Department of Sociology and Sexuality Studies
San Francisco State University, CA
Department of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
San José State University, CA
Department of Sociology, University of Portland, Portland, OR
Public Science Project, New York, NY
|2011-2012||Ethnic Minority Dissertation Writing Fellow, Department of Sociology
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
|2010-2011||Instructional Technology Fellow, Macaulay Honors College
City University of New York, College of Staten Island, New York City
|2010-2011||Graduate Fellow, Center for Place, Culture and Politics
City University of New York, The Graduate Center
|2009-2010||Adjunct Instructor, Department of Sociology
City University of New York, Hunter College, New York City
|2009||Research Associate, Department for Women and Development Studies University of the Philippines, Diliman|
|City University of New York,The Graduate Center||Sociology||PhD, 2012|
|City University of New York,The Graduate Center||Certificate in Women And Gender Studies||2010|
|City University of New York,The Graduate Center||Sociology||MA, 2009|
|San Francisco State University||Sociology||BA, 2006|
|San Francisco State University||Asian American Studies||BA, 2006|
Together But Apart: Transnational Families and Care Work from Afar. 2018. Urbana-Champagne: University of Illinois Press.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles
Francisco-Menchavez, Valerie, Jessa Delos Reyes, Tiffany Mendoza, Stephanie Ancheta and Katrina Liwanag. 2018. “Claiming Kapwa: Filipino Immigrants, Community Based Organizations and Community Citizenship in San Francisco” New Political Science. https://doi.org/10.1080/07393148.2018.1449407
Francisco-Menchavez, Valerie. 2018. “Save Mary Jane Veloso: Building Solidarity and Global Migrant Activism in the Filipino Labor Diaspora.” Perspective on Global Development and Technology, 17 (1-2): 202-218.
Francisco, Valerie. 2015. “Internet is Magic: Technology in Transnational Families.” Critical Sociology, 40(1): 173-190.
Francisco, Valerie and Robyn Rodriguez. 2014. “Countertopographies of Globalization: Transnational Families, Citizenship and Space as Solidarity.” Working USA 17(3): 357-372.
Viola, Michael, Valerie Francisco and Amanda Solomon. 2014. “Carlos Bulosan and a Collective Outline for Critical Filipino/Filipina Studies.”. Kritika Kultura, 23: 255-276.
Francisco, Valerie. 2016.“Migrante, Abante: Building Filipino Migrant Worker Power Leadership through Community-Based Research.” Pp. 211-229 in Migrant and Immigrant Worker Struggles in an Era of Capitalist Crisis, edited by Aziz Choudry and Mondli Hlatshwayo. London: Pluto Press.
Francisco, Valerie and Robyn Rodriguez. 2016. “Coming to America: The Business of Trafficked Workers.” Pp. 274-291 in Legislating a New America: The Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1965 and Its Contribution to American Law and Society, edited by Gabriel Chin and Rose Cuison-Villazor. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Francisco, Valerie. 2015. “Spatiality as Strategy: Transnational Migrant Worker Solidarity and the Filipino Labor Diaspora.” Pp. 157-169 in Last Call for Solidarity: Opportunities and Limits of Transnational Solidarity of Trade Unions and Social Movements (or Last Call for Solidarity: Chancen und Grenzen transnationaler Solidarität von Gewerkschaften und sozialen Bewegungen), edited by Shuwen Bian, Sarah Bormann, Martina Hartung, Jenny Junghelsüng. Hamburg, Germany: VSA Von A Bis Z Press.
Francisco, Valerie, Amanda Solomon Amorao and Robyn Rodriguez. 2014. “A Preface to ‘Typhoon Haiyan: A Critical Filipina/o Perspective.’” Center for Art and Thought: Storm, An Exhibition. http://www.centerforartandthought.org/work/project/storm-typhoon-haiyan-recovery-project?page=3
Selected Fellowships, Research Grants and Other Awards
|2018||Presidential Award for Presidential Development of Probationary Faculty for Fall of 2018, San Francisco State University
SF BUILD Mini-Grant, National Institutes on Health (NIH)
|2015||Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Course Release, San Jose State University
Distinguished Contribution to Sociological Praxis Award, Pacific Sociological Association
Women of Color Leadership Project 2015 Fellow, National Women’s Studies Association
|2014||National Finalist, Lynton Award for Scholarship Engagement, New England Resource Center for Higher Education and the Center for Engaged Democracy|
|August||“Mulit-sited Ethnography and Multidirectional Care in Transnational Families.” Paper presentation in thematic session, “Storytelling as an Act of Resistance” at the Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Social Problems. Montreal, Canada.
“A Mother that Leaves is a Mother that Loves: Temporary Labor Migration and Migrant Motherhood.” Roundtable session in the section on International Migration for Gender and Migration at the Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. Montreal, Canada.
“Researching Queenila, Care Work On the Move: Multi-Sited Ethnography and Transnational Families.” Panel presentation in the section on the Sociology of the Family for New Data and Approaches for Studying Families at the Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. Montreal, Canada.