2018. Andrews, Abigail L. Undocumented Politics: Place, Gender, and the Pathways of Mexican Migrants. Oakland, California: University of California Press. In production. (expected August 2018).
2018. Ray, Raka, Jennifer Carlson, and Abigail Andrews, Eds. The Social Life of Gender. Sage Press. In Press (January).
Andrews, Abigail L. 2017. “Moralizing Regulation: The Political Effects of Policing ‘Good’ versus ‘Bad’ Immigrants.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. (online first).
- 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.