Tristan blogs regularly at a variety of venues online, helping to convey sociological research to a wider and non-academic audience.  He is regularly contacted by the media for stories related to research on gender, sexuality, and families and inequality.  Please email Tristan at if you are interested in contacting him for a story.

Below is a list of blogs on which Tristan’s public work is archived and can be accessed, in addition to links to a selection of op-eds and interviews.

Academic Blogging:

Screen Shot 2016-08-02 at 2.43.51 PMInequality by (Interior) Design
This blog is a public record of much of Tristan’s online work.  With a collection of more than 100 posts, Inequality by (Interior) Design has been linked to in news stories, taught in courses, and is followed by professional and amateur sociologists among others.  Follow posts here or on facebook.

feministFeminist Reflections
Tristan collaborated with a group of feminist sociologists to start a new blog at The Society Pages as well.  Feminist Reflections is a space where feminist sociologists can reflect on all manner, from the personal, to the pedagogical, to the published, to the political.  Tristan both a founding member of this blog as well as a current editor and regular columnist. Follow posts on twitter and facebook.

41QZNV1pJzL★ Some of Tristan’s scholarly blogging has also been published.  Lisa Wade, Doug Hartmann, and Christopher Uggen’s Assigned: Life With Gender (2016, W.W. Norton and Company) includes a number of posts written by Tristan, many in collaboration with others.

Essays and Op-Eds:

Interviews and Media References: