity, Islam, and Muslim Men’s Gender Attitudes during the Arab Spring” Comparative Sociology 16:3 340-368 (COSO_016_03-Kucinskas and van der Does)

Jaime Kucinskas. 2010. “A Research Note on Islam and Gender Egalitarianism: An Examination of Egyptian and Saudi Arabian Youth Attitudes” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 49: 761-770 (pdf_kucinskas2010)

Income Inequality

Ho-fung Hung and Jaime Kucinskas. 2011. “Globalization and Global Inequality: Assessing the Impact of the rise of China and India, 1980-2005” American Journal of Sociology, 116: 1478-1513 (pdf_ajs2010_hungkucinskas)

 *Winner of 2012 Best Article in ASA’s Global and Transnational Section and Political Economy of the World-System Section