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  • Gonzalez-Vega, C. (2017). “Las Microfinanzas en la profundización del sistema financiero: El Case do Bolivia” El Trimestre Económico.
  • Gonzalez-Vega, C. (2016). “Financial Development and Growth Volatility: Time Series Evidence for Mexico and the United States”
  • Gonzalez-Vega, C. (2008). "Strategic Alliances for Scale and Scope Economies: Lessons from FADES in Bolivia” in Expanding the Frontier in Rural Finance.
  • Miranda, M. et al. (2015). “A Heterogeneous Agent Model of Credit-Linked Index Insurance and Farm Technology Adoption.” Journal of Development Economics 116(5):199-211.
  • Miranda, M. et al. (2012). “Index Insurance for Developing Countries.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 34(3):391–427.
  • Miranda, M.. and Gonzalez-Vega, C. (2011). “Systemic Risk, Index Insurance, and Optimal Management of Agricultural Loan Portfolios in Developing Countries.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93(2):399–406.
  • Southgate, D. et al. (2014). Top Banana: Tropical Entrepreneurs, Transnational Firms, Globalized Fruit. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Southgate, D. et al. (2011). The World Food Economy, Second Edition. New York: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Southgate, d. et al. (2010). “Economic Progress, Agricultural Development, and Environmental Conservation: The Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa,” in T. Napier (ed.), Human Dimensions of Soil and Water Conservation. Hauppauge: Nova Science Publishers.
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  • Babel, A. (2018). Language at the border of the Andes and the Amazon. University of Arizona Press.
  • Babel, A. (2016). Awareness and Control in Sociolinguistic Research, Ed. Cambridge University Press.
  • Babel, A. (2016). “Aspirates and ejectives in Quechua-influenced Spanish”, Spanish in Context.
  • Babel, A. (2016). “Silence as control: Shame and self-consciousness in sociolinguistic positioning”, Awareness and Control in Sociolinguistic Research.
  • Babel, A. (2016). “Time and reminiscence in contact: Dynamism and stasis in contact-induced change” Spanish in Context.
  • Cohen, J. (2016). “Internal migration in Oaxaca: its role and value to rural movers." International Journal of Sociology.
  • Cohen, J. (2016). “Ethnographic Inquiry in the ‘Digitized’ Fields of Madre de Dios, Peru and Oaxaca, Mexico: Methodological and Ethical Issues." Anthropological Quarterly.
  • Cohen, J. (2015). Eating Soup without a Spoon: Anthropological Theory and Method in the Real World. University of Texas Press.
  • Cohen, J. (2011). The Cultures of Migration: The Global Nature of Contemporary Mobility. University of Texas Press.
  • Crews, D. et al. (2017). "Resilience and Local Dietary Adaptation in Rural Poland, AD 1000-1400." Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 45:38-52.
  • Hubbe, M. (2017). “The Application of 3D Geometric Morphometrics and Laser Surface Scanning to Investigate the Standardization of Cranial Vault Modification in the Andes.” Journal of Archaeological Sciences: Reports.+
  • Hubbe, M. (2017). “Eating out or dining in: Modelling diverse dietary strategies in Middle Period San Pedro de Atacama, Chile.” Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences.
  • Hubbe, M. (2016). "The complexity of the First Americans' ritual behavior: Mutilation and temporal transformation among the early Holocene hunter-gatherers of Lapa do Santo, eastern Brazil.” Antiquity.
  • Kawa, N. (2016). Amazonia in the Anthropocene: People, Soils, Plants, Forests. University of Texas Press.
  • Kawa, N. (2016). “How Religion, Race, and the Weedy Agency of Plants Shape Amazonian Home Gardens.” Culture, Agriculture, Food & Environment.
  • Kawa, N. (2015). “Household Agrobiodiversity Management of Amazonian Dark Earths, Oxisols, and Floodplain Soils on the Lower Madeira River, Brazil.” Human Ecology.
  • Piperata, B. (2017). "Household food insecurity and child health.” Maternal & Child Nutrition.
  • Piperata, B. (2017). "Conditional Cash Transfers, Food Security and Health: biocultural insights for poverty-alleviation policy from the Brazilian Amazon.” Current Anthropology.
