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03. Scholarship

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Forestal, Jennifer and Jessie K. Finch. Forthcoming. “Teaching the Town Hall: Incorporating Service-Learning in a Large Introductory Lecture Course.” Journal of Political Science Education, 1-14.

Anderson, Kathryn Freeman and Jessie K. Finch. 2017. “The Role of Racial Microaggressions, Stress, and Acculturation in Understanding Latino Health Outcomes in the USA.” Race and Social Problems. 9(3):218-33. (Equal Co-Authors, Alphabetical Listing)

 

Anderson, Kathryn Freeman and Jessie K. Finch. 2014. “Racially Charged Legislation and Latino Health Disparities: The Case of Arizona’s S.B. 1070.” Sociological Spectrum 34(6): 526-48. (Equal Co-Authors, Alphabetical Listing)

 

Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. 2014. “Mentoring Graduate Students in Teaching: The FCCIC Model.” Teaching Sociology 42(1): 69–75.

Edited Volumes

Rubio-Goldsmith, Raquel, Celestino Fernández, Jessie K. Finch, Araceli Masterson-Algar, eds. 2016. Migrant Deaths in the Arizona Desert: La Vida No Vale Nada (Life Has No Worth). Tucson: University of Arizona Press. *** Winner of Latino Literacy Now’s International Latino Book Award for Best Nonfiction – Multi-Author.

 

Fernández, Celestino, Marlene Ross, Fernando León, Jessie K. Finch, and Alberto Gárate, eds.  2012. Trends in Global Higher Education: CETYS 50th Anniversary. Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico: Sistema CETYS Universidad.

Edited Book Chapters

Finch, Jessie K. Forthcoming. “Racialized Habitus in Criminal Immigration Defense Attorneys” in The Logic Of Racial Practice. Brock Bahler, Editor. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

 

Finch, Jessie K. and Robin Stryker. 2020. “Competing Identity Standards and Managing Identity Verification.” Pages  in Identity and Symbolic Interaction: Deepening Foundations; Building Bridges. Richard T. Serpe Robin Stryker & Brian Powell, eds. New York: Springer.

 

Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. 2019. “What’s in a Smile?: Happiness and Communication from a Cultural Perspective.” Pp. 41-9 in The Routledge Handbook of Positive Communication. José Antonio Muñiz Velázquez and Cristina Pulido, eds. New York: Routledge.

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2016. “Sin el Derecho de Vivir (Without the Right to Live): Migration Songs, Corridos, and Death.” Pp. 212-43 in Migrant Deaths in the Arizona Desert: La Vida No Vale Nada (Life Has No Worth). Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith, Celestino Fernández, Jessie K. Finch, Araceli Masterson-Algar, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 

 

Rubio-Goldsmith, Raquel,  Araceli Masterson-Algar, Jessie K. Finch, and Celestino Fernández. 2016. “¿No Vale Nada La Vida? (La Vida No Vale Nada) (Does Life Have No Worth? Life Has No Worth): Cultural and Political Intersections of Migration and Death at the U.S.-Mexico Border. An Introduction.” Pp. 3-18 in Migrant Deaths in the Arizona Desert: La Vida No Vale Nada (Life Has No Worth). Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith, Celestino Fernández, Jessie K. Finch, Araceli Masterson-Algar, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 

 

Fernandez, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2016. “Oh, How the Border Has Changed!: Life on the U.S.-Mexico Border.” Pp 219-234 in De Aztlan Al Rio De La Plata: Studies in Honor of Charles M. Tatum (Homenajes). Sergio M. Martínez, ed. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Press.

 

Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. 2013. “Vulnerable Immigrant "Subjects": Definitions, Dilemmas, Disparate Power, and Desired Benefits.” Pp. 25-52 in Uncharted Terrains: New Directions in Border Research Methodology, Ethics, and Practice. Anna Ochoa O’Leary, Colin M. Deeds, and Scott Whiteford, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2013. “The Role and Meaning of Border Corridos: The Case of Narcocorridos,”Pp. 249-62 in The Shade of the Saguaro: Essays on the Literary Cultures of the American Southwest. Gaetano Prampolini and Annamaria Pinazzi, eds. Florence, Italy: Firenzi University Press.  

