Dina G. Okamoto is the Class of 1948 Herman B Wells Professor of Sociology at Indiana University-Bloomington. She is currently the co-editor of American Sociological Review, the flagship journal of the American Sociological Association. In her work as co-editor, she reads hundreds of submitted articles and publishes the top work in the field of sociology. Okamoto served as the Director of the Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society (CRRES) at Indiana University from 2014-2022, where she developed interdisciplinary collaborations and campus-wide initiatives to support and amplify research on race and ethnicity, and provide research opportunities for a new generation of scholars from underrepresented populations.
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Helen B. Marrow, Dina Okamoto, Melissa J. García, Muna Adem, and Linda R. Tropp. 2022. “Skin Tone and Mexicans’ Perceptions of Discrimination in New Immigrant Destinations.” Social Psychology Quarterly 85:4: 374–385.
Okamoto, Dina, Linda Tropp, Helen Marrow, and Michael Jones-Correa. 2020. “Welcoming, Trust, and Civic Engagement: Immigrant Integration in Metropolitan America.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 690(1): 61-81.
Gast, Melanie, Dina Okamoto, and Emerald Nguyen. 2020. “Making Requests: Filipino/a and Latino/a Claims-Making and Racialization.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2020.1778174.
Mora, G. Cristina and Dina Okamoto. 2020. “Postcolonialism, Racial Political Fields, and Panethnicity: A Comparison of Early ‘Asian American’ and ‘Hispanic’ Movements.”, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 6(4): 450–467.
Marrow, Helen, Linda Tropp, Meta van der Linden, Dina Okamoto, and Michael Jones-Correa. 2019. “How Does Inter-Racial Contact among the U.S.-Born Shape White and Black Receptivity toward Immigrants?” DuBois Review 16(2): 385-416.