Appearances in the Media
2013. Black-Latino Relations in U.S. National Politics: Beyond Conflict and Cooperation. Cambridge University Press. Co-Author: Rodney E. Hero. –Awarded “Best Book on Latino Politics” by the Latino Caucus of the APSA.
Articles and Book Chapters
2020. “Pack Your Politics! Assessing the Vote Choice of Latino Interstate Migrants.” The Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Politics. (Forthcoming, First View Online Publication April 12, 2019) doi:10.1017/rep.2019.4 2056-6085/19.
2019. “Are these Friends also ‘Friends of the Court’?: Examining Minority Legal Advocacy Organization Coalitions in Amicus Brief Filings.” Politics, Groups and Identities. 7(3): 489-508. Published Online Nov. 23, 2017. Co-Author: Rodney E. Hero.
2018. “Still Contesting Colorado? The Politics of the 2016 Election in Colorado.” In Presidential Swing States (2nd Edition). David Schultz and Rafael Jacob, Eds. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Lexington Books. Chapter 7 (pp. 177-202). Co-Authors: Provizer, N., and Thangasamy, A.
2018. “The Election of Federico Peña of Denver: The Challenge of Succession.” In Latino Mayors: Political Change in the Postindustrial City. Marion Orr and Domingo Morel (Ed.). Temple University Press. Chapter 4 (pp. 98-129).
2017. “Black-Latino Relations in Congress: Examining Inter-Minority Group Relations in Institutional Context.” In Congress Reconsidered 11th Edition. Larry Dodd and Bruce Oppenheimer, Eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Pp. 139-161. (Co-Author: Rodney E. Hero.