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2013. “Immigration: Historical Overview, Mexican Bashing Revisited, and Necessary Reform,” Pp. 469-83 in The Shade of the Saguaro: Essays on the Literary Cultures of the American Southwest. Gaetano Prampolini and Annamaria Pinazzi, eds. Florence, Italy: Firenzi University Press. 

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2013. “There’s Always Music.” Pp. 193-208 in Our Lost Border: Essays on Life amid the Narco-violence***. Sarah Cortez and Sergio Troncoso, eds. Houston, TX: Arte Publico Press. (Equal Co-Authors, Alphabetical Listing) *** Winner of the Southwest Book Award from the Border Regional Library Association and Latino Literacy Now’s International Latino Book Award for Best Latino-Focused Nonfiction Book (Spanish or Bilingual).

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2012. “The Universality of the University: Preparing World Citizens.” Pp. 15-78 in Trends in Global Higher Education: CETYS 50th Anniversary. Celestino Fernández, Marlene Ross, Fernando León, Jessie K. Finch, and Alberto Gárate, eds. Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico: Sistema CETYS Universidad.

Encyclopedia Entries

Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. 2017. “Arizona Senate Bill 1070.” Pp. 134-5 in Racial and Ethnic Relations in America, Second Edition. Michael Shally-Jensen and Mary Donovan, eds. Amenia, NY: Greyhouse Publishers.

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2017. “Undocumented/Unauthorized Worker/Migrant.” Pp. 1278-80 in Racial and Ethnic Relations in America, Second Edition. Michael Shally-Jensen and Mary Donovan, eds. Amenia, NY: Greyhouse Publishers.

 

Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. 2014. “Music.” Pp. 390-4 in American Immigration: An Encyclopedia of Political, Social, and Cultural Change, Second Edition. James Ciment, ed. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

 

Finch, Jessie K. 2014. “Spanish Language Media,” Pp. 662-4; “Media Representation,” Pp. 457-60; and “Film and Television Representation,” Pp. 261-6 in Undocumented Immigrants in the United States Today: An Encyclopedia of Their Experiences. Anna Ochoa-O’Leary, ed. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO-Greenwood. 

 

Fernández, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. 2013. “Corridos,” Pp. 917-25; “Mariachi Music and Culture,” Pp. 953-8; and “Narcocorridos,” Pp. 970-9 in Encyclopedia of Latino Culture: From Calaveras to Quinceañeras. Charles Tatum, ed. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO-Greenwood. 

Reviews

Finch, Jessie K. 2019. Review of Solidarity in Practice: Moral Protest and the US Security State, by Chandra Russo. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 24 (3): 398.

External Funding

2014-15       National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant.  “Doctoral Dissertation                           Research: Managing Conflicting Social and Work-Role Identities” ($11,923) with Robin Stryker

 

2014-15       P.E.O Sisterhood, P.E.O. Scholar Award ($15,000)

 

2011-14        National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship ($132,000)

Internal Funding

2018            Research & Professional Development Grant, Stockton University Office of Research and Sponsored                                   Programs. “Operation Streamline Book.” ($6,100).

 

2018            Scholarship of Engagement Grant, Stockton University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.                                   “Teaching the Town Hall.” ($6,100).

 

2018            Provost Faculty Opportunity Funds, Stockton University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.                                 “Stryker Identity Conference Travel & Book Chapter, Indiana University.” ($2,000).

 

2017            New Program Development, Stockton University Office of the Provost. “Migration Studies Minor.” ($810).

 

2016            Research & Professional Development Grant, Stockton University Office of Research and Sponsored                                   Programs. “Legal Borders, Racial/Ethnic Boundaries: Operation Streamline and Identity Processes on the US-                     Mexico Border.” ($5,800).

 

2013            Research and Project Grant, University of Arizona Graduate and Professional Student Council. “‘I’ve                                     Changed My Mind About It:’ Judicial Variation and Procedural Justice in Operation Streamline                                               Proceedings.” ($1000).

 

2012            Online Education Project: Hybrid Course Development, University of Arizona Office of Instruction and                                 Assessment. ($10,000) with Celestino Fernández.

 

2012            Small-Grants for Academic Collaboration in the Americas, University of Arizona Office Western Hemispheric                       Programs, Center for Latin American Studies, Title VI National Resource Center and the Office of the Vice                           Provost for Outreach and Global Initiatives. ($3,000) with Celestino Fernández.

 

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