Teeger, Chana. “Distancing the Past: How History Lessons Teach Young South Africans to Ignore Racial Inequality in the Present.” Under contract with Columbia University Press.
Teeger, Chana. 2023. “(Not) Feeling the Past: Boredom as a Racialized Emotion.” American Journal of Sociology 129(1): 1-40.
Knott Eleanor, Aliya Hamid Rao, Kate Summers, and Chana Teeger. 2022. “Interviews in the Social Sciences” Nature Reviews Methods Primers 2(73): 1-15.
López, Matias, Graziella Moraes Silva, Chana Teeger, and Pedro Marques. 2022. “Economic and Cultural Determinants of Elite Attitudes Towards Redistribution” Socio-Economic Review 22(2): 489-514.
Teeger, Chana. 2015. “‘Both Sides of the Story’: History Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” American Sociological Review 88(6): 1175-1200.
Honorable Mention, Clifford Geertz Award for Best Article, Culture Section, American Sociological Association
Recent Contributions Award, Sociology of Emotions Section, American Sociological Association
Best Scholarly Article Award, Human Rights Section, American Sociological Association
Teeger, Chana. 2015. “Ruptures in the Rainbow Nation: How Desegregated South African Schools Deal with Interpersonal and Structural Racism.” Sociology of Education 88(3): 226-243.
Teeger, Chana. 2014. “Collective Memory and Collective Fear: How South Africans Use the Past to Explain Crime.” Qualitative Sociology 37(1): 69-92.
Vinitzky-Seroussi, Vered and Chana Teeger. 2010. “Unpacking the Unspoken: Silence in Collective Memory and Forgetting.” Social Forces 88(3): 1103-1122.
Teeger, Chana and Vered Vinitzky-Seroussi. 2007. “Controlling for Consensus: Commemorating Apartheid in South Africa.” Symbolic Interaction 30(1): 57-78.
Moraes Silva, Graziella, Matias López, Elisa Reis, and Chana Teeger. 2022. “Who are the Elite? What do they think about Inequality? And why does it Matter?” pp. 151-174 Katja Hugo and Maggie Carter (Eds.) Between Fault Lines and Front Lines: Shifting Power in an Unequal World. London: Bloomsbury.
Vinitzky-Seroussi, Vered and Chana Teeger. 2019. “Silence and Collective Memory” pp. 663-674 in Wayne H. Brekhaus and Gabe Ignatow (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology. Oxford University Press.
Teeger, Chana. 2018. “Transformation as a Matter of State Rather than Degree: Thinking Beyond School Desegregation,” pp. 523-540 in Rob Pattman and Ronelle Carolissen (Eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.