Professor of Sociology
ACCESS Arab American Research Initiative awarded by Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (Principal Investigator). 2016 to 2018
Thriving after Surviving: Strategies for Improving Muslim Refugee Student Outcomes awarded by William T Grant Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2018
Caregiving and Flourishing Mental Health awarded by St. Louis University (Investigator). 2016 to 2018
Challenges and Prospects for Disaggregating Health Data among Whites awarded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2016 to 2017
Rieker, PP, and Read, JG. "The Health Gender Gap: A Constrained Choice Explanation. A Constrained Choice Explanation." The Psychology of Gender and Health: Conceptual and Applied Global Concerns. January 4, 2017. 85-118. Full Text
Read, J, and Cainkar, L. "Gender, Culture, and Arab Health." A Biopsychosocial Approach to Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Development and Health. Ed. S Nassar-McMillan, J Hakim-Larson, and K Ajrouch. Springer, 2012. 155-191.
Read, JNG, and Reynolds, M. "Gender and Health among U.S. Immigrants." Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections. Ed. P Fernandez-Kelly and A Portes. Routledge, 2012. 82-109.
Read, JNG, and Eagle, D. "Intersecting Identities: Religion and Gender among Arab Americans." Religion and Inequality. Ed. L Keister and D Sherkat. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
"Religion, family, and women's employment among Muslim and Christian Arab Americans." Religion, Families, and Health: Population-Based Research in the United States. December 1, 2010. 206-225.
Read, JNG, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and Health Revisited." The Handbook of the Sociology of Health, Illness, & Healing: Blueprint for the 21st Century. 2010.
Read, JNG. "The Diversity of the New Immigrant Religious Populations." Faith, Politics & Press in Our Perilous Times. Ed. S Burgard. Kendall/Hunt, 2010. 101-117.
Read, J. "The Effects of Post-9/11 Discrimination on Arab-American Racial Identity." From Invisibility to Visibility: The Racialization of Arab Americans Before and After September 11th. Ed. N Naber and A Jamal. Syracuse University Press, 2008.
Read, J. "Religion and Women’s Employment Over Life Course: A Comparison of Christian and Muslim Arab Americans." Religion, Families, and Health in the United States: New Directions for Population-Based Research. Ed. R Hummer and CG Ellison. Rutgers University Press, 2008.
Read, JNG, Ajrouch, KJ, and West, JS. "Disparities in functional disability among Arab Americans by nativity, immigrant arrival cohort, and country of birth(Accepted)." Ssm Population Health 7 (April 2019): 100325-100325. Full Text
Read, JG, and Smith, PB. "Gender and national origin differences in healthcare utilization among U.S. Immigrants from Mexico, China, and India." Ethnicity & Health 23.8 (November 2018): 867-883. Full Text
Eagle, D, Keister, LA, and Read, JNG. "Household Charitable Giving at the Intersection of Gender, Marital Status, and Religion." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 47.1 (February 2018): 185-205. Full Text Open Access Copy
Read, JG, Porter, JR, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and the Mental-Physical Health Connection Among U.S. Adults." Sociological Forum 31.4 (December 2016): 1104-1125. Full Text
Reynolds, MM, Chernenko, A, and Read, JG. "Region of origin diversity in immigrant health: Moving beyond the Mexican case." Social Science & Medicine (1982) 166 (October 2016): 102-109. Full Text
Hussain, S, and Read, JNG. "Islamic schools in the United States and England: Implications for integration and social cohesion." Social Compass 62.4 (December 2015): 556-569. Full Text
Varughese, S, Read, JG, Al-Khal, A, Abo Salah, S, El Deeb, Y, and Cameron, PA. "Effectiveness of the Middle East respiratory syndrome-coronavirus protocol in enhancing the function of an Emergency Department in Qatar." European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine 22.5 (October 2015): 316-320. Full Text
Read, JG. "Gender, Religious Identity, and Civic Engagement among Arab Muslims in the United States." Sociology of Religion 76.1 (January 1, 2015): 30-48. Full Text
Read, JG, Varughese, S, and Cameron, PA. "Determinants of non-urgent Emergency Department attendance among females in Qatar." Qatar Medical Journal 2014.2 (December 2014): 16-16. Full Text
Read, J. "Gender and Middle Eastern Health: A New Immigrant Case." Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Detroit. 2009.
Read, J. "Religion and Identity Politics among Blacks and Whites." annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. San Francisco. 2009.
Read, J. "Reproducing Inequality? Female Education in Arab-American Families." annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Philadelphia. 2005.
Read, J. "Bridge or Barrier? Religious Identity and the Civic Incorporation of Muslim and Christian Arab Americans." annual meetings of the Association for the Sociology of Religion. Philadelphia. 2005.
Read, J. "Reason to Remain Hopeful." Social Science Research Council Immanent Frame (2009).
Read, J. "Muslims seen as outsiders." Philadelphia Inquirer (2009).
Read, J. "Movement in the Right Direction." Social Science Research Council Immanent Frame (2009).
Read, J. "Are U.S. Muslims Un-American." Raleigh News & Obsever, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Detroit Free Press, Des Moines (November 2008).
Read, J. "U.S. Muslims could Swing the Vote." Philadelphia Inquirer, Raleigh News & Obsever, and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (October 2008).