Prickett, P. J., & Timmermans, S. (2022). “If no one grieves, no one will remember”: Cultural palimpsests and the creation of social ties through rituals. British Journal of Sociology, 73(2), 244-258. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-4446.12934[details]
Bolger, D., & Prickett, P. J. (2021). Where Would You Go? Race, Religion, and the Limits of Pastor Mental Health Care in Black and Latino Congregations. Religions, 12(12), . https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12121062[details]
Mirto, G., Robins, S., Horsti, K., Prickett, P. J., Ruiz Verdusco, D., & Toom, V. (2020). Mourning Missing Migrants: Ambiguous Loss and the Grief of Strangers. In P. Cuttitta, & T. Last (Eds.), Border Deaths: Causes, Dynamics and Consequences of Migration-related Mortality (pp. 103-116). Amsterdam University Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctvt1sgz6.10[details]
Timmermans, S., & Prickett, P. J. (2019). Becoming the City: Teaching Urban Ethnography and Mentoring Urban Ethnographers. In R. E. Ocejo (Ed.), Urban Ethnography: Legacies and Challenges (Vol. 16, pp. 53-68). (Research in Urban Sociology; Vol. 16). United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Limited. [details]
Prickett, P. J. (invited speaker) (12-8-2017). “Muslim Americans: Social Inequality and Structured Integration”, Thematic Session, “Durable Inequality in American Islam,” Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal.
Prickett, P. J. (invited speaker) (16-2-2017). Houston Congregations Engaged: Efforts to End Local Poverty, Religion and Public Life Program, Rice University, Houston, TX.