Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Forthcoming. Natascia Boeri. “Challenging the Gendered Entrepreneurial Subject: Gender, Development, and the Informal Economy in India.” Gender & Society.
2016. Natascia Boeri. “Technology and Society as Embedded: An Alternative Framework for ICT and Development.” Media, Culture & Society, 38(1):107-118.
2014. Natascia Boeri. “‘It Is My Responsibility’: Women Home-Based Workers and the Value of Paid and Unpaid Work.” AARSI: Journal of Social Reflection (India), 2(1):135-148.
2013. Nicholas Freudenberg, Luis Manzo, Hollie L. Jones, Lorraine Mongiello, Natascia Boeri, and Patricia Lamberson. “Promoting the Health of Young Adults in Urban Public Universities: A Case Study from City University of New York.” Journal of American College Health, 61(7):422-430.
2009. Miriam Williams Boeri and Natascia Boeri. “Intergenerational Memories of Life in a Cult: A Life Course Analysis.” Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 3(2):79-90.
2016. Janet Gornick and Natascia Boeri. “Gender and Poverty” in The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty, edited by David Brady and Linda M. Burton. New York: Oxford University Press.
Contributions to Reports
2012. SEWA Academy. “Economic and Social Impacts of Kaushalya Kendra Skill Development Courses for Women and Adolescent Girls.” Ahmedabad, India: SEWA Research Academy.
2016. Natascia Boeri. “No One Will Let Her Live: Women’s Struggle for Well-Being in a Delhi Slum” (by Claire Snell-Rood). Gender & Society, 30(6):998–1000.
2013. Boeri, Natascia. “Dead Ringers: How Outsourcing is Changing the Way Indians Understand Themselves” (by Shehzad Nadeem). Social Problems Forum, 44:3.