2018. Forthcoming. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. “‘Coming Out of My Shell': Motherleaders Contesting Fear, Vulnerability, and Despair through Family-Focused Community Organizing.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 4: 1-13.
2017. Cossyleon, Jennifer, John Orwatt, Christine George, Don Stemen, Whitney Key. "Deferring Felony Prosecution: A Process Evaluation of an Innovative Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Program." Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 3(4): 261-273.
2016. Flores, Edward O. and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. “’I Went Through it so You Don’t Have To:’ Faith-Based Community Organizing for Ex-Offender Rights,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 55(4): 662-676.
2015. Jennifer E. Cossyleon and Reichert, Jessica. “Women and Reentry: Evaluation of St. Leonard’s Ministries Grace House Program.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, December: 1-98.
2015. George, Christine, Donald Stemen, John Orwat, Jennifer E. Cossyleon, Julie Hilvers and Edward Chong. “An Evaluation of the Cook County States Attorney’s Deferred Prosecution Program.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, August: 1-100.
2015. Rosenblatt, Peter and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. “Take a Chance on Me:” A Review of the Milwaukee County HOME Security Deposit Assistance Program. Poverty and Race Research Action Council, January: 1-28.
2018. Forthcoming. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. “Community Policing” in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, edited by Anthony M. Orum. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
2018. Flores, Edward O. and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. Forthcoming, October. “Deflecting Privatization: Elite Civic Organizations and the Incorporation of Faith-based Organizations into the Contemporary Penal Field” Chapter in Edward O. Flores’ Prophetic Redemption: Faith-based Community Organizing for the Formerly Incarcerated. New York, NY: New York University Press.
2018. Flores, Edward O. and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. Forthcoming, October. “Prophetic Redemption and Personal Relationships.” Chapter in Edward O. Flores’s Prophetic Redemption: Faith-based Community Organizing for the Formerly Incarcerated. New York, NY: New York University Press.
2018. Jennifer E. Cossyleon and Kyle Woolley. Forthcoming. “Gender and Collective Action.” Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Gender Studies edited by Nancy Naples. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. (Accepted for publication)
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