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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Miller, E.E.N and Edin, K. (2022). Coming of Age in Appalachia, Emerging or Expedited Adulthood? RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences. 8(4): 50-67. DOI:

Niederdeppe, J., Avery, R., & Miller, E.N. (2018). Theoretical foundations of appeals used in alcohol-abuse and drunk-driving public service announcements in the United States, 1995-2010. American Journal of Health Promotion32(4):887-896. DOI:

Niederdeppe, J., Avery, R., & Miller, E.E.N. (2017). Alcohol-control public service announcements (PSAs) and drunk-driving fatal accidents in the United States, 1996-2010. Preventive Medicine, 99, 320-325. DOI:


Guzman, L., Ramos-Olazagasti, M., Alvira-Hammond, M., Miller, E., Vega, C., Ryberg, R., & Padilla, C.  (2018). Hispanic Family Life: How well is it measured?. National Research Center of Hispanic Children and Families: Bethesda, MD. Available at:

Guzman, L., Ramos-Olazagasti, M., Miller, E., & Bartlett, J. (2018). First-Time Parents’ Knowledge of Early Child Development: Focus Group Report. Available at

Bartlett, J., Karberg, E., Bringewatt, E., Miller, E., Vega, C., & Huz, I. (2017). First-Time Parents’ Knowledge of Infant and Toddler Development: A Review of the Literature. Child Trends: Bethesda, MD. Available at

Bolton, M., Crowely, S., Bravve, E., Errico, E., Miller, E. (2015) Out of Reach Report. National Low Income Housing Coalition: Washington, D.C. Available at:

Conferences and Presentations

Miller, E.E.N. (2023) Neighborhoods, Housing, and Schools and the Transition to Marriage. Oral Session. Population Association of America. New Orleans, LA.

Miller, E.E.N. and Parsons, R. (2023) The Role of Social Security Disability Programs in Facilitating Economic Transition. Poster Session. Population Association of America. New Orleans, LA.

Pederson, S. & Miller, E. (2022). Rural-Urban School District Disparities in COVID-19 Response and Impacts on Student Enrollment and Teacher Retention. Oral Session. Population Association of America. Atlanta, GA.  

Miller, E. & Schugurensky, A. (2022). Race and Place-Based Differences in School Discipline and Sense of Belonging among Students in Suburban and Urban Schools. Oral Session. Population Association of America. Atlanta, GA.

Miller, E. (2022). Race and Ethnicity Disparities in Residential Mobility and Locational Attainment between Urban and Suburban Neighborhoods in Fragile Families. Poster Session. Population Association of America. Atlanta, GA.

Miller, E. (2021). Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey to Measure the Impact of State Sponsored Pre-K on Household Expenditures. Presentation. Bureau of Labor StatisticsWashington, DC. – Virtual due to COVID-19

Miller, E. (2020). Universal Pre-K Expansion and Household Expenditures: Child Wellbeing and Maternal Employment. Poster Session. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC. – Virtual due to COVID-19

Miller, E. (2020). Growing Up, Staying In, and Returning To, The ‘Hardest Place to Live’ in the United States. Russel Sage Foundation. New York, New York – Virtual due to COVID-19

Miller, E. (2020). A Rural Restructuring?: Population Growth and Migration in the Non-Metropolitan Mountain West and Southern Appalachia. Flash Session. Population Association of America. Washington, DC. – Canceled due to COVID-19

Media and Blog Posts

RSF. (Host) (2022, October 3). RSF Journal Contributors Discuss Their Findings on the Impacts of Growing Up Rural with Jessica Drescher, Robert D. Francis, Lisa A. Keister, Emily E. N. Miller, Alejandra Miranda, Kai A. Schafft, and Jennifer Sherman. [Audio Podcast] Retrieved from

Miller, E. (2020). Field Notes from a Demographer in Training. Scientific American. Observations. New York, New York.  Available At:

Miller, E. (2019). In an Evangelical Hub Hometown Heroes Hold Up the Social Safety Net. American Communities Project: Washington DC, DC. Available at:

Miller, E. (2017). Sleep for children and teens: A guide from A to Zzzz. Child Trends: Bethesda, MD. Available at:


Fieldwork from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Deepening our Understanding of Disadvantaged Communities Project featured on two podcasts from Rural Matters. Listen to my phenomenal colleagues share what we found:

Rathman, M. (Host) (2020, June 12). Rural Poverty (Part II) with Lanora Johnson, Jasmine Simington, and Meg Duffy [Audio Podcast]. Retrieved from

Rathman, M. (Host) (2020, June 10). Rural Poverty with Kathryn Edin and Luke Shaefer [Audio Podcast]. Retrieved from