  • Piperata, B. (2016). "Food insecurity and maternal mental health in Nicaragua: potential limitations on the moderating role of social support.” Social Science & Medicine.
  • Piperata, B. (2016). “Water quality in Cameroon: Anthropologists have a place in One Health research.” Practicing Anthropology.
  • Piperata, B. (2016). “Amazonian foods: implications for human biology.” Annals of Human Biology.
  • Piperata, B. (2016). “Neighborhood diversity of potentially pathogenic bacteria in drinking water from the city of Maroua, Cameroon.” Journal of Water and Health.
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  • Borland, K. (2017). “The Columbus-Copapayo Sister-City Collection: A Service Learning/Research Model”, Practicing Anthropology.
  • Delgadillo, T. (2015). Latina Lives in Milwaukee. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
  • Delgadillo, T. (2010). Latino/a Literature and African Diaspora. In G. Jarrett (Ed.), A Companion to African American Literature (376-392). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Martinez, M. and Aja, A. (2012).“Democratic Rights and Nuyorican Identity in the U.S. Mainland Partido Socialista Puertoriqueño” Latino/a Research Review, Volume 8, Numbers 1-2.
  • Noyes, D. (2017). Sustaining Interdisciplinary Collaboration: A Guide for the Academy. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
  • Perez, A. (2016). “Re-Reading Cruelty in Silvina Ocampo’s Short Fiction”, Beyond Fantasy: New Readings of Silvina Ocampo. Ed. Patricia Klingenberg and Fernanda Zullo-Ruiz. Suffolk: Tamesis.
  • Valdez, I., Coleman, M. and Akbar, A. (2016). "Missing in Action: Practice, Paralegality, and the Nature of Immigration Enforcement". In Citizenship Studies.
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  • Aldama, F. (2017). Long Stories Cut Short: Fictions from the Borderlands. University of Arizona Press.
  • Aldama, F. (2016). The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Pop Culture. Routledge.
  • Aldama, F. (2014). The Cinema of Robert Rodríguez. University of Texas Press.
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  • Abrego, L., Coleman, M., Menjívar, C., Martínez, D. E., and Slack, J. (2017). Criminal Alienhood 20 Years after the Passage of the Illegal Immigration and Immigration Reform Act of 1996. Journal on Migration and Human Security.
  • Coleman, M. and Yusoff, K. (2017). Interview with Elizabeth Povinelli: Biopolitics, Geontology, and the Anthropocene. Theory, Culture & Society. DOI: 10.1177/0263276417689900: 1-17
  • Coleman, M. (2016). Methodology and Identity in Research on Police Practices: Reply to Shah, Williams, and Woodward (American Association of Geographers Conference Plenary Lecture 2015).
  • Coleman, M. (2016). State Power in Blue (American Association of Geographers Conference Plenary Lecture 2015). Political Geography. Vol 51 (1): 76-86.
  • Ettlinger, N. (2016). “Open innovation and its discontents.” Geoforum.
  • Ettlinger, N. (2016). “The governance of crowdsourcing: rationalities of the new exploitation.” Environment and Planning.
  • Ettlinger, N. (2015). “Post/neo/liberalism in relational perspective.” Political Geography.
  • Ettlinger, N. (2014). “The openness paradigm." New Left Review.
  • Maas, Dv.L., R. Lal, K. Coleman, A. Montenegro and W.A. Dick. (2017). Modeling Soil Organic Carbon in Corn-based Systems in Ohio, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 72, 191-204.
  • Madsen, K. (2016). “Robert Frost’s ambivalence: Borders and boundaries in poetic and political discourse.” Political Geography.
  • Madsen, K. (2015). “Graffiti, art, and advertising: re-scaling claims to space at the edges of the nation-state.” Geopolitics.
  • Madsen, K. (2014). “Contextualizing cultural landscapes and political geography with montage.” you are here.
