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Katharine M.

Donato
Vanderbilt University
Department of Sociology
321 Garland Hall
Nashville TN 37235-1811

EMAIL: katharine.donato@vanderbilt.edu (615) 322-7500 office / (615) 322-7505 fax

EMPLOYMENT
Current Position
2006-16 Professor, Department of Sociology, Vanderbilt University (VU)
Secondary Appointments in the Department of Political Science, Center for Latin
American Studies, and the Program for Women & Gender Studies
Future Position (as of 8/1/16)
Donald G. Herzberg Professor of International Migration, School of Foreign Service,
Georgetown University
Past Positions
2000-06 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Rice University
2000-06 Associate Professor, Epidemiology, University of Texas School of Public Health
2000-06 Research Associate (Special Sworn Status), Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies
1995-96 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University (LSU)
1997-2006 Research Faculty Associate, El Colgio de San Luis Potos, Mxico
1996 Visiting Professor, El Centro de Investigaciones Historicas, San Luis Potos, Mxico
1988-95 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, LSU
1990-92 Research Associate, Population Research Center at the University of Chicago and NORC
1988-89 Postdoctoral Fellow, Population Research Center, University of Chicago and NORC
1985-88 Research Associate, National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research on the
Determinants of Change in Occupational Sex Composition (PIs: B.F. Reskin & P.A. Roos)

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
2008-15 Chair, Department of Sociology, VU
2009-11 Director, Center for Medicine Health and Society, VU
2008-09 Associate Director for Survey Research and Training, VU Center for Nashville Studies
2001-06 Master, Wiess Residential College, Rice University
1996-2000 Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Sociology, LSU

HONORS AND AWARDS


2016-17 Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation (deferred until AY 2017-18)
2015 IPUMS-International Research Award for The Double Disadvantage Reconsidered:
Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global Labor Force Participation in the 21st
Century, published in International Migration Review (2014) and co-authored with
Bhumika Piya and Anna Jacobs
2009-10 Fellow, Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, VU
2008 Best Paper Award, Urban Politics Section, American Political Science Association
coauthored with Melissa Marschall and Paru Shah
2000 Fulbright Award, El Colegio de San Luis A.C., Mxico
1997-98 Nominated for University Teaching Award, LSU
1995-97 Member, Binational Study of Migration between Mxico and the United States, U.S.
Commission on Immigration Reform (appointed)
1995-96 Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Sociology, LSU
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MAJOR FIELDS
Social Stratification and Social Demography
RESEARCH INTERESTS
International Migration, Mexico-US Migration, Ethnic and Gender Inequality, Social Determinants of
Health, Environment

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE
Editorial Board, International Migration Review, 2014-17
Editor, American Sociological Review, 2013-10
2013 American Sociological Review (with Larry W. Isaac, Holly J. McCammon), Volume 78, 1-6
2012 American Sociological Review (with Tony N. Brown, Larry W. Isaac, Holly J.
McCammon), Volume 77, 1-6
2011 American Sociological Review (with Tony N. Brown, Larry W. Isaac, Holly J.
McCammon), Volume 76, 1-6
2010 American Sociological Review (with Tony N. Brown, Larry W. Isaac, Holly J.
McCammon), Volume 75, 1-6

EDUCATION
1989 Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Chicago, Demography
1988 Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, Sociology
1984 M.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook, Sociology
1981 M.S.W. University of WisconsinMilwaukee, Social Welfare
1978 B.S. New York Institute of Technology, New York, Economics

LANGUAGES
Spanish and English

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
1999 Advisory Board, Mexican Migration Project, Princeton University
2015-16 Organizer, Population Association of America (PAA) Session on Children and Migration
2014-15 Chair, American Sociological Association (ASA) Section on International Migration
2007-14 Immigration Advisory Committee, Russell Sage Foundation
2012-13 Chair, ASA Section on Population
2010-11 Research Director (with Donna Gabaccia, History, University of Minnesota), Social Science
Research Council Dissertation Proposal Development Workshop, Migration and Gender
2010-11 Receiving Communities Initiative, Center for American Progress and J.M. Kaplan Fund
2010-11 Organizer, Immigration Sessions, PAA
2009 Discussant, Migration and Health Session, PAA
2007-08 Working Group, Schools and Immigrant Civic Engagement, Social Science Research
Council
2007 Organizer, International Migration/Gender and Migration sessions, PAA
2006 Discussant, Session on Life Course Perspectives on Migration, PAA
2003-06 Working Group on Migration and Gender, Social Science Research Council
2005 Discussant, Session on Acculturation and Health, PAA
2005 Organizer, Population Session, ASA
2004 Discussant, Session on Immigrants in Nontraditional Destinations, PAA
2003-05 Member, Population Section Council, ASA
2003 Discussant, Session on Immigrant Adaptation, PAA
2002 Organizer, Population Section Session, ASA
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2002 Organizer, Social Networks and Migration Session, PAA


2000-01 Chair, Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award Committee, ASA
2000-02 Advisory Group on the Effects of Border Enforcement, Public Policy Institute of CA
1999-01 Member, Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award Committee, ASA
1998-00 Advisory Group on the Effects of Welfare Reform on Legal Immigrants, International
Migration Policy Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C.
1999 Review Panel, National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program, USDA
1999 Chair, Nominations Committee, Section on Occupations, Organizations and Work,
American Sociological Association
1998 Organizer, International Migration Session, ASA
1998 Organizer, Session on International Migration, PAA
1997 Member, Program Committee, International Migration Section, ASA
1997 Member, Program Committee, SSS
1996 Organizer and Chair, Migration and Health Session, PAA
1996 Chair, Local Arrangements Committee, PAA
1995 General Topic Organizer, PAA and SDA
Reviewer for Social Forces, International Migration Review, Demography, Social Science Quarterly,
Population Policy & Research Review, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, American Sociological
Review, American Journal of Sociology, Work and Occupations
Proposal Reviewer, National Science Foundation, NIH-NICHD Population Science Subcommittee,
National Research Initiative, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Poverty Center at the Gerald R.
Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, The Marsden Fund of the Royal Society of
New Zealand, Russell Sage Foundation and The World Bank

UNIVERSITY SERVICE
2015-16 Global Studies Working Group, VU College of Arts and Science
2014-16 VU Trans-institutional Programs (TIPs) Review Panel
2015-16 VU Search Committee for Dean of the Graduate School
2015-16 VU Health Care Solutions Task Force
2009-14 Faculty VUceptor, VISIONS
2013-14 Executive Committee for VU Strategic Plan
2009-10 VU Committee on Institute for Advanced Study
2008-09 VU Social Sciences and Education Subcommittee, Task Force on Graduate Education
2008-09 VU Committee for Applied Social Sciences
2006-08 Nashville Survey Research Taskforce, VU Center for Nashville Studies
2006-07 Chair, Speakers Series Committee, Department of Sociology, Vanderbilt University
2004-06 Presidential Committee on Faculty Women, Rice University
2003-04 Ad Hoc Advisory Committee for Faculty Women, Rice University
2000-02 Health and Society Seminar, Rice University and UT-School of Public Health
1996-98 Chair, Graduate Policy and Admissions Committees, LSU
1995-96 Graduate Policy Committee, LSU
1994-95 Recruitment Committee, LSU
1993-95 Research Advisory Group in the Social Sciences, LSU
1989-94 Graduate Policy Committee, Advisory Committee, Women's Studies Committee, LSU
1988-89 Demographic Workshop/Gender and Society Workshops, The University of Chicago

PUBLICATIONS
Books and Edited Volumes
Donato, Katharine M. and Donna Gabaccia
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2015 Gender and International Migration: From the Slavery Era to the Global Age. New York,
NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
(Selected for Authors Meet Critics session at the 2016 annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological
Society, March 2016, Boston)

Aranda, Elizabeth, Cecilia Menjivar, and Katharine M. Donato


2014 Spillover Effects of Immigration Enforcement in Local Contexts. American Behavioral
Scientist 58(13).

Donato, Katharine M., Jonathan Hiskey, Jorge Durand, and Douglas S. Massey
2010 Continental Divides: International Migration in the Americas, The ANNALS of the American
Academy of Social and Political Science 630(1).
Spanish Edition: Salvando Fronteras: Migracin Internacional en Amrca Latina y el Caribe.
Mxico, D.F.: Porra.

