Research & Publications
(In Press) Pathogenic Policing: Immigration Enforcement and Health in the US South. Rutgers University Press.
*indicates community-based organization co-author
Forthcoming. Life, Death, and Dialysis: Medical Repatriation and Liminal Life among Undocumented Kidney Failure Patients in the US. Political and Legal Anthropology Review. DOI: 10.1111/plar.12269
Forthcoming. When Policies of Deservingness Converge: US Immigration Enforcement, Health Reform, and Patient Dumping. Anthropology & Medicine. DOI: 10.1080/13648470.2018.1507101.
Vamos, Cheryl, Coralia Vazquez-Otero, Nolan Kline, Elizabeth Lockhart, Kristen Wells, Cathy Meade, Sara Proctor*, and Ellen Daley.
Forthcoming. Multi-level Determinants to HPV Vaccination among Hispanic Farmworker Families in Florida. Ethnicity and Health.
Daley, Ellen M., Cheryl A. Vamos, Erika Thompson, Coralia Vázquez-Otero, Stacey B. Griner, Laura Merrell, Nolan Kline, Kimberly Walker, Annelise Driscoll, John Petrila.
Forthcoming. The Role of Dental Providers in Preventing HPV-Related Diseases: A Systems Perspective. Journal of Dental Education.
Kline, Nolan, C. Vamos, E. Thompson, F. Catalanotto, J. Petrila, R. Debate, S. Griner, C. Vázquez-Otero, L. Merrell, E. Daley
2018 Are dental providers the next line of HPV-related prevention? Providers’ perceived role and needs. Papillomavirus Research 5: 104-108.
Daley, Ellen, Erika L. Thompson, Cheryl A. Vamos, Stacey B. Griner, Coralia Vázquez-Otero, Alicia Best, Nolan Kline, and Laura K. Merrell
2018 HPV-Related Knowledge Among Dentists and Dental Hygienists. Journal of Cancer Education 33(4): 901-906.
Vazquez-Otero, Coralia, Cheryl Vamos, Erika Thompson, Laura Merrell, Stacey Griner, Nolan Kline, Frank Catalanotto, Anna H. Giuliano, Ellen Daley.
2018 Assessing Dentists’ HPV-Related Health Literacy for Oropharyngeal Cancer Prevention. Journal of the American Dental Association 149(1): 9-17.
2017 Pathogenic Policy: Immigrant Policing, Fear, and Parallel Medical Systems in the U.S. South. Medical Anthropology 36 (4): 396-410.
Daley, Ellen, Cheryl Vamos, Erika Thompson, Gregory Zimet, Zeev Rosberger, Laura Merrell, and Nolan Kline.
2017 The Feminization of HPV: How Science, Politics, Economics, and Society Shaped U.S. HPV Vaccine Implementation. Papillomavirus Research 3: 142-148.
Thompson, Erika L., Ellen M. Daley, Cheryl A. Vamos, Alice M. Horowitz, Frank A. Catalanotto, Rita D. DeBate, Laura M. Merrell, Stacey Griner, Coralia Vázquez-Otero, and Nolan Kline.
2017 HPV-related oral cancer prevention: Health literacy approaches to improving communication between dental hygienists and patients. Journal of Dental Hygiene 97(4): 37-45.
Thompson, Erika L., Coralia Vázquez-Otero, Cheryl A. Vamos, Stephanie Marhefka, Nolan Kline, and Ellen M. Daley.
2017. Rethinking preconception care: A critical, women’s health perspective. Maternal and Child Health Journal 21 (5): 1147-1155.
Skvoretz, John, Karen Dyer, Ellen Daley, Rita Debate, Cheryl Vamos, Nolan Kline,and Erika Thompson.
2016 Research and Practice Communications between Oral Health Providers and Prenatal Health Providers: A Bibliometric Analysis. Maternal and Child Health 20 (8): 1607-1619.
Daley, Ellen, Virginia Dodd, Rita DeBate, Cheryl A. Vamos, Christopher Wheldon, Nolan Kline, Sarah Smith, Rasheeta Chandler, Karen Dyer, Hannah Helmy, and Annelise Driscoll.
2014 Prevention of HPV-related Oral Cancer: Assessing Dentists' Readiness. Public Health
128 (3): 231-238.
Kline, Nolan and Rachel Newcomb
2013 The Forgotten Farmworkers of Apopka, Florida: Prospects for Collaborative Research and Activism to Assist African-American Former Farmworkers. Anthropology and Humanism 38 (2): 160-176.
2013 “There’s Nowhere I Can Go to Get Help, and I have Tooth Pain Right Now:” The Oral Health Syndemic among Migrant Farmworkers in Florida. Annals of Anthropological Practice 36 (2): 387-401.
