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Sarah Blue

sarah blue

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Geography, University of California, Los Angeles, 2004
Office:  ELA 332
Phone: 512.245.2536
Vita      HP2504 information
Research Interests:  Latin America, Population, Migration


Chapters in Books: (refereed)

Blue, Sarah A. 2015. Using Immigrant Interviews in Teaching Latin American Geography, in Estaville, Lawrence, Edris Montalvo and Fenda Akiwumi, eds. Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century. National Council on Geographic Education.

Blue, Sarah A. 2005. From Exiles to Transnationals?: Changing State Policy and the Emergence of Cuban Transnationalism, in Fernández, Damián. ed. Cuban Transnationalism, Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.

Refereed Journal Articles:

Blue, Sarah A., Alisa Hartsell, Rebecca M. Torres, Paul Flynn. The Uneven Geography of Asylum and Humanitarian Relief: Central American Migrant Youth in the United States Judicial System, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, submitted 2017, under review.

Thompson, Amy, Rebecca Torres, Kate Swanson, Sarah A. Blue, Óscar Misael Hernández Hernández. Accepted 2016. Re-Conceptualising Agency in Migrant Children from Central America and Mexico, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, in press.

Blue, Sarah A. and Monica Zappa. 2016. Twenty Years after the Storm: Hurricane Vulnerability in Bluefields, Nicaragua, The Southwestern Geographer, 19: 28-40.

Holmes, Melissa and Sarah A. Blue. 2013. Chinatown, Ethnoburb, or Invisiburb?: Changing Settlement Patterns Of Chinese Migrants To Texas, Papers in Applied Geography, 36: 467-477.

Blue, Sarah A. 2013. Internationalism’s Remittances: The Impact of Temporary Migration on Cuban Society, International Journal of Cuban Studies, 5(1): 41-60.

Courses Taught:

Geographic Analysis
Advanced Geographic Research Design
Qualitative Research Methods
International Migration
World Geography
Geography of Latin America
Population Geography
Gender and Development
Field Studies: Cuba Study Abroad