PUBLICATIONS & MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
Dias, Felipe A. 2014. “Racial Articulation and Labor in 19th Century Brazil,” Comparative Sociology 13(4): 445-481.
Dias, Felipe A. “How Skin Color, Class Status, and Gender Shape Labor Market Outcomes in Brazil: A Field Experiment” (Draft Available)
Winner: Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Section on Race, Gender, & Class (2017)
Dias, Felipe A. “Feminine Aesthetics, Skin Color, and a “Mulatta Escape Hatch” Hypothesis” (Draft Available)
Dias, Felipe A. “Racial Isolation and Homicide Rates.” (Draft Available)
Dias, Felipe A. The Sources of Racial Inequality in Brazil [Book manuscript].
Dias, Felipe A. 2007. “Understanding Political Socialization of Mixed-Status Families.” Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies. Spring Issue.
Dias, Felipe A. 2005. “Gender Differences in Career Aspirations.” Summer Research Opportunity Program, University of California at Berkeley (1): 1-37.