Gabaccia, Donna, Katharine M. Donato, Jennifer Holdaway, Martin Manalansan IV, Patricia R. Pessar
2006 Gender and Migration Revisited, International Migration Review 40(1).

Forthcoming Articles (*Refereed)


*Donato, Katharine M. and Douglas S. Massey
Forthcoming. Twenty-First Century Globalization and Illegal Migration. In The ANNALS of
the American Academy of Social and Political Science 666.

*Donato, Katharine M., Amanda Carrico, Blake Sisk, and Bhumika Piya
Forthcoming. Different but The Same: How Legal Status affects International Migration from
Bangladesh. In The ANNALS of the American Academy of Social and Political Science 666.

*Donato, Katharine M. Donato and Samantha Perez


Forthcoming. A Different Hue of the Gender Gap: Latino Immigrants and Ideological
Conservatism in the United States. In Immigrants Inside Politics/Outside Citizenship, edited by
Michael Jones-Correa and James A. McCann. RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the
Social Sciences.

*Blake Sisk and Katharine M. Donato


Forthcoming. Weathering the Storm? Employment Transitions of Low-Skill Foreign-Born
Mexican and U.S. Born White Men, 2003-11. International Migration Review.

Donato, Katharine M. and Gabriela Perez Len


Forthcoming. Educacin, Gnero, y Migracin de Colombia y Mxico a Estados Unidos. In
Durand, Jorge and Mara Gertrudis Roa, eds. Colombia en la Encrucijada: El Proyecto LAMP-
Colombia sobre Migracin. Cali, Columbia: Universidad del Valle.

Articles and Books Chapters (*Refereed)


*Donato, Katharine M. and Blake Sisk
2015 Childrens Migration from Mexico and Central America to the United States: Evidence from
the Mexican and Latin American Migration Projects. Journal of Migration and Human Security
http://jmhs.cmsny.org/index.php/jmhs/article/view/43.
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*Donato, Katharine M., Bhumika Piya, and Anna Jacobs


2014 The Double Disadvantage Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global
Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century. International Migration Review S1(Fall): S335-376.
(Received IPUMS-International Research Award 2015)

*Donato, Katharine M. and Leslie Rodriguez


2014 Police Arrests in a Time of Uncertainty: The Impact of 287(g) on Arrests in a New
Immigrant Gateway. American Behavioral Scientist 58(13): 1696-1722.

Aranda, Elizabeth, Cecilia Menjivar, and Katharine M. Donato


2014 The Spillover Consequences of an Enforcement-First U.S. Immigration Regime. American
Behavioral Scientist 58(13): 1687-95.

*Meyers, Abby G., Amanda Salanitro, Kenneth A. Wallston,, Courtney Cawthon, Eduard Vasilevskis,
Kathryn M. Goggins, Corinne M. Davis, Russell L. Rothman,, Liana D. Castel, Katharine M. Donato,
John F. Schnelle, Susan P. Bell, Jonathan S. Schildcrout, Chandra Y. Osborn, Frank E. Harrell, and Sunil
Kripalani
2014 Determinants of Health after Hospital Discharge: Rationale and Design of the Vanderbilt
Inpatient Cohort Study (VICS). BMC Health Services Research 14: 1-10.

Donato, Katharine M.
2014 Natural Disasters, Environmental Crises and U.S. Immigration. In Jim Ciment and John
Radzilowski (eds.), American Immigration, Second Edition: An Encyclopedia of Political, Social,
and Cultural Change. NY: M.E.Sharpe.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Blake Sisk


2013 Shifts in the Employment Outcomes among Mexican Migrants to the United States, 1976-
2009. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30(1): 63-77.

*Donato, Katharine M.
2012 Variation in the Gender Composition of Migrant Populations: An Introduction. Social
Science History 36(2): 191-95.

Donato, Katharine M.
2012 Gender, Immigration and the U.S. Labor Market. Pp. 131-50 in Michael C. LeMay (ed.),
Transforming America: Perspectives on U.S. Immigration. NY: Praeger.
*Brown, Tony N., Katharine M. Donato, Mary T. Laske, and Ebony M. Duncan
2012 Race, Nativity, Ethnicity, and Cultural Influences in the Sociology of Mental Health. Pp.
255-75 in Carol S. Aneshensel, Jo C. Phelan, and Alex Bierman (eds.), Handbook of the Sociology
on Mental Health. New York, NY: Springer.

*Marschall, Melissa, Paru Shah, and Katharine M. Donato


2012 Immigrant Gateways and Parent Involvement in US Schools. Social Science Quarterly 93(1):
130-51.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Amada Armenta


2011 What Do We Know About Undocumented Migration. Annual Review of Sociology 37: 529-
43.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Ebony M. Duncan


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2011 Migration, Social Networks, and Child Health in Mexican Families. Journal of Marriage
and Family 73(August): 713-28.

*Donato, Katharine M., J. Trent Alexander, Donna R. Gabaccia, and Johanna Leinonen
2011 Variations in the Gender Composition of Immigrant Populations: How and Why They
Matter. International Migration Review 45(3): 495-526.

*Donato, Katharine M.
2010 U.S. Migration from Latin America: Gendered Patterns and Shifts. The ANNALS of the
American Academy of Social and Political Science 630(1): 78-92.

*Donato, Katharine M., Jonathan Hiskey, Jorge Durand, and Douglas S. Massey
2010 Migration in the Americas: Mxico and Latin America in Comparative Context. The
ANNALS of the American Academy of Social and Political Science 630(1): 6-17.

Donato, Katharine M. and Melissa Marschall


2010 The Challenges of Educating Latino Students: Engaging Parents as Partners. In Alan Booth
and Nancy Landale (eds.), Development of Hispanic Children in Immigrant Families: Challenges
and Prospects. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

*Kandel, William A. and Katharine M. Donato


2009 Does Unauthorized Status Reduce Exposure to Pesticides? Evidence from the National
Agricultural Workers Survey. Work and Occupations 36: 367-99.

*Donato, Katharine M., Chizuko Wakabayashi, Shirin Hakimzadeh, and Amada Armenta
2008 Shifts in the Employment Conditions of Mexican Migrant Men and Women: The Effect of
U.S. Immigration Policy. Work and Occupations 35: 462-95.

*Donato, Katharine M., Brandon Wagner, and Evelyn Patterson


2008 The Cat and Mouse Game at the Mxico-U.S. Border: Gendered Patterns and Recent Shifts.
International Migration Review 42(2): 330-59.

Donato, Katharine M., Charles Tolbert, Alfred Nucci, and Yukio Kawano
2008 Changing Faces/Changing Places: The Emergence of Non-Metropolitan Immigrant
Gateways. Pp. 75-98 in Douglas S. Massey (ed.), New Faces in New Places: The Changing
Geography of American Immigration. New York, NY: The Russell Sage Foundation.

Donato, Katharine M. and Carl L. Bankston III


2008 The Origins of Employer Demand for Immigrants in a New Destination: The Salience of Soft
Skills in a Volatile Economy. Pp. 124-48 in Douglas S. Massey (ed.), New Faces in New Places:
The Changing Geography of American Immigration. New York, NY: The Russell Sage Foundation.

*Donato, Katharine M., Charles M. Tolbert II, Alfred Nucci, and Yukio Kawano
2007 Recent Immigrant Settlement in the Nonmetropolitan United States: Evidence from Internal
Census Data. Rural Sociology 72(4): 537-59.

