Selected Publications

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Julio Ariza

“Cómo detener el tiempo: Abandono, tiempo y crisis en Miles de años, de Juan José Becerra.” Política Común. Michigan Publishing: University of Michigan. Volume 6 (2014). http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pc/12322227.0006.011?view=text;rgn=main

“Amor, memoria y límite en El aire de Sergio Chejfec y El pasado de Alan Pauls.” alter/nativas. Latin American Cultural Studies Journal. Ohio State University. (Forthcoming Spring 2015).

“La violencia minimalista de la literatura argentina del siglo XXI.” Las formas de la violencia, la violencia de las formas. Silvia Barei, ed. Córdoba: Editorial Universitaria, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. (Forthcoming Spring 2015).

“Sobre Los años 90, de Daniel Link.” El orden de la cultura y las formas de la metáfora. Silvia Barei, ed. Córdoba: Ferreyra/Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, 2006. 62-72.

“El mundo es tu pecera: Sobre Nadar solo y Rapado.Poéticas en el cine argentino: 1995-2005. María Paulinelli, ed. Córdoba: Comunicarte, 2005. 209-223.

“Hay que producir valor/We Have to Produce Value.” Escritores Argentinos/Argentine Writers (Bilingual Spanish/English Edition). Buenos Aires: MALBA, 2005.  51-70.

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Lisa Baldez

Defying Convention: The US, the UN, and the Treaty on Women’s Rights, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

2015 Victoria Schuck Award for Best Book on Women in Politics, American Political Science Association

2015 Award for Best book on Human Rights, American Political Science Association

Political Women and American Democracy: Critical Perspectives on Women and Politics Research, Christina Wolbrecht, Karen Beckwith and Lisa Baldez, eds. Cambridge University Press, 2008.

“Does the U.S. Constitution Need an Equal Rights Amendment?” with L Epstein and A D Martin, The Journal of Legal Studies , 35:1 (2006) 243-283.

Why Women Protest: Women’s Movements in Chile. New York: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Series in Comparative Politics.  2002.

"Quotas and Qualifications: The Impact of Gender Quota Laws on the Qualifications of Legislators in the Italian Parliament," with Ana Catalano Weeks. European Political Science Review. April 2014, pp 1 - 26 journals.cambridge.org/repo_A92hVLKf

“The Gender Lacuna in Comparative Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 8, 1 (March 2010): 199-205.

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Rebecca E. Biron

Rebecca Elizabeth Biron

Elena Garro and Mexico's Modern Dreams. Bucknell University Press, 2013

City/Art: The Urban Scene in Latin America, editor. Duke University Press, 2009.

Murder and Masculinity: Violent Fictions of 20th Century Latin America. Vanderbilt University Press, 2000

2015 “Holographic Buenos Aires: Urban Memory and New Technologies of Envisioning” Technology, Literature, and Digital Culture in Latin America: Mediatized Sensibilities in a Globalized Era. Eds. Matthew Bush and Tania Gentic. Forthcoming, Routledge

2013 “Writing Cities.” Revista hispánica moderna 66.1 (June): 89-97.

2013 “Pasajes de la (in)seguridad: circuitos del miedo en la Ciudad de México.” Utopías urbanas: Geopolíticas del deseo en América Latina. Ed.Gisela Heffes. Frankfurt/Madrid: Editorial Iberoamericana, Vervuert Verlag: 87-111.

2012 “It’s a Living: Hit Men in the Mexican Narco War.” PMLA 127.4 (October): 820-834.

2012 “El abecedario urbano: entre la semiótica y la filología en la Ciudad de México.” Revista hispánica moderna 65.2 (December): 153-164.

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Raúl Bueno

"Mediaciones transculturales: traducciones." In Lívia Reis and Eurídice Figuereido, editors. América Latina: Integração e Interlocução. Rio de Janeiro: Viveiros de Castro Editora Ltda, 2011; pp. 65-81.

"Presión urbana, procesos culturales y representación en América Latina." In Friedhelm Schmidt-Welle, Coord.: Multiculturalismo, Transculturación, Heterogeneidad, Poscolonialismo. Hacia una Crítica de la Interculturalidad. Mexico D.F.: Editorial Herder, 2011; pp. 89-107.

"En torno al procedimiento crítico de Tomás Escajadillo." In Mamani, Mauro and Jorge Ramos Rea, editors. Tomás G. Escajadillo. Aportes a la crítica y a los estudios literarios. Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Facultad de Letras y Ciencias Humanas: 2011; pp. 32-43.

"Diario personal y poéticas narrativas en Ribeyro."  In Luisa Paz Rodríguez Suárez and David Pérez Chico, Editors: El diario como forma de escritura y pensamiento en el mundo contemporáneo. Zaragoza: Institución Fernando El Católico (C.S.I.C.), Excma. Diputación de Zaragoza, Spain, 2011; pp. 153-165.

