Strangers and Neighbors will be turning 2 this winter, and the reviews are beginning to appear. In her review of the book for Contemporary Sociology (September 2015), Anita M. Waters concluded:
Strangers and Neighbors is an obvious candidate for inclusion in graduate and undergraduate courses in race and ethnicity, grappling as it does with sociologies of identity performance and ethnic conflict. It is also a valuable monograph for research methods courses in that it illustrates the reflexivity and flexibility necessary for qualitative field research… Voyer writes frankly and engagingly about her sometimes uncomfortable encounters in the field and demonstrates the way that unexpected findings lead to new avenues of research.
In other words, if you haven’t already read the book, there is no time like the present!