2019: “Time’s Up! Shorter Hours, Public Policy, and Time Flexibility as an Antidote to Youth Unemployment.” With Jamie K. McCallum. In Youth, Jobs, and the Future: Problems and Prospects. Oxford University Press.
2019: Review of No Shortcut to Change: An Unlikely Path to a More Gender Equitable World by Kara Ellerby (New York, NY: NYU Press, 2017). Gender & Society
2018: “Politicizing Gender.” With Gowri Vijayakumar. In The Social Life of Gender, edited by Raka Ray, Jennifer Carlson and Abigail Andrews. London: Sage Press.
2017: Review of Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement by Premilla Nadasen (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2016). Labor Studies Journal
2016: "Geografias da desigualdade: Trabalhadoras Domésticas Peruanas Navegam por Espaços de Servidão.” Translated into Portuguese and published in Doméstica: Housemaids, Desvia Press, Brazil
2015: “Geographies of Inequality and Racism: Peruvian Domestic Workers Navigate Spaces of Servitude.”
Critical Cities: Ideas, Knowledge, and Agitation from Emerging Urbanists
2014: "Marginalized Struggles for Legal Reform: Cross-Country Consequences of Domestic Worker Organizing." Social Development Issues 36(3): 73-91
2013: "Housework." In Sociology of Work, edited by Vicki Smith, pp. 383-387. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.
2013: Review of Merike Blofield's Care Work and Class: Domestic Workers’ Struggle for Equal Rights in Latin America.
Journal of Latin American Studies; cited by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
2007: "Feminist Research and Representations of Gendered Service Workers: Examining Resistance, Agency and Positionality."
Intersections: Women's and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines
Bringing Law Home: Regulating Domestic Work in Lima and New York City. Book manuscript in progress.
“Domestic Labor and Migrant Bodies.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment, edited by Natalie Boero and Katherine Mason.
INVITED TALKS AND INTERVIEWS
“After the Care Crisis: Debating New Policy Frameworks.” University of Pennsylvania, Department of Sociology. Philadelphia, PA [November 2018]
“Home is Where the Law Is: Regulating Domestic Workers’ Rights in Lima and New York City.” Cornell University, Industrial and Labor Relations School, Labor Relations, Law, and History/International and Comparative Labor Research Seminar. Ithaca, NY (February 2018]
“Feminist Epistemology and Perspectives on the Everyday ‘Doing’ of Research.” Center for Ethnographic Research, Summer Workshop in Qualitative Research Methods, University of California, Berkeley. [August 2016]
“Comparative Struggles for Legal Reform: Three Examples of Domestic Worker Organizing.” University of Washington, Law, Societies, & Justice: Human Rights & International Development seminar with Professor Stephen Meyers. [March 2016]
"The Second Mother (Que Horas Ela Volta?): Critical Commentary." Invited Guest Expert on the Politics of Domestic Work. KCRW First Take, Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, Los Angeles, CA. [August 2015]
Higgins Labor Research Center: Labor Research, Advocacy, and Policy Series. “The Politics of ‘After’: Social Consequences of Domestic Worker Legislation in Lima, Peru and New York City.” University of Notre Dame. [March 2015]
Barnard College. “Domestic Work and Inequalities of Class, Race, Gender, and Citizenship.” Emerging Scholar Workshop, Justice in the Home: Domestic Work Past, Present and Future. Center for Research on Women. [October 2014]
University of Massachusetts, Amherst. “Legislation and Its Discontents: Consequences of the Peruvian Household Workers Law.” Re-imagining Labor’s Promise: 50 Years of the Labor Center. [November 2014]