  • Mark, B.G. and A. Fernandez (2017). The significance of mountain glaciers as sentinels of climate and environmental change. Geography Compass 11(6)
  • Mark, B.G., N. Stansell and G. Zeballos (2017). The last deglaciation of Peru and Bolivia. Cuadernos de Investigación Geográfica (Geographical Research Letters).
  • McSweeney, K. (2016). "Conditional cash transfers, food security and health: biocultural insights for poverty-alleviation policy from the Brazilian Amazon.” Current Anthropology.
  • McSweeney, K. (2015). “Environmental politics after nature: conflicting socioecological futures.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
  • McSweeney, K. (2014). “Drug policy as conservation policy: narco-deforestation." Science.
  • McSweeney, K. (2014). “Using economic geography to reinvigorate land change science.” Geoforum.
  • Montenegro, A., R. Callaghan and S.M. Fitzpatrick (2016). Using Seafaring Simulations and Shortest Hop Trajectories to Model the Prehistoric Colonization of Remote Oceania, 2016, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, 12685-12690.
  • Mosley-Thompson, E. (2014). “Investigating the preservation of nitrate isotopic composition in a tropical ice core from the Quelccaya Ice Cap, Peru”, J. Geophys.
  • Valdez, I., Coleman, M. and Akbar, A. (2017). Missing in Action: Practice, Para-Legality and the Nature of Immigration Enforcement. Citizenship Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2016.1277980
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  • Blake, S. (Forthcoming). The Invention of the Nordestino: Race, Region, and the State, 1850-1945.
  • Dueñas, A. (2016). “Cabildos de Naturales en el Ocaso Colonial: jurisdicción, posesión y defensa del espacio étnico.” Histórica.
  • Dueñas, A. (2015). “The Lima Indian Letrados: Remaking the ´República de Indios’ in the Bourbon Andes.” In Indigenous Liminalities: Actors and Translators of Colonial Culture in Native Key, Special Issue, The Americas.
  • Marino, K. (2017). “U.S. Empire, 1820-2004: United States Women Shape Political Culture in the Panama Canal Zone, 1903-1975,” in Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires since 1820, Alexandria Street Press.
  • Marino, K. (2016). “Review: Pan American Women: U.S. Internationalists and Revolutionary Mexico by Megan Threlkeld,” Pacific Historical Review.
  • Marino, K. (2016). “Review of The Rise of Women’s Transnational Activism: Identity and Sisterhood Between the World Wars by Marie Sandell.” Women and Social Movements International.
  • Marino, K. (2014). “El movimiento feminista en la Zona del Canal.” La Prensa.
  • Parker, G. (2014). Imprudent King: A New Life of Phillip II. Yale University Press.
  • Parker, G. (2013). The Global Crisis: War, Climate, and Catastrophe in the 17th Century. Yale University Press.
  • Smith, S. (2017). The Power and Politics of Art in Post-revolutionary Mexico. UNC Press.
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  • Hamann, B. (2017). “An Artificial Mind in Mexico City”, Grey Room 67.
  • Hamann, B. (2015). The Translations of Nebrija: Language, Culture, and Circulation in the Early Modern World. Boston: University of Massachusetts Press.
  • Hamann, B. (2013). “Object, Image, Cleverness: The Lienzo de Tlaxcala.” Art History.
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  • Babel, A. (2018). Language at the border of the Andes and the Amazon. University of Arizona Press.
  • Babel, A. (2016). Awareness and Control in Sociolinguistic Research, Ed. Cambridge University Press.
  • Babel, A. (2016). “Aspirates and ejectives in Quechua-influenced Spanish.” Spanish in Context.
  • Grinstead, J. (2016). “Introduction. Language acquisition and cognitive science at the crossroads.” Probus.
  • Grinstead, J. (2016). “Prototypical Tense-Aspect Alignment and the Tense Deficit in the Spontaneous Speech of Spanish-Speaking Children With SLI.” Probus.
  • Grinstead, J. (2016). “The Development of Clause Structure”, In J. Lidz, W. Snyder & J. Pater (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics. Oxford University Press.
  • Martinez, G. (2013). Public health and the politics of Spanish in early 20th century Texas. In J. Del Valle (Ed.)
