Peer-Reviewed Articles (*undergraduate or graduate student):
Vaquera, Elizabeth and Elizabeth Aranda. (2017). “Moving Up and Down the Ladder: Perceived Social Mobility and Emotional Dispositions among South Florida’s Immigrants.”Sociological Forum,32 (4): 793-815.
Vaquera, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Aranda and Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez. (2017). “Emotional Challenges of Undocumented Young Adults: Ontological Security, Emotional Capital, and Well-Being.” Social Problems, 64 (2): 298-314.
Aranda, Elizabeth and Fernando Rivera. (2016). "Puerto Rican Families in Central Florida: Prejudice and Discrimination and their Implications for Successful Integration." Women, Gender, and Families of Color.
Aranda, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Vaquera, and Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez*. (2015). “Personal and Cultural Trauma and the Ambivalent National Identities of Undocumented Young Adults in the U.S.” Journal of Intercultural Studies, DOI:10.1080/07256868.2015.1072906.
Aranda, Elizabeth and Elizabeth Vaquera. (2015). “Racism, the Immigration Enforcement Regime, and the Implications for Racial Inequality in the Lives of Undocumented Young Adults.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. Vol. 1 (1): 88-104.
Flores-González, Nilda, Elizabeth Aranda, and Elizabeth Vaquera. (2014). “‘Doing Race:’ Latino Youths’ Racial Identification and the Politics of Racial Exclusion.” American Behavioral Scientist, 58 (14): 1834-1851.
Martinez, Girsea*, and Elizabeth Aranda. (forthcoming, 2018). “Racialization and Strategies of Resistance among Undocumented Latino Young Adults in the United States.” In Latinos in the New America: Racialization and Resistance. (ed.) Jose Cobas and Joe Feagin. NY: Routledge.
Aranda, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Vaquera, and Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez*. (2016). “Personal and Cultural Trauma and the Ambivalent National Identities of Undocumented Young Adults in the U.S.” in Kivisto, Peter (ed.) National Identity in an Age of Migration: The US Experience. New York, NY: Routledge.[Reprinted]
Aranda, Elizabeth. (2009). “Puerto Rican Migration and Settlement in South Florida: Ethnic Identities and Transnational Spaces.” Pp. 111-130, In Ana Margarita Cervantes-Rodríguez, Ramón Grosfoguel and Eric Mielants (Co-Eds.), Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the United States: Essays on Incorporation, Identity, and Citizenship. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Aranda, Elizabeth, Rosa Chang* and Elena Sabogal. (2009). “Racializing Miami: Immigrant Latinos and Colorblind Racism in the Global City.” Pp. 149-165 in José A. Cobas, Jorge Duany, and Joe Feagin (Co-Eds.) How the United States Racializes Latinos: White Hegemony and its Consequences. Boulder CO: Paradigm Publishers.
- Co-author of the introductory article: Aranda, Elizabeth, Cecilia Menjívar, and Katharine Donato. (2014). “The Spillover Consequences of an Enforcement-First U.S. Immigration Regime.” American Behavioral Scientist. Vol. 58 (13): 1687-1695.
- Co-author of the introductory article: Vaquera, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Aranda, and Roberto Gonzales. (2014). “Patterns of Incorporation of Latinos in Old and New Destinations: From Invisible to Hypervisible .” American Behavioral Scientist. Vol. 58 (14): 1823-1833.
Rivera, Fernando and Elizabeth Aranda. (2017). “When the U.S. Sneezes Puerto Rico Already has a Cold.” Contexts, October 5.
Aranda, Elizabeth. (2017). “Response to Valdez and Golash-Boza.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40 (13): 2232-2239.