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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

2018. Natascia Boeri. “Challenging the Gendered Entrepreneurial Subject: Gender, Development, and the Informal Economy in India.Gender & Society, (32)2:157–179.

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.

Book Chapters

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.

Book Reviews

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.