Archive: Research

  • Prof. Donato Co-authors Article About Medical-Legal Partnerships Serving Immigrant Communities

    Prof. Donato, together with Avery League, Nima Sheth, Elizabeth Shelden, Sheetal Patel, Laurie Ball Cooper and Emily Mendenhall, evaluate the medical-legal partnerships serving U.S. immigrant communities. See citation: League, Avery, Katharine M. Donato, Nima Sheth, Elizabeth Selden, Sheetal Patel, Laurie Ball Cooper and Emily Mendenhall. 2020. “A Systematic Review of Medical-Legal Partnerships Serving Immigrant Communities in the United States.” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 23: 163-174.

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  • Prof. Donato Co-authors Article About Research Perspectives on Refugee and Immigrant Integration in Canada, United States, and Europe

    Profs Donato and Elizabeth Ferris review recent studies about refugee and immigrant integration and develop next steps for future research. See citation: Donato, Katharine M. and Elizabeth Ferris. 2020. “Refugee Integration in Canada, Europe, and the United States: Perspectives from Research.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 690: 7-35.

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  • Prof. Donato Receives Funding from Russell Sage Foundation for Research on Immigrant Adults Who Entered as Children

    Prof. Donato receives $155,503 from the Russell Sage Foundation to fund a new two-year project entitled The Assimilation and Mobility Trajectories of U.S. Immigrants who Entered as Unaccompanied Children

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  • Prof. Perkins Co-authors Article on Shared Equity Homeownership

    Prof. Perkins, Shannon Rieger, Jonathan Spader, and Christopher Hebert write about shared equity homeownership and its potential to expand access to homeownership. See citation: Perkins, Kristin L., Shannon Rieger, Jonathan Spader, and Christopher Herbert. 2020. “The Potential for Shared Equity and Other Forms of Downpayment Assistance to Expand Access to Homeownership.” Cityscape 22(1):147-185.

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  • Prof. Kato Co-authors Article About Food Justice and Racial Disparities Related to COVID-19

    Prof. Kato co-authors with Alison Alkon, Sarah Bowen, Kara Young to discuss racial inequities exacerbated by COVID-19. See citation: Alkon, Alison, Sarah Bowen, Yuki Kato, Kara Young. 2020. “Unequally Vulnerable: A Food Justice Approach to Racial Disparities in COVID-19 Cases.” Agriculture and Human Values.

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  • Prof. McCabe Co-authors Chapter About Historic Preservation and Social Inclusivity

    Prof. McCabe, Ingrid Ellen, and Gerard Torrats-Espinosa examine how historic preservation can be more socially inclusive in New York City. See citation: Ellen, Ingrid, Brian J. McCabe and Gerard Torrats-Espinosa. 2020. “How Can Historic Preservation Be Inclusive? Learning from New York’s Historic Districts.” Preservation and Social Inclusion, edited by Erica Avrami, New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

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  • Prof. Kato Co-authors Article About Effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. Food System

    Prof. Kato, together with Kara Young, Sarah Bowen, Justin Schupp, Anne Saville, Alison Alkon, Nino Bariola, and Ferzana Havewala, examine the pandemic’s disruption of the US food system. See citation: Young, Kara, Sarah Bowen, Yuki Kato, Justin Schupp, Anne Saville, Alison Alkon, Nino Bariola, and Ferzana Havewala. 2020. “The Effect of Covid-19 on the Food System.” Contexts. Special Issue on Covid-19.

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  • Prof. Donato Co-authors Article Predicting Migration Patterns in Bangladesh

    Prof. Donato, together with Kelsea Best, Jonathan Gilligan, Hiba Baroud, Amanda Carrico, Brooke Ackerly and Bishawjit Mallick, apply random forest models to predict migration patterns in southwestern Bangladesh. See citation: Best, Kelsea B., Jonathan M. Gilligan, Hiba Baroud, Amanda R. Carrico, Katharine M. Donato, Brooke A. Ackerly and Bishawjit Mallick. 2020. “Random Forest Analysis of Two Household Surveys can identify Important Predictors of Migration in Bangladesh.” Journal of Computational Social Science.

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  • Prof. Donato Co-authors Article on Migration and Mental Health in Mexico

    Prof. Donato, Laura Caron, and Erin Hamilton explore differences in mental health
    among domestic migrants, return U.S. migrants, and non-migrants in Mexico. See citation: Donato, Katharine M., Laura Caron, and Erin R. Hamilton. 2020. “Migration and Mental Health in Mexico: Domestic Migrants, Returned U.S. Migrants, and Non-Migrants.” Frontiers in Psychiatry.

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  • Prof. McCabe Co-authors Article on Effects of New Campaign Finance Program in Seattle

    Prof. McCabe and Jennifer Heerwig examine shifts in Seattle’s new campaign finance program and how they influence the composition of campaign donors in local elections. See citation: McCabe, Brian J. and Jennifer A. Heerwig. 2019. “Diversifying the Donor Pool: How Did Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program Reshape Participation in Municipal Campaign Finance?” Election Law Journal (18)4: 323-341.

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