2016. Race and Racisms: Brief Edition Oxford University Press: New York. * Reviewed in Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.
2015. Deported: Immigrant Policing, Disposable Labor and Global Capitalism New York University Press.
* Reviewed in International Migration Review, Choice, Border Criminologies Blog, Migration Studies, International Criminal Justice Review, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books Blog.
* Winner, Distinguished Contribution to Research Book Award, Latino/a Studies Section of the American Sociological Association.
* Book signings at: The Green Arcade (San Francisco), 92nd Street Y (New York City), Politics and Prose (Washington, DC), and KramerBooks (Washington, DC).
* Panel Discussion at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DC. November 19, 2015. (Watchhere.)
2015. Race and Racisms: A Critical Approach Oxford University Press: New York.
* Reviewed in Teaching Sociology, Marx & Philosophy Review of BooksRead online, and Ethnic and Racial Studies
2012. Due Process Denied: Detentions and Deportations in the 21st Century. Routledge: New York.
2012. Immigration Nation: Raids, Detentions and Deportations in Post-911 America. Paradigm Publishers: Boulder, CO.
* Reviewed in Ethnic and Racial Studies and Societies without Borders
* Honored with “Author meets critics” session at the Pacific Sociological Association meetings in 2013.
2011. Yo Soy Negro: Blackness in Peru. University Press of Florida: Gainesville.
* Reviewed in Social Forces, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Past Imperfect, Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology and Choice
* Honored with “Author meets critics” session at the Social Science History Association meetings in 2012.
Edited Works Forthcoming. Forced Out and Fenced In: Immigration Tales from the Field Edited Volume Oxford University Press (under contract)
2013. Comments: Critical Perspectives on Henry Louis Gates’ Television Documentary Series Black in Latin America. Special Section of: Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies Co-Edited with Christina Sue.
2013. “Rethinking Race, Racism, Identity and Ideology in Latin America” Special Issue of: Ethnic and Racial Studies. Co-edited with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva. Volume 36. Issue 10.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles 2016. “Parallels Between Mass Incarceration and Mass Deportation: An Intersectional Analysis” Journal of World-Systems Research 22.2: 484-509 Download here.
2016. “Feeling Like a Citizen, Living as a Denizen: Deportees’ Sense of Belonging” American Behavioral Scientist doi: 10.1177/0002764216664943 Download here.
2014. “Forced Transnationalism: Transnational Coping Strategies and Gendered Stigma among Jamaican Deportees” Global Networks 14: 1: 63-79. Download here.
2013. “Latino Immigrant Men and the Deportation Crisis: A Gendered Racial Removal Program” (Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, second author). Latino Studies. XI: 3: 271-292. Download here. ** Honorable Mention, Best Article Award, Latino/a Studies Section of the American Sociological Association, 2014
2012. “Causes and Consequences of International Migration: Sociological Evidence for the Right to Mobility” (Cecilia Menjívar, second author) The International Journal of Human Rights. 16: 8: 1213-1227. Download here.
2009. “The Immigration Industrial Complex: Why We Enforce Immigration Policies Destined to Fail” Sociology Compass Volume 3: 2: 295-309. Download here.
2009. “A Confluence of Interests in Immigration Enforcement: How Politicians, the Media and Corporations Profit from Immigration Policies Destined to Fail” Sociology Compass Volume 3: 2: 283-294. Download here.
2016. “A Critical and Comprehensive Sociological Theory of Race and Racism” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2: 2. Read online here.
2016. “Racialized and Gendered Mass Deportation and the Crisis of Capitalism” Symposium on Race and Ethnicity in the Capitalist World-System Journal of World-Systems Research
2016. “National Insecurities: The Apprehension of Criminal and Fugitive Aliens” The Immigrant Other: Lived Experiences in a Transnational World Edited by: Rich Furman, Greg Lamphear, and Douglas Epps. Columbia University Press.
2015. “Targeting Latino Men: Mass Deportation from the United States, 1998-2012” Ethnic and Racial Studies 38:8.
2014. “Tattoos, Stigma, and National Identity Among Guatemalan Deportees” In: Race and Immigration, Edited by Shannon Gleeson and John S.W. Park. Routledge.
2014. “From Legal to Illegal: The Deportation of Legal Permanent Residents from the United States” In: Constructing “Illegality”: Immigrants’ Experiences, Critiques, and Resistance, Edited by Daniel Kanstroom and Cecilia Menjivar. Cambridge University Press.
2013. “Fourteen Months, Four Countries, and Three Kids: Tales from the Field” In: Artificial Divide: Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography, edited by Tamara Mose Brown and Joanna Dreby. Temple University Press.
2013. “Rethinking Race, Racism, Identity and Ideology in Latin America”Introduction to: Special Issue of: Ethnic and Racial Studies. (Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, second author).
2013. “Does racial formation theory lack the conceptual tools to understand racism?” Ethnic and Racial Studies 36: 6: 994-999.
2013. “More Than ‘A Hidden Race’: The Complexities of Blackness in Mexico and Peru” (Christina A. Sue, first author). Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 8:1: 77-83.
2013. “International Migration” Handbook of Sociology and Human Rights, edited by David L. Brunsma, Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Brian K. Gran. Paradigm Publishers.
2012. “What Does a Sociology Without Borders Look Like?” Societies without Borders 7:4: 397-404.
2012. “Ethnopoetics: A Jamaican Deportee Tells His Story” Societies without Borders 7:3: 373-375.
2010. “The Criminalization of Undocumented Migrants: Legalities and Realities” Societies without Borders 5:1.
2010. “Imágenes que controlan: Estereotipos en los medios de comunicación en los Estados Unidos” In Mira cómo ves : racismo y estereotipos étnicos en los medios de comunicación Edited by: Lilia Mayorga Balcazar. Centro de Desarrollo Étnico, CEDET, Lima, Peru.
2008. “The Politics of Difference and Sameness in Peru” In New Voices in the Study of Democracy in Latin America, edited by G. O’Donnell, J. Tulchin and A. Varas with A. Stubits. Latin American Program, Woodrow Wilson Center. 309-336.
2008. “Language Rights” (Douglas Parker, second author). In The Leading Rogue State: The U.S. and Human Rights, edited by J. Blau, D. Brunsma, A. Moncada, C. Zimmer. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers: 125-137.
2008. “Immigrant Rights as Human Rights” (Douglas Parker, second author). In Globalization and America: Race, Human Rights, and Inequality, edited by D.G. Embrick, A. Hattery, E. Smith. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield: 107-126.
2007. “Left in the Dark: The Collective Memory and Amnesia of Africa among African-descended Peruvians.” In The First and the Forced: Essays on the Native American and African American Experience,edited by J. Leiker, B. Watkins, K.Warren. Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas.