Below is a listing of my publications. For more information visit Research Gate or Academia. 


Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines (4th edition), co-edited with James F. Hollifield. London and New York: Routledge, 2022.

Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (7th edition),  co-edited with Carolyn F. Sargent: London and New York: Routledge, 2017. (previous editions Prentice Hall, 1993, 1997, 2001; Pearson 2005, 2009, 2013)

Gender and Migration. Polity Press (UK), 2016.

Identity and the Second Generation: How Children of Immigrants Find their Space, co-edited with Faith E. Nibbs. Vanderbilt University Press, 2016.

Following Father Chiniquy: Immigration, Religious Schism, and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Illinois. Southern Illinois University Press, 2015.

Anthropological Conversations: Talking Culture across Disciplines. Altamira/Rowman and Littlefield 2015.

Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines, coedited with James F. Hollifield. Routledge Press, 2015  (previous editions, 2000, 2008).

Civic Engagements: The Citizenship Practices of Indian and Vietnamese Immigrants (with Deborah Reed-Danahay). Stanford University Press, 2012

Citizenship, Political Engagement, and Belonging: Immigrants in Europe and the United States (Rutgers University Press, 2008); co-edited with Deborah Reed-Danahay.

Twenty-First Century Gateways:  Immigrant Incorporation in Suburbia,  Audrey Singer, Susan Hardwick and Caroline Brettell, eds., Brookings Institution Press (2008)

Crossing Borders/Constructing Boundaries: Race, Ethnicity and Immigration (edited volume) (Lexington Books, 2007).

Writing Against the Wind: A Mother’s Life History. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Inc., 1999 (now Rowman and Littlefield).

Gender and Health: An International Perspective (edited with Carolyn Sargent). Prentice-Hall, 1996.

We  Have  Already  Cried  Many  Tears:  The Stories of Three Portuguese Migrant Women. Waveland Press, 1995; previous edition,  Schenkman Publishing Co., 1982.

When They Read What We Write: The Politics of Ethnography (edited volume). Westport, CT:  Bergin and Garvey/Greenwood, 1993.

Men Who Migrate, Women Who Wait: Population and History in a Portuguese Parish. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986.

International Migration: The Female Experience, (edited with Rita James Simon). Totowa, N.J.: Rowman and Allenheld, 1986.

Painters and Peasants in the Nineteenth Century, with Richard Robson Brettell. Geneva: Skira Publications, 1983.

Já  Chorei  Muitas  Lágrimas:  crónica  duma mulher Portuguesa imigrada. Lisbon: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 1978.


“The Political and Civic Engagement of Immigrants”, Cambridge, Mass: American Academy of Arts and Sciences Publications, 2020

“Conceptualizing Migration and Mobility in Anthropology: An Historical Analysis” Transitions: Journal of Transient Migrations, volume 2, Number 1, 2018, pp. 3-21

“Marriage and Migration”. Annual Review of Anthropology, volume 46, 2017, pp 81-97.

Forum Comment: “Migration and Cities” Urban Studies and Practice Journal 2017, no 1, special issue on “Migrants and the City”, edited by Anna Rocheva and Evgeni Varshayer (2017)

“Entering the Public Sphere: The Citizenship Practices of US Immigrants”, Border Crossing 6 (2016): 94-106 (a translated version, “Kamusal alana giriş: ABD’de göçmenlerin vatandaşlığa geçiş deneyimleri” appeared in Goc Dergisi 2 (2), 2015: 175- 188 (Migration Journal/Turkish).

“Obituary:  Robert Van Kemper,” American Anthropologist 116 (2014): 707-708

“Comment: Roberto Gonzales and Leo Chavez, “Awakening to a Nightmare: Abjectivity and Illegality in the Lives of Undocumented 1.5 Generation Latino Immigrants in the United States” Current Anthropology 53 (3), 2012, pp. 269-270.

“Experiencing Everyday Discrimination: A Comparison across Five Immigrant Populations”, Race and Social Problems, Volume 3 (4), 2011, pp. 266-279.

“Immigrant Suburban Settlement and the ‘Threat’ to Middle Class Status and American Identity: The Case of Farmers Branch, Texas” (with Faith Nibbs), International Migration, 49 (1), 2011, 1-30.

