Billingham, Chase M., Shelley M. Kimelberg, Sarah Faude, and Matthew O. Hunt. “In Search of a Safe School: Racialized Perceptions of Security and the School Choice Process.” The Sociological Quarterly. Online before print.
Billingham, Chase M. and Sean Sandefur. 2019. “The Conceptual Pliability of TIF and the Political Rhetoric of Environmental Remediation: Groundwater Pollution and Tax ‘Decrement’ Financing in Wichita.” In Tax Increment Financing and Economic Development: Uses, Structures, and Impact (2nd Edition), edited by Craig L. Johnson and Kenneth A. Kriz. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Billingham, Chase M. and Shelley McDonough Kimelberg. 2018. “Identifying the Urban: Resident Perceptions of Community Character and Local Institutions in Eight Metropolitan Areas.” City & Community 17:858-882.
Billingham, Chase M. and Matthew O. Hunt. 2016. “School Racial Composition and Parental Choice: New Evidence on the Preferences of White Parents in the United States.” Sociology of Education 89:99-117.
Billingham, Chase M. 2015. “The Broadening Conception of Gentrification: Recent Developments and Avenues for Future Inquiry in the Sociological Study of Urban Change.” Michigan Sociological Review 29:75-102.
Kimelberg, Shelley M. and Chase M. Billingham. 2013. “Attitudes toward Diversity and the School Choice Process: Middle-Class Parents in a Segregated Urban Public School District.” Urban Education 48:198-231.