Publications

Chacko, E., Lobo, M.  and A. Tay (2016) Animating place: Exploring encounters in the diverse city. Geographical Review,

Chacko, E. (2016) Ethiopian taxicab drivers: Forming an occupational niche in the U.S. Capital. African and Black Diaspora, [Special Issue: Living Across Worlds and Oceans: Ethiopian Migrants and Diasporas in the Age of Globalization]. Published online on September 23, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/17528631.2015.1083177

Chacko, E. (2015) Hybrid sensibilities: Highly skilled Asian Indians negotiating identity in private, semi-private, and public spaces of Washington, DC. Journal of Cultural Geography. 32(1): 115-128. DOI:10.1080/08873631.2015.1004853

Kaplan, D and Chacko, E. (2015) Placing immigrant identities. Journal of Cultural Geography. 32(1): 129-138. DOI:10.1080/08873631.2015.1004852

Elizabeth Chacko and Marie Price.  2015. “Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the Washington Metropolitan Area: Opportunities and Challenges Facing Ethnic Minorities” in The Housing and Economic Experiences of Immigrants in North American Cities, edited by Carlos Teixeira and Wei Li.  University of Toronto Press pp 302-327.

Chacko, E. (2015). “Immigrants from the Muslim World: Lebanese and Iranians”. In  Contemporary Ethnic Geographies in America.  Edited by C. Airriess. Rowman and Littlefield. pp.371--390.

Marie Price.  2014 “Cities Welcoming Immigrants: Local Strategies to Attract and Retain Immigrants in U.S. Metropolitan Areas” in World Migration Report: Migrants and Cities: New Partnerships to Manage Mobility.  Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Migration
 
Chacko, E. (2013) La Fiesta DC: The ethnic festival as an act of belonging in the city. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34(4): 443-453. DOI: 10.1080/07256868.2013.821217

Chacko, E.  and R. Menon. (2013). Longings and belongings: Indian American youth identity, folk dance competitions, and the construction of ‘tradition’. Ethnic & Racial Studies 36(1): 97-116.

Chacko, E and P. Gebre. (2013). Leveraging the diaspora: lessons from Ethiopia. GeoJournal.  78(3): 495-505.

Marie Price and Elizabeth Chacko.  2012/2013 Migrants’ Inclusion in Cities: Innovative Urban Policies and Practices. Published in Spanish and English by the United Nations through UNESCO and UN-Habitat.

Chacko, E and M. Price. (2012). The Role of the Diaspora in Development: The Case of Ethiopian and Bolivian Immigrants in the USA.  Migration 5:5-19 (Tbilisi, Georgia).

Wang, L; Chacko, E and Withers, L.  (2012). ”Immigration, Health and Health Care”. Chapter 8  in Immigrants Geographies of North American Cities.  Edited by C. Texeira, W. Li and A. Kobayashi. Oxford University Press. pp. 158-178.

Chacko. E.  (2011). “Translocality in Washington, D.C. and Addis Ababa: Spaces and linkages of the Ethiopian diaspora in two capital cities”. In Translocal Geographies: Space, Places, Connections’  Edited by A. Datta and K. Brickell. Ashgate Publishers. pp. 163-178.

Chacko, E. and Cheung, I.  (2011). The formation of contemporary ethnic enclaves: ‘Little Ethiopia’ in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.  In Race, Ethnicity and Place in a Changing America. Edited by J.S. Frazier, E. Tettey-Fio and N.F. Henry.  Binghamton, New York: Global Academic Publishing. pp. 129-141.

Marie Price and Elizabeth Chacko. 2010. “Immigrants as Entrepreneurs: How U.S. Cities Promote Immigrant Entrepreneurship” in Inclusive Cities for All: Urban Policy and Practice for Immigrants, UNESCO (pp 100-114).

Marie Price and Elizabeth Chacko. 2009. “The Mixed Embeddedness of Immigrant Entrepreneurs in a New Immigrant Gateway” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 7(3): 328-346.

Marie Price.  2009. “How Global are Latin America’s World Cities: An Analysis of Immigration and Latin American Cities” Temas de Geografía Latinoamericana, Reunión CLAG-Morelia, Mexico.  pp 359-382

Chacko, E. and P. Varghese. (2009). Identity and representations of gated communities in Bangalore, India. In Open House International. 34(3): 57-64. Special issue on New meanings of home, migration, and the city: spatial forms and practices in a globalizing world.
 
Chacko, E. (2009). “Africans in Washington, D.C: Ethiopian Ethnic Institutions and Immigrant Adjustment” in The Neo-African Diaspora in the United States and Canada at the Dawn of the 21st Century.  Edited by J.W. Frazier, J. T. Darden and N. F. Henry. Global Academic Publishing. Binghamton, NY. pp.243-256.
 
Marie Price and Lisa Benton-Short. 2007 “Immigrants and World Cities: From the Hyper-diverse to the Bypassed” GeoJournal 68(2-3): 103-117. Samantha Friedman, Audrey Singer, Marie Price and Ivan Cheung. 2005. “Race, Immigrants and Residence: A New Racial Geography of Washington, DC”. Geographical Review 95(2): 210-230.
 
Chacko, E. (2008). “Washington: From bi-racial city to multiethnic gateway” in Migrants to the Metropolis: The Rise of Immigrant Gateway Cities Edited by M. Price and L. Benton-Short. Syracuse University Press, pp. 203-225.
 
Chacko, E. (2007). From brain drain to brain gain: reverse migration to Bangalore and Hyderabad, India’s globalizing high tech cities. GeoJournal 68:131-140.

Benton-Short, Lisa, Marie D. Price, and Samantha Friedman. (2005) Globalization from Below: The Ranking of Global Immigrant Cities. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 29.4, 945-959.

Price, Marie, I. Cheung, S. Friedman, and A. Singer. (2005) The World Settles In: Washington, DC, as on immigrant gateway. Urban Geography 26,1, 61-83.

Benton-Short, Lisa, Marie D. Price, and Samantha Friedman. (2004) A Global Perspective on the Connections between Immigration and World Cities. The GW Center for the Study of Globalization Occasional Paper Series 34pp.

Chacko, E. (2003). Identity and Assimilation Among Young Ethiopian Immigrants in Metropolitan Washington. The Geographical Review 93(4): 491-506.

Chacko, E (2003) Ethiopian Ethos and the Making of Ethnic Places in the Washington Metropolitan Area.  Journal of Cultural Geography 20 (2): 21-42.

Singer, S. Friedman, I. Cheung, and M. Price. “The World in a Zip Code: Greater Washington, DC as a New Region of Immigration.” The Brookings Institution, Survey Series, April 2001, 15 pp.