Shannon. 2012. Conflicting Commitments: The Politics of Enforcing Immigrant Worker Rights in San Jose and Houston. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Park, John SW and Shannon Gleeson. (Eds.). 2014. The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants. University of California Center for New Racial Studies. New York: Routledge.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Shannon. (Forthcoming 2014). "Means to An End: An Assessment of the Status-blind Approach to
Protecting Undocumented Worker Rights" Sociological Perspectives.
Graauw, Els, Shannon Gleeson, and Irene Bloemraad. 2013.
“Funding Immigrant Organizations: Suburban Free Riding and Local
Civic Presence" American Journal of Sociology. Vol. 119:1. (75-130).
Shannon. 2013. “Shifting Agendas, Evolving
Coalitions: Immigrant Worker Rights in Houston” WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor & Society. Vol. 16:2 (207-226).
Shannon. 2012. “Leveraging Health Capital at the Workplace: An
Examination of Health Reporting Behavior among Latino Immigrant
Restaurant Workers in the United States” Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 75:12 (2291-2298).
Shannon and Irene Bloemraad. 2012. “Assessing the Scope of Immigrant
Organizations: Official Undercounts and Actual Underrepresentation” Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Vol. 42:2 (344-368).
Shannon, and Roberto G. Gonzales. 2012. “When Do Papers
Matter? An Institutional Analysis of Undocumented Life in the United States.” International
Migration, Vol. 50:4 (1-19).
Shannon. 2010. “Labor Rights for All? The Role of Undocumented Immigrant Status
for Worker Claims-Making” Law &
Social Inquiry, Vol. 35:3 (561-602).
Shannon. 2010. “Re-Conceptualizing
the Economic Integration of Immigrants: A Comparison of the Mexican and
Vietnamese.” Latino Studies, Vol. 8:1
Shannon. 2009. “From Rights to Claims: The Role of Civil Society in Making
Rights Real for Vulnerable Workers.” Law & Society Review. Vol. 43:3 (669-700).
and Shannon Gleeson. 2006. “International Migration in Macro-Stratification
Perspective: Bringing Power Back In.” Berkeley
Journal of Sociology. Vol. 50: Power (120-146).
Gleeson, Shannon. (Forthcoming, 2014). “Activism and Advocacy” in Lois Lorentzen (ed.), Hidden Lives and Human Rights in the United States: Understanding the Controversies and Tragedies of Undocumented Immigration. Praeger.
Shannon. 2014. “Navigating Occupational Health Rights:
The Function of Illegality, Language, and Class Inequality in
Workers’ Compensation.” in John SW Park and Shannon Gleeson. (eds.) The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants. University of California Center for New Racial Studies. New York: Routledge.
Shannon. 2013. “Unauthorized
Immigration to the United States,” p.1539-1552 in Immigrants in America: Arrivals, Adaptation and Integration. Edited by Elliott Barkan, Santa Barbara:
Irene and Shannon Gleeson. 2012. “Making the Case for Organizational
Presence: Civic Inclusion, Access to Resources, And Formal Community
Organizations” in Remaking Urban
Citizenship: Organizations, Institutions, and the Right to the City. Edited
by Michael Peter Smith and Michael McQuarrie. Comparative Urban and Community Research, Volume 10. New Brunswick:
Shannon. 2008. “Organizing for Latino Immigrant Rights in Two U.S. Cities: The
Case of San Jose and Houston,” p. 107-133 in Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community
Organizations and Political Engagement. Edited by S. Karthick Ramakrishnan
and Irene Bloemraad. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.
Gleeson, Shannon. 2013. “Review of McKay, Sonia,
Eugenia Markova, and Anna Paraskevopoulou 2001. Undocumented Workers' Transitions: Legal Status, Migration, and Work in
Europe. (New York: Routledge, 2011)”
Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Shannon. 2012. “Review of: Sarathy, Brinda. Pineros:
Latino Labour and the Changing Face of Forestry in the Pacific
Northwest. (Vancouver, Toronto: UBC Press, 2012)” Human Ecology. 40:5 (807-809).
