Note: The publications listed below are intended for academic and personal use only. Any production or commercial use of the publications is prohibited. 

Navarro-Cruz, G., Dávila, B., and C. Kouyoumdjian. From Teen Parent to Student Parent:

Latina Mothers’ Persistence in Higher Education. Forthcoming at the Journal of

Hispanic Higher Education.

Dávila, B., *García Pérez, G., and *T. Vargas. 2020. Building Bridges with Latina/o Parents:

Lessons from a College Access Program. Journal of Latinos and Education.

DOI: 10.1080/15348431.2020.1794874

Bensimon, E.M., Dowd, A.C., Stanton-Salazar, R., and B. Dávila. 2019.

Institutional Agents in Providing Institutional Support to Latinx Students in STEM.  The

Review of Higher Education, 42(4), 1689-1721.

Zambrana, R., Dávila, B., Espino, M., Lapeyrouse, L., Valdez, R., and D. Segura.  2017.

Mexican American Faculty in Research Universities: Can the Next Generation Beat the Odds?  Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 3(4): 458-473. 

Zambrana, R., Wingfield, A., Lapeyrouse, L., Dávila, B., Hoagland, T., and R. Valdez. 2017.

Blatant, Subtle and Insidious: URM Faculty Perceptions of Discriminatory

Practices in Predominantly White Institutions. Sociological Inquiry, 87(2): 207-232.

Dávila, B. and R. Macias. 2015. Community Cultural Wealth and Latina/o College Choice: The

Role of a College Access Program. Pp. 165-178 in Higher Education Access and Choice for Latino Students: Critical Findings and Theoretical Perspectives, edited by P. Perez and M. Ceja.  New York: Routledge.

Dávila, B. 2015. Critical Race Theory, Disability Microaggressions and Latina/o Student

Experiences in Special Education. Race Ethnicity and Education, 18(4): 443-468.

---Reprinted in Critical Race Theory in Education (2018), edited by Dixson, A.D.,

Gillborn, D., Ladson-Billings, G., Parker, L.J., Rollock, N. and P.Warmington. Oxon:

Routledge/Informa UK Limited.

Dávila, B. 2012. (Book Review), Conversations Across Our America: Talking About

Immigration and the Latinoization of the United States, by Louis G. Mendoza. Ethnic Studies Review, 35(1-2): 177-179.

Murillo, B., R. Pérez, B. Dávila, and J. Bilbrew.  2012. Beyond Community Outreach: Faculty

Engagement in Linking Willamette University and Willamette Academy, Submitted to

the Willamette University College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office.

Dávila, B. 2012.  (Book Review), The Unchosen Me: Race, Gender, and Identity among Black

Women in College, by Rachelle Winkle-Wagner.  International Journal of Qualitative

Studies in Education, 25(8): 1107-1112.

Malcom, L., Bensimon, E., and B. Dávila. 2010. (Re)Constructing Hispanic-Serving    

Institutions: Moving Beyond the Numbers toward Student Success.  Iowa State

University: Educational Policy and Practice Perspectives (EP3), No. 6.

Dávila, B. 2009.  (Book Review), Race, Schools, and Hope: African Americans and School  

Choice after Brown, by Lisa M. Stulberg.  Contemporary Sociology, 38(4): 330-331.

Dowd, A., Bensimon, E., Dávila, B. and L. Malcom. 2009. Pathways to STEM Degrees for

Latina/o Students (#0653280) Interim Report, Submitted to the National Science


Samkian, A., Dávila, B. and Valdes, R. 2008. The Elementary Directors of School Services

Study, 2007-2008, Pub. No. 2008-11. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Unified School

District, Research and Planning.

Dávila, B. 2007. (Encyclopedia Entry), Dolores Huerta, Encyclopedia of Race and Racism. 

Macmillan/Gale/Thomson Publishers.