Leah Schmalzbauer
Leah Schmalzbauer
Professor Sociology and American Studies, Amherst College
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Searching for wages and mothering from afar: The case of Honduran transnational families
L Schmalzbauer
Journal of marriage and family 66 (5), 1317-1331, 2004
Central themes in the study of transnational parenthood
J Carling, C Menjívar, L Schmalzbauer
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (2), 191-217, 2012
Family divided: The class formation of Honduran transnational families
L Schmalzbauer
Global networks 8 (3), 329-346, 2008
Immigrant families
C Menjívar, LJ Abrego, LC Schmalzbauer
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Poor mothers and habits of hiding: Participatory methods in poverty research
L Dodson, L Schmalzbauer
Journal of Marriage and Family 67 (4), 949-959, 2005
The last best place?
L Schmalzbauer
The Last Best Place?, 2014
Striving and surviving: A daily life analysis of Honduran transnational families
L Schmalzbauer
Routledge, 2013
Researching inequality through interpretive collaborations: Shifting power and the unspoken contract
L Dodson, D Piatelli, L Schmalzbauer
Qualitative Inquiry 13 (6), 821-843, 2007
Gender on a new frontier: Mexican migration in the rural mountain west
L Schmalzbauer
Gender & Society 23 (6), 747-767, 2009
The relational contexts of migration: Mexican women in new destination sites
J Dreby, L Schmalzbauer
Sociological Forum 28 (1), 1-26, 2013
Temporary and transnational: Gender and emotion in the lives of Mexican guest worker fathers
L Schmalzbauer
Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (2), 211-226, 2015
Community-based participatory research with Mexican migrants in a new rural destination: A good fit?
B Letiecq, L Schmalzbauer
Action Research 10 (3), 244-259, 2012
Illegality, motherhood, and place: Undocumented Latinas making meaning and negotiating daily life
LJ Abrego, L Schmalzbauer
Women's Studies International Forum 67, 10-17, 2018
Placing assimilation theory: Mexican immigrants in urban and rural America
AS García, L Schmalzbauer
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 672 (1 …, 2017
“Doing gender,” ensuring survival: Mexican migration and economic crisis in the rural mountain west
L Schmalzbauer
Rural Sociology 76 (4), 441-460, 2011
Disruptions, dislocations, and inequalities: Transnational Latino/a families surviving the global economy
L Schmalzbauer
NCL Rev. 88, 1857, 2009
Piloting the time diary method among Honduran immigrants: gendered time use
M Anastario, L Schmalzbauer
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 10 (5), 437-443, 2008
Transamerican dreamers: The relationship of Honduran transmigrants to the ideology of the American dream and consumer society
L Schmalzbauer
Berkeley journal of sociology, 3-31, 2005
Engineers without borders at Montana State University: Student-Led engagement and transnational collaboration
OR Stein, L Schmalzbauer
Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 16 (3), 187-210, 2012
“Education is everything. It determines your future”: Latino youth and college access in Montana
B Kevane, L Schmalzbauer
Latino Studies 14 (2), 272-280, 2016
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