Lauren  Duquette-Rury

Lauren Duquette-Rury

Assistant Professor

Lauren Duquette-Rury

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  •  International Migration, Race, and Ethnicity, Political Sociology, Mixed Methods, Development and Globalization

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • PhD, University of Chicago, 2011

Awards and Grants

  •  University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellow, 2011-2013

Selected Publications

 Duquette-Rury, L. (2016). Migrant Transnational Participation: How Citizen Inclusion and Government Engagement Matter for Local Democratic Development in Mexico. American Sociological Review, 81(4), 771-799.

Waldinger, R., & Duquette-Rury, L. (2016). Emigrant Politics, Immigrant Engagement: Homeland Ties and Immigrant Political Identity in the United States. RSF: Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.

Duquette-Rury, L. (2014). Collective remittances and transnational coproduction: the 3× 1 program for migrants and household access to public goods in Mexico. Studies in Comparative International Development, 49(1), 112-139.

Simpser, A., Duquette-Rury, L., & Ibarra, J. F. (2016). The political economy of social spending by local government: A Study of the 3× 1 Program in Mexico. Latin American Research Review, 51(1), 62-83.

Currently Teaching

  •  Soc 3510, People on the Move, Winter 2018, 3 credits

    Soc 4200, Methods: Social Science Research, Winter 2018, 3 credits