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Professor June Carbone co-authored an article in The Conversation breaking down her research—conducted with Nancy Levit, associate dean and professor of law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Naomi Cahn,…

Professor June Carbone’s research on the administration of bail was cited in The New Yorker, in an article broadly examining the history and current state of the money-bail system. Citing a time when bail allowed the…

Professor June Carbone was quoted by the New York Times on Aug. 4, 2018 in an article on how the age at which women have children constitutes a cultural and political divide. The article addresses issues that Professor…

Nicholas Kristof's column in the New York Times quoted Professor June Carbone's "important" book with Naomi Cahn, "Red Families v. Blue Familes," on the differences in sexual activity and family formation practices…

Professor June Carbone was quoted in the National Catholic Reporter on the relationship between marriage and changing economic circumstances.  The article quoted a public presentation she gave in August as part of the…

The New York Times Upshot Section quoted Professor June Carbone on the class divide in marriage. Professor Carbone observed that where money or assets are not involved, couples often don't see the need to "…

Professor June Carbone particpated in “Family Inequality: Causes & Consequences in Europe & the Americas,” a Social Trends Institute Experts Meeting in Rome, Italy, Feb. 17-18. The meeting brought together social…

Professor June Carbone, who was in Ireland at the time, was interviewed by the Korean Radio Station, "Morning Wave," in Busan, Korea. The interview addressed the growing incidence of "gray divorce," that is, the growing…

Professor June Carbone was quoted in a National Jurist article looking at expanding opportunities in health law. She mentioned the trends that will produce more demand for legal services, including electronic records…

Time magazine invited Professor June Carbone and her co-author Naomi Cahn to discuss the implications of their book, Red Families v. Blue Families (Oxford 2010), for marital happiness. They emphasized that the studies of relative…
Professor June Carbone's 2010 book Red Families v. Blue Families with Naomi Cahn received renewed attention with publication of a new study testing the sources of family stability. The most recent article, in the Desert News National…
Professor June Carbone's book with Naomi Cahn, Red Families v. Blue Families (2010), was the subject of David Leonhardt's column in the New York Times. The column is part of an on-going discussion of different family strategies to…