PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Tsuchiya, Kazumi, Olivia Toles, Christopher Levesque, Kimberly Horner, Eric Ryu, Linus Chan, Jack DeWaard. 2021. “Perceived structural vulnerabilities among detained noncitizen immigrants in Minnesota.” PLoS ONE 16(6): e0252232.
Levesque, Christopher & Jack DeWaard. 2021. “Migration and Migrants in the United States.” In Companion to the Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies. Edited by Anthony M. Orum. UK: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
Levesque, Christopher, Jack DeWaard, Linus Chan, Michele Garnett McKenzie, Kazumi Tsuchiya, Olivia Toles, & Amy Lange. May 2020. “Detained and denied: third-party observers’ perceived civic and democratic costs of detained immigration court.” Law and Society Association. Denver, CO.
Levesque, Christopher & Jack DeWaard. April 2020. “Calculating duration expectancy to describe Rust Belt migration before, during, and after the Great Recession.” Population Association of America. Washington, D.C.
Levesque, Christopher. August 2019. “Assimilation or exclusion? Refugee access to health in Germany after the migrant crisis.” American Sociological Association. Section on International Migration. New York, NY.
Levesque, Christopher. August 2019. “Screening for the ’Good Life’: Nurses’ Insights into the New Era of Refugee Health Care and Integration in Minneapolis, St. Paul.” The Society for the Study of Social Problems. New York, NY.
Levesque, Christopher. June 2019. “Comparing far-right populism and collective memory in the American and German context.” Memory Studies Association. Madrid, Spain.
Liebler, Carolyn, Christopher Levesque, & Miri Song. April 2019. “Measuring ‘Context’ when Studying Racial Identity and Family Decisions among Mixed-Heritage People in the U.S.” Population Association of America. Austin, TX.
Levesque, Christopher. August 2018. “Monuments, memory, migration: collective guilt and xenophobia of the German far-right.” American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, PA.
Tsuchiya, Kazumi, Christopher Levesque, & Jack DeWaard. “What factors influence bond decisions for immigrant detainees in immigration court? Understanding the confluence of criminal history and mental health in immigration bond hearings.” Population Association of America 2020. Washington, D.C.
Allen, Ryan, Jack DeWaard, Erika Lee, & Christopher Levesque. 2018. “The Trump administration’s proposed changes to the ‘public charge’ rule lack merit.” Op-ed in MinnPost. Published December 12, 2018