Journal Articles

Burns, Peter. 2002. "The Intergovernmental Regime and Public Policy in Hartford, Connecticut" Journal of Urban Affairs 24 (1): 55-73.

Chambers, Stefanie. 2007. "Minority Empowerment and Environmental Justice" Urban Affair Review 43 (1): 28-54.

Clapp, John M. and Dogan Tirtiroglu. 1994. "Positive Feedback Trading and Diffusion of Asset Price Changes: Evidence from Housing Transactions" Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 24: 337-355.

Close, Stacey. 2000. “The Ties That Bind: Southwest Georgians, Black College Students, and Migration to Hartford.” Journal of South Georgia History 15: 19-53.

Close, Stacey. 2001. "Fire in the Bones: Hartford’s NAACP, Civil Rights and Militancy, 1943-1969" The Journal of Negro History 86 (3): 228-263.

Cruz, Jose E. 1997. "A Decade of Change: Puerto Rican Politics in Hartford, Connecticut, 1969-1979" Journal of American Ethnic History (Spring): 45-80.

Fitzgerald, Joan and Louise Simmons. 1991. "From Consumption to Production Labor Participation in Grass-roots Movements in Pittsburgh and Hartford" Urban Affairs Review 26 (4): 512-531.

Himmelgreen, David A., Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Sofia Segura-Millán, Yu-Kuei Peng, Anir Gonzales, Merrill Singer, and Ann Ferris. 2000. "Food Insecurity Among Low-Income Hispanics in Hartford, Connecticut Implications for Public Health Policy" Human Organization 59 (3): 334-342.

Martin, Katie S., Beatrice L. Rogers, John T. Cook, and Hugh M. Joseph. 2004. "Social Capital is Associated with Decreased Risk of Hunger" Social Science and Medicine 58: 2645-2654.

McMiller, Darryl L. 2000. "Public Opinion and School Desegregation in Hartford, Connecticut" Equity & Excellence in Education 33 (2): 68-80.

Mitrano, John R. 1999. "The ‘Sudden Death’ of Hockey in Hartford Sports Fans and Franchise Relocation.” Sociology of Sports Journal 16: 134-154.

Schlichting, Kurt, Peter Tuckel, and Richard Maisel. 2006. “Residential Segregation and the Beginning of the Great Migration of African Americans to Hartford, Connecticut: A GIS-Based Analysis.”Historical Methods 39 (3): 132-143. [link]

Simmons, Louise B. 1998. "A New Urban Conservatism: The Case of Hartford, Connecticut"Journal of Urban Affairs 20 (2): 175-198.

Singer, Merrill and Greg Mirhenj. 2004. “The Understudied Supply Side: Public Policy Implication of the Illicit Drug Trade in Hartford, CT.” Harvard Health Policy Review 5 (2): 36-47.

Teed, Melissa Ladd. 2004. "The Understudied Supply Side: Public Policy Implication of the Illicit Drug Trade in Hartford, CT" Gender and History 16 (1): 123-145.

Tuckel, Perter, Sharon Sassler, Richard Maisel, and Andrew Leyham. 2006. , Perter, Sharon Sassler, Richard Maisel, and Andrew Leyham. 2006. “The Diffusion of Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in Hartford, Connecticut.” Social Science History (Summer): 167-196. [link]

Tuckel, Peter, Kurt Schlichting, and Richard Maisel. 2007. "Social, Economic, and Residential Diversity Within Hartford’s African American Community at the Beginning of the Great Migration.” Journal of Black Studies 37 (5): 710-736. [link]