Forthcoming Cecilia Menjívar and María Enchautegui. “Confluence of the Economic Recession and Immigration Laws in the Lives of Latino Immigrant Workers in the United States.” In Immigrant Vulnerability and Resilience: Comparative Perspectives on Latin American Immigrants During the Great Recession, edited by María Aysa-Lastra and Lorenzo Cachón. Springer
Forthcoming Cecilia Menjívar. “Central American Immigrant Workers: How Legal Status Shapes the Labor Market Experience.” In Research in the Sociology of Work: Immigration and Work, edited by Jody Agius Vallejo. Emerald Press
Cecilia Menjívar. 2014. “Implementing a Multilayered Immigration System: The Case of Arizona.” Pp. 179-204 in Hidden Lives: Undocumented Migrants in the United States, edited by Lois A. Lorentzen. Praeger Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2014. “Sociology: Central America.” Pp. 47-59 in the Handbook of Latin American Studies, Vol., 69, Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, edited by Tracy North and Katherine D. McCann. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Bruce Rogers and Cecilia Menjívar. 2014. “Simulating the Social Networks and Interactions of Poor Immigrants.” Pp. 336-355 in Mixed Methods Social Networks Research: Design and Applications, edited by Silvia Dominguez and Betina Hollstein. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Cecilia Menjívar and Susan Coutin. 2014. “Challenges of Recognition, Participation and Representation for the Legally Liminal.” Pp. 325-330 in In Migration, Gender and Social Justice, edited by Tanh-Dam Truong, Des Gasper, Jeff Handmaker and Sylvia I. Berg. Heidelberg & New York: Springer (online Sept. 2013)
Cecilia Menjívar and Daniel Kanstroom. 2014. “Immigrant Illegality: Constructions, Critiques, and Responses.” Pp. 1-33 in Constructing Immigrant“Illegality”: Critiques, Experiences, and Responses, edited by Cecilia Menjívar and Daniel Kanstroom. New York & London: Cambridge University Press
Victor Agadjanian, Cecilia Menjívar and Boaventura Cau. 2013. “Economic Uncertainties, Social Strains, and HIV Risks: Effects of Male Labor Migration on Rural Women in Mozambique.” Pp. 234-251 in How Immigrants Impact their Homelands, edited by Susan E. Eckstein and Adil Najam. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Santos, Carlos, Cecilia Menjívar, and Erin Godfrey. 2013. “Effects of SB 1070 on Children.” Pages 79-92 in Latino Politics and Arizona’s Immigration Law SB 1070, edited by Lisa Magaña and Erik Lee. New York: Springer.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2013. “Undocumented (or Unauthorized) Immigration.” Pp. 355-365 in Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies, edited by Steve S. Gold and Stephanie J. Nawyn. New York, NY: Routledge
Cecilia Menjívar. 2012. “Violencia en la vida de las mujeres en Guatemala.” In Diálogos Interdisciplinarios sobre Violencia Sexual, edited by Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba and Patricia Ravelo Blancas. Mexico, DF: CIESAS/FOCAS
Cecilia Menjívar. 2012. “Sociology: Central America.” Pp. 501-509 in the Handbook of Latin American Studies, Vol., 67, Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, edited by Tracy North and Katherine D. McCann. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2012. “U.S. Immigration Law, Immigrant Illegality, and Immigration Reform.” Pp. 63-71 in Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions 2012, edited by Glenn W. Muschert, Kathleen Ferraro, Brian V. Klocke, Robert Perrruci and Jon Shefner. Nnoxville, TN: Society for the Study of Social Problems.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2011. “Mujeres migrantes en el contexto de la globalización: el caso de centroamericana/os en Estados Unidos.” Pp. 173-188 in Mujeres Escribas: Tejedoras de pensamientos. II Encuentro Mesoamericano de Estudios de Género y Feminismos, Avances y retos de una década: 2001-2011. Guatemala: FLACSO
Rogelio Sáenz, Cecilia Menjívar, and San Juanita Edilia Garcia. 2011. “Arizona’s SB 1070: Setting Conditions for Violations of Human Rights Here and Beyond.” Pp. 155-178 in Sociology and Human Rights: A Bill of Rights for the Twenty-first Century, edited by Judith Blau and Mark Frezzo. Los Angeles: Sage/Pine Forge Press.
Reprinted in Governing Immigration Through Crime: A Reader, edited by Julie Dowling and Jonathan Inda. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2013
Cecilia Menjívar. 2010. “Immigrant Art as Liminal Expression: The Case of Central Americans.” Pp 176-196 in Art in the Lives of Immigrant Communities in the United States, edited by Paul DiMaggio and Patricia Fernández-Kelly. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2010. “Latino immigrants, gender and poverty in the United States.” Pp. 266-271 in The International Handbook on Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy, edited Sylvia Chant. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Sang Kil, Cecilia Menjívar, and Roxanne Doty. 2009. “Securing Borders: Patriotism, Vigilantism and the Brutalization of the US American Public.” Pp. 297-312 in Immigration, Crime, and Justice, edited by William F. McDonald. Bingley, UK: Emerald/JAI Press.