Donato, Katharine M., Nicole Trujillo-Pagn, Carl L. Bankston III, and Audrey Singer
2007 Reconstructing New Orleans After Katrina: The Emergence of an Immigrant Labor Market.
Pp. 217-34 in David L. Brunsma, David Overfelt, and J. Steve Picou (eds.), The Sociology of
Katharine M. Donato
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Katrina: Perspectives on a Modern Catastrophe. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Donato, Katharine M., Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni, and Theresa Thompson-Colon


2007 Contando con los Parientes: Redes Sociales, Apoyo Social y Estado de la Salud Infantil en
Mxico. Pp. 400-30 in Manuel Angel Castillo and Jorge Santibanez (eds.), Nuevas Tendencias y
Nuevos desafios de la Migracion International: Memorias del Seminario Permanente sobre
Migracion Internacional. Volumen II. El Tijuana, MX: Colegio de la Frontera Norte.

Kawano, Yukio, Katharine M. Donato and Charles M. Tolbert II


2007 Generational Differences in Mexican-American's Earnings: Comparing the Second, 2.5th and
Third Generations. Pp. 216-36 in Yoshimichi Sato (ed.), Deciphering Social Stratification and
Inequality: Japan and Beyond. Melbourne, Australia: Trans Pacific Press.

*Wakabayashi, Chizuko and Katharine M. Donato


2006 Caregiving for Economic Well-Being in Womens Later Life. Journal of Health and Social
Behavior 47(3): 258-74.

*Donato, Katharine M., Donna Gabaccia, Jennifer Holdaway, Martin Manalansan IV, Patricia R. Pessar
2006 A Glass Half Full? Gender in Migration Studies. International Migration Review 40(1): 3-
26.

*Curran, Sara R., Steven Shafer, Katharine M. Donato, and Filiz Garip
2006 Mapping Gender and Migration in Sociological Scholarship: Is it Segregation or Integration?
International Migration Review 40(1): 199-223.

Donato, Katharine M., Chizuko Wakabayashi, and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni


2006 Effects of Mxico-U.S. Migration on Health. In Mxico-United States Migration:
Consequences and Challenges for Both Nations. Mxico City, Mxico: El Colegio de Mxico.

*Donato, Katharine M., Michael Aguilera, and Chizuko Wakabayashi


2005 Immigration Policy and the Employment Conditions of U.S. Immigrants from Mxico,
Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. International Migration 43(5): 5-29.

Donato, Katharine M., Melissa Stainback, and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni


2005 Migracin y Salud en Mxico: Resultados para San Luis Potos. Pp. 46-75 in Jorge Durand
(ed.), Vetas: Revista de El Colegio de San Luis. El Colegio de San Luis Potos, A.C.: SLP, Mxico.

Donato, Katharine M., Melissa Stainback, and Carl L. Bankston III


2005 The Economic Incorporation of Mexican Immigrants in Southern Louisiana: A Tale of Two
Cities. Pp. 76-99 in Vctor Ziga and Rubn Hernndez-Len (eds.), New Destinations of
Mexican Immigration in the United States: Community Formation, Local Responses and Inter-
Group Relations. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

*Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia, Katharine M. Donato, Theresa Thompson Colon and Melissa Stainback
2005 Counting on Kin: Social Networks, Social Support and Child Health. Social Forces 83(3):
1137-64.

*Read, Jennan Ghazal, Benjamin Amick III, and Katharine M. Donato


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2005 Arab Immigrants: A New Case for Ethnicity and Health? Social Science and Medicine 61:
77-82.

*Wakabayashi, Chizuko and Katharine M. Donato


2005 The Consequences of Caregiving: Effects on Womens Employment and Earnings.
Population Research and Policy Review 24: 467-88.

Donato, Katharine M., Chizuko Wakabayashi, Amada Armenta, Shirin Hakimzadeh, and Nora Gallegos
Vargas
2004 Salarios de las Mujeres y Hombres Inmigrantes a Estados Unidos desde Amrica Latina:
Efectos de la Poltica de Inmigracin de los Estados Unidos. In Elaine Levine (ed.), Insercin
Laboral de Migrantes Mexicanos y Latinos en Estados Unidos. Centro de Investigaciones sobre
Amrica del Norte, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, Mxico City.

Donato, Katharine M. and Evelyn Patterson


2004 Women and Men at the Border: Undocumented Border Crossing. Pp. 111-30 in Jorge
Durand and Douglas S. Massey (eds.), Behind the Smoke and Mirrors: Research from the Mexican
Migration Project. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

*Saenz, Rogelio, Katharine M. Donato, Lourdes Gouveia, and Cruz Torres


2003 Latinos in the South: A Glimpse of Ongoing Trends and Research. Southern Rural
Sociology 19(2): 1-19 [Appeared in 2004].

*Donato, Katharine M., Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni, and Melissa Stainback


2003 Sex Differences in Child Health: Effects of Mxico-U.S. Migration. Journal of Comparative
Family Studies, Families and Childrens Inequalities, special issue, E. Fussell and A.H. Gauthier
(eds.) Summer: 455-77.

Donato, Katharine M., Carl L. Bankston, and Dawn T. Robinson


2001 Immigration and the Organization of the Onshore Oil Industry: Southern Louisiana in the
Late 1990s. Pp. 104-113 in A. D. Murphy, C. Blanchard, and J. A. Hill (eds.), Latino Workers in
the Contemporary South. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.
Donato, Katharine M., Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni, and Rebecca Carter
2001 Uso de Anticonceptivos y Preferencias de Fertilidad en Las Mujeres de San Luis Potos:
Efectos en la Emigracion de Mxico a Estados Unidos. Pp. 147-72 in Fernando Alanis Enciso
(ed.), La Emigracion de San Luis Potos a Estados Unidos Pasado y Presente. San Luis Potos,
Mxico: El Colegio de San Luis.

Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni


2001 Food Assistance Programs, Legal Status, and Mexican Immigrants. In Research Perspective
on Migration. International Migration Policy Program, Carnegie Endowment for International
Peace: Washington, D.C.

Donato, Katharine M.
2000 Impacto en la Salud de los Migrantes Mexicanos en Estados Unidos. Pp. 43-48 in Jorge
Durand y Primitivo Rodriguez (eds.), La Familia Transnacional: Migracin Mxico-Estados
Unidos. Mxico, D.F.: Red de Estudios para el Desarrollo Rural, A.C.

Donato, Katharine M. and Rebecca S. Carter


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1999 U.S. Policy on Illegal Immigration: A Thirty Year Retrospective. Pp. 112-29 in David W.
Haines and Karen E. Rosenblum (eds.), Illegal Immigration in America: A Reference Handbook.
Greenwood Press.

*Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia and Katharine M. Donato


1999 Migradollars and Mortality: Effects of Migration on Child Mortality. Demography 36(3):
339-53.

*Donato, Katharine M.
1999 A Dynamic View of Mexican Migration to the United States. Gender Issues 17(1): 52-75.

*Stainback, Melissa and Katharine M. Donato


1999 Going to Work but Never Leaving Home: Working at Home for Pay, 1991-97. Women &
Work 1(Spring): 141-62.

Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni


1999 Women's Status and Demographic Change: The Case of Mxico-U.S. Migration. In Brgida
Garca and Karen Mason (eds.), Women, Poverty, and Demographic Change. Geneva: IUSSP.

Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia and Katharine M. Donato


1999 Linking Migration and Health: Community and Household Effects of Male Migration on
Mothers and Childrens Health in Mexican Origin Communities. Pp. 251-276 in Kenneth Hill, Jos
B. Morelos, and Rebeca Wong (eds.), Las Consecuencias de Las Transiciones Demogrfica y
Epidemiolgica en Amrica Latina. Mxico City: El Colegio de Mxico y Johns Hopkins
University.

Donato, Katharine M.
1998 Mexican Migration Project Data. Pp. 903-64 in Migration Between Mxico and the United
States, Volume 3. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform.

Latap, Agustin Escobar, Philip Martin, Gustavo Lopez Castro, and Katharine Donato
1998 Factors that Influence Migration. Pp. 163-250 in Migration Between Mxico and the United
States, Volume 1. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform.