"Al lector [Introductory study to Edgar Guzmán's Obra poética completa]."Arequipa: Ed. Cascahuesos and San Agustín U. Press, Arequipa, 2010; pp. 9-28.

"Borges y la condición postmoderna: otras consideraciones." In Variaciones Borges 22, Iowa City: Ihe U. of Iowa, 2006; 239-252.

"La vecina otredad: Viajeros hispanoamericanos por el Brasil" (the neighboring otherness: Latin American travelers through Brazil. In: Amelia Royo y Elena Altuna, editors, "Literatura e imaginario político. De la colonia a nuestros días". Córdoba, Argentina: Alción, 2006; 109-124.

"Sobre la verdad y la ciudad posibles. En homenaje a Edgar Guzmán y Antonio Cornejo Polar" (On the Possible Truth and City. In hommage to E.G. and A.C.P.). Journal of Filosofía y Humanidades No. 2. Arequipa: Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, June of 2005; pp. 8-12.

"Genocidios Virtuales: Modernización y Mestizaje como Imágenes de Superación Cultural y Desarrollo Social en América Latina" In: De Diego, Fernando, Gastón Lillo, Antonio Sánchez y Borka Satler (eds): Identidad(es) del Perú en la Literatura y las Artes. Ottawa: University of Ottawa and Goldsmith College (London), 2005; pp. 15-25.

"Virtual Genocides: Modernization and Mestizaje As Images of Cultural Improvement and Social Development" In: Stephen Hart and William Rowe (Editors): Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture in Honour of James Higgins. Manchester: University of Manchester and The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (special issue) 2005; pp. 105-116.

"Tradición y continuidad de los estudios culturales en América Latina" [tradition and continuity of cultural studies in Latin America]. Coloquio. Universidad Nacional de San Agustín (UNSA), No. 5. Arequipa, Peru, October 2004; pp. 6-8.

"Para siempre vivir: los envíos a futuro de la poesía de Washington Delgado" [to live forever: messages to the future in W.D.'s poetry]. Martín No. 9 (special issue on W. Delgado). Revista de Artes y Letras (UPSMP). Lima, August 2004; pp. 81-89.

"Sobre metáforas y otros recursos del lenguaje crítico latinoamericano" [on metaphors and other symbolic resources of critical language in Latin America] In James Higgins (editor): Heterogeneidad y literature en el Perú. Lima: CELACP, 2003; pp. 49-62.

"Polarized Modernity: Latin America at the Postmodern Jucture". In Emil Volek (editor): Latin America Writes Back. An Interdisciplinary Cultural Perspective. New York/London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2002; pp. 189-201.

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John Michael Carey

Recent Articles

“Compulsory Voting and Income Inequality: Evidence for Lijphart’s Proposition from Venezuela.”  Co-authored with Yusaku Horiuchi.  Latin American Politics and Society 59(2):122-144.  May 2017. 

"Electoral formula and fragmentation in Hong Kong."  Journal of East Asian Studies:1-17.  2017. 

"Electoral system design in new democracies."  Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems.  Erik Herron, Robert Pekkanen, and Matthew Soberg Shugart, editors.  2017.

"An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal."  Co-authored with Brendan Nyhan, Benjamin Valentino, and Mingnan Liu.   Research and Politics:1-9.  July-September 2016.

 

"Malapportionment and ideological bias in Chilean electoral districts."  Latin American Politics & Society 58(3):123-133.  Fall 2016.

"Legislative accountability: Should Brazil break up its big electoral districts?"  E-Legis 9(19):72-86. April 2016.

 

Books

Legislative Voting and Accountability.  Cambridge University Press. 2009.

Term Limits in the State Legislatures.  Co-authored with Richard Niemi and Lynda Powell.  University of Michigan Press. 2000.

Executive Decree Authority.  Co-authored/edited with Matthew S. Shugart.  Cambridge University Press.  1998.

Term Limits and Legislative Representation. Cambridge University Press. 1996.

Presidents and Assemblies:  Constitutional Design and Electoral Dynamics.  Co-authored with Matthew S. Shugart.  Cambridge University Press. 1992.

 

Selected Previous Articles

“The electoral sweet spot:  Low-magnitude proportional electoral systems.”  Co-authored with Simon Hix.  American Journal of Political Science 55(2):383-397.  April 2011.

“Competing principals, political institutions, and party unity in legislative voting.”  American Journal of Political Science 51(1):92-107.  January 2007.

“Primary Elections and Candidate Strength in Latin America.”  Co-authored with John Polga-Hecimovich.  Journal of Politics 68(3):530-543.  August 2006.

