Publications

Publications by Type

  • Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
    1. McDaniel, Paul N., and Ulrike Ingram. 2023. "Integrating ArcGIS Online and Digital Story Mapping for Active Learning in Systematic Geography Courses." Journal of Geography in Higher Education
    2. Hyde, Allen, Cathy Yang Liu, Paul N. McDaniel, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Britton Holmes. 2023. “Regional Immigrant Integration and Receptivity in a Major Emerging Gateway: Atlanta’s One Region Initiative.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and the City, 4, 1: 77-110.  
    3. McDaniel, Paul N. 2022. “Teaching, Learning, and Exploring the Geography of North America with Virtual Globes and Geovisual Narratives.” Journal of Geography 121, 4: 125-140. 
    4. Day, Terence, Calvin King Lam Chung, William Doolittle, Jacqueline Housel, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2023. “Beyond COVID Chaos: What postsecondary educators learned from the online pivot.” Professional Geographer, 75, 1: 14-30.
    5. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Lina T. Tuschling, and Paul N. McDaniel. “'Why do they laugh at me?' Stereotypes and Prejudices Experienced by Immigrant Youth.” Journal of Belonging, Identity, Language, and Diversity, 6, 2: 26-40. 
    6. McDaniel, Paul N. 2021. “Twenty-First Century Migration, Integration, and Receptivity: Prospects and Pathways in Metropolitan Areas of the Southeastern United States.” Southeastern Geographer 61, 4: 381-404. 
    7. Hill, Jessica, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2021. “Immigration Status as a Health Care Barrier in the USA During COVID-19.” Journal of Migration and Health, 4. 
    8. Day, Terence, I-Chun Catherine Chang, Calvin King Lam Chung, William Doolittle, Jacqueline Housel, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2021. "The Immediate Impact of COVID-19 on Post-Secondary Teaching and Learning." Professional Geographer 73, 1: 1-13.
    9. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Jessica Hill, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2020. “A Scoping Review of Literature about Mental Health and Well-Being Among Immigrant Communities in the United States.” Health Promotion Practice 22, 2: 181-192. 
    10. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Paul N. McDaniel, and Matthew Tikhonovsky. 2020. “Human Services Providers’ Perspectives on Refugee Resettlement in the United States Before and After the 2016 Presidential Election.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 18, 4: 448-466.
    11. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Jordyne Krumroy. 2019. “From Municipal to Regional Immigrant Integration in a Major Emerging Gateway: Creating a Community to Plan a Welcoming Metro Atlanta.” Papers in Applied Geography 5, 1-2: 140-165. 
    12. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara and Paul N. McDaniel. 2019. “Community-Based Participatory Research as a Tool for Improved Understanding and Practice of Newcomer Integration.” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 23, 2: 3-19. 
    13. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Qingfang Wang. 2019. “Immigrant Integration and Receptivity Policy Formation in Welcoming Cities.” Journal of Urban Affairs 41, 8: 1142-1166.
    14. Smith-Sitton, Lara, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2019. “When Local Community Writing Initiatives Crashed into White House Public Policy: ‘Green Card Youth Voices: Stories of an Atlanta High School’.” Spark: A 4C4Equality Journal 1, 1.
    15. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Paul N. McDaniel, and Gianni Bisio. 2019. “‘FU’: One Response to the Liminal State Immigrant Youth Must Navigate.” Law & Policy 41, 1: 59-79. 
    16. McDaniel, Paul N. 2018. “Shared Humanity, City Branding, and Municipal Immigrant Integration Initiatives in the Southeastern United States.” Southeastern Geographer 58, 3: 250-281. 
    17. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Paul N. McDaniel, and Marie-Dominique Ahebee. 2018.  "Welcoming America: A Case Study of Municipal Immigrant Integration, Receptivity, and Community Practice." Journal of Community Practice 26, 3: 348-357. 
    18. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Anna Joo Kim. 2017. “Receptivity and the Welcoming Cities Movement: Advancing a Regional Immigrant Integration Policy Framework in Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia.” Papers in Applied Geography 3, 3-4: 355-379. 
    19. McDaniel, Paul N. and Heather A. Smith. 2017. “Receptivity’s Construction in Public Schools: A Component of Immigrant Integration in an Emerging Gateway.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 18, 4 (November): 1061-1081. 
    20. Harden, Susan B., Paul N. McDaniel, Heather A. Smith, Emily Zimmern, and Katie E. Brown. 2015. “Speaking of Change in Charlotte, North Carolina: How Museums Can Shape Immigrant Receptivity in a Community Navigating Rapid Cultural Change.” Museums and Social Issues 10, 2: 117-133.  
    21. Furuseth, Owen, Heather Smith, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2015. “Belonging in Charlotte: Multi-Scalar Differences in Local Immigration Politics and Policies.” Geographical Review 105, 1 (January): 1-19. 
    22. McDaniel, Paul N. and Anita I. Drever. 2009. “Ethnic Enclave or International Corridor?: Immigrant Businesses in a New South City.” Southeastern Geographer 49, 1: 3-23.
  • Edited Special Issue of Peer-Reviewed Journal in Progress
    1. Rodriguez, Darelene Xiomara and Paul N. McDaniel. (Journal Approval, Granted 2022, July). Immigrant Community Engagement: Democracy in Modern America. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. Target Publication: Fall 2024.
  • Edited Books
    1. McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, eds. 2024 (in press/forthcoming August 2024). Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield). 
  • Book Chapters
    1. McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Introduction: Twenty-First Century Immigration Geography in the United States. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).