Stainback, Melissa and Katharine M. Donato


1998 Going to Work but Never Leaving Home. Population Today 26(9): 3.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Roger A. Wojtiewicz


1996 The Educational Achievement of U.S. Puerto Ricans. New England Journal of Public Policy
11(2): 99-111. (Reprinted in Latinos in a Changing Society, edited by Edwin Melndez and Martha
Montero. Greenwood Publishing Group.)

*Wojtkiewicz, Roger A. and Katharine M. Donato


1995 Hispanic Educational Attainment: The Effects of Family Background and Nativity. Social
Forces 74(2): 559-74.

*Donato, Katharine M.
1994a U.S. Policy and Mexican Migration to the United States 1942-92. Social Science Quarterly
75(4): 705-29.
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*Donato, Katharine M.
1994b Reply to Espenshade and Romo: Final Comments on the Relationship Between Mexican
Migration and U.S. Policy. Social Science Quarterly 75(4): 737-40.

*Donato, Katharine M.
1993 Current Trends and Patterns in Female Migration: Evidence from Mxico. International
Migration Review 27(4): 748-71.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Douglas S. Massey


1993 Effects of the Immigration Reform Act on the Wages of Mexican Migrants. Social Science
Quarterly 74(3): 523-41.

*Donato, Katharine M., Jorge Durand, and Douglas S. Massey


1992a Stemming the Tide? Assessing the Deterrent Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control
Act. Demography 29(2): 139-57.

*Donato, Katharine, Jorge Durand, and Douglas S. Massey


1992b Changing Conditions in the U.S. Labor Market: Effects of the Immigration Reform and
Control Act of 1986. Population Research and Policy Review 11(2): 93-115.

*Tienda, Marta, Katharine M. Donato, and Hector Cordero Guzmn


1992 Schooling, Color, and Labor Force Activity of Women. Social Forces 71(2): 365-95.

Donato, Katharine M.
1992 Understanding U.S. Immigration: Why Some Countries Send Women and Others Send Men.
Pp. 159-84 in Donna Gabaccia (ed.), Seeking Common Ground: Female Immigration to the United
States. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Donato, Katharine M.
1990 Keepers of the Corporate Image: Women in Public Relations. Pp. 129-143 in Barbara F.
Reskin and Patricia A. Roos (eds.), Job Queues, Gender Queues: Explaining Women's Inroads into
Male Occupations. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Donato, Katharine M.
1990 Programming for Change? The Growing Demand for Women Systems Analysts. Pp. 167-
182 in Barbara F. Reskin and Patricia A. Roos (eds.), Job Queues, Gender Queues: Explaining
Women's Inroads into Male Occupations. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Massey, Douglas S., Katharine M. Donato, and Zai Liang


1990 Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1988: Preliminary Data from Mxico.
In Frank D. Bean, Barry Edmonston, and Jeffrey S. Passel (eds.), Illegal Immigration to the United
States: The Experience of the 1980s. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.

Donato, Katharine M. and Patricia Roos


1987 Gender and Earnings Inequality among Computer Specialists. Pp. 291-317 in Barbara D.
Wright, Myra M. Ferree, Gail O. Mellow, Linda H. Lewis, Maria Luz D. Samper, Robert Asher, and
Kathleen Claspell (eds.), Women, Work and Technology: Transformations. Ann Arbor: University
of Michigan Press.

Tyree, Andrea and Katharine M. Donato


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1986 A Demographic Overview of the International Migration of Women. Pp. 21-41 in Rita
James Simon and Caroline B. Brettell, (eds.), International Migration: The Female Experience.
New Jersey: Rowman & Allanheld.

*Donato, Katharine M. and Andrea Tyree


1986 Family Reunification, Health Professionals, and the Sex Composition of Migrants to the
United States. Sociology and Social Research 70: 226-30.

*Tyree, Andrea and Katharine M. Donato


1985 The Sex Composition of Legal Immigrants to the United States. Sociology and Social
Research 69: 577-85.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Something Old, Something New: When Gender Matters in the Relationship between Social Support and
Health, revise and resubmit (with Gabriela Len-Prez, Kenneth A. Wallston, Sunil Kripalini)
U.S. Migration and Economic Development in Colombia and Mexico (with Gabriela Len-Prez)
The Immigrant Double Disadvantage among U.S. Blacks (with Anna Jacobs and Brittany Hearne)
Crossing the Mexico-U.S. Border: Illegality and Childrens Migration, revise and resubmit (with
Samantha Perez)
Social Capital, Environmental Conditions, and Out-migration from Bangladesh (with Amanda Carrico
and Blake Sisk)
Immigration, Interactions, and Identities in a Changing United States: When, Why, and How Race and
Ethnicity Matter (with Kay Deaux and Nancy Foner)
Migration and Parental Absence in Latin America: A Comparative Assessment (with Jack DeWaard and
Jenna Nobles)
Provision of Healthcare Coverage to the U.S. Unauthorized Population: Lessons Learned and
Implications for Migrant Health in Urban China (with Van C. Tran)

RESEARCH GRANTS
External
Environmental Stress and Human Migration in a Low-Lying Developing Nation: A Comparison of Co-
Evolving Natural and Human Landscapes in the Physically and Culturally Diverse Context of
Bangladesh, U.S. Office of Naval Research (Donato-Co-PI, Steven Goodbred-PI), 2011-14, $4.5M

Health Literacy, Hospital Discharge and Cardiovascular Outcomes, NIH/NHLBI--R01 HL109388


(Donato-Co-PI, Sunil Kripalani-PI), 2011-16, $3.3M

Immigrant Parent Involvement in Schools, Communities and Politics, funded by the National Science
Foundation (Donato, Melissa Marschall and Audrey Singer-Co-PIs) 2006-09, $300,838

Immigrant Civic Engagement and Political Participation, Russell Sage Foundation (Donato and Melissa
Marschall-PIs) 2008-09, $26,000

Immigrants and Schools: Contextual Factors in Parents School and Community Involvement, Russell
Sage Foundation (Donato and Melissa Marschall-PIs and Audrey Singer-Co-PI) 2006-09, $151,763

Conference on Mobility, Gender Ratios and Public Policy, Russell Sage Foundation (Donato, Donna
Gabaccia, Trent Alexander and Bianet Castellanos-Co-PIs) 2008-09, $19,000

Employers and Workers in Post-Katrina New Orleans: The Process of Early Immigrant Incorporation,
Katharine M. Donato
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Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, American Sociological Association (Donato, Carl L.
Bankston III, Audrey Singer and Nicole Trujillo-Pagan-Co-PIs) 2006-07, $7,000

Social Networks, Social Support, and Educational Outcomes Among Hawaiian Families, The
Kamehameha Schools (Donato-PI with Chizuko Wakabayashi-Co-PI) 2004-05, $27,613

Child Obesity in Migrant and Nonmigrant Households in Mxico, Economic Research Service, U.S.
Department of Agriculture (Donato-PI) 2004-06, $40,000

Fertility and Family Planning in Mexican Communities: A Binational Study, Willliam and Flora Hewlett
Foundation (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs) 2000-04, $425,000

Changing Places, Changing Faces: Immigration in the Nonmetropolitan United States, National Research
Initiative, U.S. Department of Agriculture (Donato, Charles Tolbert and Alfred Nucci-PIs), 2001-2006,
$150,000

Charting the Age of Immigrant Populations in U.S. Urban Areas, The Brookings Institution, $11,000
(Donato and Elizabeth Fussell-Co-PIs), 2002-04, $11,000
Collaborative Research: A Binational Study of Social Capital, Social Networks, and Mexican Health,
National Science Foundation (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 2000-02, $147,000

Labor Demand and the Deep-water Oil Industry, U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management
Service, (Donato-PI) 1998-2001, $362,000

Food Insecurity and Immigrant Well-being: Mexican Immigrants to the United States, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, $46,000 (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 1998-99, $46,000