  • Martinez, G. (2013). A Political History of Spanish: The Making of a Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Martinez, G. (2012). Política e ideología del lenguaje en la atención sanitaria para hispanohablantes en los Estados Unidos. In D. Dumitrescu (Ed.) El español en los Estados Unidos ¿E pluribus unum? New York: Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española, pp. 233-250.
  • Schwenter, S. (2017). “Entrenchment and Persistence in Language Change: the Spanish Past Subjunctive.” Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory.
  • Schwenter, S. (2016). “Meaning and Interaction in Spanish Independent si-clauses.” Languages Sciences, 58.
  • Schwenter, S. (2013). “Pragmatics and variationist sociolinguistics”, Oxford Handbook of Sociolinguistics, ed. by Robert Bayley, Richard Cameron, and Ceil Lucas. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Tonhauser, J. (2017). “The distribution of implicit arguments in Paraguayan Guaraní”, in Estigarribia, B. (ed.) Guaraní Linguistics in the 21st Century. Leiden: Brill Publishing.
  • Tonhauser, J. (2017). “The Best Question: Explaining the projection behavior of factive verbs.” Discourse Processes.
  • Tonhauser, J. (2017). “Questions Under Discussion: Where information structure meets projective content.” Annual Review of Linguistics.
  • Tonhauser, J. (2015). “Contextual information and the prosodic realization of focus: A cross-linguistic comparison.” Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.
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  • Bowen, R. (2017). The Achilles Heel of Democracy: Judicial Autonomy and the Rule of Law in Central America. Cambridge University Press.
  • Bowen, R. (2013). “Judicial Autonomy in Central America: A Typological Argument” Political Research Quarterly.
  • Bowen, R. (2010). “International Imposition and Transmission of Democracy and Rule of Law: Lessons from Central America” in Globalizing Justice: Critical Perspectives on Transnational Norms and the Cross-Border Migration of Legal Norms, eds. Michael Tolley, Donald Jackson, Mary Volcansek. SUNY University Press.
  • Brooks, S. (2016). “Natural Resources and Economic Development in Brazil.” In New Order and Progress: Development and Democracy in Brazil, Ed., Ben Ross Schneider. Oxford University Press.
  • Brooks, S. (2015). “Social Protection for the Poorest: The Adoption of Conditional Cash Transfers in the Global South” Politics & Society.
  • Brooks, S. (2014). "Categories, Creditworthiness and Contagion: How Investors’ Shortcuts Affect Sovereign Debt Markets" International Studies Quarterly.
  • Kurtz, M. (2016). “Oil and Democracy: Endogenous Natural Resources and the Political “Resource Curse.” International Organization.
  • Kurtz, M. (2013). Latin American State Building in Comparative Perspective: Social Foundations of Institutional Order. Cambridge University Press.
  • Kurtz, M. (2012). “Capturing State Strength: Experimental and Econometric Approaches.” Revista de Ciencia Política.
  • Kurtz, M. (2012). “Paths of Policy Diffusion: When and How Diffusion Shapes Financial Globalization in Latin America” with Sarah Brooks, International Organization.
  • Valdez, I. (2016). Missing in Action: Practice, Paralegality, and the Nature of Immigration Enforcement". In Citizenship Studies [with Mat Coleman and Amna Akbar.
  • Valdez, I. (2016). "Punishment, Race, and the Organization of Immigration Exclusion." In Political Research Quarterly.
  • Valdez, I. (2012). "Reel Latinas? Race, Gender, and Asymmetric Recognition in Contemporary Film", In Politics, Groups, and Identities.
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  • Frank, R. and Redstoke Akresh, I. (2013).“Social Patterning in Body Mass Index (BMI) Among Contemporary Immigrant Groups: the Emergence of a Gradient.” Demography. 50 (3): 993-1012.
  • Frank, R. et al. (2012). “U.S. Migration, Translocality, and the Acceleration of the Nutrition Transition in Mexico.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
  • Schmeer, K. et al. (2015). “Maternal Resources and Household Food Security: Evidence from Nicaragua.” Public Health Nutrition, 18 (16): 2915-2924.