“Anthropology, Migration, and Comparative Consciousness”, New Literary Theory, 40 (3), (2009), 649-671.

“Lived Hybridity: Second-Generation Identity Construction through College Festival” (with Faith Nibbs), Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 16 (6), (2009), 678-699.

“Portugal’s First Post-Colonials: Citizenship, Identity and the Repatriation of Goans”, Portuguese Studies Review 14 (2), (2006/7; published in 2009), 143-170

“21st Century Gateways: Immigrants in Suburban America,” Poverty & Race 17 (4), 2008 (with Audrey Singer and Susan W. Hardwick), p. 1-2, 11-13, 15.

“Twenty-First Century Gateways: Immigrant Incorporation in Suburbia” Migration Information Source, April 2008 (with Audrey Singer and Susan W. Hardwick)

“The Agency of Immigrant Entrepreneurs: Biographies of the Self Employed in Ethnic and Occupational Niches of the Urban Labor Market,” (with Kristoffer Alstatt), Journal of Anthropological Research, 63 (2007): 383-397.

“Remembering Anthony Galt”, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 12 (2007): 382-386

“Adjustment of Status, Remittances, and Return: Some Observations on 21st Century Migration Processes,” City and Society 19 (2007): 47-59

“Wrestling with 9/11: Immigrant Perceptions and Perceptions of Immigrants,” Migration Letters 3 (2006):17-34.

“Introduction: Global Spaces/Local Places: Transnationalism, Diaspora, and the Meaning of Home,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 13 (2006): 327-334.

“Political Belonging and Cultural Belonging: Immigration Status, Citizenship and Identity among Four Immigrant Populations in a Southwestern City,” American Behavioral Scientist, 50 (2006): 70-99

“Introduction: Migration, Identity, and Citizenship: Anthropological Perspectives,” American Behavioral Scientist (with Carolyn Sargent), 50 (2006): 1-8.

“Voluntary Organizations, Social Capital, and the Social Incorporation of Asian Indian Immigrants in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex”, Anthropological Quarterly, 78 (2005): 821-851.

“The Spatial, Social, and Political Incorporation of Asian Indian Immigrants in Dallas” Urban Anthropology 34 (2005): 247-280. (excerpt reprinted in Vincent Parillo, Strangers to these Shores (10th ed, 2011).

“French Canadians in the Kankakee Valley” for Illinois History Teacher, 12 (2005): 28-39.

“Costumes Familiares em Portugal e no Brasil: Paralelos Transatlânticos,” Revista População e Familia (Brazil), Volume 5, Fall 2003, pp. 127-152 (requested translation for republication of 1993 article with Alida Metcalf published in Continuity and Change)

“The Individual/Agent and Culture/Structure in the History of the Social Sciences,” Social Science History 26 (2002):430-445

“Gendered Lives: Personal Time, Family Time, Historical Time,” Current Anthropology, 43 (2002): S45-S61.

“Migrants and Transmigrants, Borders and Identity: Anthropology and the New Immigration, Reviews in Anthropology 31 (2002):277-289.

“From Ellis Island to JFK”: Comparison in Anthropology and History” Journal of American Ethnic History, Summer  21/4 (2002): 68-73.

“Urban History, Urban Anthropology, and the Study of Migrants in Cities,” City and Society XII (2000): 129-138.

“City and State as Context: A Research Model for Immigrant Incorporation in the United States,” (with Dennis Cordell and James F. Hollifield), Demographie Aktuell (Institut für  Sozialwissenschaften, Universität de Berlin) 14 (1999): 26-44.

“New Immigrants in America: Contributions to Ethnography and Theory,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 5 (1999):603-617.

“Moral Economy or Political Economy?: Property and Credit Markets in 19th Century Rural Portugal,” Journal of Historical Sociology 12 (1999): 1-28

“Fratelli, Sorelle e Successioni nel Portogallo Nord-Occidentale (XIX-XX Secolo)” (Brothers, Sisters, and Succession in Northwestern Portugal), Quaderni Storici 87 (1994):701-722

“Family Customs in Portugal and Brazil: Transatlantic Parallels,” (with Alida Metcalf), Continuity and Change, 8(1993): 1-24.