Health Consequences of Mexican Migration to the United States, The William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 1996-99, $375,000

Health Consequences of Mexican Migration in Houston, Rockefeller Foundation (Donato and Shawn
Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs) 1997-99, $50,000

Food Assistance Programs and Maternal and Child Health: Legal and Undocumented Migrants from
Mxico," IRP-USDA Small Grants Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Donato and Shawn
Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 1996-97, $38,970

Binational Study of Migration Between Mxico and the United States, U.S. Commission on Immigration
Reform (Donato-PI), 1995-96, $16,000

Health Consequences of Mexican Migration: A Collaborative Proposal, William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation (with Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni), 1995-96, $5,000

Long-term Consequences of U.S. Immigration Policy: Effects of Legal Status on the Labor Market
Conditions of Mexicans, Division of Immigration Policy and Research, Bureau of International Labor
Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor, 1995-96 (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 1995, $9,492

Bringing Women In: Mexican Immigration to the United States, Small Grants Program, American
Sociological Association (Donato and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni-PIs), 1995, $2,500
Katharine M. Donato
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Poverty Among Puerto Ricans: Differences Between Working and Non-Working Poor, Committees for
Public Policy on Contemporary Hispanic Issues and for Research on the Urban Underclass, Social
Science Research Council (Donato-PI), 1992, $5,000

Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986: Mexican Immigration to the United States,
The Sloan Foundation (Donato and Douglas S. Massey-PIs), 1990-92, $140,535

Internal
Race, Immigration and Acculturation in the United States, Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research Grant,
Vanderbilt University, 2009-2011, $100,000 (with Ifeoma Nkwankwo)

Immigrant Parent Involvement in Schools, Communities and Politics in Nashville, TN, Center for
Nashville Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2007-09, $69,268

Migration in the Americas: Mxico and Latin America in Comparative Context, Publication Colloquium,
Center for the Americas, Vanderbilt University, 2007-08, $50,000 (with Jon Hiskey)

Mexican Adolescent Health Pilot Project, Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, Center for the Americas
at Vanderbilt University, 2007, $5,000

Global Migration and Gender Ratios, University of Minnesota Office of Interdisciplinary Research
Program, 2007-08 (with Donna Gabaccia, Trent Alexander, Catherine Fitch and Maria Bianet
Castellanos), $23,584

Nativity, Race and Health, funded by the James Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University (with
Rudy Guerra), 2005-06, $20,000

Effects of Nativity on Health in the United States, funded by the James Baker Institute for Public Policy,
Rice University (with Bridget Gorman), 2004-05, $20,000

Art in Contemporary Mexican Society, funded by the Brown Teaching Foundation, Rice University,
2001-02, $3,500

Consequences of Immigration Reform: Mexican Migration to the United States, funded by the Council
on Research, Office of Research and Economic Development, Louisiana State University, 1994, $4,000

Effects of Recent Immigration Reform: Mexican Immigration to the United States, supported by the
Center for Life Course and Population Studies, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University,
1992, $2,500

CONTRACTS
Teen Pregnancy among Hispanics, Pew Hispanic Center, Washington, D.C. 2005-06
Changing Places, Changing Faces: Contextual Determinants of the Foreign Born, 1990-2000, Population
Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2001-04
Seminar on the Legalized Population: Five Years Later, Division of Immigration Policy and Research,
U.S. Department of Labor, 1994

INVITED LECTURES AND PAPERS


2016 Gender, Nativity, and Global Labor Market Outcomes. To be presented at Immigration,
Katharine M. Donato
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Gender Roles, and National Economies, a workshop sponsored by the Princeton Institute for
International and Regional Studies at Princeton University, June.
2016 Gender and International Migration. Invited lecture, Conference on Gender and Migration,
University of California-Irvine, February
2015 Family Reunification among Migrant Families. Invited presentation, Conferenence on Migrant
Families Living Across National and Regional Borders, Maastricht University
2015 Gender, Education, and U.S. Migration from Colombia and Mexico. Invited paper, El Proyecto
LAMP Colombia sobre migracin, Universidad Tecnolgica de Pereira, Bogota
2015 Gender and International Migration. Invited lecture, Mexico-U.S. Migration, Brown
University
2014 Gender and International Migration: From Slavery Era to Global Present. Invited lecture,
Department of Sociology, University of South Florida
2014 Transforming America: Immigration Past and Present. Invited lecture, Global Studies Program
and Department of Sociology, Saint Leo University
2014 Explaining Childrens Migration from Mexico to the United States. Invited lecture, Department
of Sociology, University of Maryland
2014 The Double Disadvantage Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global
Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century. Invited lecture, Center for Migration Studies,
50th Anniversary
2014 Gender and International Migration. Plenary lecture at the 3rd Ruppin International Conference
on Immigration and Social Integration, Ruppin Academic Center and Tel Aviv University, Israel
2014 The Feminization of Migration over the Longue Dure. Invited lecture, Office of Population
Research, Princeton University
2014 Healthcare Service Access by U.S. Unauthorized Population: Toward a China Comparison.
Invited presentation for Migration, Social Development and Social Protection Common Concerns
Seminar, sponsored by Chinese Academy of the Social Sciences and Social Science Research
Council, Beijing
2013 Children on the Move: Prospects for Mxico-U. S. Migration. Invited plenary for International
Symposium on Illegality, Youth, and Belonging, Harvard University Graduate School of
Education
2013 Police Arrests in a Time of Uncertainty: The Impact of 287 (g) on Drivers License Arrests in
New Immigrant Gateway. Invited lecture for Latino Communities in Old and New Destinations:
Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Assessing the Impact of Legal Reforms, University of South
Florida
2013 La Niez en la Migracin de Mxico a Estados Unidos. Invited lecture at Migration Working
Group, Universidad de San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2013 Weathering the Storm? Employment Transitions of Low-Skill Workers in the United States.
Invited Lecture, University of Michigans Institute for Survey Research, Department of
Sociology, UC-Irvine, University of Pennsylvania and SUNY-Albany
2013 Gender Differences in the Effects of Social Support on Health. Invited lecture for the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars, University of Pennsylvania
2013 U.S. Immigration: Transforming America. Invited lecture for the Center for the Study of
Social Justice, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
2012 The Migration-Family Nexus and the Mxico-U.S. Case. Keynote given at Comparative and
Multi-sited Approaches to International Migration, Conference on Migrations between Africa
and Europe, Paris
2012 Provision of Healthcare Coverage to the U.S. Unauthorized Population: Lessons Learned and
Implications for Migrant Health in Urban China (with Van C. Tran). Presented at Social
Development and Social Protection, Academy of Social Sciences and Social Science Research
Council, Beijing
Katharine M. Donato
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2012 Convergence in the Labor Market Outcomes of Mxico-U.S. Immigrants. Presented at Poverty
and Immigration Conference, UC-Davis
2011 Children on the Move: Mxico-U.S. Migration and its Prospects for the Future. Presented at
New Realities of Mexican Immigration to the United States, Princeton University
2011 Migration, Social Networks, and Child Health in Mexican Families. Presented at the
Department of Sociology, Emory University
2011 How Many Men? How Many Women? Gender Balance and International Migration. Plenary
speaker for graduate colloquium, "Women, Migration, and Immigration. Presented at Northern
Illinois University
2010 Contributions of Mexican Immigrants and Implications for Assimilation. Presented at the
Center for the Study of Wealth and Inequality, Columbia University
2010 Childrens Migration from Mxico: Differences by Household Poverty. Invited paper, The
Sources of Inequality Across the Globe, Juan March Institute, Madrid
2010 Mexican Immigrants and Public Resources: Costs and Contributions. Plenary speaker for the
annual meeting of the Southern Demographic Association
2009 Gendered Consequences of International Migration. Keynote speaker for International
Womens Week, by International Studies Program and Alice Drum Womens Center, Franklin
& Marshall College
2008 Latino Children in Immigrant Families. Invited discussant at Penn States 16th annual
Symposium on Family Issues on the Development of Hispanic Children and Youth in
Immigrant Families: Challenges and Prospects, October
2008 Immigrant Settlement in Nonmetropolitan Areas of the United States. Invited lecture for the
Internal Migration and Immigrant Settlement Patterns Panel, U.S. Census Bureau Migration
Speaker Series.
2008 Education and the Mxico-U.S. Migration System. Invited lecture at Mxico-U.S. Migration:
Rural Transformation and Development, a conference sponsored by the Lozano Long Institute of
Latin American Studies at the University of Texas Austin, April
2008 The Consequences of Immigration Policy for Mexican Migration to the United States. Invited
lecture at the University of Texas San Antonio Mxico Center, April
2007 Parent Involvement in Schools: A Macro-Level Analysis of Immigrant Gateway Districts.
Invited paper for the Migration and Education Conference, Social Science Research Council,
December
2007 New Faces in New Places: Recent Immigrant Settlement in the United States. Keynote
Distinguished Lecture at the Tennessee Undergraduate Sociological Symposium at Middle
Tennessee State University, November
2007 Changing Places, Changing Faces: Recent Immigrant Settlement in the United States and Its
Implications. Keynote speaker for the E. James Holland University Symposium on American
Values, San Angelo University, October
2007 Gender and Migration in Latin America. Invited lecture for Conference on Gender and
Migration in Global Perspective. co-sponsored by Barnard Colleges Center for Research on
Women, Barnards Forum on Migration, and Columbia Universitys Institute of Latin American
Studies, October
2007 Migration and Infant Health. Invited paper at the Conference on Migration and Human
Development, Sponsored by Stanford Center for Internacional Development and Mxicos
United Nations Develoment Program, April
2007 Primer Congreso Internacional Migraciones Globales: Poblacin en Movimiento, Familia y
Comunidades Migrantes. Featured speaker, la Universidad Autnoma de Sinaloa, Universidad
de Guadalajara, and el Consulado General de los Estados Unidos de Norte Amrica en
Guadalajara.
2006 The Chilling Effect: Public Service Use and Tax Contributions of Mexican Migrants to the
Katharine M. Donato
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United States. Invited lecture, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, December
2006 Gender and Migration. Organizer and presenter of workshop at the Social Science History
Association, November