“Incumbency and the Probability of Reelection in State Legislative Elections.”  Co-authored with Richard Niemi and Lynda Powell.  Journal of Politics 62(3):671-700.  September 2000.

“Parchment, Equilibria, and Institutions.”  Comparative Political Studies 33(6/7):735-761.  August 2000.

"Presidential Agenda Control and Spending Policy: Lessons from General Pinochet's Constitution."  Co-authored with Lisa Baldez.  American Journal of Political Science 43(1):29-55.  January 1999.

"Incentives to Cultivate a Personal Vote:  A Rank Ordering of Electoral Formulas."  Co-authored with Matthew S. Shugart.  Electoral Studies 14(4): 417-439.  December 1995.

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Mary K. Coffey

How a Revolutionary Art Became Official Culture: Murals, Museums, and the Mexican State (Duke University Press, 2012). Winner of College Art Association’s Charles Rufus Morey Award for a Distinguished Book in Art History in 2012.

Modern Art in Africa, Asia, and Latin America: An Introduction to Global Modernisms, ed. Elaine O'Brien, Everlyn Nicodemus, Melissa Chiu, Benjamin Genocchio, Mary K. Coffey, and Roberto Tejada (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).

"Coffey: Droning on About the Facts," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, October 3, 2013.

"'All Mexico on a Wall': Diego Rivera's Murals at the Ministry of Public Education," in Mexican Muralism, A Critical History, ed. Alejandro Anreus, Leonard Folgarait, Robin Adele Greeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012).

"An 'AMERICAN Idea': Myth, Indigeneity, and Violence in the Work of Orozco and Pollock," in Men of Fire: José Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Habover, NH: University Press of New England, 2012), 21-36.

"The 'Hovey Mural' and the 'Greening' of Orozco's Epic of American Civilization" in Walter Beach Humphrey's 'Hovey Mural' at Dartmouth College: A Cultural History, ed. Brian P. Kennedy and Katherine Hart (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2011),  79-106.

"Banking on Folk Art: Banamex-Citigroup and Transnational Cultural Citizenship," Bulletin of Latin American Research 29, no. 3 (July 2010): 296-312.

"A Mural Imperative," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, November 11, 2010.

“’I’m Not the Fourth Great One’: Rufino Tamayo and Mexican Muralism,” in Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted, D. du Pont (ed.), (2007) 247-267.

“‘We Other Romantics’: Wenda Gu, Dartmouth, and the Investment in Art’s Transcendence,” Dartmouth Free Press, 8.4 (2007).

“Toward an Industrial Golden Age? Orozco’s The Epic of American Civilization,” in Orozco at Dartmouth: The Epic of American Civilization (2007), 12-15.

“Of Bodies and Embodiment: Fred Wilson’s So Much Trouble in the World, Believe it or Not!,” in So Much Trouble in the World-Believe it or Not!, B Thompson (ed.), (2006) 44-57.

“The American Adonis: A Natural History of the Average American Man, 1921-1932,” in Popular Eugenics: American Mass Culture in the 1930s, ed. Sue Currell and Christina Cogdell (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2006).

“Angels and Prostitutes: José Clemente Orozco's Catharsis and the Politics of Female Allegory in 1930s Mexico,” CR: The New Centennial Review 4, no. 2 (2004): 1-33. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/new_centennial_review/v004/4.2coffey.html

Co-authored with Jeremy Packer, “Hogging the Road: Cultural Governance and the Citizen Cyclist,” Cultural Studies 18, no. 5 (July 2004): 641-674. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a738563333~db=all~order=page

"Histories that Haunt: A Conversation with Ann Hamilton," Art Journal 60, no. 3 (Fall 2001): 10-23.

Podcast on the Orozco mural http://hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu/collections/overview/americas/mesoamerica/murals/tour.html

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Carlos Cortez Minchillo

Erico Verissimo, Escritor do Mundo: Circulação Literária, Cosmopolitismo e Relações Interamericanas. São Paulo: Edusp, 2015. ISBN 13: 978-85-314-1556-2. (Nominated for the Jabuti Prize, Brazil, 2016)

"A Culpa é dos Direitos Humanos – O Brasil na Ficção de André Sant'Anna," Revista Iberoamericana. Special issue on Brazilian literature and the military regime (1964-85). (Forthcoming).

"Conquering a Territory, Occupying the Stage: Notes on Black Theater and Activism in Brazil."​ Theatre and Cartographies of Power: Repositioning the Latina/o Americas.  Analola Santana and Jimmy Noriega (Editors). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. ISBN: 978-0809336319. (Forthcoming)

"Lanterna de Luz Mórbida - Erico Verissimo e os Problemas Raciais nos Estados Unidos," Revista USP,  112 (2017): 29-38. ISSN: 2316-9036

"Poesia ao Vivo: Algumas Implicações Políticas e Estéticas da Cena Literária nas Quebradas de São Paulo," Estudos de Literatura Brasileira Contemporânea, 49 (2016): 127-151. ISSN 1518-0158.

