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. Forthcoming.

Coley, J, and Robert M. Adelman. 2021. “Gentrification in the ‘City of Good Neighbors’: Race, Class, and Neighborhoods in Buffalo.” Sociological Inquiry. Forthcoming.

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.