“The Emigrant, the Nation, and the State in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Portugal: An Anthropological Perspective,” Portuguese Studies Review 2 (1993): 51-65

“Archives and Informants: Reflections on Juxtaposing the Methods of Anthropology and History,” Historical Methods 25 (1992): 28-36.

“Kinship and Contract: Property Transmission and Family Relations in Northwestern Portugal,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 33(1991): 443-465. (shorter version  published in Recherches en Anthropologie au Portugal, Centre D’ Études Portugaises de L’ École des Hautes Études en Science Sociales, Paris, 1991, 3:18-27)

“The Roda of Viana do Castelo in the 19th Century: Public Welfare and Family Strategies,” with Rui Feijó, Cadernos Vianenses 12 (1989):217-269. (Reprinted as “Foundlings in Nineteenth-Century Northwestern Portugal: Public Welfare and Family Strategies”  IN Actes de Colloque International, “Enfance Abandonnée et Société en Europe, XIV-XX siècle, École Française de Rome, 1991, pp. 273-300.)

“Emigration and Household Structure in a  Northwestern Portuguese Parish, 1850-1920,” Journal of Family History 13 (1988):33-58.

“In the Absence of Men.” Natural History, February, 1987, pp. 52-61 (reprinted in Anthropology 88/89: Annual Editions).

“Recent Advances in Italian and Iberian Family History,” with David I. Kertzer, Journal of Family History, 12 (1987):87-120. (reprinted in  Tamara Hareven and Andrejs Plakans, eds., Family History at the Crossroad. Princeton: PrincetonUniversity Press, 1988; shorter version  reprinted in Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 28 (2):249-289)

“Introduction: Travel Literature, Ethnography, and Ethnohistory,” Ethnohistory 33 (1986):127-138.

“Nineteenth Century Travelers Accounts of the Mediterranean Peasant,” Ethnohistory 33 (1986):159-173.

“Historical Demography and Genealogy: A Fertile Union?” Origins 2 (1986):3-7.

“From Catholics to Presbyterians: French Canadian Immigrants in Central Illinois,” American Presbyterians, Journal of Presbyterian History 63 (1985):285-298.

“Male Migrants and Unwed Mothers: Illegitimacy in a Northwestern Portuguese Town,” Anthropology, 9 (1985): 87-110.

“Nupcialidad en un pueblo de la provincia del Mino, 1700-1970: una nota de investigacíon,” Boletín de la Asociacíon de Demografía Historica 2 (1984):2-19.

“Emigração, a Igreja, e a Festa Religioso no Norte do Portugal: estudo de um caso,” Estudos Contemporâneos, 5 (1983):175-204.

“Is the Ethnic Community Inevitable? A Comparison of the Settlement Patterns of Portuguese Immigrants in Toronto and Paris,” Journal of  Ethnic Studies, 9 (1981):1-17.

Emigrar para Voltar: A Portuguese Ideology of Return Migration,” Papers in Anthropology, 20 (1979):1-20.

“Annotated Bibliography, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Portuguese Emigration,” Portuguese Studies Newsletter, no. 3, Fall-Winter 1978, pp. 7-18.

“Portuguese Immigrants in France: Social Networks and the Structuring of ‘Community’,” with Colette Callier-Boisvert. Studi Emigrazione/Etudes Migrations, 46 (1977):149-203.

“Portuguese Emigration to Western European Countries, 1950-1975,” European Demographic Information Bulletin, 7 (1976):85-91.


“Exploring the Immigrant Novel:  Blurred Genres, Embodied Identities, and the Unsettling Migration Experience.” In Anthropological Approaches to Reading Migrant Writing: Reimagining Ethnographic Methods, Knowledge, and Power, Deborah Reed-Danahay and Helena Wulff, eds. New York: Routledge Press (in press).

“Gender and Cultures of Migration”, The Handbook of Culture and Migration, Jeffrey Cohen and Ibrahim Sirkeci, eds. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021

 “Thinking with Comparison in the Anthropology/ Historical Anthropology of Migration”,  Comparing Cultures: Innovations in Comparative Ethnography, Michael Schnegg and Edward Lowe, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2020

“Foreword”, New and Old Routes of Portuguese Emigration: Uncertain Futures at the Periphery of Europe, edited by Claudia Pereira and Joana Azevedo (Springer Publications, 2019)

“Material Culture, Memory and Commemoration: Family and Community Celebrations and Connections to ‘Home’ among Asian Indian Immigrants.” in Memory, Tourism and Migration, edited by Sabine Marschall. Routledge Press, 2018.

