Publications

Dache-Gerbino, A. & White, J. (2016). College students or criminals? A postcolonial geographic analysis of the social field of whiteness at an urban community college branch campus and suburban main campus. Community College Review.

 

Sapp, V.T., Kiyama, J. M. & Dache-Gerbino, A. (2015). Against all odds:Latinas activate agency to secure access to college. The Journal of Women in Higher Education.

 

Kiyama, J.M., Dache-Gerbino, A., & Sapp, V.T. (2015). When violence interferes with educational opportunity: Latinas’ narratives of resistance and agency. In D. M. Harris & J.M. Kiyama (Eds). The Plight of Invisibility: A Community-Based Approach to Understanding the Educational Experiences of Urban Latina/os. Peter Lang.

 

Onyenekwu, I. & Dache-Gerbino, A. (2015). Holtzclaw Case & Rape Culture on College Campuses. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. http://diverseeducation.com/article/79764/

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. & Onyenekwu, I. (2015). Is #MizzouHungerStrike a Wake-up Call to Educators?. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. http://diverseeducation.com/article/78894/

 

Kiyama, J.M., Harris, D.M., & Dache-Gerbino, A. (in press). Fighting for Respeto: Latina stories of resistance shaping educational opportunities. Teachers College Record.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (accepted). From la calle (the street) to university: An Afro-Cubana’s urban college access and choice counterstory. In L. D. Patton, R. Farmer-Hinton, I. Rivers & J. D. Lewis (Eds). Re-authoring Savage Inequalities: Counter-Narratives of Striving and Success in Urban Education.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A., Kiyama, J. M., & Sapp, V.T. (Revise and re-submit). The dangling carrot: Proprietary institutions and lack of college choice for Latina students. Review of Higher Education.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (under review). College desert and oasis: A Critical geographic college access analysis of urban decline. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A., Mwangi, C., Doud, N. & Onyenekwu, I. (Under Review). Are we still the mules of the world? Black women collegians complicating tropes of Black womanhood. Journal of Negro Education.

 

Reyes, M., Dache-Gerbino, A., Rios-Aguillar, C., Diel-Amen, R. (in progress). The‘Geography of Opportunity’ in Community Colleges: The Role of the Local Labor Market in Students’ Decisions to Persist and Succeed.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2011). Latinos and the need for higher education reform. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), La Voz, 2(2).

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2011). Being Black, Being Latina: A hybridity leading to postmodern progress. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), La Voz, 3(3).

 

Kiyama, J.M. & Harris, D.M. with Ares, N., Dache-Gerbino, A., Quinones, S., Smalls, M.M., Soler, A. & Vogt, E.M. (2010). School Experiences of Latina/o Students: A Community-Based Study of Resources, Challenges, and Successes, Part I. Rochester, NY: Ibero-American Action League.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2010, July). Galas, Gowns, Shoes and Latin@ College Access. Rochester La Voz Magazine.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2010, June). Ser Latina/o: A Basket of Unpaired Socks, Rochester La Voz Magazine.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2010, April). Don’t Take a Side, Make a Side: Progressive Latina/o  Education – Basta Ya!. Rochester La Voz Magazine.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2010, January). Civil Rights and Latinos in America,” Rochester La Voz Magazine.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2009, December). Gold Chains and Empty Pockets: The Bling  Phenomena,” Rochester La Voz Magazine.

 

Dache-Gerbino, A. (2009, November). Worse than H1N1? The State of Latina/o Education in Rochester. Rochester La Voz Magazine.