2017 McMillan Lequieu, Amanda. ““We made the choice to stick it out”: Negotiating a stable home in the rural, American Rust Belt.” Journal of Rural Studies, 53.
2015 McMillan Lequieu, Amanda. “Keeping the farm in the family name: Patrimonial narratives and negotiations among German-heritage farmers,” March 2015, Rural Sociology 80(1).
2018 with M. M. Bell. “Power, politics and rurality.” In Routledge Companion to Rural Planning. Eds. Mark Scott, Nick Gallent and Menelaos Gkartzios (Editors). Routledge: NY.
2017 Review of In the Blood: Understanding America’s Farm Families, by Robert Wuthnow, (Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ), Journal of American Studies 51(2).
Manuscripts in Preparation
2017 “From paternalism to precarity: Living the end of the blue-collar, middle-class.”
2017 “Deindustrialization, urban infrastructure decline, and environmental futures.”
Public Sociology projects
In preparation. Radio podcast on changes in Chicago’s former steel neighborhoods.
2017 The Thomas Fire Fans the Flames of Southern California’s Housing Crisis. Essay published on the Center for Culture, Nature, and Environment’s blog, Edge Effects.
2017 Love for Home in a Place Industry Left Behind. Radio podcast originally broadcast on WJMS AM Hurley, Wisconsin; rebroadcast on the Center for Culture, Nature, and Environment’s blog, Edge Effects.
2016 Oral History recording project and display, during the Iron County Heritage Festival, Iron County, Wisconsin. Funded by Reilly Baldwin foundation, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2014 Tastes of Home: Food and Familiarity. Essay published on the Center for Culture, Nature, and Environment’s blog, Edge Effects.