Publications

Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements

Articles

Mehrotra, G.R., Kimball, E., Wahab, S. (2015). The braid that binds us: The impact of neoliberalism, criminalization, and professionalization of domestic violence work. Affilia, 31(2), 153-163, DOI: 10.1177/0886109916643871

Kimball, E. (2015). Edleson Revisited: Reviewing children’s witnessing of domestic violence 15 years later. Journal of Family Violence. DOI 10.1007/s10896-015-9786-7

Carlson, J., Casey, E., Edleson, J.L., Tolman, R.M., Neugut, T.B., & Kimball, E. (2015). Strategies to engage men and boys in violence prevention: A global organizational perspective. Violence Against Women, 21(11)

Carlson, J., Edleson, J.L. & Kimball, E. (2014). First-time fathers’ experiences of and desires for formal support: A multiple lens perspective. Fathering, 12(3), 242-261

Kimball, E., Edleson, J.L., Tolman, R.M., Neugut, T.B., & Carlson, J. (2013). Global efforts to engage men in preventing violence against women: An International Survey. Violence Against Women, 19 (7)

Kimball, E. and Kim, J. (2013). Virtual boundaries: Ethical considerations for social media in social work. Social Work, 2013 doi: 10.1093/sw/swt005

Casey, E., Carlson, J., Fraguela-Rios, C., Kimball, E., Neugut, T., Tolman, R., & Edleson, J.L. (2013). Context, challenges, and tensions in global efforts to engage in the prevention of violence against women: An ecological analysis. Men and Masculinities, 16 (2)

Nguyen, H.T., Edleson, J.L., & Kimball, E. (2012). Honour Our Voices: A strength’s based approach to supporting children exposed to domestic violence. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice, 25 (4)

Hill, K., Lightfoot, E., & Kimball, E. (2011). Foster care transition services for youth with disabilities: A survey of county service providers. Child Welfare, 89 (6)

Book Review

Kimball, E. (in press). A review of More than Medicine: A history of the feminist women’s health movement. Affilia

Nash, J.K., Cherry, K., Anderson-Nathe, B., Cunningham, M., & Kimball, E. (2016). Pushing social work to the left: A review of “The New Politics of Social Work.” Social Work.

Kimball, E.L. (2007). Wikinomics: How mass collaboration changes everything. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 25(4).

Non-Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements

Chapters

Kimball, E., Nguyen, H.T., & Edleson, J.L. (2012). Using technology to highlight children’s experiences of domestic violence. In Duin, A.H., Nater, E., and Anklesaria, F. (eds.) Cultivating Change in the Academy. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press

Technical Assistance & Guides

Kimball, E. and Keene, C. (2016). Fostering resilience, respect, and healthy growth in childhood and beyond. VAWnet Special Collection, July 2016, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. http://vawnet.org/sc/fostering-resilience-respect-healthy-growth-childhood-and-beyond

Kimball, E. and Keene, C. (2016). Responding to the long-term needs of adult children exposed to domestic violence: Exploring the connection to suicide risk. Technical Assistance Paper for National Resource Center on Domestic Violence: http://vawnet.org/sites/default/files/materials/files/2016-09/NRCDV_TAG-ACEDV-April2016.pdf

Edleson, J.L., Nguyen, H.T., & Kimball, E. (2011). Honor Our Voices: A guide for practice when responding to children exposed to domestic violence. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse (MINCAVA)

Reports and Policy Statements

Hawash, L., Goes Behind, L., and Kimball, E. (2016). Report on meeting the hygiene needs of our unhoused community members. Submitted to Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury

Kimball, E. (2016). Recommendations for policy makers in response to children exposed to domestic violence. Council Social Work Education, Grand Challenges, Policy Briefs on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

Wahab, S., Mehrotra, G.R., Kimball, E. (2016). Addressing structural issues that impact gender based violence research and practice. Council Social Work Education, Grand Challenges, Policy Briefs on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.