How Social Ties with Undocumented Immigrants Motivate Latinx Political Participation (first author, with Hannah Walker and Matt Barreto) Forthcoming, Political Research Quarterly [PDF] [Replication]

The Ripple Effect: The Political Consequences of Proximal Contact with Immgration Enforcement (with Matt Barreto and Hannah Walker) Journal of Race Ethnicity and Politics [PDF]

The Direct and Indirect Effects of Immigration Enforcement on Latino Political Engagement (with Matt Barreto and Hannah Walker) UCLA Law Review [PDF]

Submitted/Under Review

Living in the Shadow of Deportation: How Immigration Enforcement Forestalls Political Assimilation [PDF]

How Immigration Enforcement Shapes Latinx Candidate Preferences (with Angie Gutierrez) [PDF]

The Wages of Latinidad: How Immigration Enforcement Mitigates Anti-Black Assimilation (with Crystal Robertson) [pdf]

Consent Searches: Evaluating the Usefulness of a Common and Highly Discretionary Police Practice (with Megan Dias, Derek Epp, and Hannah Walker) [PDF]

Exposure to Police Violence, Service Protection and Voter Support for Defunding the Police (with Benjamin Newman)

Working Papers

Exposure to anti-LGBTQ+ Violence and the Adoption of Prosocial Political Attitudes Towards LGBTQ+ People (with Jack Thompson) [PDF]

Permissive but limited immigration policies have a minimal effect on the emotional and mental well-being of the Latinx population in America (with Benjamin Newman)