"Erico Verissimo's Latin America: Neighborhood, Fraternity, Fractures," Varia Historia, 30:54 (Sep.-Dec., 2014): 705-723. ISSN 0104-8775.

"Engenharia Reversa em O Choque das Raças." Monteiro Lobato Livro a Livro - Obra adulta. Marisa Lajolo and João Luís Ceccantini (Editors). São Paulo: Unesp/Imprensa Oficial, 2014: 187-200. ISBN: 978 85 393 0467 7.

"Salto Triplo para Queda em Falso: Uma Leitura de 'Aurora sem Dia', de Machado de Assis," Machado de Assis em linha 5 (June, 2010): 95-110. ISSN - 1983-6821.

 "História das Invenções: 'A Saga de Peludo' ou 'As Queixas de um Pioneiro'." Monteiro Lobato Livro a Livro - Obra infantil. Marisa Lajolo and João Luís Ceccantini (Editors). São Paulo: Unesp/Imprensa Oficial, 2008: 305-321.

Literatura em Rede: Tradição e Ruptura no Ciberespaço. (M.A. Thesis) Unicamp, 2001. 

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Vanessa Díaz

2017. 2017 Hollywood Diversity Report: Setting the Record Straight. Fourth annual report. UCLA Bunche Center for African American Studies. Co-author. 

2016. Donald Trump: People Magazine Reports Sexual Assault Accusation, Then Fawns Over President Elect. International Business Times. November 28, 2016.

2016. Why commencement speaker’s Spanish words should not have drawn controversy. Inside Higher Ed. June 22, 2016. Co-author. 

2015. “Brad & Angelina: And Now…Brangelina!”: A Sociocultural Analysis of Blended Celebrity Couple Names. Chapter in the anthology First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship, and Cultural Politics. Neil Ewin and Shelley Cobb, eds. Bloomsbury Academic Press.  

2015. At the Margins of Celebrity Culture: Criminalizing the Latina/o Paparazzi of Los Angeles. Anthropology News, 56 (11-12), 31-32.

2014. Latinos at the Margins of Celebrity Culture: Informal Image Sales and the Politics of Paparazzi. Chapter in the anthology Contemporary Latina/o Media: Production, Circulation, Politics. Arlene Dávila and Yeidy Rivero, eds. NYU Press.

2012. “De Puerto Rico a Nueva York, De Puerto Rico a California”: A Micro-History of Puerto Rican Activism and Pan-Ethnic Alliance in Southern California. Published in the Latino(a) Research Review (Fall 2012 special issue: The Legacies of Puerto Rican Social, Cultural, and Political Activism in the United States). 

2010. ¿Qué es el ‘Spoken Word’? (What is Spoken Word?). Published in Movimiento: La Revista Cubana de Hip Hop, 2010 (9): 32-4.

2006. Cuban HipHop: Desde el Principio (From the Beginning). Feature length documentary film. Independent. Director, writer, producer.

2002. Cuban HipHop: A Contemporary Example of Transculturation. Short documentary film. Independent. Director, writer, producer.

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Sebastian Diaz-Duhalde

Book: La Última Guerra. Cultura Visual de la Guerra contra Paraguay. Buenos Aires, Barcelona: Sans Soleil Ediciones. AAV-CEISS (Área de Antropología Visual, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Centro de Estudios de la Imagen Sans Soleil), 2015.

"Interrupted Visions of History. Nineteenth-Century Political Art and Political Art History in Contemporary Paraguay." Federico Pous, Alejandro Quin, Marcelino Viera, Eds. Authoritarianism, Cultural History, and Political Resistance in Latin America. Exposing Paraguay. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 125-148.

"The Visual and the Visceral. Bodily Communities and Visual Communities in Martín Céspedes’ El estómago de la cultura (2012). Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1080/13569325.2017.1316709

"Prensa y espectáculo. El periodismo paraguayo ante la Triple Alianza (1867-1868)". Article in Dossier of 19th Century Illustrated Newspapers in Latin America. Hispamerica. No135. Diciembre, 2016.

“Cámara bélica: escritura e imágenes fotográficas en las crónicas del Coronel Palleja durante la Guerra contra el Paraguay”. Entre el humo y la niebla. Guerra y cultura en América Latina. Felipe Martínez-Pinzón and Javier Uriarte, eds. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2016. 55-76.

