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University of Kentucky Faculty Publications on Migration: Book Chapters

In celebration of the College of Arts and Sciences' Year of Migration, this guide features University of Kentucky faculty publications on migration and related topics.

Book Chapters Published in 2013 and 2014

Migrants and Refugees  Brown, E. L., & Hyatt-Burkhart, D. (2013). Influence of trauma and status on the education and wellbeing of undocumented Mexican youth in the US. In E. L. Brown & A. Krasteva (Eds.), Migrants and refugees: Equitable education for displaced populations (pp. 281–306). Charlotte, NC: IAP Information Age Publishing.

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  Janoski, T. (2013). Micro- and macro-explanations of naturalization. In S. J. Gold & S. J. Nawyn (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of migration studies (pp. 380–395). London: Routledge. 

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  Rueda, A. (2013). Episodios africanos (1897) de Nicolás Estévanez: viaje al pasado colonialista y al futuro de África. In M. Cots, P. Gifra-Adroher, & G. Hambrook (Eds.), Interrogating gazes: Comparative critical views on the representation of foreignness and otherness (pp. 237–244). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. 

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  Samers, M. (2013). France: Political economy of labor migration, early 21st century. In The encyclopedia of global human migration. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 

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  Samers, M. (2014). Understanding the incorporation of migrants in European labor markets. In M. Martiniello, & J. Rath (Eds.), An introduction to immigrant incorporation studies: European perspectives (pp. 171–194). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 

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Book Chapters Published in 2015

  Ehrkamp, P., & Jacobsen, M. H. (2015). Citizenship. In J. Agnew, V. Mamadouh, A. J. Secor, & J. Sharp (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell companion to political geography (pp. 152–164). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Available at the William T. Young Library, call number: JC319 .C646 2015.  See if the book is checked out.

  Ehrkamp, P., Nagel, C., & Cottrell, C. (2015). Changing geographies of immigration and religion in the U.S. South. In S. D. Brunn (Ed.), The changing world religion map: Sacred places, identities, practices and politics (pp. 1711–1724). Dordrecht: Springer.

Available at the William T. Young Library, call number: BL80.3 .C43 2015.  See if the book is checked out.

  Janoski, T., & Compion, S. (2015). Sociological aspects of citizenship. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences (2nd ed., pp. 655–661). Oxford: Elsevier. 

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  Samers, M. (2015). Migration. In J. Agnew, V. Mamadouh, A. J. Secor, & J. Sharp (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell companion to political geography (pp. 478–492). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Available at the William T. Young Library, call number: JC319 .C646 2015.  See if the book is checked out.

  Samers, M. (2015). Migration policies, migration and regional integration in North America. In L. S. Talani & S. McMahon (Eds.), Handbook of the international political economy of migration (pp. 373–398). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 

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  Samers, M., & Snider, M. (2015). Finding work: The experience of immigrants in North America. In H. Bauder & J. Shields (Eds.), Immigrant experiences in North America: Understanding settlement and integration. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. 

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  Whitaker, M. (2015). Temples in diaspora: From moral landscapes to therapeutic religiosity and the construction of consilience in Tamil Toronto. In S. D. Brunn (Ed.), The changing world religion map: Sacred places, identities, practices and politics (pp. 1363–1383). Dordrecht: Springer. 

Available at the William T. Young Library, call number: BL80.3 .C43 2015.  See if the book is checked out.

Book Chapters Published from 2016 through July 2018

  Janoski, T. (2016). Naturalization levels and processes: Consequences for social policy. In G. P. Freeman & N. Mirilovic (Eds.), Handbook on migration and social policy (pp. 42–63). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 

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  Liberato, A. S. Q. (2018). The racialization of Dominicans in the US and Europe. In J. A. Cobas, J. R. Feagin, D. J. Delgado, & M. Chávez (Eds.), Latino peoples in the new America: Racialization and resistance. Routledge.

(Forthcoming in December 2018) 

  Liberato, A. S. Q., & St. Jean, Y. (2017). Systemic racism and anti-Haitian racism: Challenges and opportunities. In R. Thompson-Miller & K. Ducey (Eds.), Systemic racism: Making liberty, justice, and democracy real (pp. 309–332). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

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  Samers, M. (2016). New guest worker regimes? In A. Amelina, K. Horvath, & B. Meeus (Eds.), An anthology of migration and social transformation: European perspectives (pp. 121–134). Cham: Springer. 

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  Stamatel, J. P., & Zhang, C. (2018). Risk factors for violence against refugee women. In H. Kury & S. Redo (Eds.), Refugees and migrants in law and policy: Challenges and opportunities for global civic education (pp. 625–646). Cham: Springer. 

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