Status of recent papers: in addition to these publicly available papers, the following papers are in progress:
Goulding, Zakamska et al., submitted to ApJ , "High redshift extremely red quasars in X-rays"
Zakamska, accepted to American Journal of Physics, "Relativistic jets: an astrophysical laboratory for the Doppler effect"
Hwang et al., submitted to MNRAS, "Winds as the origin of radio emission in z=2.5 radio-quiet extremely red quasars"
Qin et al, submitted to MNRAS, "Mira-based distance to the Galactic Center"
Alexandroff et al. submitted to MNRAS, "Spectropolarimetry of high-redshift obscured and red quasars"
Dempsey and Zakamska, submitted to MNRAS, "The size-luminosity relationship of the narrow-line regions of quasars"
Lambrides et al., submitted to MNRAS, "Warm molecular gas and dust in active galaxies"
Currently in preparation in our group:
He et al. "Morphology of AGN ionization regions in MaNGA survey"
Hall et al. "Clustered infrared background around high-redshift quasars"
Alexandroff et al. "Limits on molecular outflows from high-redshift obscured and red quasars"
Zakamska and Alexandroff "Kinematic models for spectropolarimetry of active nuclei"
And here are a couple of older non-refereed articles which may be more difficult to find online:
The Gemini Focus article by Liu and Zakamska is published, here are
the proofs of the article:
The conference proceedings on jet emission (Blandford et al.):