"Estados de Exclusión: Guerra, excepcionalidad y derecho internacional en la obra de Juan Bautista Alberdi". A Contracorriente. Journal of Social History and Literature in Latin America. Vol. 13 No.1, 2015: 216-238 http://acontracorriente.chass.ncsu.edu/index.php/acontracorriente/article/view/1358

“Estudios iconológicos en la prensa ilustrada del siglo XIX. El Álbum de la Guerra del Paraguay  y la visualidad de lo 'igualmente visible'”. Journal of Music, Visual, and Performing Arts. Cuadernos de Música, Artes Visuales y Artes Escénicas. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Vol 9, No2, 2015: 127-146. Dossier de Estudios Visuales. http://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/cma/article/view/8491

"El globo aerostático y la máquina de mirar. Cultura visual y guerra en el siglo XIX paraguayo". Decimononica. Journal of Nineteenth Century Hispanic Cultural Productions: Vol 11.2. Summer, 2014: 34-51. http://www.decimononica.org/diaz-duhalde-11-2-2/

"Cultura Visual y Cultura Material. Circulación y consumo de objetos fotográficos durante la Guerra contra el Paraguay (1864-1870)" en FAHCE. Argentina en el escenario latinoamericano actual: debates desde las ciencias sociales. La Plata: UNLP, Diciembre 2012. ISSN 2250-846. http://www.memoria.fahce.unlp.edu.ar/trab_eventos/ev.1832/ev.1832.pdf

"The Battlefields of Disagreement and Reconciliation. 21st Century Documentary Images on the War against Paraguay (1864-1870)," Dissidences: Vol. 4: Iss. 8, 2012. http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1035&context=dissidences

"Fotografías en el fin del mundo. El archivo visual frente a la Guerra contra el Paraguay." Book Chapter accepted for publication for the volume Encuentro La Guerra Grande a la Luz de las Políticas Públicas, Asunción 2016.

"Imagen y Materia decimonónica en el archivo contemporáneo latinoamericano. Dos Colecciones de Objetos Fotográficos." Book chapter accepted for the volume Objeto Visual. Archivo, visualidades y políticas de la mirada. Editor, Javier Guerrero.

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Rodolfo A. Franconi

"O olhar oblíquo: uma categoria cultural. Conceituação e exemplos." In Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. Ns. 63-64. Lima-Hanover, 1st-2nd Semesters, 2006, 105-115.

"Literaturas latino-americanas nas instituições e revistas acadêmicas anglo-americanas." In Revista Brasileira de Literatura Comparada. N. 7 (2005) - Porto Alegre: Abralic, 2005 -v., 131-147.

“Being Brazilian in the States: Between Fiction and Reality.” In “Luso-Brazilian Literaure in the U.S.” Hispania. Volume 88.4 (2005), 726-732.

With Nakamura, C. & Lajoie, S. P. “The multimedia effect in electronic bilingual dictionaries: The effects of graphic representations on vocabulary acquisition of a foreign language.” In Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2003: “World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.” Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. (Norfolk, VA. 2005), 4319-4322.

“La carta de Pêro Vaz de Caminha al Rey Don Manuel.” In “El proyecto colonial y sus retóricas,” Sección monográfica: Viajes y Viajeros Coloniales por las Américas. Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. No. 60, 2nd semester (2004), 27-42.

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Desiree Garcia

Desiree J. Garcia

The Migration of Musical Film: From Ethnic Margins to American Mainstream (Rutgers University Press, 2014). https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/the-migration-of-musical-film/9780813568645

“Toil Behind the Footlights: The Spectacle of Female Suffering and the Rise of Musical Comedy” (forthcoming, Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies).

“Ramona in the City: The Pastoral Ideal in Modern Los Angeles” in María Elena de las Carreras, Colin Gunckel, Jan-Christopher Horak and Paulina Suarez-Hesketh, eds. Recuerdos de un cine en español: Classic Latin American Film in Los Angeles (forthcoming, UCLA Film and Television Archive and Rutgers University Press).

“There’s No Place Like Home: The Hollywood Folk Musical” in Cynthia Lucia, Roy Grundmann, and Art Simon, eds., The Wiley-Blackwell History of American Film, 4 vols. (Walden, Mass: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), 318-338.

“The Soul of a People: Mexican Spectatorship and the Transnational Comedia Ranchera.” The Journal of American Ethnic History 30.1 (2010), 72-98.

“Subversive Sounds: Ethnic Spectatorship and Boston’s Nickelodeon Theatres, 1907-1914.” Film History: An International Journal 19.3 (2007), 213-227.

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Christina Gomez

Mixed: Multiracial College Students Tell Their Life Stories, edited book with Andrew Garrod and Robert Kilkenny, Cornell University Press, December 2013.

Mi Voz, Mi Vida: Successful Latino College Students Tell Their Stories, edited book with Andrew Garrod and Robert Kilkenny, Cornell University Press, May 2007.

“Out for Immigration Justice: Thinking through Social and Political Change,” with D. Diaz-Strong, M. Luna-Duarte, E. Meiners in Youth Resistance Research and Theories of Change edited by Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang, Routledge Press, Fall 2013.

