Publication Highlights | Sofya Aptekar

Aptekar, Sofya. 2019. “The Unbearable Lightness of the Cosmopolitan Canopy: Accomplishment of Diversity at an Urban Farmers Market.” City & Community 18(1):71-88 10.1111/cico.12371

Aptekar, Sofya. 2019. “Super-diversity as a Methodological Approach: Re-centering Power and Inequality.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Special Issue: Super-diversity in Everyday Life. 42(1): 53-70.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2018. “Doctors as Migration Brokers in the Mandatory Medical Screenings of Immigrants to the United States.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2017. “Looking Forward, Looking Back: Collective Memory and Neighborhood Identity in Two Urban Parks.” Symbolic Interaction 40(1): 101-121.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2016. “Celebrating New Citizens, Defining the Nation.” Contexts 15(2): 46-51.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2016. “Gifts among Strangers: The Social Organization of Freecycle Giving.” Social Problems 63(2):266-283.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2015. “Making Sense of Naturalization: What Citizenship Means to Naturalizing Immigrants in Canada and the USA.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 17(4), 1143-1161.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2015. “Visions of Public Space: Reproducing and Resisting Social Hierarchies in a Diverse Community Garden.” Sociological Forum 30(1): 209-227.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2015. The Road to Citizenship: What Naturalization Means for Immigrants and the United States. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2013. “Citizenship Status and Patterns of Inequality in the United States and Canada.” Social Science Quarterly 95(2): 343-359.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2012. “Naturalization Ceremonies and the Role of Immigrants in the American Nation.” Citizenship Studies  16(7): 937-952.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2009. “Contexts of Exit in the Migration of Russian Speakers from the Baltic Countries to Ireland.” Ethnicities 9(4):507-526. (available through SSRN)

Aptekar, Sofya. 2009. “Organizational Life and Political Incorporation of Two Asian Immigrant Groups: A Case Study.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(9): 1511-1533.