Recent Faculty Publications

Mon, September 8, 2014

Forthcoming. Jacqueline M. Hagan, David L. Leal, and Nestor P. Rodriguez. "Deporting Social Capital: Implications for Immigrant Communities in the United States." Migration Studies

Forthcoming. Stephen J. Trejo. "The Labor Market Integration and Impacts of U.S. Immigrants" (with Brian C. Cadena and Brian Duncan).  In Barry R. Chiswick and Paul W. Miller (Eds.), Handbook on the Economics of International Migration, Vol. 1B. New York: Elsevier.

Forthcoming. Stephen J. Trejo. "Assessing the Socioeconomic Mobility and Integration of U.S. Immigrants and Their Descendants" (with Brian Duncan). Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

2014. David L. Leal. "Immigration Policy Versus Immigration Politics: Latinos and the Reform Debate." In Tony Payan and Erika de la Garza (Eds.), Undecided Nation: Political Gridlock and the Immigration Crisis. New York: Springer.

2013. Jason P. Casellas and David L. Leal. “Partisanship or Population? House and Senate Immigration Votes in the 109th and 110th Congresses.” Politics, Groups, and Identities, v1(1): 48-65.

2013. Gary P. Freeman, Randall Hansen, and David L. Leal (Eds.). Immigration and Public Opinion in Liberal Democracies. New York: Routledge.

2013. Gary P. Freeman, David L. Leal, and Jake Onyet. “Pointless: On the Failure to Adopt an Immigration Points System in the United States.” In Phil Triadafilopoulos (Ed.), Wanted and Welcome? Highly Skilled Immigration Policies in Comparative Perspective. New York: Springer.

2013. Delia Furtado and Stephen J. Trejo. “Interethnic Marriages and Their Economic Effects.” In Amelie F. Constant and Klaus F. Zimmerman (Eds.), International Handbook on the Economics of Migration. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

2013. Daniel S. Hamermesh and Stephen J. Trejo. "How Do Immigrants Spend Their Time? The Process of Assimilation." Journal of Population Economics, v26(2): 507-530

2013. David L. Leal and Jose E. Limón (Eds.). Immigration and the Border: Politics and Policy in the New Latino Century. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press.

2013. David L. Leal and Jerod Patterson. “House Divided? Evangelical Catholics, Mainstream Catholics, and Attitudes toward Immigration and Life Policies.” The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics (Special issue on Catholicism in American Politics, edited by Byron Shafer).

2013. Rebecca M. Torres and Melissa Wicks-Asbun. "Undocumented Students’ Narratives of Liminal Citizenship: High Aspirations, Exclusion and 'In-Between' Identities." Professional Geographer (Special Issue on Diversity).

2013. Rebecca M. Torres, Rich Heyman, Solange Muñoz, Lauren Apgar, Emily Timm, Cristina Tzintzún, Charlie Hale, John McKiernan-Gonzalez, Shannon Speed and Eric Tang. "Building Austin, Building Justice: Immigrant Construction Workers, Precarious Labor Regimes and Social Citizenship." Geoforum, v45: 145–155.

2012. Jacqueline L. Angel, Fernando Torres-Gil, and Kyriakos Markides (Eds.). Aging, Health and Longevity in the Mexican-origin Population. New York: Springer.

2012. Julie A. Dowling, Christopher G. Ellison, and David L. Leal.  “Who Doesn’t Value English?  Debunking Myths About Mexican Immigrants’ Attitudes Towards the English Language.” Social Science Quarterly, v93: 356-78.

2012. Brian Duncan and Stephen J. Trejo. "The Employment of Low-Skilled Immigrant Men in the United States." American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, v102(3): 549-54.

2012. Brian Duncan and Stephen J. Trejo. "Low-Skilled Immigrants and the U.S. Labor Market," in Philip N. Jefferson (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Poverty, pps. 203-248. New York: Oxford University Press.

2012. Terri E. Givens and Rahsaan Maxwell (Eds.). Immigrant Politics: Race and Representation in Western Europe. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.

2012. David L. Leal, Byung-Jae Lee, and James A. McCann. “Transnational Absentee Voting in the 2006 Mexican Presidential Election: The Roots of Participation.” Electoral Studies, v31: 540-549.