  • Schmeer, K. et al. (2015). “Educational Attainment and Timing to First Union across Three Generations of Mexican Women." Population Research and Policy Review, 34:417-435
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  • Barra Costa, I. (2017). Mnemonic Maps of the Afro-Brazilian Diaspora. Forthcoming with Diasporic Africa Press.
  • Barra Costa, I. (2013). Passo da Guanxuma: Contactos culturales entre Brasil y Argentina. Isis Costa McElroy and Eduardo Muslip, eds. Buenos Aires: Editorial Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, 239pp.
  • Burgoyne, J. (2009). El libro binario. Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar (2009).
  • Burgoyne, J. (2009). “Fragments of Flowers: Flores de filosofía in Early Modern Spain and the Scribal Revision of El Conde Lucanor”. La corónica.
  • Corona, I. (2016). “The Cultural Location/s of (U.S.) Latin Rock”, The Routledge Companion to Latina/o Media. Eds. M.E. Cepeda, D.I. Casillas. Routledge.
  • Corona, I. (2016). “The Trans-Pacific Imagination among the Later Modernistas and the Imagined Possibility of East-South Collaboration”, Trans-Pacific Encounters: Asia and the Hispanic World. Ed. K. Hagimoto. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Corona, I. (2016). “Representación, espontaneísmo y la nueva esfera pública. El caso de #YoSoy132”, Del Internet a las calles: #YoSoy132, una opción alternativa de hacer política. Ed. R.D. Hernández. ContraCorrientes.
  • Costigan, L. (2010). Through Cracks in the Wall: Modern Inquisitions and Letrados New Christians in the Iberian Atlantic World, Leiden/Boston:.Brill Academic Publishers.The Atlantic World Series: Europe, Africa and the Americas.
  • Davis, E. (2014). “From the Mare Nostrum to the Mar Océano and Back: Oceanic Studies, Mediterranean Studies, and the Place of Poetry.” Caliope 19, No. 1, 198-218
  • Davis, E. (2005). On teaching early modern Hispanic poetry: Reflections and Remembrances.” Caliope 11.2, 45-57. Invited article.
  • Del Sarto, A. (2013). Los estudios culturales latinoamericanos y la academia estadounidense en el siglo XXI”, alter/nativas: latin america cultural studies journal, editor.
  • Del Sarto, A. (2012). "Globalización, violencia y afectividad en Ciudad Juárez." Mabel Moraña and Ignacio Sánchez Prado eds. El lenguaje de las emociones. Afecto y cultura en América Latina. Madrid: Vervuert.
  • Del Sarto, A. (2012). "Los afectos en los estudios culturales latinoamericanos: Cuerpos y subjetividades en Ciudad Juárez." Cuadernos de literatura 31.
  • Diaz, Jose O. (2014). Relationship building one step at a time: Case studies of successful faculty-librarian partnerships” portal: Libraries and the Academy.
  • Foulis, E. (2017). “Oral History in the Digital Era: Oral Narratives of Latin@s in Ohio”, Journal of Imagining America.
  • Foulis, E. (2014). “Teaching Cristina Garcia’s novels”, in Latino/a Literature in the Classroom Twenty-first-century approaches to teaching, Frederick Luis Aldama, Ed. Routledge.
  • Martinez-Cruz, P. (2017). Food Fight! Millennial Mestizaje and the Dilemmas of Ethical Eating. University of Arizona Press, forthcoming.
  • Martinez-Cruz, P. (2016). “Farmworker to Table Mexican: Decolonizing Haute Cuisine” in The Routledge Companion to Latina/o Popular Culture, ed. Frederick Luis Aldama (239-255).
  • Martinez-Cruz, P. (2015). “Performance Pedagogy in the Latino Literature Classroom: Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s La Pocha Nostra” in Latino/a Literature in the Classroom, ed. Frederick Luis Aldama (159-167).
  • Nibert, H. & Abbott, A. (2015). Día a día. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  • Nibert, H. et al. (2015). ¡Arriba! Comunicación y cultura. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  • Nibert, H. (2012). Student Activities Manual for ¡Arriba! Comunicación y cultura, Sixth Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  • Pereira, P. (2013). Filósofos de Trazer por Casa: Cenários da Apropriação da Filosofia em Almeida Garrett, Eça de Queirós e Machado de Assis. Book manuscript. University of Coimbra Press [Coimbra, Portugal] and forthcoming at Annablume [São Paulo, Brazil], Fall 2013.
