Peer Reviewed Research:

Jones, Taylor*, Jessica Kalbfeld*, Ryan Hancock, and Robin Clark. 2019. “Testifying while Black: An Experimental Study of Court Reporter Transcription Accuracy for African American English.” Language. Vol 95. Iss. 2.

Faber, Jacob* and Jessica Kalbfeld*. “Complaining while Black: The Adjudication of Complaints against the Chicago Police.” To appear in City and Community, June 2019.

*co-first authorship

Academic Manuscripts Under Review:

Kalbfeld, Jessica. “Dispersing the Critical Cloud: Critical Mass and Affirmative Action.” R&R at Law and Society Review.

Academica Manuscripts in Progress:

Kalbfeld, Jessica. “Neighborhood Whitening and the Implementation of Stop, Question, and Frisk.”

Hailey, Chantal, Jacob Faber, Jessica Kalbfeld, and Joscha Legewie. “Acute Effect of Neighborhood-level Exposure to Police Stops on Educational Performance.”

Greenberg, David and Jessica Kalbfeld. “Policing New York: The Allocation of Police Resources 1988-2012.”

 

Invited Talks:

“Testifying While Black: Miscomprehension of African American English in the Court Room” (with Taylor Jones, Ryan Hancock, and Dr. Robin Clark)

  • 2018, NCSU Sociolinguistic Brown Bag, Raleigh

  • 2015, NYU Social Perception, Action, and Motivation Lab, NYC

 

Conference Presentations:

“Social Distance in Spatial Proximity: The Case of Low-Level Policing in Changing Urban Neighborhoods”

  • 2019, American Sociological Association, New York, NY (upcoming)

“Testifying While Black Revisited: Court Reporter (Mis)transcription of African American English” (with Taylor Jones)

  • 2019, Law and Society Association, Washington, D.C. (upcoming)

“Testifying While Black: Miscomprehension of African American English in the Court Room” (with Taylor Jones, Ryan Hancock, and Dr. Robin Clark)

  • 2017, Linguistics Society of America, Austin

“Neighborhood Context and Policing in Proximity to Public Housing.”

  • 2018, Law and Society Association, Toronto

  • 2018, American Society of Criminology, Atlanta

 

“Acute Effect of Neighborhood-level Exposure to Police Stops on Educational Performance.” (with Chantal Hailey, Dr. Jacob Faber, and Dr. Joscha Legewie)

  • 2018, American Sociological Association, Philadelphia

  • 2018, Population Association of America, Denver

  • 2018, NYU Crime, Law, and Deviance Workshop, New York City

  • 2017, Association of Black Sociologists, Montreal

 

“Neighborhood Whitening and the Implementation of Stop, Question, and Frisk”

  • 2018, American Sociological Association, Philadelphia

  • 2015, Law and Society Association, Seattle

  • 2014, American Society of Criminology, San Francisco

  • 2014, NYU Crime, Law, and Deviance Workshop, New York City

 

“Dispersing the Critical Cloud: Critical Mass and Affirmative Action”

  • 2017, American Sociological Association, Montreal

 

“Complaining While Black: The Adjudication of Complaints Against Chicago Police” (with Dr. Jacob Faber)

  • 2017, American Sociological Association, Montreal

  • 2016, American Society of Criminology, New Orleans

 

“Policing New York: The Allocation of Police Resources 1988-2012” (with Dr. David Greenberg)

  • 2016, American Society of Criminology, New Orleans

 

“The Racialization of Broken Windows”

  • 2016, Law and Society Association, New Orleans

  • 2016, American Sociological Association, Seattle

 

“Telling Secrets to Strangers: Exploring Participation in an Anonymous Posting App” (with Dr. Sarah Cowan)

  • 2015, Eastern Sociology Society, New York City