Immigrant civic and political participation

Jonathan Fox and Gaspar Rivera-Salgado,  “Mexican Migrant Civil_Society: Propositions for Discussion,” in Xochitl Bada and Shannon Gleeson, eds., Accountability Across Borders: Migrant Rights in North America, Austin, University of Texas Press, 2019 [revised and updated version of Fox and Gois (2010).

Xóchitl Bada, Jonathan Fox, Jane Guskin, “Immigrant Rights Protests – Spring 2006,” Mapping American Social Movements Project, University of Washington, April 2019 (online database with mapping visualization)

Jonathan Fox, “Introduction: Indigenous Oaxacan Immigrants and Youth-led Organizing in California,” in Oaxacalifornian Reporting Team, Voices_of_Indigenous_Oaxacan_Youth in the Central Valley: Creating Our Sense of Belonging in California, UC Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California, CCREC Research Report No. 1, July, 2013

* Reviewed in: Lynn Stephen, “Mexican Indigenous Migrants in the United States: Labor, Politics, Culture, and Transforming Identities,” Migration Studies, 3(2) 2015

Jonathan Fox and Xóchitl Bada, “Migrant Civic Engagement,” in Kim Voss and Irene Bloemraad, eds., Rallying for Immigrant Rights, Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011 [Also published in Research Paper Series on Latino Immigrant Civic and Political Participation, No. 3, June 2009 [Woodrow Wilson Center, Mexico Institute]

Jonathan Fox and William Gois, “La sociedad civil migrante: diez tesis para el debate,” Migración y Desarrollo, No. 15, 2010 [“Unpacking Migrant Civil Society: Ten Propositions for Discussion,” presented to “People’s Global Action on Migration, Development and Human Rights,” Mexico City, October, 2010].

Xóchitl Bada, Jonathan Fox, Robert Donnelly and Andrew Selee, Context Matters: Latino Civic Engagement in Nine US Cities, Reports on Latino Immigrant Civic Engagement, Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute,  April, 2010 (en español)

Xóchitl Bada, Oscar Chacón and Jonathan Fox, eds., Latino Immigrants in the Windy City: New Trends in Civic Engagement, Reports on Latino Immigrant Civic Engagement, No. 6, Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute/NALACC, January, 2010 (en español)

Jonathan Fox, “Final Remarks, Future Directions” and “Conclusions,” in Gaspar Rivera-Salgado and Veronica Wilson, eds., Today We March, Tomorrow We Vote: Latino Migrant Civic Engagement in Los Angeles, Reports on Latino Immigrant Civic Engagement, No. 5, 2009 Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute/UCLA Labor Center (en espanol)

Jonathan Fox, “Exit Followed by Voice: Mapping Mexico’s Emerging Migrant Civil Society,” in Carmen Diana Deere and Fred Royce, eds., Alternative Visions of Development: Rural Social Movements in Latin America, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009 [abridged version of chapter in Accountability Politics: Power and Voice in Rural Mexico, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007]

Jonathan Fox and Xóchitl Bada, “Migrant Organization and Hometown Impacts in Rural Mexico,” Journal of Agrarian Change, 8(2-3), May, 2008

Xóchitl Bada, Jonathan Fox and Andrew Selee, eds., Invisible No More: Mexican Migrant Civic Participation in the United States, Washington, D.C. Woodrow Wilson Center, Mexico Institute/University of California, Santa Cruz, Latin American and Latino Studies, August, 2006 (en español)

Jonathan Fox, “Reframing Mexican Migration as a Multi-Ethnic Process,Latino Studies, 4(1), 2006 [updated as “Indigenous Mexican Migration to the US ,” in Mark Overmyer-Velázquez, ed., Beyond the Border: The History of US-Mexico Migration, New York: Oxford University Press, 2011, revised version in Spanish: “Migrantes mexicanos indigenas,” in Tanalis Padilla, ed., El campesinado y su persistencia en la actualidad mexicana, Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica/Conaculta, 2013]

Jonathan Fox, “Mexican Migrant Civic Participation in the United States,” posted by invitation on “Border Battles: The US Immigration Debate,” Social Science Research Council,, August 15, 2006

Jonathan Fox, “Desglosando un concepto: La sociedad civil migrante,” Presencia Michoacana, junio, 2006, Chicago: Federación de Clubes Michoacanos en Illinois

Jonathan Fox, “Migration and Development: Encounters and Disconnects,” Grassroots Development, 27(1), 2006 (en espanol)

Jonathan Fox, “Repensar lo rural ante la globalización: La sociedad civil migrante,” (“Rethinking the Rural in the Context of Globalization: Migrant Civil Society”), Migración y Desarrollo, No. 5, 2005

Jonathan Fox, “Mapping Mexican Migrant Civil Society,” presented at “Mexican Migrant Civic and Political Participation,” Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute and US Studies Division, co-sponsored by: Latin American and Latino Studies Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, November, 2005

Jonathan Fox, “Unpacking_Transnational_Citizenship,” Annual Review of Political Science, 2005, Vol. 8

Jonathan Fox and Gaspar Rivera-Salgado (eds.), Indigenous Mexican Migrants in the United States, La Jolla: University of California, San Diego, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies & Center for US-Mexican Studies, 2004 [distributed by Lynne Rienner Publishers] (en español, portada)