    2. McDaniel, Paul N. and Heather A. Smith. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Charlotte, North Carolina: Multiple Scales of Receptivity in the Queen City. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).

    3. McDaniel, Paul N. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Birmingham, Alabama: Immigrant Integration, Place Branding, and Geographies of Care in the Ridge and Valley. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).

    4. McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Conclusion: Future Trajectories. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).

    5. McDaniel, Paul N., Rajit H. Das, and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. 2022. “Place-branding for immigrant and refugee integration and receptivity amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Responses of U.S. cities in the 'Welcoming America' network.” In COVID-19 and a World of Ad Hoc Geographies, edited by Stanley D. Brunn and Donna Gilbreath. Springer Publishing. 
    6. McDaniel, Paul, Susan Harden, Heather Smith, and Owen Furuseth. 2017. “Increasing Immigrant Settlement and the Challenges and Opportunities for Public Education in Charlotte, North Carolina.” In US Latinization: Education and the New Latino South. Edited by Spencer Salas and Pedro R. Portes. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. 
    7. Plaisance, Michelle, Elizabeth Morrell, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2015. “Technicolor Education in the New South: Moving Beyond Black and White.” In Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: School Desegregation and Resegregation in Charlotte. Edited by Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, Stephen Samuel Smith, and Amy Hawn Nelson. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
    8. McDaniel, Paul. 2014. "Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Their Contributions to the United States." In Immigration Options for Investors and Entrepreneurs. 3rd ed. Edited by Lincoln Stone. Washington, DC: American Immigration Lawyers Association.
  • Reviews
    1. McDaniel, Paul N. 2020. “Across This Land: A Regional Geography of the United States and Canada, Second Edition, by John C. Hudson (review).” Southeastern Geographer 60, 4: 362-365. 
    2. McDaniel, Paul N. 2020. “Book Review: Shifting Boundaries: Immigrant Youth Negotiating National, State, and Small-Town Politics.” International Migration Review 54, 1: 316-318.
  • Other Reports/White Papers
    1. Marshall, Lisa, Ronald Schumann, Shannon O’Lear, Debarchana Ghosh, Tom Crawford, Paul N. McDaniel, Sanober Mirza, Alicia Lazzarini, Wan Yu, Wei Li, Robin Lovell, Meghan Cope, and Jack Swab. 2021. American Association of Geographers 3-Year Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategic Plan. Washington, DC: American Association of Geographers.
    2. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, Lara Smith-Sitton, and Tea Rozman Clark. Final Report: Documenting Human Migrations: Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School. Submitted December 23, 2020 to National Geographic Society in fulfilment of Grant #NGS-50802E-18. 
    3. McDaniel, Paul N., and Rob Paral. 2020. A Global Welcome: Metro Chicago’s Approach to Immigrant Inclusion. Chicago, IL: The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. 92 pp. 
    4. Garefino, Allison, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, Paul N. McDaniel, Jihye Kim, and Brandon D. Lundy. 2020. White Paper: Welcoming Schools: Tools for Immigrant Families and Educators Creating a Culture of Comprehensive Health for Diverse Family and Community Environments. 2019-2020 R2 Research Success Faculty Learning Community Sponsored by Kennesaw State University’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Office of Research. Kennesaw, GA: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Kennesaw State University.
    5. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara and Paul N. McDaniel. Immigrant Integration Toolkit: Strategies for Investing in Our Communities. Kennesaw, GA: Georgia Immigration Research Network. 
    6. McDaniel, Paul. 2016. Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Welcoming Cities: Lessons from Chicago, Dayton, and Nashville. Washington, DC: American Immigration Council. 
    7. Kerr, Juliana, Paul McDaniel, and Melissa Guinan. 2014. Reimagining the Midwest: Immigration Initiatives and the Capacity of Local Leadership. Chicago, IL: The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. 
    8. McDaniel, Paul. 2014. Revitalization in the Heartland of America: Attracting Immigrant Entrepreneurs for Economic Development. Washington, DC: American Immigration Council. 
    9. McDaniel, Paul, and Guillermo Cantor. 2014. "Latinos and the Economics of Immigration." American Latino Agenda Report. Washington, DC: New America Alliance Institute. 
    10. Harden, Susan B. and Paul N. McDaniel. 2012. New Courage: The Issues Today, The Guts to Face Them – Report of Evaluation Data. Charlotte, NC: Levine Museum of the New South. 
    11. McDaniel, Paul N., Susan B. Harden, and Heather A. Smith. 2011. Courage in the City: Education Equity in the Multicultural South – Report of Evaluation Data. Charlotte, NC: Levine Museum of the New South.
    12. Harden, Susan B., Heather A. Smith, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2010. Speaking of Change: Research Evaluation Report. Charlotte, NC: Levine Museum of the New South.