Shannon. 2012. “Review of: Apostolidis, Paul. Breaks in the Chain: What Immigrant Workers Can Teach America about Democracy (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2010)" Contemporary Sociology 41:1 (61-63).
Shannon. 2011. “Review
of: Norris, Jim. North for the Harvest:
Mexican Workers, Growers, and the Sugar Beet Industry (St. Paul: Minnesota
Historical Society, 2009)” Journal of
American Ethnic History. 30:4 (103-105).
Shannon. 2009. “Review of: Telles, Edward E. and Vilma Ortiz. Generations of Exclusion: Mexican Americans,
Assimilation, and Race (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2008)” City and Community. 8:2 (197-199).
Shannon. 2008, “Review of: Jiménez, Francisco, Alma M. García, and Richard A. Garcia. Ethnic Community
Builders: Mexican Americans in Search of Justice and Power, The Struggle for
Citizenship Rights in San José, California (Lanham: AltaMira Press, 2007)” Contemporary Sociology 37:5 (472-473).
de Graauw, Els, Shannon Gleeson, and Irene Bloemraad. 2013.
"Helping the Growing Ranks of Poor Immigrants Living in America's
Suburbs." Scholars Strategy Network Key Findings.
Shannon. 2013. "Undocumented Workers" in Sociology of Work,
edited by Vicki Smith. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Reference.
Abrego, Leisy and Shannon Gleeson. 2013. “Immigration Policies Hurt
Immigrant Families More Than They Help” Working Paper in Immigration
Reform: A System for the 21st Century, edited by Tony Payan and Erika
de la Garza, Rice University Baker Institute's Latin America Initiative Immigration Research Project.
Shannon. 2011. “Day Laborers”,
“Worker Centers”, “Immigrants and Unions, in Anti-Immigration in the United
States: A Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Kathleen Arnold. Santa
Shannon Gleeson, and Sandra Figueroa. 2004. “Moving Beyond the Client Role:
Helping Human Service Organizations Identify Program Participant’s Assets.”
Social Insight 8: 34-36.
Selected Works in Progress
Gleeson, Shannon. Navigating the Bureaucracy, Searching for Justice: The Promise and Failure of Workplace Protections in the United States (book manuscript in progress)
Gleeson, Shannon.“ 'They Come Here to Work' : An Evaluation of the Economic Argument in Favor of Immigrant Rights" (journal article under review)
Gleeson, Shannon. "Brokering Immigrant Worker Rights: An Examination of Local Immigration Control, Administrative Capacity, and Civil Society" (journal article under review)
Gleeson, Shannon. "At-Will Workers
Seeking Justice, Defunded Labor Standards Enforcement, and the Many Faces of
Employer Retaliation" (journal article in
preparation for WorkingUSA special
issue, edited by M. Anne Visser and Héctor Cordero-Guzmán)
Gleeson, Shannon. “Between Support and Shame: The Impacts
of Workplace Violations for Immigrant Families” (invited book chapter in
preparation for Research in the Sociology
of Work: Immigration and Work, edited by Jody Agius Vallejo)
Bada, Xóchitl and Shannon Gleeson (equal
authorship). “Transnational Labor Advocacy: Civil Society and Consular Reponses
to the Rights of Mexican Immigrant Workers” (journal article in preparation)
Bloemraad, Irene and Shannon Gleeson (equal authorship).
“Civic Stratification and Immigrant Integration: Organizational Inequalities in Silicon Valley” (journal
article in preparation)
de Graauw and Shannon Gleeson (equal authorship). “Context,
Coalitions, and Organizing: Labor Rights Advocacy in San Francisco and Houston”
(book chapter in preparation for The City
Is the Factory: Social Movements in the Age of Neoliberal Urbanism, edited
by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis)