JENNIFER JOHNSON-HANKS née Johnson-Kuhn. Curriculum vitae, July PDF

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JENNIFER JOHNSON-HANKS née Johnson-Kuhn Curriculum vitae, July 2016 Departments of Sociology and Demography University of California Berkeley 2232 Piedmont Avenue Berkeley, CA CHRONOLOGY OF POSITIONS (UC Berkeley unless specified) 2013-pres. Associate Dean of Social Sciences 2011-pres. Co-Director, then Director, NIH Training Grant in Demography 2007-pres. Associate to Full Professor, Department of Sociology 2000-pres. Assistant, Associate, to Full Professor, Department of Demography Professor, Department of Anthropology, UT Austin EDUCATION 2000 Ph.D., Anthropology, Northwestern University M.A., Anthropology, Northwestern University (Honors) 1994 B.A., Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley (Highest Honors in Anthropology and in General Scholarship) 1991 Abitur, Gymnasium in den Pfarrwiesen, Sindelfingen, Germany RESEARCH AREAS Culture and population, intentions and social action, risk and uncertainty, history of population thought, sub-saharan Africa, gender, family, fertility, lifecourse. FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS & HONORS 2015 The Astor Lecture in Human Sciences, Oxford University Presidential Chairs Fellow, UC Berkeley 2013 Big Ideas Course Development Grant, UC Berkeley (jointly with Leslea Hlusko, Integrative Biology) 2012 Otis Dudley Duncan Award (Given by the Population Section of the American Sociological Association) for Understanding Family Change and Variation. Johnson-Hanks, page National Institute of Child Health and Development Career Development Award (K01) Summer Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences Summer Institute on Emotion and Decision Hellman Family Fund Grant in Aid of Research ($29,000) 2002 UC Berkeley Career Development Grant (1 semester leave-in-residence) 2002 France-Berkeley Fund Collaborative Conference Award ($9,800; awarded jointly with Nathalie Picard-Tortorici) 1999 Spencer Foundation Doctoral Dissertation ($20,000 awarded; $3,800 accepted) 1999 Population Council Dissertation Fellowship ($16,200) 1998 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Small Grant ($5000) 1997 Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Research Fellowship ($15,000) 1997 National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant ($10,325) 1997 J. William Fulbright Fellowship (declined for medical reasons) 1995 Research Internship, Committee on Population, National Research Council National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship Jacob K. Javitz Graduate Student Fellowship in the Humanities (declined in favor of the NSF, above) 1994 Phi Beta Kappa, University of California, Berkeley NIH GRANTS Interdisciplinary Training in Demography. NICHD T32HD, Principal Investigator. ($1.6M Direct Costs, Approved by Council, Disbursement Pending). Interdisciplinary Training in Demography. NICHD 5T32HD007275, Principal Investigator ; Co-PI ($1.5M Direct Costs). Reproductive Intentions and Actions in West Africa. Principal Investigator, K01 HD ($525k direct costs). Designing New Models for Explaining Family Change and Variation. Principal Investigator: S. Philip Morgan, NICHD contract # RFP NICHD ($3.3M direct costs), Role: Collaborator Johnson-Hanks, page 3 PUBLICATIONS Books and edited collections Smith, Daniel and Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, eds Population and Development: Comparative Anthropological Perspectives. Special Issue of the journal Studies in Comparative International Development. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer, Christine Bachrach, S. Philip Morgan, and Hans-Peter Kohler Understanding Family Change and Variation: Structure, Conjuncture, and Action. Springer Verlag. *Winner of the 2012 Otis Dudley Duncan Award Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Uncertain Honor: Modern Motherhood in an African Crisis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Bledsoe, Caroline, John Casterline, Jennifer Johnson-Kuhn and John Haaga, eds Critical Perspectives on Schooling and Fertility in the Developing World. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Articles and chapters Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer (forthcoming). African History and Big Data. The Journal of African History. Root, Leslie and Jennifer Johnson-Hanks (forthcoming). Gender, Honor, and Aggregate Fertility. American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer (forthcoming) Vital Conjunctures Revisited. Chapter 11 in: Kreager et al., eds. Structure and Conjuncture in the Study of Fertility. Oxford University Press. Smith, Daniel and Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, eds Introduction to Population and Development: Comparative Anthropological Perspectives. Special Issue of the journal Studies in Comparative International Development. 50(4): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Populations are Composed One Event at a Time. In Population in the Human Sciences: Concepts, Models, Evidence. Philip Kreager, Bruce Winney, Stanley Ulijaszek, and Cristian Capelli, eds. Oxford University Press. Pp Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Waiting for the start: flexibility and the question of convergence. In Ethnographies of Youth and Temporality: Time Objectified. Anne Line Dalsgård, Martin Demant Frederiksen, Susanne Højlund and Lotte Meinert, eds. