This is a list of selected publications by the research team on related topics.

 

Vaquera, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Aranda, and *Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez (2017). “Emotional Challenges of Undocumented Young Adults: Ontological Security, Emotional Capital, and Well-being” Social Problems 64(2): 298-314.

Aranda, Elizabeth and Fernando Rivera. (2016). “Puerto Rican Families in Central Florida: Prejudice and Discrimination and their Implications for Successful Integration.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color.

Castañeda, Heide (2016) Health Care along the US/Mexico Border. In The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology.

Castañeda, Heide (2016) Shifting Discourses and Social Relations: The Production of Knowledge on Migration. Practicing Anthropology 38(1): 38-40.

Castañeda, Heide, Seth M. Holmes, Annastiina Kallius, and Daniel Monterescu (2016) Anthropology and Human Displacement: Mobilities, Ex/inclusions, and Activism. American Ethnologist.

Aranda, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Vaquera, and Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez*. (2015). “Personal and Cultural Trauma and the Ambivalent National Identities of Undocumented Young Adults in the U.S.” Journal of Intercultural Studies, DOI:10.1080/07256868.2015.1072906.

Aranda, Elizabeth and Elizabeth Vaquera. (2015). “Racism, the Immigration Enforcement Regime, and the Implications for Racial Inequality in the Lives of Undocumented Young Adults.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. Vol. 1 (1): 88-104. 

Castañeda, Heide, Holmes, Seth M., Madrigal, Daniel S., Young, Maria-Elena DeTrinidad, Beyerle, Naomi, and Quesada, James (2015) Immigration as a Social Determinant of Health. Annual Review of Public Health 36:375-392.

Aranda, Elizabeth , Sallie Hughes, and Elena Sabogal. 2014. Making a Life in Multiethnic Miami: Immigration and the Rise of a Global City. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc. 

Kao, Grace, Elizabeth Vaquera, and Kimberly A. Goyette (2013), Education and Immigration, Cambridge: Polity Press.Vaquera, Elizabeth and Grace Kao (2012). “Educational Achievement of Immigrant Adolescents in Spain: Do Gender and Region-of-Origin Matter?” Child Development 83(5): 1560-1576. 

Vaquera, Elizabeth and Grace Kao (2012). “Educational Achievement of Immigrant Adolescents in Spain: Do Gender and Region-of-Origin Matter?” Child Development 83(5): 1560-1576.

 

 

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