Powers, Jillian. (advanced contract). Traveling to Belong: Boundary Making and the Experience of Homeland Tourism. New York: New York University Press.
Powers, Jillian (revise and resubmit). “Spiritual but not Religious; Crafting Jewish Identities through Embodied Educational Encounters.” Contemporary Jewry (invited submission)
Powers, Jillian (forthcoming). “Transnational Encounters: Constructing Diasporic Bonds on Homeland Tours to China and Ghana,” in The Poetics of Travel. Edited by Garth Lean, Russel Staiff and Emma Wateron. Berghahn Books.
Powers, Jillian (forthcoming). “The Baggage of Tourism: Collecting Memories and Navigating Kinship on Diaspora Homeland Tours,” in Tourism and Memories of Home. Edited by Sabine Marschall. Channel View Publications Ltd. (invited submission).
Powers, Jillian. 2011. “Chasing China: Adoption Tourism, Images of China and the Negotiation of Asian American Identity.” Chinese America: History and Perspectives—the Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (invited submission).
Powers, Jillian. 2011. “Re-Imagining the Imagined Community: Homeland Tourism and the Role of Place.” The American Behavioral Scientist 55(10).
WORKS IN PROGRESS
The Precariat and the Professor: A Collection of Contingent Voices in Higher Education, with Emily Van Duyne.