  • Pereira, P. (2013). “An East, east of the East’: Eça de Queirós, Fernando Pessoa’s Álvaro de Campos and the Scope of Portuguese Orientalism.” Ellipsis 11.
  • Podalsky, L. (2016). “Ponerse al día: los jóvenes y el cine argentino contemporáneo”, Cine argentino contemporáneo: visiones y discursos, Bernhard Chappuzeau y Christian von Tschilschke, eds. (Amsterdam: Iberoamericana/Vervuert).
  • Podalsky, L. (2016). “Aesthetics of Detachment”, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies.
  • Podalsky, L. (2016). “El cine, el rock, la televisión y las culturas juveniles en los 1960s en la Argentina”, Actas del V Congreso Internacional de AsAECA, Universidad de Quilmes, Buenos Aires.
  • Podalsky, L. (2015). "Introduction”, In David Sheinin, Ed. Sports Culture in Latin American History.
  • Podalsky, L. (2014). “Of Monstrous Masses and Hybrid Heroes: del Toro’s English-language films”, In Ann Davies, Deborah Shaw, and Dolores Tierney, Eds. Transnational Fantasies of Guillermo del Toro, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Trigo, A. (2015). “Las tramas de la memoria/The Threads of Memory/As tramas da memória”, Co-edited with Teresa Basile. alter/nativas 5 http://alternativas.osu.edu/pt/issues/autumn-5-2015.html.
  • Trigo, A. (2012). Crisis y transfiguración de los estudios culturales latinoamericanos, Santiago: Editorial Cuarto Propio.
  • Trigo, A. (2008). "No hay viaje sin fronteras." In Ignacio Mendiola and Antonio Montesino, eds. Relatos y prácticas de viaje. Taller de antropología social de La Ortiga. La Ortiga.
  • Unzueta, F. (2015). "National Novels and the Emergence of the Public Sphere in Latín America”, Cultural Transformations of the Public Sphere. Eds. Bernd Fischer and May Mergenthaler, Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Unzueta, F. (2013). “Novelas fundacionales: americanismo, nacionalismo, regionalismo.” Bolivian Research Review.
  • Unzueta, F. (2010). “Los discursos de la independencia y su ambigua modernidad,” De independencias y revoluciones, Santiago, LOM
  • Viscarri, D. (2005). Traces of Contamination: Unearthing the Franco Legacy in Contemporary Spanish Discourse. Eloy Merino and H. Rosi Song, Eds., Lewisburg: Bucknell UP.
  • Voigt, L. (2017). “Festive Soundscapes in Colonial Potosí and Minas Gerais.” Beyond Sight: Iberian Empires and the Other Senses. Ed. Ryan Giles and Steve Wagschal. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Voigt, L. (2016). Spectacular Wealth: The Festivals of Colonial South American Mining Towns. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  • Voigt, L. (2015). “Illustrating Brazil in Sixteenth-Century Antwerp.” Revue Le Verger – bouquet VIII (September 2015): 1-18.
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  • Latorre, G. (2016). ¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/Chicano Murals Under Siege, Angel City Press.
  • Latorre, G. (2015). Walls of Empowerment: Indigenist Murals of California, UT Austin Press.
  • Latorre, G. (2014). “Installation Art, Transnationalism, and the Chinese-Chicano Experience.” The Routledge Companion to Latina/o Popular Culture, Routledge.
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  • Lobao, L. (2017). “Civil Society and Intergovernmental Collaboration for Community Development.” Economic Development Quarterly.
  • Lobao, L. (2016). “The Sociology of Subnational Development: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations”, in Gregory Hooks (editor) The Handbook of Development Sociology, University of California Press.
  • Lobao, L. (2016). “Spatial Inequality and Rural Areas”, in David Brown and Mark Shucksmith (editors) International Handbook of Rural Sociology, Routledge.