I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Stanford Prevention Research Center studying diet and smoking disparities, as well as a researcher for National Poverty Study, the country’s first qualitative census of poverty.

My research examines health disparities across race, class and gender in the United States. I use both qualitative and quantitative methods to understand the origins and impacts of these disparities on people’s lives.

Below you will find a selection of my publications and works in progress.

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Swethaa Ballakrishnen, Priya Fielding-Singh, and Devon Magliozzi. 2018. “Intentional Invisibility: Professional Women and the Navigation of Workplace Constraints." Sociological Perspectives.

Jennifer Wang and Priya Fielding-Singh. 2018. "How Food Rules at Home Influence Independent Adolescent Food Choices.Journal of Adolescent Health.

Priya Fielding-Singh. 2017. "A Taste of Inequality: Food's Symbolic Value Across the Socioeconomic Spectrum.Sociological Science.

Priya Fielding-Singh. 2017. "Dining with Dad: Fathers' Influences on Family Food Practices." Appetite.

Priya Fielding-Singh and Jennifer Wang. 2017. "Table Talk: How Mothers and Teenagers Across Socioeconomic Status Discuss Food.Social Science and Medicine.

Ardoin, Nicole, Rachelle Gould, Elin Kelsey, and Priya Fielding-Singh. 2014. "Collaborative and Transformational Leadership in the Environmental Realm.Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning.

Works Under Review:

Priya Fielding-Singh. "'You're Worth What You Eat: Adolescent Beliefs about Healthy Eating and Social Class." (Revise and Resubmit at Social Science and Medicine).

Works In Progress:

Priya Fielding-SinghThe Taste of Inequality: Food and the Reproduction of Class in America. Book manuscript in progress.

Doug McAdam, Priya Fielding-Singh, and Jennifer Hill. On Second Thought: Rethinking Social Movement Participation. Book under contract with Cambridge University Press.