2006 New Orleans Population after Hurricane Katrina. Invited lecture at Tulane University, March
2005 Migration and Health. Invited paper as part of the Expert Group Meeting on International
Migration and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean, sponsored by the Population
Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations, the Consejo
Nacional de Poblacin, the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, and the Centro
Latinoamericano y Caribeo de Demografa, Mxico City, December
2005 Cumulative Impact of Migration on Infant and Child Health. Invited lecture given to the Johns
Hopkins Working Group on Migration and Health, Department of the History of Medicine and
Infectious Disease, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, September
2005 Immigration Policy and the Employment Conditions of U.S. Immigrants from Mxico,
Nicaragua, and Dominican Republic. Invited paper presented at Spring Colloquium Series at
Center for Migration and Development at Princeton University, April
2005 Invited contributor to book presentation at Second Cumbre of the Great Plains: Re-Visioning
Latino America: New Perspectives on Migration, Transnationalism and Integration, Office of
Latino/Latin American Studies, University of Nebraska Omaha, April
2005 Changing Places, Changing Faces: What do Internal Census Data Tell Us About Immigrant
Settlement in Nonmetropolitan U.S. Areas? Invited paper presented at Immigration in the
United States: New Sources and Destinations, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, February
2005 The Salience of Soft Skills in A volatile Local Economy: Employer Demand for Immigrant
Workers in Southern Louisiana. Invited paper presented at Immigration in the United States:
New Sources and Destinations, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, February
2004 Implications of Mxico-U.S. Migration on Health. Invited paper presented at Mxico-United
States Migration: Consequences and Challenges for Both Nations, a seminar organized by
Mxicos National Population Council (CONAPO), El Colegio de Mxico, Center for Research
and Higher Education in Social Anthropology (CIESAS), and Center of Economic and
Managerial Sciences of the Universidad de Guadalajara, Mxico City, December
2004 Recent Patterns and Trends in the Cat and Mouse Game at the Mxico-U.S. Border. Invited
lectura at Seminario de Migracion Internacional, Colegio del Frontera Norte, Tijuana, July
2004 Mexican Migration and Infant and Child Health over the Life Course. Invited lecture/paper
given at the Conference on Mexican Migration over the Life Course, Brown University, May
2004 Commentary on Americas Newcomers and the Dynamics of Diversity by Frank Bean and
Gillian Stevens. Invited special session at annual meeting of the American Sociological
Association, August
2004 Commentary on Perspectives on Immigration Reform. Invited lecture sponsored by the Mxico
Institute of Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and University of Houston Center
for Immigration Research, April
2004 Gender, Migration and Mexican Health. Invited lecture at the symposium, Gender and Human
Security of Immigrants in the Midwest, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
March
2004 The Significance of Gender in Explaining the Effects of Migration on Mexican Child Health.
Invited lecture at the Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, March
2003 Ethnicity and Health. Invited lecture in course, Society and Health, Rice University
Katharine M. Donato
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2003-05 Immigration, Ethnicity and Hispanic Health. Invited lecture given as part of Disparities in
Health in America: Working Toward Social Justice, The University of Texas MD Anderson
Cancer Center
2002-05 Social Determinants: Immigration, Ethnicity, Family and Health. Invited lecture, Disparities in
Health in America: Working Toward Social Justice, University of Houston
2002 Is the United States Good for Immigrant Health? Invited lecture, Globetrotting with Scholars:
Celebration of the Fulbright, School of Continuing Studies, Rice University
2002 Latinos in the South Symposium. Invited discussant, Rural Sociological Society, Atlanta
2002 Women and Men at the Border: Undocumented Crossings. Invited to present at Third
Binational Conference on Mxico-U.S. Migration, Puerto Vallarta, Mxico, March
2002 Health Consequences of Mxico-U.S. Migration: Observations and Reflections. Invited lecture
at Cutoff: Impact Across Generations, Georgetown Family Center, Washington, D.C., April
2001 Counting on Kin: Social Networks, Social Support and Child Health in Mxico. Invited lecture
at Seminario de Migracion Internacional at the Colegio de Frontera Norte, Tijuana, May
2001 Immigrant Families: Their Medical, Pyschological and Social Needs. Invited lecture, Tenneco
Community Symposium on Immigration and the Family, University of Houston, March
2000 Boom to Whom? Effects of Investment Liberalization on Poverty and Income Distribution in
Mxico. Invited lecture at the conference, The Americas Project, James A. Baker III Institute of
Public Policy at Rice University, October
2000 Invited discussant for the seminar, Dialogo Migratorio Mxico-EUA 1995-2000, organized by
Mexican and U.S. governments in Mxico City, October
1999 Health Consequences of Mexican Migration to the United States. Invited lecture, The
Rockefeller Foundation, Los Cabos, Mxico, November
1999 Food Assistance Use: Differences by Legal Status. Invited lecture, Department of
Sociology,Mississippi State University
1998 Going to Work but Never Leaving Home: Working at Home for Pay, 1991-97. Invited lecture,
Work and Family: Todays Realities and Tomorrows Visions, Boston
1996 The Health of Mexican Children and Families in Houston and Mxico. Invited lecture,
Ethnographic Research on the Health and Well-Being of Immigrant Children and Families,
National Research Council, Board on Children, Youth, and Families in Irvine
1995 The Consequences of Migration for Maternal and Child Health. Invited lecture, International
Seminar on the Consequences of Demographic and Epidemiologic Transition in Latin America,
Mxico City, Mxico
1994 Poverty, Demographic Change and the Migration of Mexican Women. Invited lecture, Women,
Poverty, and Demographic Change, Committee on Gender and Population, International Union
for the Scientific Study of Population, Oaxaca, Mxico.
1993 Changes in the Employability of Minority Men, 1960-85. Invited lecture, Congressional
Hispanic Caucus Institute Issues Conference, Washington, DC

OTHER WRITTEN WORK


2015 The Invisibility of Todays Women Refugees. The Society Pages, Special Feature, November 3.
2014 Presidents Immigration Action Protects Families. Oped in The Tennessean, November 23.
2014 The Presidents Executive Order: What Difference Will It Make for Immigrants? The
Conversation, November 21.
2014 Nashville: Immigrants in the New It City. Background paper for Americas Society/Council
of the Americas Nashville Roundtable Meeting.
2014 Gender, Migration and Politics. American Association of Political Science Migration and
Citizenship Newsletter 1(3): 19-23.
2012 Keeping the Survey Would Boost Employment. The Tennessean, July 17.
2008 Understanding the Economic Consequences of Mexican Immigration to the United States: Much
Katharine M. Donato
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Done But More To Do. Work and Occupations 35:189-95.

