Recent Publications by IIR Affiliated Faculty

Balakian, Sophia. 2022. "Of Aunts & Mothers: Refugee Resettlement, the Nuclear Family, and Caring for 'Other' Children in Kenya." Ethnic & Racial Studies

Balakian, Sophia. 2020. “Navigating Patchwork Governance: Somalis in Kenya, National Security, and Refugee Resettlement.” African Studies Review 63(1):43-64.

Balakian, Sophia and Virginia Dominguez. 2019. “The Promise and The Lost City of Z: Diasporas, Cinematic Imperialism, and Commercial Films.” Anthropologica 61(1):150-61.

Best, Amy L., Katie Kerstetter, John Dale & Samantha Retrosi. 2021. “The Strength of Civic Ties: Connecting Civic Engagement and Professional Attainment among Educated Immigrants in the United States” Community, Work & Family, DOI: 10.1080/13668803.2021.2008876 

Brown, Hana E. and Michelle S. Dromgold-Sermen (equal authorship). 2022. “Borders, Politics, and Bounded Sympathy: How US Television News Constructs Refugees, 1980-2016.” Social Problems.

Caplan, Bryan. 2019. Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration. New York, NY: First Second.

Cleaveland, C. & Frankenfeld, C. (2019). “They kill people over nothing:” An exploratory study of Latina immigrant trauma. Journal of Social Service Research.

Cleaveland, C. & V. Kirsch. (2019). "They took all my clothes and made me walk naked for two days so I couldn’t escape": Latina immigrant experiences of human smuggling in Mexico. Qualitative Social Work.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (with Sergio Chapa). Forthcoming, December 2023. Frontera: A Journey across the U.S.-Mexico Border. Texas Christian University Press.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (co-authored with Joshua Nielsen, Abu Bakkar Siddique, Meng-Hao Li, Monica Gentili, Seán Columb and Naoru Koizumi). “Social Network Analysis of Illicit Organ Trading Networks: The Medicus Case.” Trends in Organized Crime [accepted for publication; forthcoming Fall 2023].

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (co-authored with Cindy Azucena Gómez-Schempp, Naoru Koizumi, Rajendra Kulkarni and William Yaworsky). “Messengers of Justice: Social Network Analysis of Public Relations Support for Migrants.” Atlantic Journal of Communication (December 20, 2022). DOI: 10.1080/15456870.2022.2150191.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (co-authored with Blair K. Schaefer). “Notes on a Perilous Journey to the United States: Irregular Migration, Trafficking in Persons, and Transnational Organized Crime.” Latin American Politics and Society 64:3 (August 2022): pp. 142-160.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe “New Studies and Trends in Human Mobility in the Americas: Assessing Migrant Smuggling Networks.” Symposium on International Human Mobility. APSA Migration and Citizenship Newsletter 9:1 (Summer 2022): pp. 13-20.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe “A Dangerous Journey to the U.S. and a “New Deal” for Migrant Women and Girls” (co-authored with Michelle Keck). The Brown Journal of World Affairs 28:2 (Spring/Summer 2022): pp. 1-17.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe “The End of the Merida Initiative?" Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 23:1 (Spring 2022): pp. 59-64. DOI: 10.1353/gia.2022.0010.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe “North American Borders in Comparative Perspective During COVID Times” (co-authored with Victor Konrad). Norteamérica CISAN-UNAM 17:1 (January-June 2022): pp. 109-137. DOI: 10.22201/cisan.24487228e.2022.1.504.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (with Tony Payan). 2021. Las Cinco Vidas de Genaro Garcia Luna. Mexico City: El Colegio de México.

Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (with Tony Payan). 2021. La Guerra Improvisada: Los Años de Calderón y sus Consecuencias. Mexico City: Editorial Océano.

Dromgold-Sermen, Michelle S. 2022. “Forced Migrants and Secure Belonging: A Case Study of Syrian Refugees Resettled in the United States.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 48(3): 635-654.

Gest, Justin. 2018. Crossroads: Comparative Immigration Regimes in a World of Demographic Change (Cambridge University Press).

Gest, Justin. 2022. Majority Minority (Oxford University Press).

Silver, Blake, Freddy Lopez, Fanni Farago, and Tharuna Kalaivanan. 2021. "Focused, Exploratory, or Vigilant: Reproduction, Mobility, and the Self-Narratives of Second-Generation Immigrant Youth." Qualitative Sociology.