Pascale, Celine-Marie. Why the Language We Use to Talk About Inequality, Power and Class Matters. Inequality.Org, July 1.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. “Affordable housing in the US is increasingly scarce, making renters ask: Where do we go?” The Conversation, March 14.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. Living on the Edge Excerpt, Resilience.org. January 11.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. Fascism and the Cannibalization of Democratic Institutions. The January 6 Insurrection: One Year Later. College of Arts & Sciences News. January 6
Pascale, Celine-Marie. The Past Doesn’t Stay Behind Us. Language, Discourse & Society. 9:2:9.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. “The federal poverty line struggles to capture the economic hardship that half of Americans face.” The Conversation, Nov. 10.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. “Full-Time Work Is Not Enough For Millions Of Americans. We Need To Talk About It.” Huffington Post, Oct. 23.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. “Joe Manchin Is the One with an “Entitlement Mentality” In These Times, Oct. 21.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. Why the federal poverty line doesn’t begin to tell the story of poverty in the U.S. Los Angeles Times, Sept. 24.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2019. The Weaponization of language: Discourses of rising right-wing authoritariansim. Current Sociology Review, 76:6:989-917.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2018. “Epistemology & Moral Economies of Difference: Transforming Social Research.” International Journal in Critical Diversity Studies. 1:1:45-57.
Pascale, Celine-Marie and Catherine Schaeff. 2018. “Juniper Subtle Energy Healing: A Case Study.” Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. 14:6:424-429.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2018. Textual Analysis and Social Science: A Case Study of Discourses of Risk in U.S. Media Coverage of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Disaster. SAGE Research Methods.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2017. Qualitative Textual Analysis of Interviews and Media. Master Class in Discourse Analysis for Social Sciences. Webinar Series, International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta. November 16. With 300 participants from around the globe, this was the largest webinar given by IIQM to date.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2016. Vernacular Epistemologies of Risk: The Crisis in Fukushima. Current Sociology 65:1:3-20.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2016. Discourses of the North Atlantic: Epistemology & Hegemony. Qualitative Inquiry. 22(4): 219-227
Pascale, Celine-Marie and Chanda Cook. 2015. “Language Culture & Power: U.S. Language Policy.” Z Magazine 28:7/8. 45-49.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2011. “Epistemology & the Politics of Knowledge” Pp. 154-165 in Sociological Routes and Political Roots, a Sociological Review Monograph edited by Michaela Benson and Rolland Munro
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2010. “Horizontes de posibilidad.” Barataria: Revista Castellano-Manchega de Ciencias, 11:31-39.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2009. “Commonsense, Gender, and the Politics of Queer Visibility” Pp. 39-59 in Advances in Gender Research, Vol. 13, edited by Marcia Segal and Vasilikie Demos. U.K.: Emerald Publishing Group, Ltd.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2009. “Emerging Landscapes in Social Research: Comments on Nigel Fielding, Postmodern Thought and Social Research.” Current Sociology, 57, 3: 449-455.
Beran, Katie and Celine-Marie Pascale. 2009. “Nowhere to Fall: Facing the Economic Crisis in the U.S.” Z-Magazine 22:10:31-34
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2008. “Common Sense and the Collaborative Production of Class.” Cultural Sociology, 2(3): 345-367.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2008. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(5):723-741.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2008. “The Specter of Whiteness.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 30: 167-181.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2005. “There’s No Place Like Home: The Discursive Creation of Homelessness,” Cultural Studies<-> Critical Methodologies, 5:2:250-268.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 2001. “All In A Day’s Work: A Feminist Analysis of Class Formation and Social Identity,” Race, Gender, and Class, 8, 2:34-59.
Pascale, Celine-Marie and Candace West. 1997. “Social Illusions: Homelessness and Public Policy,” Perspectives on Social Problems, 9: 3-29.
Pascale, Celine-Marie. 1995. “Normalizing Poverty.” Z Magazine, 8:38-42 (Reprinted in four editions of Experiencing Race Class and Gender in the United States.)