2009 Tennessee, Do a Better Job of Providing Early Intervention for All Special-Needs Kids. The
Tennessean, April 28.
2008 True Face of Immigration is More Complex than Portrayed. The Tennessean, March 7.
2006 The Changing Face of the Gulf Coast: Immigration to Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. In
Migration Information Source, published by the Migration Policy Institute, January (see
http://www.migrationinformation.org/Feature/display.cfm?id=368) (with Shirin Hakimzadeh)
2005 In Katrinas Wake, Who Will Return? The Brookings Institution, Web Exclusive, September
27 (with Audrey Singer)
2005 Review Americas Newcomers and the Dynamics of Diversity in Urban Studies 42:11
(October): 2004-05.
2003 Review Beyond Smoke and Mirrors: Mexican Immigration in an Era of Economic Integration in
International Migration Review 37(3): 893-95.
1996 Review Internal Migration of Women in Developing Countries in Population Research and
Policy Review 14: 137-39.
1993 Review Handbook on International Migration in Contemporary Sociology 22(2): 221-22.
1990 Review American Aliya: Portrait of an Innovative Migration Movement in American Journal of
Sociology 96(3): 796-97.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Donato, Katharine M. and Diana Orces
2016 Gender, Immigration, and the Double Disadvantage in Labor Market Outcomes in Latin
America. To be presented at the VIII Congreso Latinoamericano de Estudios de Trabajo, at the
University of Buenos Aires, August.
Donato, Katharine M., Amanda Carrico, Blake Sisk, and Bhumika Piya
2016 Social Capital, Environmental Conditions, and Out-migration from Bangladesh. Presented at
the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M., Amanda Carrico, Blake Sisk, and Bhumika Piya
2016 Different but The Same: How Legal Status affects International Migration from
Bangladesh. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M., Anna Jacobs, and Brittany Hearne
2015 The Immigrant Double Disadvantage? Black Labor Force Participation and Employment in
the United States. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America.
Donato, Katharine M.
2014 Migrant Adolescent Girls: What We Dont Know, What We Need to Know, and How We
Can Do Better. Panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M. and Bhumika Piya
2014 Gender, Immigration, and Labor Market Activity in New Global Contexts by the 21st
Century. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M., Amanda Carrico, and Bhumika Piya
2014 Economic Development and International Migration in South Asia. Presented at the annual
meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Samantha Perez
2014 Mexican Childrens Family Migration Arrangements. Presented at the annual meeting of the
American Sociological Association
Piya, Bhumika and Katharine M. Donato
2013 Navigating the Gendered Terrain: Variation in International Migrant Populations. Presented
at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M. and Blake Sisk
Katharine M. Donato
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2012 Children on the Move: Prospects for Mxico-U.S. Migration. Presented at the annual
meeting of the Population Association of America
Sisk, Blake and Katharine M. Donato
2012 Weathering the Storm? Employment Transitions of Low-Skill Foreign-Born Mexican and
U.S. Born White Men, 2003-2011. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America.
Alexander, Trent, Katharine M. Donato and Donna Gabaccia
2008 Gender Ratios in Global Migrations: 1850-2005. Presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America
Sana, Mariano, Katharine M. Donato, and Laurie Chancey
2008 Trends in Skilled Migration to the United States. Presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America
Wakabayashi, Chizuko and Katharine M. Donato
2007 Health Consequences of Immigration in Womens Later Life. Presented at the annual
meeting of the American Sociological Association
Marschall, Melissa, Paru Shah, and Katharine M. Donato
2006 Schools and Parental Involvement Policy: Macro-Level Analysis of Immigrant Gateway
Districts. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association
Donato, Katharine M., Douglas S. Massey, and Brandon Wagner
2006 The Chilling Effect: Public Service Usage by Mexican Migrants to the United States.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M. and Audrey Singer
2006 The Changing Face of Immigration in the Gulf States. Presented at the annual meeting of
the Southern Sociological Society
Donato, Katharine M., Chizuko Wakabayashi, and Amada Armenta
2004 Gender, U.S. Immigration Policy, and the Employment Conditions of Mexican Migrants.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M. and Shirin Hakimzadeh
2004 Migration and Infant Mortality: Evidence from Mxico and Peru. Presented at the annual
meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M., Chizuko Wakabayashi, Amada Armenta, and Shirin Hakimzadeh
2003 U.S. Immigration Policy Effects on the Wages of Latino Immigrants: Differences between
Men and Women. Presented at the Conference on Migration and Development, University of
Zacatecas, Mxico
Donato, Katharine M., Charles Tolbert, Yukio Kawano, and Alfred Nucci
2003 Intergenerational Earnings Differences among Persons of Mexican Origin. Presented at the
annual meeting of the Southern Demographic Association
Donato, Katharine M., Michael O. Emerson, and Chizuko Wakabayashi
2003 Religion and Migration Effects on Adolescent Health: Race and Ethnic Differences in Risk
Behaviors. Presented at the 2003 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M., Charles Tolbert, Alfred Nucci, and Yukio Kawano
2003 Changing Places, Changing Faces: What do Internal Census Data Tell Us About Immigrant
Settlement in Nonmetropolitan U.S. Areas? Presented at annual meeting of Rural Sociological
Society

Donato, Katharine M., Melissa Stainback, Caitlin Clare Rosenthal, and Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni
2003 Is Migration Healthy for Boys and Girls? Sex Differences in Child Health. Presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Fussell, Elizabeth and Katharine M. Donato
Katharine M. Donato
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2003 Charting the Age of Immigrant Populations in U.S. Urban Areas: 1990-2000. Presented at
the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M.
2003 Sex Differences in the Impact of U.S. Immigration Policy on Undocumented Border
Crossing. Presented at the annual meeting of the Latin American Studies Association
Donato, Katharine M., Melissa Stainback, and Carl Bankston III
2002 The Economic Incorporation of Mexican Immigrants in Southern Louisiana: A Tale of Two
Cities. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M., Melissa Stainback, and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni
2002 Immigrant Adaptation and Mexican Health: The Effects of U.S. Duration. Presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine and Evelyn Patterson
2002 Changes in the Cat and Mouse Game at the Border: New Patterns and Trends. Presented at
the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M., Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni, and Rebecca Carter
2001 Fertility Preferences and Contraceptive Use: How Migration Affects the Choices of Mexican
Women. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M., Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni, and Melissa Stainback
2001 Silent No More: Considering Mens Impact on Mexican Womens Fertility Decisions.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Kanaiaupuni, Shawn M. and Katharine M. Donato
2001 Social Network Structure and Social Support Activation: The Effects of Mxico-U.S.
Migration. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M., Charles Tolbert, and Alfred Nucci
2000 Changing Places, Changing Faces: Contextual Analyses of the Foreign Born 1990-2000.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Demographic Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni
2000 Re-examining the Epidemiological Paradox: A Binational Study of Non-migrants, Returned
Migrants and Current U.S. Immigrants from Mxico. Presented at the annual meeting of the
American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni
2000 Is Flexible Employment Family Friendly? Evidence from the 1990s. Presented at the annual
meeting of the Population Association of America
Kanaiaupuni, Shawn M. and Katharine M. Donato
2000 Networks that Count: Health of Mexican Families in the United States. Presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Stainback, Melissa and Katharine M. Donato
1999 Flexible Forms of Employment in the 1990s: Do they Mediate the Dilemmas of Working
Families? Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Lee, Marlene, Katharine M. Donato, and Chizuko Wakabayashi
1999 Immigrant Status and Elderly Living Arrangements. Presented at the annual meeting of the
American Sociological Association

