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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. (2000). Beyond a space of our own: South Asian women’s groups in the United States. Amerasia Journal, 25(3), 111-126.
Vaid, J. (2006) Joking across languages: Perspectives on humor, emotion, and bilingualism. In A. Pavlenko (Ed.), Bilingual minds: Emotional experience, expression, and representation (pp.152-182). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Menon, R. & Vaid, J. (1987, Nov.). The ideal mate: An analysis of matrimonial advertisements in the Indian immigrant press. Paper presented at annual South Asia Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Vaid, J. (1993, June). From sham marriages to innocent divorces: A study of matrimonial ads in the immigrant press. Paper presented at Association for Asian American Studies, Ithaca.
Vaid, J. & Luthra, R. (1994, April). The ABC(D)s of matrimonial advertisements: Reading between the lines. Paper presented at annual conference on Multi‑Ethnic Literature of the United States, “Contentious Intersections, Still: Race, Gender, Class, Ethnicity.” Texas A & M University.
Vaid, J. (1994, Oct.) Stigmatized or self-actualized? Gendered portrayals of divorce in Indian matrimonials. Paper presented at national South Asian Women’s Conference, “Forging New Identities in Cross-Cultural America,” Los Angeles.
Vaid, J. (2005, Dec.). Fair enough? Color and the commodification of self in Indian matrimonials. Invited address, Conference on Hierarchies of Color: Transnational Perspectives on the Social and Cultural Significance of Skin-tone Center for Race and Gender, University of California, Berkeley.