2012. Jeffery Popke and Rebecca M. Torres. "Neoliberalization and Transnational Migration in the Totonacapán." Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

2012. Nestor Rodriguez. "New Southern Neighbors: Latino Immigration and Prospects for Intergroup Relations between African-Americans and Latinos in the South." Latino Studies Journal, v10: 18–40.

2012. Nestor Rodriguez. “Questions de droits humains et d’éthique sur une stratégie états-unienne.” Hommes & Migration, v1296 (Mars-Avril): 54-63.

2012. Nestor Rodriguez. “Urban Redevelopment and Mexican American Barrios in the Socio-Spatial Order.” In David Diaz and Rodolfo Torres (Eds.), Latino Urbanism: The Politics of Planning, Policy and Redevelopment. New York: New York University Press.

2011. Brian Duncan and Stephen J. Trejo. "Intermarriage and the Intergenerational Transmission of Ethnic Identity and Human Capital for Mexican Americans." Journal of Labor Economics, v29(2): 195-227.

2011. Jacqueline Hagan, Nestor Rodriguez, and Brianna Castro. "Social Effects of Mass Deportations by the United States Government: 2000-2010.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, V34(8): 1374-1391.

2011. John Higley, John Nieuwenhuysen, and Stine Neerup (Eds.). Immigration and the Financial Crisis: The United States and Australia Compared. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

2011. AnaLouise Keating and Gloria González-López (Eds.). 2011. Bridging: How Gloria Anzaldúa’s Life and Work Transformed Our Own. Austin: University of Texas Press.

2011. David L. Leal and Stephen J. Trejo (Eds.). Latinos and the Economy: Integration and Impact in Schools, Labor Markets, and Beyond. New York: Springer.

2011. Richard A. Settersten and Jacqueline L. Angel (Eds). Handbook of Sociology of Aging. New York: Springer.

2011. Rebecca M. Torres and Janet Momsen (Eds.). Tourism and Agriculture: New Geographies of Consumption, Production and Rural Restructuring. New York and London: Routledge.

2011. Rebecca M. Torres. "Life Between the Two Milpas: Tourism, Agriculture and Migration in the Yucatan." In Rebecca M. Torres and Janet Momsen (Eds.), Tourism and Agriculture: New Geographies of Consumption, Production and Rural Restructuring. Routledge: New York and London.

2010. Jacqueline L. Angel. "Shorter Stay, Longer Life: Age at Migration and Mortality among the Older Mexican-Origin Population," with Ronald J. Angel, Carlos Díaz Venegas, and Claude Bonazzo. Journal of Aging and Health, v22: 914-931.

2010. Consuelo Arbona, Norma Olvera, Nestor Rodriguez, Jacqueline Hagan, Adriana Linares, and Margit Wiesner. "Predictors of Acculturative Stress among Documented and Undocumented Latino Immigrants." Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, v32(2): 362-384.

2009. Ronald J. Angel and Jacqueline L. Angel.  Hispanic Families at Risk: The New Economy, Work, and the Welfare State. New York: Springer.

2009. John Higley and John Nieuwenhuysen with Stine Neerup (Eds.). Nations of Immigrants: Australia and the USA. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

2008. Jacqueline Hagan, Karl Eschbach, and Nestor Rodriguez. 2008. "U.S. Deportation Policy, Family Separation, and Circular Migration." International Migration Review, v42(1): 64-88.

2008. Terri E. Givens, Gary P. Freeman, and David L. Leal (Eds.). Immigration Policy and Security: U.S., European, and Commonwealth Perspectives. New York: Routledge. 

2007. Jacqueline L. Angel. "The Effects of Immigration on the Health of Older People." In K. Warren Schaie and PeterUhlenberg (Eds.), Social Structures: Impact of Demographic Changes on the Well-being of Older Persons. New York: Springer.

2005. Gloria González-López. Erotic Journeys: Mexican Immigrants and Their Sex Lives. Berkeley: University of California Press.  Translated in 2009 as Travesías eróticas: La vida sexual de mujeres y hombres migrantes de México (México: Grupo Editorial Miguel Ángel Porrúa).

2005. Rebecca M. Torres and Janet Momsen. "Gringolandia: The Construction of a New Tourist Space in Mexico." Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v95(2): 314-335.

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