Deportation Relief Publications

Faculty Fellows on the ISS Deportation Relief project are publishing journal articles and books on their research.


Griffith, Kate. “The Power of a Presumption: California as a Laboratory for Unauthorized Immigrant Workers’ Rights.” 50 UC Davis Law Review 1279. 2017.

Hall, Matthew and Maria Krysan. “The Neighborhood Context of Latino Threat.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. 2017.

Hall, Matthew. “Direct Retrospective Self-Report (Cross-Sectional) Method” in Frank D. Bean and Susan K. Brown (eds.) Encyclopedia of Migration, Springer. 2017.

Taylor, Marylee, Maria Krysan, and Matthew Hall. “The Uncertain Impact of Anglo/Latino Contact on Anglos’ Immigration Policy Views: Awareness of Latinos’ Problems is the Key.” Du Bois Review. 2017.

York Cornell, Erin and Matthew Hall. “Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Neighborhood Problems in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas, 1985-2013” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2017.


Alvarado, S.E. “Delayed Disadvantage: Neighborhood Context and Child Development.” Social Forces 94(4):1847-1877. 2016.

Alvarado, S.E. “Neighborhood disadvantage and obesity across childhood and adolescence: Evidence from the NLSY Children and Young Adults cohort (1986 – 2010).” Social Science Research 57:80-98. 2016.

Burkhauser, Richard, Markus Hahn, Matthew Hall, and Nicole Watson. “Australia Farewell: Predictors of Emigration in the 2000s.” Population Research and Policy Review, 35: 197-215. 2016.

Gleeson, Shannon. Precarious Claims: The Promise and Failure of Workplace Protections in the United States. Oakland: University of California Press. 2016.

Griffith, Kati. Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?: Proceedings of the New York University 68th Annual Conference on Labor (Lexis Edited Volume). 2016.

Griffith, Kati. Introduction: Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?, in Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?: Proceedings of the New York University 68th Annual Conference on Labor. 2016.

Hall, Matthew, Laura Tach, and Barrett Lee. “Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980-2010.” Population and Development Review, 42: 271-97. 2016.

Matsudaira, Jordan. “Economic Conditions and the Living Arrangements of Young Adults: 1960 to 2011.” Journal of Population Economics. 29(1), 2016: 167-195. 2016.

Paret, Marcel and Shannon Gleeson, co-editors. “Building Citizenship from Below: Precarity, Migration, and Agency.” Introduction to Special Issue on “Precarity and Agency through a Migration Lens,” Citizenship Studies. Vol. 20:3-4 (277-294). 2016.

Paret, Marcel and Shannon Gleeson (Eds.). “Precarity and Agency through a Migration Lens,” special issue for Citizenship Studies. Vol. 20:3-4. co-edited with Marcel Paret. 2016.

Rugh, Jacob S. and Matthew Hall.  “Deporting the American Dream: Immigration Enforcement and Latino Foreclosures,” Sociological Science3, 1053-1076. 2016.


Alvarado, S.E. and Brian P. An, “Race, Friends, and College Readiness: Evidence from the High School Longitudinal Study,” Race and Social Problems 7(2), 150-167. 2015.

Bada, Xóchitl and Shannon M. Gleeson. “A New Approach to Migrant Labor Rights Enforcement: The Crisis of Undocumented Worker Abuse and Mexican Consular Advocacy in the United States,” Labor Studies Journal. Vol. 40:1 (32-53). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “Narratives of Deservingness and the Institutional Youth of Immigrant Workers” (special issue on “Complicating the Politics of Deservingness: A Critical Look at Undocumented (Im)migrant Youth,” edited by Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales, Leisy Abrego, and Kathleen Coll) Association of Mexican-American Educators Journal. Volume 40:1 (32-53). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “‘They Come Here to Work’: An Evaluation of the Economic Argument in Favor of Immigrant Rights,”Citizenship Studies.Volume 19:3-4 (400-420). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “Brokering Immigrant Worker Rights: An Examination of Local Immigration Control, Administrative Capacity, and Civil Society,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 41(3): 470-4922. 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon.  “Brokered Pathways to Justice and Cracks in the Law: A Closer Look at the Claimsmaking Experiences of Low-wage Workers,” (special issue on “Low Wage Workers and Organizing,” edited by M. Anne Visser and Héctor Cordero-Guzmán) WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor & Society, Volume 18(1):77-102. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. “Worker Centers and Labor Law Protections: Why Aren’t They Having Their Cake?,” 36 Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law 331. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. “When Federal Immigration Exclusion Meets Subfederal Workplace Inclusion: A ‘Forensic’ Approach to Legislative History, ” 17 NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 881. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. Labor Law and Immigration, in Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 8th Edition. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. Cross-Border Labor Law, in Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 8th Edition. 2015.

Hall, Matthew, Kyle Crowder, and Amy Spring. “Variations in Housing Foreclosures Across Place and Race, 2005-2012,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 660:217-37. 2015.

Hall, Matthew, and Emily Greenman. 2015. “The Occupational Risk of Being Illegal in the United States: Legal Status, Job Hazard, and Compensating Differentials.” International Migration Review 49: 406-42. 2015.

Michael Harper, Samuel Estreicher & Kati Griffith. “Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems,” 8th Edition. 2015.