Marrow, Helen B. 2011. New Destination Dreaming: Immigration, Race, and Legal Status in the Rural American South. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
*See recent press for the book in:
Waters, Mary C. and Reed Ueda with Helen B. Marrow (Eds.). 2007. The New Americans: A Guide to Immigration since 1965. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Journal Articles**Note: U.S. copyright law generally prohibits reproduction of these articles “for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research” (see Title 17, US Code for details). If you would like to copy or reprint these articles for other purposes, please contact the publisher to secure permission.
Alba, Richard D., Tomás R. Jiménez, and Helen B. Marrow. forthcoming. “Mexican Americans as a Paradigm for Contemporary Intra-Group Heterogeneity.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Published online first doi:10.1080/01419870.2013.786111
Marrow, Helen B. forthcoming (October 2013). “In Ireland ‘Latin Americans are Kind of Cool’: Evaluating a National Context of Reception with a Transnational Lens.” Ethnicities 13(5). Published online first doi:10.1177/1468796812463188
Marrow, Helen B. forthcoming (July 2013). “Assimilation in New Destinations.” Dædalus: The Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (Special Themed Issue entitled “Immigration and the Future of America,” edited by Douglas S. Massey)
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “Deserving to a Point: Unauthorized Immigrants in San Francisco’s Universal Access Healthcare Model.” Social Science & Medicine 74(6) (Special Themed Issue entitled “Migration, ‘Illegality,’ and Health: Mapping Embodied Vulnerability and Debating Health-Related Deservingness,” edited by Sarah S. Willen): 846-54.
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “The Power of Local Autonomy: Expanding Health Care to Unauthorized Immigrants in San Francisco.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(1) (Special Themed Issue entitled “Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections,” edited by Patricia Fernández-Kelly and Alejandro Portes): 72-87.
Lowe, Sarah R., Kara Lustig, and Helen B. Marrow. 2011. “African American Women’s Reports of Racism during Hurricane Katrina: Variation by Interviewer Race.” The New School Psychology Bulletin 8(2): 46-57.
Marrow, Helen B. 2009. “Immigrant Bureaucratic Incorporation: The Dual Roles of Professional Missions and Government Policies.” American Sociological Review 74(5): 756-76.
Marrow, Helen B. 2009. “New Destinations and the American Colour Line.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(6) (Special Themed Issue entitled “Making Latino/a Identities in Contemporary America,” edited by Martin Bulmer and John Solomos): 1037-57.
Marrow, Helen B. 2005. “New Destinations and Immigrant Incorporation.” Perspectives on Politics 3(4): 781-99.
Marrow, Helen B. 2003. “To Be or Not To Be (Hispanic or Latino): Brazilian Racial and Ethnic Identity in the United States.” Ethnicities 3(4): 427-64.
Marrow, Helen B. 2011. “Race and the New Southern Migration, 1986 to the present.” Pp. 125-60 in Beyond la Frontera: The History of Mexico-US Migration, edited by Mark Overmyer-Velázquez. New York: Oxford University Press.
Marrow, Helen B. 2011. “Intergroup Relations: Reconceptualizing Discrimination and Hierarchy.” Pp. 53-76 in Being Brown in Dixie: Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Immigration in the New South, edited by Cameron D. Lippard and Charles A. Gallagher. Boulder, CO: First Forum Press.
Marrow, Helen B. 2008. “Hispanic Immigration, Black Population Size, and Intergroup Relations in the Rural and Small-Town U.S. South.” Pp. 211-48 in New Faces in New Places: The Changing Geography of American Immigration, edited by Douglas S. Massey. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Marrow, Helen B. 2007. “Who Are the Other Latinos, and Why?” Pp. 39-77 in The Other Latinos: Central and South Americans in the United States, edited by José Luis Falconi and José Antonio Mazzotti. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.
Marrow, Helen B. 2007. “South America: Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela.” Pp. 593-611 in The New Americans: A Guide to Immigration Since 1965, edited by Mary C. Waters and Reed Ueda with Helen B. Marrow. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Marrow, Helen B. 2007. “Africa: South Africa and Zimbabwe.” Pp. 307-18 The New Americans: A Guide to Immigration Since 1965, edited by Mary C. Waters and Reed Ueda with Helen B. Marrow. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “Book Review: Brettell, Caroline B. and Reed-Danahay, Deborah. 2012. Civic Engagements: The Citizenship Practices of Indian and Vietnamese Immigrants. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.” International Migration Review 46(4): 1010-12.
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “The Latino South: The State of the Field – A Review Essay.” Latino Studies 10(1-2) (Special Themed Issue entitled “Latinas and Latinos in the U.S. South: Immigration, Integration, and Identity,” edited by Suzanne Oboler): 259-68. (physical copy unable to be provided online)
Marrow, Helen B. 2011. “Book Review: Fraga, Luis Ricardo, John A. Garcia, Rodney E. Hero, Michael Jones-Correa, Valerie Martinez-Ebers, and Gary M. Segura. 2010. Latino Lives in America: Making it Home. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.” Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 40(2): 178-79.
Marrow, Helen B. 2010. “Book Review: Odem, Mary E. and Elaine Lacy (eds.). 2009. Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the U.S. South. Athens: University of Georgia Press.” The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Inter-American Cultural History 66(4): 575-76.
Marrow, Helen B. 2009. “Book Review: Varzally, Allison. 2008. Making a Non-White America: Californians Coloring Outside Ethnic Lines, 1925-1955. Berkeley: University of California Press.” American Journal of Sociology 115(2): 628-30.
Marrow, Helen B. 2006. “Book Review: Calavita, Kitty. 2005. Immigrants at the Margins: Law, Race, and Exclusion in Southern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.” American Journal of Sociology 112(2): 637-38.
Other Peer-Reviewed Publications
Marrow, Helen B. 2013. “Undocumented Residents in the United States.” In Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, edited by Immanuel Ness. New York: Wiley-Blackwell. (physical copy unable to be provided online)
Marrow, Helen B. 2010. “Access Not Denied? The Role American Localities Can Play.” FACTS Reports (Field ACTions Science Reports) (Special Online Themed Issue entitled “Health and Migration,” edited by David Ojcius).
Marrow, Helen B. 2005. “Argentine Americans,” “Brazilian Americans,” “Chilean Americans,” “Colombian Americans,” “Peruvian Americans,” and “Venezuelan Americans.” Various pages in The Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society, edited by Ilan Stavans. New York: Grolier.
Other Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications
Marrow, Helen B. 2013. “Counsel for the Second Term: Tufts Professors Offer Advice to Barack Obama on the Economy, Health Care, Politics, Immigration, Science Education, and Food Policy.” Tufts Now, January 22.
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “Will State and Local Crackdowns Prevent Immigrants from Fitting In to American Society?” Scholar Strategy Network: Research to Improve Policy and Enhance Democracy, November.
Marrow, Helen B. 2012. “Extending Health Care to Unauthorized Immigrants – Lessons from San Francisco.” Scholar Strategy Network: Research to Improve Policy and Enhance Democracy, September.
Marrow, Helen. 2011. “When We All Become the Immigration Police.” Latino Decisions: Everything Latino Politics (Online Blogsite), December 19.
Marrow, Helen B. 2010. “Access Not Denied? The Role Localities Can Play.” ACCESS DENIED: A Conversation on Unauthorized Im/migration and Health (Online Blogsite), May 18.
Marrow, Helen B. 2007. “County’s Language Ban Could Backfire on It.” Washington Daily News (Beaufort County, NC), February 28.