“The Perception and Experience of Everyday Discrimination among US Immigrants,” in Models for Practice with Immigrants and Refugees: Collaboration, Cultural Awareness and Integrative Theory, edited by Marta Lundy and Aimee Hilado. Sage Publications, 2018.

“Cityward Migration in Comparative Perspective” (with Robert V. Kemper; revised by C. Brettell for 6th edition), IN Urban Life: Readings in the Anthropology of the City, edited by George Gmelch and Petra Kupinger, 6th edition, Waveland Press, 2018.

“Perspectives on Migration Theory-Anthropology”, International Handbook of Migration and Population Distribution, edited by Michael White, pp. 41-67. Springer Publications; 2016

“Migration: Anthropological Perspectives”. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition), Vol 15, edited by James D. Wright, pp. 422-426. Elsevier Publications, 2015.

“21st Century Gateways: Immigrants in Suburban America,” (with A. Singer and S. Hardwick) In America’s Growing Inequality: The Impact of Poverty and Race, Chester Harman and Luis V. Gutierrez, eds. Lexington Books, 2014 (reprint)

“Engaging the Public Sphere: The Civic and Political Incorporation of Post1965 Indian Immigrants” in What’s New about the New Immigration?: Traditions and Transformations since 1965, edited by Marilyn Halter, Marilynn S. Johnson, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright, Palgrave-MacMillan (2014)

“Preface” in Filhos de Engano: Amor, Sexualidade e Grupos Sociais no Alentejo by Isabel Marçano. Lisbon: Edições Colibri 2013

“Anthropology, Migration, and Comparative Consciousness”, Comparison: Theories, Approaches, Uses, edited by Rita Felski and Susan Stanford Friedman (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013)

Thinking about Dallas: Historical Themes, Neighborhoods, and Situated Art” Nasher XChange Tenth Anniversary Exhibition Catalogue, 2013.

“Engendering the Study of Immigration”, Immigrants in American History: Arrival, Adaptation and Integration, Volume 4, Elliott Barkan, eds., ABC-Clio Publishers, 2013.

“Anthropology and Migration”, Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, Immanual Ness, editor, Wiley Blackwell, 2013.

“Deciding to Jump: Immigration, Gender and Civic Engagement”, Global Migration: Challenges in the 21st Century, Kavita Khory, ed., Palgrave-Macmillan, 2012

“Migration, Gender, and Family”,  The Oxford Handbook of the Politics of International Migration, Marc R. Rosenblum and Daniel J. Tichenor, eds., Oxford University Press, 2012.

“The Spatial, Social, and Political Incorporation of Asian Indian Immigrants in Dallas” reprinted in Indian Diaspora and Transnationalism, Ajaya Kumar Sahoo, Michiel Baas and Thomas Faist, eds.,  New Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2012

“Immigrant Organizations and Scalar Positioning: Asian Indians and the Dynamics of Place in a Southwestern Suburban Metropolis,” IN The Location of Migration: The City and the Scale, Nina Glick-Schiller and Ayse Caglar, eds., Cornell University Press, 2011.

“Cityward Migration in Comparative Perspective” (with Robert V. Kemper), IN Urban Life: Readings in Urban  Anthropology, George Gmelch and Robert V. Kemper,  eds. (5th edition), Waveland Press, 2009.

“Afterword: Current Trends and Future Directions in Portuguese-American Studies”, In Andrea Klimt and Kimberly da Costa Holton, eds., Building Ethnic Communities: Portuguese Americans along the Eastern Seaboard. Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, Center for Portuguese Studies, Portuguese in America Series, 2009.

“Comment: New Migrant Cities: Cultural Transformation and New Urban Landscapes” IN Lauren Herzer, Sarah Dixon Klump, and Mary Elizabeth Malinkin, eds., Transnational Migration to New Regional Centers: Policy Challenges, Practice, and the Migrant Experience, Eurasian Migration Papers, Number 2, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2009.

