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“Covering the Border War: How the News Media Create Race, Crime, Nation and the USA-Mexico Divide,” under contract with Lexington Books.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Kil, Sang Hea. “Reporting from the Whites of their Eyes: How Liberalism and Vertical Integration Promote Racism in the News Coverage of ‘All Lives Matter,’” under review at Communication Theory.
Kil, Sang Hea. (2014) “A Diseased Body Politic: Nativist Discourse and the Imagined Whiteness of the USA,” Cultural Studies 28 (22); 177-194.
Kil, Sang Hea. (2012). “Fearing ‘Yellow,’ Imagining ‘White’; Media Analysis of the Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation, and Culture 18(6); 1-15.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Kil, Sang Hea, Jennifer Allen, and Zoe Hammer. (2011).“The Border Action Network and Human Rights:
Community-Based Resistance Against the Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border.” Human Rights in Our Own Backyard:
Injustice and Resistance in the United States (Eds. Armaline, William T., Glasberg, D.S., and Purkayastha, B.). Philadelphia, PA:
Kil, Sang Hea. (2011). “Immigration and ‘Operations;’ the Militarization (and Medicalization) of the USA-Mexico Border,” Traversing Transnationalism: The Horizons of Literary and Cultural Studies, (Eds. Frassinelli, P.T., Frenkel, R., and Watson, D.). Amsterdam: Rodopi Press.
Kil, Sang Hea, Cecilia Menjívar, and Roxanne Lynne Doty. (2009). Securing borders: patriotism, vigilantism and the brutalization of the US American public.” Immigration, Crime and Justice, Sociology of Crime Law and Deviance, Volume 13 (Ed. Mcdonald, William F.). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Kil, Sang Hea and Cecilia Menjívar. (2006). “The ‘War on the border’: The Criminalization of Immigrants and Militarization of the US- Mexico border,” Immigration and Crime: Race, Ethnicity, and Violence (Eds. Martinez Jr., Ramiro, and Valenzuela Jr., Abel) New York: New York University Press.
Kil, Sang Hea. (2013). “Race, Nationality, and Migration,” Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, Ed. Immanuel Ness. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Work in Progress
“Reporting from the Whites of their Eyes: How Liberalism and Vertical Integration Promote Racism in the News.” Book manuscript in progress.
“Learning How to Fight: A Scholar-Activist Perspective on Cancer and Tenure, Whistleblowing, Queer Motherhood, and Disability Rights.” Book manuscript in preliminary stages.