Renelinda Arana, PhD
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Sociology Department Chair
- PhD, Sociology - Princeton University
- MA, Sociology - Princeton University
- BA, Anthropology - University of Texas at Austin
Office: Moye Hall, Room 208
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 8151
Publications, Exhibits, and Awards:
“Transnational Participation in Colombian Elections: Assessing the Impact of Reception Site.” Migration Studies. 2013.
“Assessing Candidates at Home and Abroad: A Comparative Analysis of Colombian Expatriates in the 2010 Presidential Elections.” Latin American Society & Politics. 2013.
“Hispanic Undergraduate Achievement: Toward an Ecological Model”. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education. 2011.
“Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2008.
“Divided or Convergent Loyalties? A Report on the Political Incorporation Process of Latin American Immigrants in the United States.” The International Journal of Comparative Social Research. 2008
Dissertation: “Rebuilding society behind prison walls: Examining the structure of prisoner-run reform organizations”, Princeton University, 2008.
Organized and fundraised art exhibition: “Behind Prison Walls: An Exhibit featuring the artwork from men of the New Jersey State Prison”. Princeton, NJ, 2005
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