Refereed Journal Articles
- 2012. “Women’s Pathways Into Activism: Rethinking the Women’s Environmental Justice Narrative in California’s San Joaquin Valley.” Organization & Environment, 25(1):76-94. (Winner of the 2011 Graduate Student Paper Competition for the Conflict, Social Action and Change Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems)
- 2011. Perkins, Tracy and Julie Sze. “Images from the Central Valley.” Boom: A Journal of California 1(1):70-80.
- 2015. “On Becoming a Public Sociologist: Amplifying Women’s Voices in the Quest for Environmental Justice.” Pp. 88-92 in Sociologists in Action on Inequalities: Race, Class and Gender edited by S. K. White, J. M. White and K. O. Korgen. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.
- 2012. Review of Kivalina: A Climate Change Story in Race, Gender and Class, 19(1-2)177-179.
- Forthcoming. Perkins, Tracy and Lindsey Dillon. “‘Waste-to-Energy’ or ‘Incinerators in Disguise?’ Waste Debates in the Salad Bowl of the World.” Critical Sustainabilities: Analyzing Competing Discourses of Urban Development in Northern California, Miriam Greenberg (ed). Funded by the Humanities Research Institute, University of California.
- Forthcoming. “The Environmental Justice Legacy of the United Farm Workers of America: Stories from the Birthplace of Industrial Agriculture.” Tales of Hope and Caution in Environmental Justice, Paul Hirt, Sally Kitch, and Joni Adamson (eds.). The Consortium for Humanities Centers and Institutes “Networking the Global Humanities: Humanities for the Environment,” funded by the Mellon Foundation.
- 2008. “On the Frontlines of the Environmental Justice Movement,” REALEYES (7):19-22.
- 2005. “More Than Profit,” LEISA Magazine 21(2):12-13. (reprinted in Spanish, French and English for regional versions of Low External Input Sustainable Agriculture Magazine).
- 2003. “Trip for Trash,” Terrain, fall:34 .
- 2003. “When Big Oil Lives Next Door,” Terrain, fall:11.
- 2003. ”Showdown at Freshwater Creek,” Terrain, summer:15.