“Too close to the work/There is nothing right now,” with E. Meiners, M. Luna-Duarte, and D. Diaz-Strong, in Humanizing Research: Decolonizing Research with Youth and Communities edited by Django Paris and Maisha T. Winn, Sage Publications, Spring 2013.

“Telling Our Stories, Naming Ourselves: The Lost María in the Academy,” in Transforming the Ivory Tower, edited by Brett Stockdill and Mary Yu Danico, University of Hawaii Press, 2012.

“Undocumented Latino Youth: Strategies for Accessing Higher Education,” with D. Diaz-Strong, M. Luna-Duarte, E. Meiners in Understanding the Disenfranchisement of Latino Men and Boys: Invisible No More, edited by Pedro Noguera, Aida Hurtado and Edward Fergus, Routledge Press, Fall 2011.

“Purged: Undocumented Students, Financial Aid Policies, and Access to Higher Education,” with D. Diaz-Strong, M. Luna-Duarte, E. Meiners, Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, April 2011:vol. 10, issue 2, 107 - 119.

“Undocumented youth and community colleges,” with D. Diaz-Strong, M. Luna-Duarte, E. Meiners, L.Valentin, Academe Magazine, May – June 2010, volume 96, number 3.

 “Organizing tensions: From the prison to the military industrial complex?,” with D. Diaz-Strong, M. Luna-Duarte, E. Meiners, L.Valentin, Social Justice, 2009/2010; vol. 36, 2: 73 – 84.

“We are not like them”: Social Distancing and Realignment in the U.S. Latino Racial Hierarchy,” in 21st Century Color Lines: Exploring the Frontiers of Americas Multicultural Present and Future, edited by Grant-Thomas, Andrew and Gary Orfield, Temple University Press, 2008.

"Brown outs: The Role of Skin Color and Latinas,” in Racism in 21st Century: An Empirical Analysis of Skin Color, edited by Ron Hall, Springer Press, 2008.

“Assimilation vs. Multiculturalism: Bilingual Education and the Latino Challenge,” with Julia Burdick-Will, Journal of Latinos and Education, July 2006, vol. 5, no. 3.

“American Girl misses the point,” Chicago Tribune, Commentary, February 3, 2005.

"Ethnic Relations, Class, and Latino Political Participation,” Journal of Latino and Latin American Studies, Spring 2004, vol. 1 (2), p.19-32.

“The Continual Significance of Skin Color: An Exploratory Study of Latinos in the Northeast,”Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, February 2000, vol. 22, no.1, p. 94-103.

"Choosing Hispanic Identity: Ethnic Identity Switching among Respondents in High School and Beyond,” with Karl Eschbach, Social Science Quarterly, March 1998, vol.79, no. 1, p. 74-90.

 

Douglas J. Moody

Douglas J. Moody

Former editor of Latino Intersections, on-line academic journal published by Dartmouth College (2002 - 2006)

“Undergoing a Process and Achieving a Product:  A Contradiction in Educational Drama?” In Gerd Bräuer, Ed. Body and Language: Intercultural Learning Through Drama, (Summer 2002)

“Tutoring the ESL Foreign Student Athlete:  Some Issues and Methodologies” In Herb Simons, Ed. A Handbook for ED 98: Studying Language and Society (Fall 1999)

“Act Two:  The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre, But You Have to Download It First” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter  Vol. 15, No. 1 (Fall 1999)

“The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre:  Rehearsing and Staging the First Act” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 1999)

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Deborah L. Nichols

Deborah L. Nichols

Nichols, Deborah L. and Enrique Rodríguez-Alegría, eds. 2017. Oxford Handbook of the Aztecs. Oxford University Press, New York

Nichols, Deborah L. Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smith, eds. 2017. Rethinking the Aztec Economy. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Nichols, Deborah L. 2017  Farm to Market in the Aztec Empire. In Rethinking the Aztec Economy, edited by Deborah L. Nichols, Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smit, pp. 19–43. University of Arizona Press, Tucson

Hirth, Kenneth G., Michael E. Smith, Frances F. Berdan, and Deborah L. Nichols. 2017  Objects, Economy, and Empire: Scale, Integration, and Change. In Rethinking the Aztec Economy, edited by Deborah L. Nichols, Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smith, pp. 278–292. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Berdan, Frances F., Kenneth G. Hirth, Deborah L. Nichols, and Michael E. Smith. 2017  Aztec Economy and Empire Through the Lens of Objects. In Rethinking the Aztec Economy, edited by Deborah L. Nichols, Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smith, pp. 3–18. University of Arizona Press, Tucson 

Nichols, Deborah L. 2016. Teotihuacan. Journal of Archaeological Research. 24:1–74.

