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Type Publication Year Author Title Topics Publisher Page UT Library
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Barriers to Postpartum Contraception in Texas and Pregnancy within Two Years of Delivery Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Weekend working: A Retrospective Cohort Study of Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes in a Large NHS Delivery Unit Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 Aiken, Abigail R.A. High Hopes versus Harsh Realities: The Population Impact of Emergency Contraceptive Pills Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Requests for Abortion in Latin America Related to Concern About Zika Virus Exposure Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 von Hippel, Paul An education gradient in health, a health gradient in education, or a confounded gradient in both? Healthcare and Health Policy publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2016 von Hippel, Paul From kindergarten through second grade, children’s obesity prevalence grows only during summer vacations Healthcare and Health Policy
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel As Summer Ends, Tensions Remain High Between Black Community and Police Criminal Justice, Inequality, Public Safety publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel The Martin Luther King That America and Obama Ignore History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Obama’s Legacy: Some initially heralded his victory as the arrival of a ‘post-racial’ America History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Obama is chipping away at the ‘New Jim Crow’. But more needs to be done. Inequality, Politics and the Policy Process, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel The Many Meanings of a Fist History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Commentary: What made Muhammad Ali ‘unforgivably black’ History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Op-Ed 2016 Joseph, Peniel Joseph: Muhammad Ali helped make black power into a global brand History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Bill Clinton Speaking at Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Is the Corporate Co-Optation of an Icon History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Stokely Carmichael’s call for ‘Black Power’ spoke real truth to a flawed nation Inequality, Social Welfare, Urban Affairs and City Management publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel 50 Years Ago Stokely Carmichael Called for ‘Black Power,’ Galvanizing a Movement History, Strategy and Statecraft, Inequality, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Hillary Clinton’s Speech May Finally Start That Long-Overdue Conversation on Race Inequality, Politics and the Policy Process, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel Clinton Continues to Take Voters of Color for Granted Inequality, Politics and the Policy Process, Social Welfare publisher's link
Op-Ed 2016 Joseph, Peniel What’s fueling the Republican fury Inequality, Politics and the Policy Process, Social Welfare publisher's link
Commentary 2016 Joseph, Peniel The voters Clinton needs to win over Inequality, Politics and the Policy Process, Social Welfare publisher's link