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Kara Cebulko

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:
Howley Hall 213


Ph.D. - Indiana University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Unauthorized Migration, Brazilian Immigration; 1.5 and Second Generation, Transitions to Adulthood, Latino/a Studies, Law and Society, Globalization and Development

Selected Publications:

Cebulko, Kara. (2014). Documented, Undocumented, and "Liminally Legal": Legal Status During the Transition to Adulthood for 1.5 generation Brazilians. The Sociological Quarterly, 55 (1), 143-167.

Cebulko, Kara. (2013). Documented, Undocumented and Something Else: The Incorporation of Children of Brazilian Immigrants. El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC..

Jackson, Pamela., Kleiner, Sibyl., Geist, Claudia ., Cebulko, Kara. (2011). Conventions of Courtship: Gender and Race Differences in the Significance of Dating Rituals. Journal of Family Issues, 32 (5), 629-652.

Recent Presentations:

Cebulko, Kara., Eastern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD, "Becoming American: Why 1.5-Generation Brazilians Will not Marry for Papers ". February, 2014.

Cebulko, Kara., Silver, Alexis., Illegality, Youth, And Belonging Symposium, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA, "Navigating Membership at the State and Federal Levels: A Comparative Two State Study of 1.5 Generation Young Adults". October, 2013.

Cebulko, Kara., Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA, "The Importance of Context: Legal Status and Post High School Transitions Among Brazilian Youth in Massachusetts; The Social Construction of Juveniles as Criminals". March, 2013.

Cebulko, Kara., Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, "How Papers Matter: Documentation Status, Ethnic Identification and Belonging among Brazilian Youth Adults". October, 2010.

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