Nichols, Deborah L. 2016. Rethinking “Huitzilopochtil’s Conquest:” Elizabeth M. Burmfiel, Social Theory, and the Aztecs of Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica 27: 153–162.

Nichols, Deborah L. 2015. Intensive Agriculture and the Development of Early Complex Societies in the Basin of Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica 26: 407–421

Nichols, Deborah L. Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smith, eds. 2017. Rethinking the Aztec Economy. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Stoner, Wes, Deborah L. Nichols, Bridget Alex, and Destiny L. Crider. 2015. The Emergence of Early-Middle Formative Exchange Patters in Mexico: A View from Altica in the Teotihuacan Valley. Journal of Anthropogical Archaeology 39:19–35.

Evans, Susan T. and Deborah L. Nichols. 2015. Civil Engineering and Ceremonial Space at Teotihuacan, Mexico.  In Human Adaptation in Ancient Mesoamerica: Empirical Approaches to Mesoamerican Archaeology, edited by Nancy Gonlin and Kirk D. French, pp. 25–52. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

Nichols, Deborah L., Hector Neff, and George L. Cowgill. 2013. Cerro Portezuelo: State Formation and Hinterlands in the Prehispanic Basin of Mexico.  Ancient Mesoamerica 24:47-71.

Nichols, Deborah L., and Christopher A. Pool, editors. 2012. Oxford Handbook of Mesoamerican Archaeology.  Oxford University Press, New York.

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Israel Reyes

Israel Reyes

Book: Humor and the Eccentric Text in Puerto Rican Literature.  Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005.

"Barrio, Body, Beat: Tato Laviera and the Holistic Rhythm of Mestizaje." The AmeRican Poet: Essays on the Work of Tato Laviera.  Eds. Stephanie Alvarez and William Luis. New York: Center for Puerto Rican Studies, 2014. 184-96.

“La frontera que embizca: Las caricaturas políticas de Lalo Alcaraz”  Revista Iberoamericana. 57.234 (2011): 195-211. 

“Migration and Ethnic Humor in Ana Lydia Vega’s ‘Pollito Chicken.’”  Invited book chapter for Cross Currents: Building Bridges across American and Nigerian Studies.  Ed. Judith Byfield.  Ibadan, Nigeria: BookBuilders, 2009. 15-31.

“Transnational Bodies, Queer Borders: The Challenge of Latin American and Latino/a Sexual Identities,” Latin American Studies Association Forum , 37:3 (Summer 2006) 18-20.

"Recuerdos «parciales» y el closet de la literatura: Ficción y autobiografía de Judith Ortiz Cofer. La Revista Iberoamericana. Eds. Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez and Frances Aparicio. 71.212 (2005): 847-64.

“Comedy and Humor.” Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Eds. Deena J. González and Susanne Oboler. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2005).

“De-facing Cuba: Translating and Transfiguring Cristina García’s The Agüero Sisters.” Voice-Overs: Translation and Latin American Literature. Eds. Daniel Balderston and Marcy Schwartz. Albany: SUNY (2002) 224-34.

“La sabiduría de la mujer en la obra de Nemesio Canales.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. 26.54 (2001): 111-28.

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Analola Santana

Book: Teatro y Cultura de Masas: Encuentros y Debates. México: Escenología, 2010.

“Theatre and Mass Culture: Pedagogical Tools for Stimulating Critical Thinking.” Latin American Theatre Review 50.1 (Fall 2016): 191-204.

“Circuits of Invisibility: Performance, Violence, and Sexuality” Lateral, Journal of the Cultural Studies Association. (5.2, Fall 2016).

“Desesperanza en el porvenir: Reflexiones sobre la puesta en escena de Amores de Cantina de Juan Radrigán.” Chasqui: Revista de literatura latinoamericana 45.2 (November 2016): 150-166.

With Claudio Valdés Kuri. “Between Pen and Sweat: An Account of an Experience between a Director and a Dramaturg” Theatre Topics 26.1 (March 2016): 131-40.

“Teatro Latino en los Estados Unidos: La estética teatral de Migdalia Cruz.” Cuadernos de Literatura 37 (January-June 2015).

“Vida del proyecto.” Monstruos y prodigios. La historia de los castrati: Recuento de un proyecto teatral inclasificable. Ed. Leonel Sagahón. México: CONACULTA (2014). 45-57.

“Una apuesta por el teatro.” Revista Paso de Gato 10.51 (2012): 86-88.

“Transgresiones femeninas o cómo Jesusa Rodríguez encontró el cuerpo de Sor Juana.”  Revista Letras Femeninas 38.1 (2012): 55-69.

“Una máquina teatral: Forma e identidad en el teatro de Migdalia Cruz.” Latin America Theatre Review 43.1 (2009): 103-120. 

