Older People Giving Care: Helping Family and Community. 1994. Auburn House.
Defining spiritual growth: Congregations, Community & Connectedness. 2009. Sociology of Religion, 70 (3, Fall):232-61. (Sally K. Gallagher and Chelsea Newton).
Agency, Resources and Identity: Working Class Women's Experiences in Damascus. 2007. Gender & Society, 21: 227-49.
Children as Religious Resources: The Role of Children in Social Re-formation of Class, Culture and Religious Identity. 2007. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 46: 169-83.
Godly Manhood Going Wild?: Changing Ideals of Masculinity Among Conservative Protestants. 2005. Sociology of Religion 66: 135-160 (Sally K. Gallagher and Sabrina L. Wood).
Where Are the Anti-feminist Evangelicals?: Evangelical Identity, Subcultural Location and Attitudes Toward Feminism. 2004. Gender and Society, 18: 451-72.
Connections and Constraints: The Effects of Children on Kinkeeping. 2001. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63 (1): 265-275. (Sally K. Gallagher and Naomi Gerstel).
Men's Caregiving: Gender and the Contingent Character of Care. 2001. Gender & Society 15 (2): 197-217. (Naomi Gerstel and Sally K. Gallagher).
Library Travel Grant. Oregon State University. Awarded for follow-up research in Damascus, Syria. 2008.
Assessing Religious Community in a Postmodern World, The Louisville Institute for the Study of American Religion, General Grants Program. 2003-07.
Constant H. Jacquet Research Award from the Religious Research Association, "Searching for Tradition: Assessing the Choice of Religious Community" 2002-03
Honors & Awards
Oregon State University, College of Liberal Arts, Master Teacher Program. 2003-05; 05-07.
Research Fellow, Center for the Humanities, Oregon State University. 1997.
Researcher of the Year Award, College of Liberal Arts, Oregon State University. 1996.
Fulbright Scholar Award, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, United States Information Agency. Serieal Grant for research in Damascus, Syria. 1994.