Immigration, Racialization and Suburbanization in the U.S.
GES 1990 Intro to Human Geography
GES 4460 Field Studies: Silverton, Colorado
GES 4620 Race, Ethnicity and Place
GES 4730/5730 Population Geography
GES 4740 American Demographics
GES 4780 Global Migration
Awards and Honors:
Census Bureau Award, 2010
Honoraria for various presentations
Faculty Service Award 2007
Emily Skop.Forthcoming. The Immigration and Settlement of Asian Indians in Phoenix, Arizona 1965-2011: Ethnic Pride vs. Racial Discrimination in the Suburbs. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.
Wei Li and Emily Skop. 2010. Diaspora in the United States: Chinese and Indians Compared. Journal of Chinese Overseas 6(4): 286-310.
Sarah Zell and Emily Skop. 2010. Social Networks and Migrant Flows from Brazil. Population, Space, and Place 16(4): 615-633.
Emily Skop and Paul C. Adams. 2009. Creating and Inhabiting Virtual Places: Indian Immigrants in Cyberspace. National Identities 11(2): 127-147.
Emily Skop. 2009. Austin: A City Divided. Book Chapter in The African Diaspora in the United States and Canada at the Dawn of the 21st century, edited by John Frazier, Joe T. Darden and Norah F. Henry. New York: Academic Publishing, 109-122.
Paul C. Adams and Emily Skop. 2008. The Gendering of Asian Indian Transnationalism on the Internet.Journal of Cultural Geography 25(2):115-136.
Skop, Emily and Tara Buentello. 2008. Austin: The New 21st Century Immigrant Metropolis. Book Chapter in Immigrant Gateway Cities, edited by Audrey Singer, Caroline Brettell, and Susan Hardwick. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institute. 255-278.
Li, Wei and Emily Skop. 2007. Enclaves, Ethnoburbs, and New Patterns of Settlement among Asian Immigrants. Book Chapter in Contemporary Asian America: A Multidisciplinary Reader, Second Edition, edited by Min Zhou and James V. Gatewood. New York: New York University Press, 222-239.
Brian Gratton, Myron P Gutmann and Emily Skop. 2007. Immigrants, their Children, and Theories of Assimilation: Family Structure in the United States, 1880 to 1970. History of the Family 12(3): 203-222.