  • Online Contributions for General Audience (Editorial Reviewed)
    1. Day, Terence, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2022. Choosing university or college courses? 5 questions for students to consider. The Conversation. September 7, 2022.
    2. Hill, Jessica, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Paul N. McDaniel. “Immigration Status as a Social Determinant of Health During COVID-19.” Public Health Post. Boston, MA: Boston University School of Public Health. 
    3. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Lara Smith-Sitton. 2021. “Inclusive Storytelling: Community Reaction to Immigrant Youth Experiences in Atlanta.” Atlanta Studies. Atlanta, GA: Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, Emory University. September 16, 2021.
    4. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Jessica Hill, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2020. "Immigrant Health is Public Health." Public Health Post. Boston, MA: Boston University School of Public Health. October 20, 2020.
    5. Day, Terence, I-Chun Catherine Chang, Calvin King Lam Chung, William Doolittle, Jacqueline Housel, and Paul McDaniel. 2020. "Post-Secondary Teaching and Learning in a Pandemic." In Summer Series on Questions of Geo-Ethics and Human Rights Highlighted by COVID-19 Conditions. Edited by Coline Dony and Emily Fekete. Washington, DC: American Association of Geographers. June 25, 2020.
    6. McDaniel, Paul N., and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. 2020. “Immigration Integration.” Public Health Post. Boston, MA: Boston University School of Public Health. March 12, 2020.
    7. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Anna Joo Kim. 2018. “Creating a Welcoming Metro Atlanta: A Regional Approach to Immigrant Integration.” Atlanta Studies. Atlanta, GA: Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, Emory University. April 26, 2018. 
  • Theses
    1. McDaniel, Paul N. 2013. Receptivity in a New Immigrant Gateway: Immigrant Settlement Geography, Public Education, and Immigrant Integration in Charlotte, North Carolina. Charlotte, NC: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 330 pp. 
    2. McDaniel, Paul N. 2006. An International Corridor in the Making? Immigrant-Owned Entrepreneurial Establishments in Birmingham, Alabama. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee. 159 pp. 
  • Grants
    1. McDaniel, Paul N., and Ranbir Kang. 2023. "Assessing Implications of Human and Physical Geography in Public Art Landscapes of the Atlanta BeltLine." 2023-2024 Department of Geography and Anthropology Intradepartmental Research Initiative. Department of Geography and Anthropology, Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University. 
    2. McDaniel, Paul N., and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. 2021. “Welcoming Cities: Place-Branding and Geographies of Care, Inclusion, and Belonging.” 2021-2022 RCHSS Research/Scholarship Support Grant. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University. 
    3. McDaniel, Paul N. 2021. “Teaching Urban Geography through the Lens of the Atlanta BeltLine.” 2021-2022 RCHSS Student Success Teaching Incentive Grant. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University. 
    4. Hyde, Allen (Georgia Institute of Technology), Cathy Yang Liu (Georgia State University), Paul N. McDaniel, Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, and Jordyne Krumroy (Welcoming America). 2020. “Advancing a Community-Based Participatory Research Model for Metropolitan Regional Immigrant Integration and Receptivity through the One Region Initiative.” 2020-2021 Connecting Globally While Grounded at Home grant competition. Atlanta Global Research and Education Collaborative (AGREC), Atlanta Global Studies Center, Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University.
    5. McDaniel, Paul N., and Linda A. Treiber. 2020. “Teaching the Geography and Sociology of Health through the Lens of the Atlanta-Based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.” 2020-2021 Student Success Teaching Incentive Grant. College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University. 
    6. McDaniel, Paul N. 2019. “Teaching Urban Geography through the Lens of the Atlanta BeltLine.” 2019-2020 Student Success Teaching Incentive Grant. College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University.
    7. McDaniel, Paul N., Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, Lara Smith-Sitton, and Tea Rozman Clark. 2018. “Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School.” Documenting Human Migration research grant. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society. NGS Grant #NGS-50802E-18. 
    8. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2017. “Atlanta’s Immigrant Crossroads: Civic Engagement as a Tool for Newcomer Integration.” 2017-2018 OVPR Pilot/Seed Grant. Office of the Vice President for Research, Kennesaw State University. 
    9. McDaniel, Paul N. 2017. “Local Processes of Immigrant and Refugee Receptivity and Integration in the U.S. and Europe.” 2017-2018 Faculty Summer Research Grant Program. College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kennesaw State University. 
    10. Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2016. “Atlanta’s Immigrant Crossroads: Untapped Potential or Utilized Promise for Newcomer Integration.” 2016-2017 Creative Activities and Research Experiences for Teams (CARET). Office of Undergraduate Research, Kennesaw State University.

 

Publications Chronologically by Year

2024

  • McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, eds. 2024 (forthcoming/in press). Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield). 
  • McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Introduction: Twenty-First Century Immigration Geography in the United States. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).
  • McDaniel, Paul N. and Heather A. Smith. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Charlotte, North Carolina: Multiple Scales of Receptivity in the Queen City. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).
  • McDaniel, Paul N. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Birmingham, Alabama: Immigrant Integration, Place Branding, and Geographies of Care in the Ridge and Valley. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).
  • McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. (forthcoming/in press August 2024). Conclusion: Future Trajectories. In Paul N. McDaniel and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Ed.), Integration and Receptivity in Immigrant Gateway Metro Regions in the United States. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (an Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield).

2023

2022

2021

2020

  • Rodriguez, Darlene Xiomara, Jessica Hill, and Paul N. McDaniel. 2020. "Immigrant Health is Public Health." Public Health Post. Boston: Boston University School of Public Health. October 20, 2020. 
  • McDaniel, Paul N. and Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez. 2020. "Immigration Integration." Public Health Post. Boston: Boston University School of Public Health. March 12, 2020. 

2019

2018

2017

  • McDaniel, Paul N., Susan B. Harden, Heather A. Smith, and Owen J. Furuseth. 2017. “Increasing Immigrant Settlement and the Challenges and Opportunities for Public Education in Charlotte, North Carolina.” In US Latinization: Education and the New Latino South. Edited by Spencer Salas and Pedro R. Portes. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

2016

2015

2014

  • McDaniel, Paul, and Guillermo Cantor. 2014. "Latinos and the Economics of Immigration." American Latino Agenda Report. Washington, DC: New America Alliance Institute. 

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