Language and Diversity Science


Vaid, J. (2009). Fair enough? Color and the commodification of self in Indian matrimonials. In E. Nakano (Ed.), Shades of Difference. Stanford University Press.

Vaid, J. & Meuter, R.  (2016). Not through a glass darkly: Refocusing the psycholinguistic study of bilingualism through a bivocal lens. In V. Cook & L. Wei (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Multicompetence (pp. 77-96). Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

Vaid, J. & Geraci, L. (2016). An examination of women’s professional visibility in cognitive psychology.  Feminism and Psychology, 26, 292-319.



Santos, I., Lopez*, B., & Vaid, J. (2015, March). Mas macho o mas caballero: Effects of language brokering on traditional gender roles. Student Research Week, Texas A&M University.

Stanley, C., Vaid, J., & Yennello, S. (2016, Feb.). Advancing women faculty of color by fostering a culture of mentoring: An assessment of the ADVANCE Scholar Program. Advance Center Informational Conference, Texas A&M University, February 18, 2016.

Vaid, J. (2016, April). Discussant for Panel on Surviving and thriving in the face of multiple marginalities, micro-aggressions, and macro-aggressions: Women of color in predominantly white research institutions. ADVANCE Conference on Women Faculty of Color, University of Delaware.

Bazner*, K., Cavazos*, K., Vaid, J., & Stanley, C.A. (2017, June).  The social construction of prestige: Discourse of meritocracy in descriptions of named awards in higher education associations. Poster, National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education. Fort Worth.


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