Cecilia Menjívar and Leisy Abrego. 2009. “Parents and Children across Borders: Legal Instability and Intergenerational Relations in Guatemalan and Salvadoran Families.” Pp. 160-189 in Across Generations: Immigrant Families in America, edited by Nancy Foner. New York: New York University Press.
Translated into Italian as, “Genitori e figli confine: instabilità legale e rapporti intergenerazionali nelle famiglie guatemalteche e salvadoregne.” Famiglie Migranti, ed Maurizio Ambrosini, in Mondi Migranti: Rivista di studi e ricerche sulle migrazione internazionali, 1: 7-34, 2009 (lead article in first issue).
Nestor Rodríguez and Cecilia Menjívar. 2009. “Central Americans and Racialization in the Post-Civil Rights Era.” Pp. 183-199 in How the United States Racializes Latinos: White Hegemony and its Consequences, edited by José A. Cobas, Jorge Duany, and Joe R. Feagin. Boulder & London: Paradigm Publishers.
Cecilia Menjívar and Rubén G. Rumbaut. 2008. “Rights of Migrants and Minorities.” Pp 60-74 in The Leading Rogue State: The U.S. and Human Rights, edited by Judith Blau, David L. Brunsma, Alberto Moncada, and Catherine Zimmer. Boulder, CO & London: Paradigm Publishers.
Havidán Rodríguez, Rogelio Saénz, and Cecilia Menjívar. 2008. “Preface.” Pp. xv-xxiii in Latinos/as in the United States: Changing the Face of América. New York: Springer
Cecilia Menjívar. 2007. “Salvadorans.” Pp. 412-420 in The New Americans: A Guide to Immigration Since 1965,” edited by Mary Waters and Reed Ueda. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2006. “Serving Christ in the Borderlands: Faith Workers Respond to Border Violence.” Pp. 104-121 in Religion and Social Justice for Immigrants, edited by Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo. New York: Rutgers University Press
Sang Hea Kil and Cecilia Menjívar. 2006. “The “War on the Border:” The Criminalization of Immigrants and the Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border.” Pp. 164-188 in Immigration and Crime: Ethnicity, Race and Violence, edited by Ramiro Martinez Jr. and Abel Valenzuela Jr. New York: York University Press.
Cecilia Menjívar and Néstor Rodríguez. 2005. “State Terror in the U.S.-Latin American Interstate Regime. Pp. 3-27 in When States Kill: Latin America, the U.S. and Technologies of Terror Austin: University of Texas Press.
Cecilia Menjívar and Néstor Rodríguez. 2005. “New Responses to State Terror.” Pp. 335-346 in When States Kill: Latin America, the U.S. and Technologies of Terror. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2005. “Immigrants and Refugees.” Pp. 307-318 in Companion to Gender Studies, edited by Philomena Essed, David Theo Goldberg, and Audrey Kobayashi. London: Blackwell Publishers.
Cecilia Menjívar. 2004. “Teen Life in El Salvador.” Pp. 155-171 in Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean, edited by Cynthia Tompkins and Kristen Sternberg. Westford, Conn: Greenwood Publishing Group Co.
Flavio Francisco Marsiglia and Cecilia Menjívar. 2004. “Nicaraguan and Salvadoran Children and Families.” Pp. 253-273 in Culturally Competent Practice with Immigrant Children and Families, edited by Rowena Fong. New York: Guilford Publications.
Cecilia Menjívar and Lisa Magaña. 2002. “Immigration to Arizona: Diversity and Change.” Pp. 53-71 in Arizona Hispanics: The Evolution of Influence, 81st Arizona Town Hall, edited by Louis Olivas. Tempe: Arizona State University.
Geeta Chowdhry and Cecilia Menjívar. 2002. “(En)Gendering Development, Race(ing) Women’s Studies: Core Issues in Teaching Gender and Development.” Pp. 133-152 in Ecompassing Gender: Integrating International Studies and Women’s Studies, edited by Mary L.Lay, Janice Monk, and Deborah S. Rosenfelt. New York: The Feminist Press.
Cecilia Menjívar. 1999. “Salvadorans and Nicaraguans: Refugees Become Workers.” Pp. 232-253 in Illegal Immigration in America: A Reference Handbook, edited by David Haines and Karen E. Rosenblum. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
Anita Leal and Cecilia Menjívar. 1992. “Xenophobia or Xenophilia?: Hispanic Women in Higher Education,”. Pp. 93-103 in Perspectives on Minority Women in Higher Education, edited by L.B. Welch. New York, Westport & London: Praeger.