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Aranda, Elizabeth, Rebecca Blackwell, Melanie Escue, and Alessandra Rosa. “Cascading Disasters: The Impact of Hurricane Maria and Covid-19 on Post-Disaster Puerto Rican Migrants in Florida.” Latino Studies. Accepted with minor revision.


Blackwell, Rebecca and William Force. 2020. “Donileen Loseke.” In SAGE Research Methods Foundations, edited by P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J.W. Sakashaug, and R.A. Williams.

Aranda, Elizabeth, Rebecca Blackwell, and Alessandra Rosa. 2021. “‘Even if They Promise, You kKnow It Won’t Happen’: Ontological Insecurity from Overlapping Collective and Cultural Trauma.” Centro Journal  33(1):89-111.

Blackwell, Rebecca, Alessandra Rosa, and Elizabeth Aranda. “¿Nuestro Nuevo Hogar?: Examining Puerto Rican Migration and Their Conceptions of Home, Place-making, and Belonging.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color. Forthcoming.

Blackwell, Rebecca. 2016. "Venezuela, from Charisma to Mimicry: The Rise and Fall of a Televised Political Drama." Graduate Theses and Dissertations. University of South Florida

Baraybar, José P., and Rebecca Blackwell. 2014. "Where Are They? Missing, Forensics, and Memory." Annals of Anthropological Practice 38(1):22-42.

Under Review:


Aranda, Elizabeth, Girsea Martínez, and Rebecca Blackwell. “Toward the Use of Emotions as Methodological Technique for the Empirical Analysis of Migration.” Research Handbook on the Sociology of Migration. Accepted with minor revision.



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