Jacob Rugh, Associate Professor
- Ph.D. in Public Affairs from Princeton University, 2012
- M.P.A. in Public Affairs from Princeton University, 2008
- U.R.P. in Urban & Regional Planning from Princeton University, 2008
- B.S. in Economics from Brigham Young University, 2001
Race and Space, Housing Segregation, Mortgage Lending, Stratification, Latinos, Immigration, Racial Discrimination
- Alcuin Fellowship Teaching Award from BYU Undergraduate Education and Honors, 2018
- John Hope Franklin Prize from Law & Society Association, 2016
- Kimberlé Crenshaw Outstanding Article Award, Honorable Mention from Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2016
- Society for the Study of Social Problems
- Population Association of America
- American Sociological Association
- Rugh, J. (2019). Vanishing Wealth, Vanishing Votes? Latino Homeownership and the 2016 Election in Florida. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-30.
- Rugh, J. (2018). The Great Recession and the Destruction of Minority Wealth. Current History, 117(802), 298-303.
- Fischer, M. J., & Rugh, J. (2018). Military Veterans and Neighborhood Racial Integration: VA Mortgage Lending Across Three Eras. Population Research and Policy Review, 37(4), 569-589.
- Rugh, J. (2018). Deception, Development, and Democracy. Contexts, 17(1), 76-77.
- Steil, J., Albright, L., Rugh, J., & Massey, D. S. (2017). The Social Structure of Mortgage Discrimination. Housing Studies, 1-28.
- Massey, D. S., & Rugh, J. S. (2017). The Intersection of Race and Class: Zoning, Affordable Housing, and Segregation in U.S. Metropolitan Areas. In Gregory D. Squires (Ed.), The Fight for Fair Housing: Causes, Consequences and Future Implications of the 1968 Federal Fair Housing Act. New York: Routledge.
- Rugh, J., & Hall, M. (2016). Deporting the American Dream: Immigration Enforcement and Latino Foreclosures. Sociological Science, 3, 1053-1076.
- Massey, D. S., Steil, J., Albright, L., & Rugh, J. (2016). ‘Riding the Stagecoach to Hell:’ A Qualitative Analysis of Racial Discrimination in Mortgage Lending. In Lance Freeman & Sudhir Venkatesh (Ed.), City & Community (pp. 118-136). New York, NY: American Sociological Association.
- Sanders, S., Erickson, L., Call, V., Rugh, J., & McKnight, M. (2016). Healthcare Utilization in the Heartland: How Healthcare Selection Varies Between Rural Retirement-Age Migrants and Long-Term Residents. Rural Sociology, 81(1).
- Rugh, J. (2016). Painting the Whole Picture: Foreclosure Rates among Asian American Ethnic Groups in Orlando, Florida, and Phoenix, Arizona. AAPI Nexus Journal: Policy, Practice, and Community, 13(1-2), 1-29.
- Hyra, D., & Rugh, J. (2016). The US Great Recession: Exploring Its Association with Black Neighborhood Rise, Decline and Recovery. Urban Geography, 1-27.
- Rugh, J., Albright, L., & Massey, D. S. (2015). Race, Space, and Cumulative Disadvantage: A Case Study of the Subprime Mortgage Collapse. Social Problems, 62(2), 186-218.
- Rugh, J. (2015). Double Jeopardy: Why Latinos Were Hit Hardest by the US Foreclosure Crisis. Social Forces, 93(3), 1139-1184.
- Rugh, J., & Massey, D. S. (2014). Segregation in Post-Civil Rights America: Stalled Integration or End of the Segregated Century?. In Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race (pp. 205-232). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- O'Neil Kuebler, M., & Rugh, J. (2013). New Evidence on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Homeownership in the United States from 2001 to 2010. Social Science Research, 42(5), 1357-1374.
- Rugh, J., & Massey, D. S. (2010). Racial Segregation and the American Foreclosure Crisis. American Sociological Review, 75(5), 629-651.