Stephanie Bonnes

PhD 


Department of Sociology 

​University of Colorado, Boulder

​​The following is a list of selected publications, awards, fellowships, and grants. For a complete list, please refer to my CV.


PUBLICATIONS


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles


Bonnes, Stephanie. (2017) “The Bureaucratic Harassment of U.S. Servicewomen.” Gender & Society vol. 31, vol 6: 804-829. 

Bonnes, Stephanie and Janet Jacobs. (2017) “Gendered Representations of Apartheid: The Women's Jail Museum at Constitution Hill.” Museum and Society, vol. 15, no 2. 

Bonnes, Stephanie. (2016) “Power Differentials Among Married Couples in Malawi as Predictors for Likelihood of Physical and Emotional Intimate Partner Violence.” Violence and Victims vol. 31, no 1:51-70.  

Bonnes, Stephanie. (2013) “Gender and Racial Stereotyping in Rape Coverage: An Analysis of Rape Coverage in a South African Newspaper, Grocott’s Mail.” Feminist Media Studies, vol. 13, no. 2: 208-227.

Book Chapters

Eigenberg, Helen, Stephanie Bonnes, & Joanne Belknap. (2017) “Managing the Backlash,” in Catherine Kaukinen, Michelle Hughes Miller, & Ráchael Powers (Eds.) Addressing and Preventing Violence Against Women on College Campuses. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Bonnes, Stephanie & Phua, Voonchin. (2007) "Sex and Sexual Health" in Deriree Ciambrone and Voonchin Phua (Eds.) Experiencing Aging: A Social Gerontology Reader. Deer Park, NY: Linus Publications, Inc. 


AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS


2018 American Sociological Association's Sex and Gender Section's Sally Hacker Graduate Student Paper Award 


2018 University of Colorado, Boulder Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship ($11,672)

  • This fellowship provides outstanding PhD candidates with financial support to assist in the process of completing their doctoral dissertations. The fellowship consists of full support for one academic semester.


2017 American Society of Criminology’s Division on Women and Crime's Graduate Scholar Award

  • Recognizes the outstanding contributions of graduate students to the field women and crime, both in their published work and their service to the Division of Women & Crime.

2017 American Society of Criminology’s Division of Victimology’s Graduate Student Paper of the Year Award 


2017 University of Colorado, Boulder Betsy Moen “Walk the Talk” Award ($500)

  • Presented by the University of Colorado Feminists in Sociology to graduate students who seek to improve the lives of women through their teaching, research, and activism.


2017 University of Colorado, Boulder Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant Award, ($1,000) 

  • This grant is a competitive award to support the research, scholarship and creative work of graduate students from all departments.


2016 University of Colorado Department of Sociology Outstanding Research Paper Award  ($500)

  • Awarded to one graduate student annually and based on blinded review of single-authored graduate student papers.


2016 Sociologists for Women in Society's Cheryl Allyn Miller Early Career Award for outstanding contribution to the field of women and work ($1,000) 

  • The purpose of the award is to recognize a sociology graduate student or a recent doctorate whose research or activism constitutes an outstanding contribution to the field of women and work.


2016 University of Colorado, Boulder Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship ($10,806)

  • This fellowship provides outstanding PhD candidates with financial support to assist in the process of completing their doctoral dissertations. The fellowship consists of full support for one academic semester.


2016 University of Colorado Department of Sociology Dissertation Expense Award ($1,000)

  • This award is presented to an advanced graduate student in the Department of Sociology to cover dissertation research-related expenses.


2015 American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime's Larry J. Siegel Graduate Fellowship for the Study of Gender and Crime ($5,000)

  • This fellowship is given to support graduate student research on topics relating to gender and crime. 


2015  University of Colorado Department of Sociology Ralph and Barbara Dakin Award ($1,000) 

  • ​This honor is awarded to a CU Sociology graduate student whose outstanding scholarship contributes to peace, inter-cultural understanding, resolution of conflict, and/or amelioration of important social problems.