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. 2020. “Whitening Citizenship: Race, Ethnicity, and Documentation Status as Brightened Boundaries of Exclusion in the U.S. and Europe.” Chapter 4 in International Handbook of Contemporary Racisms. (Editor John Solomos). New York: Routledge Press.

 

Tiffany D. Joseph. 2019. “Race, Phenotype, and National Identity in Brazil and the United States.” The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment. (Editors Kate Mason and Natalie Bolero). New York: Oxford University Press. Published Online on May 15, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190842475.013.24.

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.