Peer Reviewed Research:

Kalbfeld, Jessica Rose. “Dispersing the Critical Cloud: Critical Mass and Affirmative Action.” Conditional accept at Law and Society Review.

Jones, Taylor*, Jessica Rose 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 Rose Kalbfeld*. 2019. “Complaining while Black: The Adjudication of Complaints against the Chicago Police.” City & Community. Early View.

*equal contribution

Academica Manuscripts in Progress:

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

Kalbfeld, Jessica Rose, Taylor Jones, Ryan Hancock, and Robin Clark. “African American English in the Criminal Justice Linguistic Marketplace: Court Reporter as Street Level Bureaucrat.”

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

Greenberg, David and Jessica Rose 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, American Society of Criminology, San Francisco (upcoming)

  • 2019, Law and Society Association, Washington, D.C.

“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