2018. Andrews, Abigail L. Undocumented Politics: Place, Gender, and the Pathways of Mexican Migrants. Oakland, California: University of California Press. (Release date: August 17)
2018. Ray, Raka, Jennifer Carlson, and Abigail Andrews, Eds. The Social Life of Gender. Sage Press.
Andrews, Abigail L. 2017. “Moralizing Regulation: The Political Effects of Policing ‘Good’ versus ‘Bad’ Immigrants.” Ethnic and Racial Studies.
- A preliminary version of this paper won the following:
- ASA Political Sociology Section Best Student Paper Honorable Mention, 2013
- ASA International Migration Section Distinguished Student Scholar Honorable Mention, 2013
- ASA Racial and Ethnic Minorities Section James E. Blackwell Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Honorable Mention, 2013
- Society for the Study of Social Problems Law and Society Division Lindesmith Graduate Student Paper Award, 2013
Andrews, Abigail L. 2016. “Legacies of Inequity: How Hometown Political Participation and Land Distribution Shape Migrants’ Paths into Wage Labor.” World Development 87: 318-332.
Andrews, Abigail L. 2014. “Women’s Political Engagement in a Mexican Sending Community: Migration as Crisis and the Struggle to Sustain an Alternative.” Gender & Society 28.4: 583-608.
- ASA Sex and Gender Section Sally Hacker Graduate Student Paper Award, 2013
- Latin American Studies Association Elsa Chaney Award for early career scholarship on women and gender in Latin America, 2013
- Society for the Study of Social Problems Community Research and Development Division Graduate Student Paper Award, 2013
Andrews, Abigail L. and Nazanin Shahrokni. 2014. “Patriarchal Accommodations: Women’s Mobility and Policies of Gender Difference from Urban Iran to Migrant Mexico.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 43.2, Special Issue on Global Ethnography (April): 148-175.
Andrews, Abigail L. 2014. “Downward Accountability in Unequal Alliances: Explaining NGO Responses to Zapatista Demands.” World Development 54 (February): 99-113.
Andrews, Abigail L. 2013. “The Quiet Insubordination of Staying Home: Rethinking Women who ‘Stay Behind.’” In Globalización y Migración/Inmigración: Políticas Migratorias y Desarrollo Social, edited by Moreno Mena et al. Tijuana: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California.
- ASA Development Section Best Graduate Student Paper Award, 2012
Andrews, Abigail L. 2011. “How Activists ‘Take Zapatismo Home’: South-to-North Power Dynamics in Transnational Social Movements.” Latin American Perspectives 38.1: 138-152.
Andrews, Abigail L. 2010. “Constructing Mutuality: The Zapatistas’ Transformation of Transnational Activist Power Dynamics.” Latin American Politics and Society 52.1: 89-120.