PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2017. “Falling through the Coverage Cracks: How Documentation Status Minimizes Immigrants’ Access to Health Care.” Journal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law, published online June 29, Available at DOI: 10.1215/03616878-394049.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2017. “Still Left Out: Health Care Stratification under the Affordable Care Act.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, published online June 12, Available at: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1323453.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph and Helen B. Marrow. 2017. “Health Care, Immigrants and Minorities: Lessons from the Affordable Care Act in the United States.” Special Issue of the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Co-guest Editors, published online June 12, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1323446.

Veronica Terriquez and Tiffany D. Joseph. 2016. “Ethnoracial Inequality and Insurance Coverage among Latino Young Adults.” Social Science & Medicine 168: 150-158, Available here.

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2016. “What Healthcare Reform Means for Immigrants: A Comparison of the Affordable Care Act and Massachusetts Health Reforms. Journal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law 41:101-116. Available here.

Helen B. Marrow and Tiffany D. Joseph. 2015. “Excluded and Frozen Out: Unauthorized Immigrants’ (Non) Access to Care after Healthcare Reforms.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41:2253-2273. Available here.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2015. Race on the Move: Brazilian Migrants and the Global Reconstruction of Race.  Series of Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2013. “How Does Racial Democracy Exist in Brazil?: Perceptions from Brazilians in Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais. Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies 36: 1524-1543.

 

Laura Hirshfield and Tiffany D. Joseph.  2012. “ ‘We Need A Woman, We Need A Black Woman’: Gender and Cultural Taxation in the Academy.”  Gender and Education 24:213-227.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2011. “‘My Life Was Filled with Constant Anxiety’: Anti-Immigrant Discrimination, Undocumented Status, and their Mental Health Implications for Brazilian Immigrants.” Race and Social Problems 3:170-181.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph and Laura Hirshfield. 2010. “ ‘Why Don’t You Get Somebody New To Do It?’: Race and Cultural Taxation in the Academy.Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies 34: 121-141.

 

Book Chapters

Tiffany D. Joseph.  2018. “Stratification and Universality: Immigrants and Barriers to Coverage in Massachusetts.” Chapter 3 in Unequal Coverage: The Experience of Health Care Reform in the United States. (Eds. Heide Castañeda and Jessica Mulligan). 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2016. “A (Black) American Trapped in a ('Non-Black') Brazilian Body: Reflections on Navigating Multiple Identities in International Fieldwork.” In Race and the Politics of Knowledge Production: Diaspora and Black Transnational Scholarship in the USA and Brazil. (Eds.Gladys Mitchell-Walthour and Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman). Palgrave Press.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2014. “‘U.S. Blacks are Beautiful but Brazilian Blacks are not Racist’: Brazilian Return Migrants’ Perceptions of U.S. and Brazilian Blacks.” Pp. 151-171 in Re-Positioning Race: Prophetic Research in a Post-Racial Obama Age. (Eds. Sandra Barnes, Zandria Robinson, and Earl Wright II.) Albany: SUNY Press.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph and Laura Hirshfield. 2013. “ ‘Why Don’t You Get Somebody New To Do It?’ Race, Gender, and Identity Taxation.” Pp. 153-169 in Faculty Social Identity and the Challenges of Diverse Classrooms in a Historically White University. (Eds. Mark Chesler and Alford A. Young, Jr.) Boulder: Paradigm Press.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2013. “Latino, Hispanic, or Brazilian: Considerations for Brazilian Immigrants’ Racial Classification in the U.S.” Pp. 275-292 in Migrant Marginality: A Transnational Perspective. (Eds., Philip Kretsedemas, Jorge Capetillo-Ponce, and Glenn Jacobs) New York: Routledge Press.

 

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Sociology and Anthropology Department                                       Northeastern University                          Email: t.joseph@northeastern.edu

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