DeBate, Rita, Ellen Daley, Cheryl Vamos, Nolan Kline, Laura Marsh, and Sarah Smith
2013 Transdisciplinary Women’s Health: A Call to Action. Health Care for Women International 35 (10): 1113-1132. DOI: 10.1080/07399332.2013.840636.
Daley, Ellen, Rita DeBate, Cheryl Vamos, Laura Marsh, Nolan Kline, Judith Albino, Annelise Driscoll, Susan Muller, Ann Progulske-Fox, and Stephanie Russell
2013 Transforming Women's Oral-Systemic Health Through Discovery, Development, and Delivery. Journal of Women's Health 22 (4): 299-302.
Carrion, Iraida V., Heide Castañeda, Dinorah Martinez–Tyson, Nolan Kline
2011 Barriers Impeding Access to Primary Oral Health Care AmongFarmworker Families in Central Florida. Social Work in Health Care 50 (10): 828-844.
2010 Disparate Power and Disparate Resources: Collaboration between Faith-based and Activist Organizations for Central Florida Farmworkers. Annals of Anthropological Practice (then titled NAPA Bulletin) 33(8): 126-142.
Castañeda, Heide, Iraida V. Carrion, Nolan Kline, and Dinorah Martinez Tyson
2010 False Hope: Effects of Social Class and Health Policy on Oral Health Inequalities for Migrant Farmworker Families. Social Science and Medicine 71 (11): 2028-2037.
Castañeda, Heide, Nolan Kline, and Nathaniel Dickey
2010 Health Concerns of Migrant Backstretch Workers at Horse Racetracks. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 21(2): 489-503.
2018 “It’s Too Risky to Leave the House:”Immigrant Policing and Health-Related Mobility.In“Healthcare in Motion.” Cecilia Vindrola, Anne Pfister, and Ginger Johnson, eds. Berghahn Books.
2018 “How Will I Get My Skull Back?” The Embodied Consequences of Immigrant
Policing. In Forced Out, Fenced In: Immigration Tales from the Field. Tanya Golash-Boza, ed. Oxford University Press.
*indicates community-based organization co-author
Kline, Nolan, and Christopher Cuevas*
2018 Resisting Identity Erasure After Pulse:Intersectional LGBTQ+ Latinx Activism in Orlando, FL. Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures 2(2): 69-72.
Castañeda, Heide, Nolan Kline, Mackenzie Rapp, Nicole Demetriou, Naheed Ahmed, Isabella Chan, Theresa Crocker, Nathaniel Dickey, Patrick Dillon, Hilary Dotson, Jordana Frost, Natalie Hobbs, Emily Koby Novicki, Philip McNab, Francisco Montiel-Ishino, and Colleen Timmons.
2011 Assessing the 2010 Affordable Care Act: Perspectives of Future Health Care Professionals. Practicing Anthropology 33(4): 44-48.
2015 Militarizing Life: What Policing, Events in Ferguson, and Immigration Enforcement Say
about Regimes of Social Control. Commentary for Anthropology News 56 (5-6): 5.
2018 “Migration and Health” in the International Encyclopedia of Anthropology.
Hillary Callan, editor. Wiley.
2014 “Faith Based Organizations” in Undocumented Immigrants in the United States: An Encyclopedia of Their Experience. Anna Ochoa-O’Leary, editor. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO-Greenwood.
2017 Review of They Leave Their Kidneys in the Fields, by Sarah Bronwen Horton.
American Anthropologist 119 (2): 371-372.
2016 Review of Showdown in the Sonoran Desert, by Ananda Rose. Journal of Latin
American and Caribbean Anthropology 21 (2): 386-388.
2015 Review of Community Health Narratives: A Reader, Emily Mendenhall and Kathy
Wollner, eds. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 30 (1). DOI: 10.1111/maq.12253.
2014 Review of Collaborators Collaborating: Counterparts in Anthropological Knowledge and International Research Relations,Monica Konrad, ed. Collaborative Anthropologies 6: 454-458.
2016 “Structural Vulnerabilities and Global Migrant Crises: What Can Activist Scholars Do?” April 18, 2016..
2014 The Anthropology of “Robocop:” Finding New Audiences in Popular Media. Anthropoliteia: The Anthropology of Policing. March 4, 2014.
2014 “It’s Not Worth the Risk to Go to the Doctor:” How Immigration Legislation Impacts Undocumented Immigrants’ Health. Podcast for the University of South Florida College of Public Health.
2012 The Migrant Oral Health Syndemic: Examining Access to Oral Health Care among Central Florida Farmworkers. Podcast for the University of South Florida College of Public Health.
2011 Fighting for Fair Food in Florida. Access Denied: A Conversation on Im/migration and health. February 26, 2011.
2011 Marching for One More Penny: The Coalition of Immokalee Workers Pickets Publix Supermarkets in Tampa Bay. Access Denied: A Conversation on Im/migration and health. March 29, 2011.