Latina/Latino Sociology Section Award Recipients

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Latina/Latino Sociology Section Award for Distinguished Contribution to Research

Year

Name

Affiliation

2014

Cecilia Menjívar and Leisy Abrego

University of California -Los Angeles, "Legal Violence: Immigration Law and the Lives of Central American Immigrants." American Journal of Sociology 117.5: 1380-1421.

2013

Roberto Gonzales
 

Harvard University. 2011. "Learning to be Illegal:  Undocumented Youth and Shifting Legal Contexts in the Transitions to Adulthood," American Sociological Review 76(4): 602-619

2012

Veronica Terriquez

University of Southern California. “Schools for Democracy:  Labor Union Participation and the School-Based Civic Engagement of Latino Immigrant Parents.” American Sociological Review 76: 581-601.
2011

  Helen B. Marrow.
 

University of California-Berkeley

2010 Co.

Jessica Vazquez

Christopher Wetzel

University of Kansas at Lawrence

Stonehill College

2010 Co.

Tomás Jiménez

Stanford University

2009

C. Allison Newby

Julie A. Dowling

New Mexico State University

University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

2008

Tanya Golash-Boza

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology & Program in American Studies, Universityof Kansas

2007

Cecilia Menjivar

Arizona State University, “Liminal Legality: Salvadoran and Guatemalan Immigrants’ Lives in the United States,” American Journal of Sociology 111 (4):999-1037

2005

Rogelio Saenz

Texas A&M University

2004

Edward Murguia

Texas A&M University

2003

Ramiro Martinez

Ricardo Stanton-Salazar

Florida International University

University of Southern California

2001

Clara Rodriquez

Fordham University

2000

Maxine Baca Zinn

Michigan State University


 

Latina/Latino Sociology Section Cristina Maria Riegos Distinguished Student Paper Award

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014

Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz

Brown University

“Cultivating Consent: State Legibility, Latino Spokespersons, and the U.S. 2010 Census” Paper Presentation at 2013 Yale University Center for Comparative Research, Graduate Student Conference  
Under Review, American Journal of Sociology

2013

Lorena Castro

Stanford University "Attitudes about Assimilation among the Mexican-origin Population: Evidence from the 2006 Immigrant Rights Marches"  
2011 Co.

Van C. Tran

  “English Gain vs. Spanish Loss? Language Assimilation among Second-Generation Latinos in Young Adulthood”
2011 Co. Anthony Christian Ocampo 
 

 
“Making Masculinity: Negotiations of Gender Presentation among Latino Gay Men”

2010

Gladys Garcia-Lopez

University of California, Santa Barbara

“‘Nunca Te Toman En Cuenta [They never Take You Into Account]’: The Challenge of Inclusion and Strategies for Success of Chicana Attorneys,” published in Gender & Society, October 2008.

2009

Laura Lopez-Sanders

Stanford University

“Trapped at the Bottom: Racialized and Gendered Labor Queues in New Immigrant Destinations.”

2008

Glenda M. Flores,

Department of Sociology, University

of Southern California,

“The Paradox of Race at the

Workplace: Latina Teachers Navigating Racial/Ethnic

Tensions and Opportunities on the Jobs.”

2007

Oscar F. Gil-Garcia,

University of California-Santa Barbara,

“Migration Politics and Human Rights: Redefining the Camera as Collaborative Technology in Transnational Communities,” The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge & Society

2006

Christina A. Sue

University of California-Los Angeles

“Assimilation and Gender in Latino Naming Practices.”

2005

Victor M. Rios

University of California-Berkeley


 

2004

Leisy Abrego

University of California-Los Angeles


 

2003

Rachel Munoz and Natalia Sarkisian

University of Massachusetts


 

2001

Kim M. Loyd

University of Albany

“Latino Nuptial Behavior: Evidence of Ethno-racial Assortative Mating in the United States”

1998

Julie Dowling

University of Texas-Austin

“Split at the Root: The Construction of Ethnic Identity in Persons of Mixed Mexican-American and Anglo Heritage”

1995

Christina Riegos

Brown University

“The Fire Esta Vez”



Latina/Latino Sociology Section Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship Book Awards

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014

Edward Orozco Flores

University of California – Merced

God's Gangs: Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery (New York University Press, 2013).

2013

Cybelle Fox

 

Three Worlds of Relief (Princeton University Press, 2012)

2012

Victor Rios

University of California- Santa Barbara 2011. Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. New York:NYU Press.
2011

Tomas Jimenez 

Stanford University 2010. Replenished Ethnicity: Mexican Americans, Immigration and Identity. University of California Press.

2010

Jacqueline Hagan

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,

Migration Miracle: Faith, Hope, and Meaning on the Undocumented Journey published by Harvard University Press in 2008. 

2009 Co.

Jose Itzigsohn

 

Encountering American Faultlines: Race, Class, and the Dominican Experience in Providence, Russel Sage Foundation, 2009.

2009 Co.

Edward Telles and Vilma Ortiz

 

Generations of Exclusion: Mexican Americans, Assimilation and Race, Russel Sage Foundation, 2009.

2008 Co.

Robert Courtney Smith,

 

Mexican New York: Transnational

Lives of New Immigrants, University of California Press,

2006.

2008 Co.

Milagros Pena, Latina

 

Activists Across Borders, Women's

Grassroots Organizing in Mexico and Texas, Duke University

Press, 2007.

2008 Co.

Tanya Golash-Boza,

Assistant Professor, Department of

Sociology & Program in American Studies, University

of Kansas,

“Dropping the Hyphen? Becoming Latino(a)-

American through Racialized Assimilation.” Social Forces

2006.

2006

Ana Ramos-Zayas

 

Nationalist Performances: Race, Class, and Space in Puerto Rican Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2003.

2002

Pierette Hondagneu-Sotelo

University of Southern California

Domestica: Immigrant Workers Cleaning and Caring in the Shadow of Alluence

2000

Mary Pardo

California State University

Mexican American Wiomen Activists: Identity and Resistance in Two Communities


Latina/Latino Sociology Section Julian Samora Distinguished Career Award

Changed from Distinguished Career Award in 2009

Year

Name

Affiliation

2014

Vilma Ortiz

University of California - Los Angeles

2013

Nestor Rodriguez

University of Texas at Austin

2012

Mary Romero

Arizona State University- Tempe

2010

Cecilia Menijívar

Arizona State University

2009

Silvia Pedraza

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

2008

Edward E. Telles

University of California—Los Angeles




Latina/Latino Sociology Section Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Service

Year

Name

Affiliation

2007

Denise Segura

University of California-Santa Barbara

2001

Alfonso Morales

University of Texas, El Paso

Latina/Latino Sociology Section Founder's Award

Year

Name

Affiliation

2014 José Z. Calderón

Pitzer College

2013 Rogelio Saenz

University of Texas at San Antonio