ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Caraves, J., and B. Salcedo. Forthcoming 2020. “Validation Through Documentation: Integrating Activism, Research & Scholarship to Highlight (Validate) Trans Latin@ Immigrant Lives.” In Queer Migrations 2: Illegalization, Detention and Deportation, edited by K. Chavez, E. Luibheid, and J. Salgado.
Caraves, J. 2018. “Straddling the School to Prison Pipeline as a Latina Lesbian.” Journal of LGBT Youth15, no. 1: 52–69. DOI: 10.1080/19361653.2017.1395308.
Caraves, J. 2019. “Transgressing the Boundaries of the Borderlands” Book Review of Post-Borderlandia by T. Jackie Cuevas in Transgender Studies Quarterly.
WORK UNDER REVIEW
Caraves, J. “Trans*-Formative Spirituality and Self-Preservation in the Lives of Trans* Latinxs in Los Angeles, CA.” Under review in Latino Studies
Caraves, J. “Pedagogy of a Trans Latinx Boi” Under Review in Association of Mexican American Educators Journal
WORK IN PROGRESS
Caraves, J. “Trans Ontologies: Gender Policing Trans Latinxs in Everyday Life.” In Progress to be submitted to Gender and Society
Caraves, J., and B. Salcedo. 2016. “The State of Trans Health: Trans Latin@s and their Healthcare Needs.” TransLatin@ Coalition & The California Endowment Health Report.
Together with TransLatin@ Coalition President and CEO Bamby Salcedo and I collaborated as Co-Principal Investigators to put together this timely and necessary report. The report was developed using a community-based participatory research approach to understand the needs of Trans Latinxs within housing, employment, mental health, medical health, sexual healthy and spiritual services in Southern California.
Video: Courtesy of TransLatin@ Coalition