top of page
Estrada Headshot_2.png

Emir Estrada, PhD


Associate Professor, Arizona State University

Areas of Expertise: Immigrant Children, Teens, and Families | Immigration and Migration | Sociocultural Anthropology

Emir Estrada earned her doctorate and master's in sociology from the University of Southern California (USC) in 2012. She received her bachelor's in sociology with a minor in Chicano/a Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and she is also a proud Long Beach City College (LBCC) alumni. Estrada is a qualitative immigration scholar interested in the migration an incorporation aspect of immigrants from Latin America. Her research interests in immigration and gender are influenced in great part by her own immigration experience. She is currently investigating three lines of research that share a common theme centered on Latina/o families and decision making processes.


Recent Publications_10.png

Soy de aquí, soy de allá: DACAmented homecomings and implications for identity and belonging

Recent Publications_11.png

Latinx Millennials: Enduring Issues and New Challenges

Recent Publications_12.png

Kids at Work: Latinx Families Selling Food on the Streets of Los Angeles

bottom of page