Donato, Katharine M., Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni, and Rebecca Carter


1999 Contraceptive Use and Fertility among Women in Mxico: Effects of U.S.-Mxico
Migration. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Thompson-Coln, Theresa, Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni, and Katharine M. Donato
1999 Social Networks, Social Support and Health among Mexican Immigrant Households.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni
Katharine M. Donato
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1998 Food Assistance and the Legal Status of Mexican Migrants. Presented at the USDA Small
Grants Seminar, sponsored by the Institute for Research on Poverty
Donato, Katharine M., Dawn T. Robinson, and Carl Bankston, III
1998 Being from South Texas: Mexican Immigrants in Louisiana. Presented at the annual
meeting of the Latin American Studies Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni
1998 The Effects of Migration on Fertility in Mxico. Presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America
Stainback, Melissa and Katharine M. Donato
1998 Race and Ethnicity of Home Laborers in the United States: 1991-1997. Poster presented at
the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia and Katharine M. Donato
1997 "Migration and the Reproductive Health of Mexican Women." Presented at the annual meeting
of the Population Association of America
Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia and Katharine M. Donato
1996 Migradollars and Mortality: The Effects of Migration on Infant Survival in Mxico.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M.
1994 NAFTA and Mexican Migration to the United States. Presented at the annual meeting of the
International Studies Association
Singer, Audrey, Katharine M. Donato, and Douglas S. Massey
1994 The Social Process of Border Crossing: Mexican Migration to the United States. Presented
at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M.
1993 U.S. Policy and Mexican Migration to the United States, 1942_92. Presented at a conference
on binational Mxico-U.S. migration sponsored by the Mexican Studies Program at the University of
Chicago
Donato, Katharine M. and Shawn Kanaiaupuni
1993 Migration, Marriage and the Labor Force Activity of Mexican Women and Men. Presented
at the annual meeting of the Southern Demographic Association
Donato, Katharine M. and DeAnn Gauthier
1993 Minority Poverty: Differences between Working and Nonworking Poor Families. Presented
at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Douglas S. Massey
1993 Legal Status and Social Service Use: Mexican Migrants to the United States. Presented at
the annual meeting of the Population Association of America
Donato, Katharine M.
1992 Immigration Policy in the 1990s: Transnational Processes. Presented at the annual meeting
of the Latin American Studies Association

Donato, Katharine M.
1992 Current Trends and Patterns in Female Migration: Evidence from Mxico. Presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association
Donato, Katharine M.
1992 Recent Trends in Mexican Migration to the United States. Presented at the annual meeting
of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M., Kristin Neuman, and Shawn Kanaiaupuni
1992 Occupational Mobility of Migrants: Opportunities in Mxico and the United States.
Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Douglas S. Massey
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1991 Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act on the Wages of Mexican Migrants.
Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Demographic Association
Donato, Katharine M., Jorge Durand, and Douglas S. Massey
1991 Stemming the Tide? Deterrent Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine, Joan M. Morris, Mary Gautier, and Wayne Villemez
1991 Job Mobility: Employers, Employees, and the Promotional Opportunities of Jobs. Presented
at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M.
1990 Immigrants and Their Sponsors: A New Look at the Demand for U.S. Migrants. Presented
at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M.
1990 Recent Trends in U.S. Immigration. Presented at the annual meeting of the Population
Association of America
Tienda, Marta, Hector Cordero-Guzmn, and Katharine M. Donato
1990 Queues and Consequences: Labor Force Participation of Minority Men and Women.
Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M.
1989 Why So Many Women? Cross National Variation in the Sex Composition of U.S.
Immigrants. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M.
1988 Crossing International Borders: Female Immigration from the Philippines. Presented at the
annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
Donato, Katharine M. and Andrea Tyree
1986 Understanding the Sex Composition of Immigrants to the United States. Presented at the annual
meeting of the American Sociological Association

TEACHING
Courses Taught
2014-15 Humanities 161: Immigrant Journeys; Sociology of Climate Change; Green Jobs Seminar;
International Migration (graduate seminar)
2014 Methods of Sociological Inquiry (graduate seminar)
2010-13 International Migration (graduate seminar), Contemporary Mexican Society
2011 Foundations of Medicine Health & Society
2008-09 Sociological Methods and Survey Research Methods (graduate seminars)
2006-07 Population & Society, Contemporary Mexican Society, U.S. Immigration
2000-06 Social Statistics, Demography, Contemporary Mexican Society, Immigration and Public Health
1998-99 Honors Introductory Sociology
1994-98 Gender, Race and Ethnic Inequality (graduate seminar)
1989-93 Population, Statistics, Gender and Work, Introduction to Sociology
1985-88 Gender and Work, Sociology of Work, Introduction to Sociology

STUDENT COMMITTEES
Ph.D. Students at Vanderbilt University
AY 2015-16 Chairing committees for Samantha Perez and Bhumika Piya, VU Department of Sociology
AY 2015-16 Committee member for Maria Cecilia Hwang, Brown University
2016 Committee member for Kyle Romero, VU Department of History
2015 Ebony Duncan, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Washington University (Chair)
2015 Daniela Torre, SRI International, Menlo Park CA (Member)
2015 Kim Caarls, Lecturer, Maastricht University (Member)
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2014 Blake Sisk, Research Analyst, dunnhumby Chicago (Chair)


2013 Diana Maria Orces, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Oakland University (Member)
2009 Haihong Wang, Research Associate, Cygnus Applied Research (Member)
2008 Emily Tanner-Smith, Research Associate, Peabody Institute, Vanderbilt University (Member)
M.A. Students from Vanderbilt
2010 Ebony Duncan (Chair)
2013 Leslie Rodriguez (Chair)
2013 Bhumika Piya (Chair)
2013 Samantha Perez (Chair)
2014 Chelsea Morgan Williams (Chair)
2011 Alyson Nunez (Chair)
Undergraduate Students Supervised for Research at Vanderbilt
2015-16 Liyun Wang
2014-15 Nicole Chanin (Honors)
2012-13 Matthew Farina (Honors)

Undergraduate Students Supervised for Research at Rice University


Amada Armenta, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
Shirin Hakimzadeh, Associate, Litigation Department, Davis Polk Law, NY
Erin Hamilton, Associate Professor of Sociology, UC-Davis
Evelyn Patterson, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Vanderbilt University
Brandon Wagner, Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University

Ph.D. Students at Louisiana State University


2000 Rebecca Carter/Powers, Associate Professor, Sociology, East Carolina University (Chair)
2000 Michelle Livermore, Associate Professor, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Member)
2000 Melissa Stainback (Chair)
1996 Yanyi K. Djamba, Professor, Auburn University at Montgomery (Member)
1995 Mary L. Gautier, Senior Research Associate, Center for Applied Research, Georgetown (Member)
1995 Carl Bankston III, Professor, Sociology, Tulane University (Member)
M.A.Students at Louisiana State University
1996 Rebecca Carter/Powers, Associate Professor, Sociology, East Carolina University (Chair)
1996 Pamela R. Bennett, Associate Professor, Queens College and CUNY Graduate Center (Chair)
1996 Melissa Stainback (Chair)
1995 Dana Haynie, Professor, The Ohio State University (Chair)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Sociological Association (ASA)
Population Association of America (PAA)
International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP)
Social Science and History Association (SSHA)
Southern Sociological Society (SSS)