“Communities of Practice” for Civic and Political Engagement: A Comparison of Asian Indian and Vietnamese Immigrant Organizations in a Southwestern Metropolis” (with Deborah Reed-Danahay), IN Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations and Political Engagement, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan and Irene Bloemraad, eds. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2008.

“Immigrants in a Sunbelt Metropolis: The Transformation of an Urban Place and the Construction of Community” IN Immigration and Integration in Urban Communities: Renegotiating the City, Lisa M. Hanley, Blair A. Ruble and Allison M. Garland, eds. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

“Meet Me at the Chat Corner: The Cultural Embeddedness of Immigrant Entrepreneurs” IN From Arrival to Incorporation: Migrants to the U.S. in a Global Era, Elliott Barkan, Hasia Diner, and Allen Kraut, eds, NYU Press, 2008.

“Immigrant Women in Small Business: Biographies of Becoming Entrepreneurs” Handbook of Research on Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs, Leo-Paul Dana, editor. Cheltenham, UK and Vermont, USA: Edward Elgar, 2007.

“Anthropology, Gender and Narrative,” IN Exploring Women’s Studies:Looking Forward, Looking Back, Carol Berkin, Judith L. Pinch and Carole S. Appel eds., Prentice Hall, 2006.

“Liminal Space and Liminal Time: A Woman’s Travel Journal, 1938-39,” IN Women on the Verge of Home, Bilinda Straight, ed., pp. 109-128. SUNY Press, 2005

“Nancy Foner”, IN Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Vered Amit, ed., pp. 164-165. London and New York: Routledge, 2004

“Anthropology and the Study of Immigrant Women”, IN Migration, Globalization, and Ethnic Relations, Mohsen M. Mobasher and Mahmoud Sadri, eds. pp. 323-338.  Prentice Hall,  2004 (with Patricia deBergeois, republication)

“Bringing the City Back In: Cities as Context for Immigrant Incorporation”,  IN American Arrivals: Anthropology Engages the New Immigration, Nancy Foner, ed., pp. 163-195. Santa Fe: School of American Research, 2003.

“Immigrants and Repatriates: A Comment”, IN Europe’s Invisible Migrants, Andrea Smith, ed., pp. 95-101. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2003.

“Migration to Cities” (with Robert Van Kemper), IN Encyclopedia of Urban Cultures, Volume 1, pp. 30-38. Scholastic/Grolier, 2002.

“Migration”, IN History of the European Family, Volume 2, Family Life in the Long Nineteenth Century, 1789-1913, Marzio Barbagli and David I.  Kertzer, eds., Pp. 229-247.  New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2002.

“Portugal”, IN Countries and Their Cultures. Melvin and Carol Ember, eds., Volume 3, Pp. 1801-1813. New York: Macmillan Reference, 2001.

“Not That Lineage Stuff: Teaching Kinship into the 21st Century”, IN New Directions in Anthropological Kinship, Linda Stone, ed., Pp. 48-70.  Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

“The City as Context: Approaches to Immigrants  and Cities”, IN Proceedings, Metropolis  International Workshop, Lisbon, Sept. 28-29,  Pp. 141-154. Lisbon: Luso-American Development Foundation, 1999.

“The Casa of José dos Santos Caldas: Family and Household in a Northwestern Portuguese Village, 1850-1993”, IN House Life: Space, Place and Family in Europe, Denise Lawrence and Donna  Birdwell-Pheasant, eds., Pp. 39-72. Berg Publishers, 1999.

“Fieldwork in the Archives: Methods and Sources in Historical Anthropology”, IN Handbook of Methods in Cultural Anthropology, H. Russell Bernard,  ed., Pp. 513-546. Altamira Press, 1998.

