Current research papers and projects include the following manuscripts:

Adelman, Robert M., Yulin Yang, Lesley Williams Reid, James Bachmeier, and Mike Maciag. 2021. “Using Estimates of Undocumented Immigrants to Study the Immigration–Crime Relationship.” Journal of Crime and Justice. 44(4):375-400.

Coley, J, and Robert M. Adelman. 2021. “Gentrification in the ‘City of Good Neighbors’: Race, Class, and Neighborhoods in Buffalo.” Sociological Inquiry. 91(4):824-848.

Desai, Sarah, Jessica Houston Su, and Robert M. Adelman. 2020. “Legacies of Marginalization: System Avoidance among the Adult Children of Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States.” International Migration Review. 54:707-739.

Adelman, Robert M. 2020. “Cities and Immigrants: The Local in Anti–Immigration Federal Policy.” City & Community. 19:288-294.

Adelman, Robert M., Aysegul Balta Ozgen, and Watoii Rabii. 2019. “Buffalo’s West Side Story: Migration, Gentrification, and Neighborhood Change.” City & Community 8:770–791.

Robertson, O. Nicholas, and Robert M. Adelman. 2019. “Race, Ethnicity, and the American Criminal Justice System: The Perceptions and Experiences of West Indian Men.” Race and Justice 9:434-453.

Along with Christopher Mele, I published Race, Space, and Exclusion: Segregation and Beyond in Metropolitan America in 2015 (Routledge).

I am a former book review editor of City & Community and I currently serve the journal as Senior Associate Editor. 

For more details, see my CV or Google Scholar page.