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Pp Rocca, Corinne, Alan Hubbard, Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, Nancy Padian and Alexandra Minnis Predictive Ability and Stability of Reproductive Intentions: A Longitudinal Analysis of Adolescents in a Predominantly Latino Community. Studies in Family Planning. 41(3): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Demographic Transitions and Modernity Annual Review of Anthropology. 37: Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Women on the Market: Marriage, Consumption and the Internet in Urban Cameroon. American Ethnologist. 34(4): Johnson-Hanks, page 4 Republished in Hodgson, Dorothy, Ed The Gender, Culture, and Power Reader. Oxford University Press. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Natural Intentions: Fertility Decline in the African Demographic and Health Surveys. American Journal of Sociology. 112(4): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer What Kind of Theory for Demographic Anthropology? Demographic Research. 16(1):1-26. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer On the Politics and Practice of Muslim Fertility: Comparative Evidence from West Africa. Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 20(1): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer When the Future Decides: Uncertainty and Intentional Action in Contemporary Cameroon. Current Anthropology. 46(3): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Uncertainty and the Second Space: Modern Birth Timing and the Dilemma of Education. European Journal of Population. 20(4): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Ethnicity, Education and Reproductive Practice in Contemporary Cameroon. Population. 58(2): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer The Modernity of Traditional Contraception. Population and Development Review. 28(2): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer On the Limits of the Life Cycle in Ethnography: Toward a Theory of Vital Conjunctures. American Anthropologist 104(3): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer The Lesser Shame: Adolescent Abortion in Cameroon. Social Science and Medicine 55(8): Bledsoe, Caroline, Jennifer Johnson-Kuhn and John Haaga Introduction. In Critical Perspectives on Schooling and Fertility in the Developing World, C. Bledsoe et al., eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. pp Encyclopedia entries, reviews, and grey literature Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Demographic Anthropology. International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley Press. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Contemporary Notes on Political Arithmetic (Review of Prouver et gouverner : une analyse politique des statistiques publiques, by Alain Desrosières). European Journal of Sociology. 56(3): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Fertility Transition: Cultural Explanations. In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 9. Oxford: Elsevier. Pp Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Review of Religion and AIDS in Africa (by J. Trinitapoli and A. Weinreb). Studies in Family Planning. 43(4): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Review of The Secret: Love, Marriage, and HIV (by J. Hirsch et al.) Studies in Family Planning. 41(4): Johnson-Hanks, page 5 Bachrach, C, S.P. Morgan, H-P. Kohler, and J. Johnson-Hanks Variation and Change in Parenthood In Designing New Models for Explaining Family Change and Variation, S. Philip Morgan et al., eds. Bathesda, MD: National Institutes of Health. Pp Morgan, S.P., C. Bachrach, J. Johnson-Hanks, H-P. Kohler Theory Development by Parenthood Group: A Theory of Conjunctural Action In Designing New Models for Explaining Family Change and Variation, S. Philip Morganet al., eds. Bathesda, MD: National Institutes of Health. Pp Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Stories from the Life: Review of Hustling is Not Stealing (by J. Chernoff), Current Anthropology. 46(5): Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer Review of Demography in the Age of the Postmodern (by N. Riley and J. McCarthy), Population and Development Review, 29(4): Johnson-Kuhn, Jennifer Nigeria and Ghana, Pp and , in Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year, Chicago, Ill: Britannica. In preparation and under review Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer. Fertile Numbers: On the Reproduction of Social Facts. Book manuscript in preparation (5 of 6 chapters drafted). Weinreb, Alexander and Jennifer Johnson-Hanks. Alliance and Allegiance: Fertility in the long shadow of World War II. Under Review. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer. When the Wages of Sin are Death: Premarital Sex and Infant Mortality in Africa. Under review for a collection on Gender and Demography, edited by Nancy Riley and Jan Brunson. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer; Edward Miguel and Joan Hamory. Stability and Predictive Ability of Reproductive Intentions in Western Kenya. In preparation. Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer and Leslie Root. If All We Knew About Gender Was What We Read in Demography Journals, What Would We Know? In preparation. PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS Invited lectures (usually minutes) 2016 Restless Denominators. Paper presented at the California Center for Population Research, UCLA, January 13; the Office of Population Research, Princeton University, March 1; the Center for Research on Inequalities and the Life Course, Yale University, March 3; and the Broom Center for Population, UC Santa Barbara, April Aggregation Problems. Paper presented at the Department of Sociology, Oxford University (UK), May 13. When The Wages of Sin are Death : Premarital Sex and Infant Mortality in Africa. The Astor Lecture, Institute of Human Sciences. Oxford University (UK), May 11. Johnson-Hanks, page 6 Vital Conjunctures Revisited plenary address at the conference Vital Conjunctures: Gender in a time of Uncertainty, University of Leipzig (Germany), March Alliance and Allegiance: Fertility in the long shadow of World War II. Paper presented at Cedeplar, Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil), August 7. Des dynamiques familiales aux actions structurées: les rapports à l enfant en Afrique. Paper presented at the Institut Nationale d études démographiques, Paris (France), February The Theory of Conjunctural Action. Paper presented at the Carolina Population Center, UNC Chapel Hill, December 6. Aggregation Problems. Paper presented at the Population Center at the University of Michigan, March Heart s Reasons: Fertility Theory after Rational Choice. paper presented at the Center for Population Dynamics, Arizona State University, February Boredom, flexibility, and the question of convergence. paper presented at the Department of Anthropology, University of Arhus (Denmark). June Aggregation Problems. Paper presented at the Population Research Initiative Colloquium, The Ohio State University, March 30; the Department of Sociology UC Berkeley, October 11; and the Population Studies Colloquium, University of Colorado Boulder, November Aggregation Problems. Paper presented at the Carolina Population Center, UNC Chapel Hill. February 6 and a Joint meeting of the Department of Anthropology and the Population Research Center, UT Austin. September Demographic Transition and Modernity, Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin, March 26 and joint session of DemSem and U. Wisconsin at Madison, April When the Wages of Sin are Death: Sexual Stigma and Infant Mortality in sub-saharan Africa. Department of Sociology, UC Irvine. February 21 and the Neyman Lecture Series, Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley. February 28. On Marriage and the Market, Department of Anthropological Sciences, Stanford University. February Natural Intentions: Fertility Decline in the African Demographic and Health Surveys. Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, December 4, Approaches to the Integration of Institutions, Culture, and Demographic Rates, Successful Societies Seminar, Canadian Institute of Advanced Research, Toronto, October 28. On Marriage and the Market, Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin, April 17. Johnson-Hanks, page The Changing Cultural Demography of Marriage in Cameroon. Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University, February 22 and the Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, March The Heart s Reasons: Fertility Studies after Rational Choice. Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, November 8. Reproductive Intentions and Fertility Change in Contemporary Africa. Office for Population Research, Princeton University, September Women in and on the Market: Marriage, Consumption and the Internet in Urban Cameroon Center on Everyday Lives of Families (CELF), UCLA, October 15. «Les intentions reproductives et la fécondité : quels sont les liens?» l Institut Nationale de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale, Paris, May 28, and l Unité d Enseignement et de Recherche en Démographie, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, June Uncertainty and the Second Birth Colloquium series of the Department of Sociology, UC Berkeley. October The Vital Conjuncture. Department of Anthropology, UC Berkeley, October On the Modernity of Traditional Contraception, UC Berkeley African Studies Lecture Series, October 10, and in the Bay Area Colloquium on Population, November 2. The Lesser Shame: Schoolgirl Abortion and Honorable Entry into Motherhood, Department of Population and Family Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, March The Lesser Shame: Schoolgirl Abortion and Honorable Entry into Motherhood, Department of Demography, UC Berkeley, December 4. Reconsidering the Education-Fertility Correlation from a Cultural Perspective. Center for Demography and Ecology, U. Wisconsin at Madison, July 6. From Life Cycle to Vital Conjuncture in Beti Biography, Colloquium Series, Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University, April 22. Conference presentations (generally minutes) 2016 Fertility and Time: An essay in honor Ron Lee, IUSSP Laureate Panel at the Population Association of American Annual Meeting, March 31-April 2, Washington DC. Invited commentary on the panels New Evidence of Fertility Transitions and Reproductive Health Research and Policy in the United States, at the Population Association of American Annual Meeting, March 31-April 2, Washington DC. Johnson-Hanks, page Invited commentary on the panel Reproductive Health and Fertility over Time, Population Association of American Annual Meeting. April 30-May 2, San Diego, CA Discussant at the closed workshop Population & Development: Anthropological Perspectives. Brown University, March Allegiance and Alliance: Low fertility in the low shadow of WWII (with Alex Weinreb). Population Association of American Annual Meeting. May 1-3, Boston, MA Invited speaker in the IUSSP Plenary Session, How families will change in the next 20 years. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, August 26-31, Busan (South Korea). Allegiance and Alliance: Low fertility in the low shadow of WWII (with Alex Weinreb). International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, August 26-31, Busan, South Korea Invited Critic for the book Religion and AIDS in Africa (by J. Trinitapoli and A. Weinreb). Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Phoenix, AZ. Nov Invited Critic for the book Sex before the Sexual Revolution (by S. Szreter and K. Fisher). Social Science History Association Annual Meeting. Vancouver. Nov. 1-3 Invited discussant on the panel Fertility Intentions. Population Association of American Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA May 3-5. Invited discussant at the Mini-Conference on Marriage Patterns, Union Stability, and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa. San Francisco, CA May Populations are composed one event at a time. Paper presented at the invited conference Population in the Human Sciences. Oxford University (England). The stability and predictive ability of fertility intentions in western Kenya (with Edward Miguel). Population Association of American Annual Meeting. Washington D.C., March 31-April 2. Invited discussant on the panel Contraceptive Choices in Context. Population Association of American Annual Meeting. Washington D.C., March 31-April Invited commentary on the panel Reproductive Risks: Complications, Side-Effects and Infertility in Africa. Population Association of America Annual Meetings. Dallas, TX. April We know we don t know: doubt, denominators, and infertility rates at the CDC. Invited conference on the Anthropology of Doubt, Ascona, Switzerland. May Invited commentary on the panel Demography with a Gender Lens, Population Association of America Annual Meetings. Detroit, April 30-May 2. Johnson-Hanks, page Aggregation problems. American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings. San Francisco, CA, Nov Invited commentary on the panels Fertility Intentions and Behavior and Ideational Influences on Fertility and Reproductive Health, Population Association of America Annual Meetings. New York, NY. March Theories of Natural Reproduction, American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings. San Jose, CA. November Invited panelist, New Approaches to Family Change and Variation, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada. August Invited commentary on the panel Theoretical Perspectives on the Changing Meaning of Marriage. Cornell Evolving Family Conference. Ithaca, NY, April 7-8. Invited commentary on the panel Religion and Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa. Population Association of America Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, March 30-April 1. Managing Natural Reproduction, Population Association of America Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, March 30-April Sexual Stigma and Infant Mortality in sub-saharan Africa International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, General Conference Meeting. Tours (France), July Now the Woman Cooks and the Man Just Eats: The Changing Cultural Demography of Marriage in Cameroon. Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 31-April 2. Commentary on the panel Experimental Methods in Demographic Research. Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 31-April Invited commentary on the panel Cross-National Perspectives on Fertility and Reproduction. American Sociological Association Annual Meetings. San Francisco, CA. August Sexual Stigma and Infant Mortality in Africa. Population Association of America Annual Meetings. Boston, April 1-3. Reproductive Intentions and Fertility Decline in sub-saharan Africa. (with Sarah Walchuk) Population Association of America Annual Meetings I am a Modern Girl : Representation, Reproduction, and the Internet in Urban West Africa American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago. November «La fécondité naturelle: existe-t-elle en Afrique?» The France-Berkeley Conference at l Institut Nationale d Etudes Démographiques, Paris. May Johnson-Hanks, page 10 Education, Fertility Decline, and Birth Timing in sub-saharan Africa. Population Association of America Annual Meetings. Minneapolis, MN, May Future Causes and Uncertainty in Southern Cameroon. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans. November Units of Analysis in the Study of African Fertility. Population Association of America Annual Meetings. Atlanta, GA. May 'Modern Girls', Pi
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