“Historical Perspectives on Infant Mortality in Northwestern Portugal”, IN Small Wars: The Cultural Politics of Childhood, Nancy Scheper- Hughes and Carolyn Sargent, eds., Pp. 165-185.  Berkeley:   University of California Press, 1998

“Blurred Genres and Blended Voices: Life History, Biography, Autobiography and the Auto/Ethnography of Women’s Lives”, IN Auto/ethnography: Rewriting the Self and the Social, Deborah Reed- Danahay, ed., Pp. 223-246. Berg Publishers, 1997

“Returning with the Emigrants: A Journey in Portuguese Ethnography”, IN Europe in the Anthropological Imagination, Susan Parman, ed., Pp. 80-93. Prentice-Hall, 1997

“Migration”, IN The Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology, Pp. 793-797. New York: American Reference Publishing, Inc., 1996.

“Women are Migrants Too: A Portuguese Perspective”, IN Urban Life: Readings in Urban  Anthropology, George Gmelch and Walter Zenner,  eds., Pp. 245-258. Waveland Press (3rd edition), 1996.

“Social History and Literature: Illegitimacy and Child Abandonment in the Work of Camilo Castelo Branco”, IN Camilo Castelo Branco, No Centenário da Morte, Pp. 146-158. Santa Barbara: University of Santa Barbara, Center for Portuguese Studies, 1995

“O emigrante, a nação e o Estado nos séculos XIX e XX em Portugal: uma abordagem antropológica”, IN Portugal: O Individual e o Estado, Pp. 63-81. Lisbon: Editorial Fragmentos, Lda., 1994

“An Essay on Representation in Portuguese Ethnography”, IN Portuguese Studies in

International Perspective, Eduardo de Sousa Ferreira and Manuel Villaverde Cabral, eds., Pp. 241-269.  Lisbon: Centro de Estudos de Economia Internacional, 1994.

“Multiple Voices and the Meaning of Revolution: A Comment on the Contributions of João Camilo dos Santos and João de Pina-Cabral”, IN The New Portugal: Democracy and Europe, Richard Herr, ed., Pp. 198-201.  Berkeley: University of California at Berkeley, 1992

“The Portuguese”, IN Encyclopedia of World Cultures, Volume 4, Europe, Linda A. Bennett, ed., Pp. 206-209. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co, 1992.

“Anthropology and the Study of Immigrant Women”, IN Seeking Common Ground:

Multidisciplinary Studies of Immigrant Women in the United States, Donna Gabaccia, ed., Pp. 41-63.  Greenwood Press, 1992.

“Property, Kinship, and Gender: A Mediterranean Perspective”, IN The Family in Italy from Antiquity to the Present, David I. Kertzer and Richard Saller, eds., Pp. 340-354.  Yale University Press, 1991.

“Leaving, Remaining, and Returning: Some Thoughts on the Multifaceted Portuguese Migratory System”, IN Portuguese Migration in Global Perspective, David Higgs, ed., Pp. 61-80. The Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1990.

“The Priest and His People: The Contractual Basis for Religious Practice in Portugal”, IN Religious Orthodoxy and Popular Faith in European Society Ellen Badone, ed., Pp. 55-75. Princeton University Press, 1990.

“Emigration and Underdevelopment: The Causes and Consequences of Portuguese Emigration to France in Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective”, IN    Portugal in Development: Emigration, Industrialization, and the European Community.    Thomas Bruneau et. al., eds., Pp. 65-82. University of Ottawa Press, 1984.

“Immigration and the Portuguese Family: A Comparison Between Two Receiving Societies”, with Victor M.P. da Rosa, IN  Portugal in Development: Emigration, Industrialization, and the European Community, Thomas Bruneau et. al., eds., Pp. 83-110. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1984.

“Emigration and its Implications for the Revolution in the North.” IN Contemporary Portugal, Lawrence Graham and Harry Makler, eds., Pp. 281-298. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1978.

“Ethnicity and Entrepreneurs: Portuguese Immigrants in a Canadian City.” IN Ethnic Encounters: Identities and Contexts, George Hicks and Philip Leis, eds., Pp. 169-180. Duxbury Press, 1977. Reprinted in Alexander Himelfarb and C. James Richardson, eds., People,Power,  and Process: A Reader. Toronto: McGraw-Hill-Ryerson, 1980.


“Global Space/Local Places: Diaspora, Transnational Practices, and the Meaning of Home,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Volume 13, Number 3 (2006).

“Migration, Identity and Citizenship,” American Behavioral Scientist, Volume 50 , Number 1 (2006) (co-editor with Carolyn Sargent).