Publications and Papers Under Review

Scholarly Articles, Book Chapters, and Briefing Papers

Torres, Stacy. 2016. “Gender, Aging, and Ageism.The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Gerson, Kathleen and Stacy Torres. 2015. “Changing Family Patterns and Family Life.” Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Torres, Stacy. Spring 2014. “Aging Women, Living Poorer.” Contexts 13: 72-74.

Gerson, Kathleen (with Stacy Torres). 2012. “Families and Family Life,” Chapter 13 in The Sociology Project: Introducing the Sociological Imagination. Richard Arum, Lynne Haney and Jeff Manza (Eds). New York: Pearson.

Klinenberg, Eric, Stacy Torres, and Elena Portacolone. 2012. “Aging Alone in America.” New York: Council on Contemporary Families Briefing Paper (May).

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “Aging, Gran Torino-Style.” Contexts 9: 66-68.

Under Review

“Where Everybody May Not Know Your Name: The Importance of Elastic Ties.” Under Revision.

– Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Aging and the Life Course Section
– Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Community and Urban Sociology Section
– Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Sociology of the Family Section

“‘For a Younger Crowd’: Place, Belonging, and Exclusion among Older Adults Facing Neighborhood Change.” Under Review.

In Progress

“Old Women as a ‘Series’: Including Age in Intersectional Analyses of Gender.”

Other Publications

Torres, Stacy. 2017. “You Don’t Want to Buy Groceries From a Robot.” The New York Times. Op-Ed. 6/23.

Torres, Stacy. 2017. “The Admission.” Longreads. 5/5.

Torres, Stacy. 2017. “First-Generation College Students as Post Election Go-Betweens.” Forum. Berkeley Journal of Sociology. 5/4.

Torres, Stacy. 2017. “Tired of Working for Uncle Sam? Maybe You’ve Got ‘Ideological Whiplash.’Zócalo Public Square. 5/3.

Torres, Stacy. 2017. “Snowstorm Cleanup Deplorable in Albany.” Times Union. 3/18.

Torres, Stacy. 2016. “Why I Live With a ‘Dumb’ Phone in a Smartphone World.” San Francisco Chronicle. 12/14.

Torres, Stacy. 2016. “As Los Angeles Gets Younger, Skid Row Gets Older.Next City. 8/18.

Torres, Stacy. 2016. “Homeless Problem Can’t Be Swept Away.” San Francisco Chronicle. 3/6.

Torres, Stacy. 2014. “How Do Older People Retain Autonomy?”  The Society Pages, Families as They Really Are (blog). 8/4.

Torres, Stacy. 2014. “Why Don’t Older People Want to Move in with Their Families?” The Society Pages, Families as They Really Are (blog). 7/21.

Torres, Stacy. 2014. “Chile Lost Yesterday, But They’ve Won My Dad’s Heart.” The New Republic, Goal Posts (World Cup blog). 6/29.

Torres, Stacy. 2014.  “Off Their Rockers: Challenging Stereotypes, Reinforcing Aging, or Both?Gender & Society (blog). 6/20.

Torres, Stacy. 2014. “Mental Health, Aging, and Men and Masculinities.” Masculinities 101 (blog). 5/7.

Torres, Stacy. 2014. “Old McDonald’s.” The New York Times. Op-Ed. 1/22.

Torres, Stacy. 2013. “When Mom Died.” Slate. 9/4.

Torres, Stacy. 2013. “Guide to NYC.Newsletter of the Social Psychology Section of the American Sociological Association 17 (2): 10-12.

Torres. Stacy. 2011. “Does Breast Cancer Awareness Month Crowd Out Other Diseases Affecting Women?Slate. 10/ 17.

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “How My Father Survived Chile’s Mines.” Reuters.com. 9/23.

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “Chile’s World Cup.” Huffington Post. 7/28.

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “Bloomberg Shuttering Lifesaving Senior Centers.Huffington Post. 5/14.

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “Keep Our Eyes on the Street Open.”  Huffington Post. 5/5.

Torres, Stacy. 2010. “St. Vincent’s Death Will Mean Pain for Seniors.New York Daily News.  4/29.

Torres, Stacy. 2008. “Living With…The Washington Post. 11/25.

Torres, Stacy. 2008. “Dad and the Diner.” The New York Times. 7/ 27.

Torres, Stacy. 2004. “What are they reading?: Desert Memories: Journeys Through the Chilean North.” The Nation.com. 12/7.

Torres, Stacy. 2002. “Chile Faces the Mirror.” Letter. The New York Times. 3/14.

Torres, Stacy. 2001. “Displaced, but Lucky.” Letter. The New York Times. 10/17.