Book in progress: Pretentious Cities: How Progressive Cities Re-Create Racial Inequities

Martin, Nina. 2020. “Savior Entrepreneurs and Demon Developers: The Role of Gourmet Restaurants and Bars in the Redevelopment of Durham.” In: A Recipe for Gentrification: Food, Power, and Resistance in the City. Edited by Alison Hope Alkon, Yuki Kato, and Joshua Sbicca. New York City: New York University Press.

Martin, Nina. 2018. “Gourmet Restaurants/Foods.” In: Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition. Edited by George Ritzer and Chris Rojek. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell.

Martin, Nina. 2017. “Why Local Regulations May Matter Less Than We Think: Street Vending in Chicago and in Durham, North Carolina.” In: Food Trucks, Cultural Identity and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobsta Love. Edited by Julian Agyeman, Hannah Sobel, and Caitlin Matthews. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Joassart-Marcelli, Pascale and Nina Martin. 2015. “Migrant Civil Society: Shaping Community and Citizenship in a Time of Neoliberal Reforms.” In: Routledge Handbook on Poverty in the United States. Edited by Stephen Nathan Haymes, María Vidal de Haymes, and Reuben Jonathan Miller. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Martin, Nina. 2014. “Food Fight!: Immigrant Street Vendors, Gourmet Food Trucks, and the Differential Valuation of Creative Producers in Chicago.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38(5): 1867-83.

Crawford, David and Nina Martin. 2014. “The Transnational Project and its Implications for Migrant Civil Society in Bangladesh.” Mobilities 9(2): 294-313.

Martin, Nina. 2014. “Spaces of Hidden Labor: Migrant Women and Work in Nonprofit Organizations.” Gender, Place and Culture 21(1-2): 17-34.

Martin, Nina. 2012. ” ‘There is Abuse Everywhere’: Migrant Nonprofit Organizations and the Problem of Precarious Work.” Urban Affairs Review48(3): 389-416.

Martin, Nina. 2011. “Toward a New Countermovement: A Framework for Interpreting the Contradictory Interventions of Migrant Civil Society Organizations in Urban Labor Markets.” Environment and Planning A 43(12): 2934-2952.

Martin, Nina. 2010. “The Crisis of Social Reproduction among Migrant Workers: Interrogating the Role of Migrant Civil Society.” Antipode 42(1): 127-151.

DeFilippis, James, Nina Martin, Annette Bernhardt, and Siobhan McGrath. 2009. “On the Character and Organization of Unregulated Work in the Cities of the United States.” Urban Geography 30(1): 63-90.

Cordero-Guzmán, Héctor, Nina Martin, Victoria Quiroz-Becerra, and Nik Theodore. 2008. “Voting With Their Feet: Nonprofit Organizations and Immigrant Mobilization.” American Behavioral Scientist 52(4): 598-617.

Theodore, Nik, and Nina Martin. 2007. “Migrant Civil Society: New Voices in the Struggle Over Community Development.” Journal of Urban Affairs29(3): 269-287.

Martin, Nina, Sandra Morales, and Nik Theodore. 2007. “Migrant Worker Centers: Contending with Downgrading in the Low-Wage Labor Market.”GeoJournal 68: 155-165.

Theodore, Nik, Nina Martin, and Ryan Hollon. 2006. “Securing the City: Emerging Markets in the Private Provision of Security Services in Chicago.” Social Justice 33(3): 85-100.