“Una cuestión de gustos: hacia una crítica teatral de la ética del consumo en Misa en Los Pinos de Jesusa Rodríguez.”  KARPA: Dissident Theatricalities, Visual Arts, and Culture.  (January 2009).  Online: <http://www.calstatela.edu/misc/karpa/Karpa2.1/Site%20Folder/index.html>.

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Alexander Sotelo Eastman

The Critical Surf Studies Reader. Durham: Duke University Press, forthcoming. Edited with Dexter Zavalza Hough-Snee.

“Breaches in the Public Sphere: Racialized Terms of Inclusion in a Text of Transition, Francisco Calcagno’s Aponte.Bulletin of Spanish Studies (February 2016) 1-18.

“Binding Consumption: Cuba’s Early Black Press and the Struggle for Legitimacy, 1879-1886.” Siglo diecinueve (literatura hispánica) 21 (2015): 29-46.

“Between Racism and Patriotism in fin de siècle Cuba: Ricardo Batrell’s Creative Resistance.” Afro-Hispanic Review 32.1 (Spring 2013): 15-30. 

John Mamoru Watanabe

John M. Watanabe

Maya Saints and Souls in a Changing World. Austin: University of Texas Press [now out in Spanish with a new preface as "Los que estamos aqui": comunidad e identidad entre los mayas de Santiago Chimaltenango, Huehuetenango, 1937-1990. Eddy H. Gaytan, tr. Serie monografica, no. 15. South Woodstock, VT and La Antigua Guatemala: Plumsock Mesoamerican Studies and Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamerica, 2006].   (1992)

Pluralizing Ethnography: Comparison and Representation in Maya Cultures, Histories, and Identities. School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series. Austin: School of American Research Press (edited with E F Fischer).  (2004)

Racing to the Top: Descent Ideologies and Why Ladinos in Guatemala Never Meant to be Mestizos. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 11.  (2016)

Ritual Economy and the Negotiation of Autarky and Interdependence in a Ritual Mode of Production. In Mesoamerican Ritual Economy: Archaeological and Ethnological Perspectives. E. Christian Wells and Karla L. Davis-Salazar (eds.), pp. 301–322.  Boulder: University of Colorado Press.  (2007)

“Cooperation, Commitment, and Communication in the Evolution of Human Sociality,” in The Evolution and Nature or Sociality among Human and Nonhuman Primates , R W Sussman (ed.), pp. 288-309.  New York: Aldine de Grutyer (with B B Smuts).  (2004)

“Some Models in a Muddle: Lineage and House in Classic Maya Social Organization,” Ancient Mesoamerica , 15 (1): 91-98.  (2004)

With All the Means that Prudence Would Suggest: "Procedural Culture" and the Writing of Cultural Histories of Power about 19th-Century Mesoamerica. Journal of Latin American Anthropology 6 (2): 134-174.  (2001)

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Richard A. Wright

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis & Matthew Townley (2016): The Matching of STEM Degree Holders with STEM Occupations in Large Metropolitan Labor Markets in the United States, Economic Geography, DOI: 10.1080/00130095.2016.1220803

Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, & Matthew Townley (2016) “State-scale Immigration Enforcement and Latino Interstate Migration in the United States,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2015.1135725.

Natasha Rivers, Richard Wright and Mark Ellis (2015) “The Great Recession and the Migration Redistribution of Blacks and Whites in the US South,” Growth and Change, DOI: 10.1111/grow.12107.

Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, Kristy Copeland, and Matt Townley (2014) “The migration response to the Legal Arizona Workers Act” Political Geography, 42, 46-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2014.06.001.

Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, and Matt Townley (2014) “The Allure of New Immigrant Destinations and the Great Recession in the United States,” International Migration Review, 48, 1, 3-33. DOI: 10.1111/imre.12058.

Eva Janská, Zdenek Čermák and Richard Wright (2014) “New Immigrant Destinations in a New Immigrant Country: Settlement Patterns of Non-natives in the Czech Republic” Population, Space, and Place. DOI: 10.1002/psp.1824.

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, and Steven Holloway (2014) “Neighbourhood racial diversity and White residential segregation in the United States,” Christopher D. Lloyd, Ian G. Shuttleworth, David Wong, (eds.) Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes. Polity Press. Pp. 111-134.

Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, and Matt Townley (2013) “ ‘New Destinations’ and immigrant poverty,” Stephen Raphael and David Card, (eds.) Immigration, Poverty, and Socioeconomic Inequality in the United States. Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 135-165.

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway (2013) “Gender and the neighborhood location of mixed-race couples,” Demography, 50, 2, 393-420. DOI 10.1007/s13524-012-0158-0.

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway, and Sandy Wong '11 (2013) “Patterns of Racial Segregation and Diversity in the United States: 1990-2010,” The Professional Geographer, 66, 2, 173-182. DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2012.735924, .

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