Hackett, K., Hayduk, R., and Tomashiro Folla, D. (In Press). “Forging Immigrant Political Engagement: Participatory Budgeting in Queens”. In Immigrant Crossroads: Globalization, Incorporation, and Place-Making in Queens, NY, edited by Tarry Hum, Ronald Hayduk, Francois Pierre-Louis and Michael Krasner. Temple  University Press. >>Read more about project>>

Hackett, K., Saegert, S., Dozier, D., and Marinova, M. (2018). Community land trusts: releasing possible selves through stable affordable housingHousing Studies, published online. >>Read more about project>>

Saegert, S., Hackett, K., Maor, E and Pryiomka, K. (In Press). Interrupting inequality through community land trusts: Collective goods and forms of capital accumulation. Submitted to Housing, Theory and Society>>Read more about project>>

Hayduk, R., Hackett, K., and Tomashira Folla, D. (2017). Immigrant Engagement in Participatory Budgeting in New York City, New Political Science, 39, 1, 76-94. >>Read more about project>>

Daniels, J, and Gold, M. with Anderson, S. M., Boy, J., Cahill, C., Gieseking, J. J., Gregory, K, Hackett, K., Knoblauch, F. L., Luttrell ,W., Matles, A., Mayorga, E., Negron W., Sherwood, E., Smith, S., Thistlewaite, P., Tucker, Z., (2014). The Inq13 POOC: A participatory experiment in open, collaborative teaching and learningJournal for Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. 

Fredricks, J. A., Hackett, K., & Bregman, A. (2010).  Participation in Boys and Girls Clubs: motivation and stage environment fit. Journal of Community Psychology, 38, 369-385. 

Hackett, Kristen, “Global Advertising and its Implications on the Concept of Spatial Identity: A Case Study of Urban Billboard Advertising in Tunis” (2008).  ISP Collection.  Paper 606.

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