Human Rights Publications by Affiliated Faculty
Below, you will find a comprehensive (but certainly not exhaustive) list of recent human rights publications by our faculty affiliates (listed alphabetically by last name). Some affiliates have left the university since we first began to put the list together in 2011, but their publications are still listed. If you are a current affiliate and have publications you’d like added to this list, please let us know.
For a list of recent writings that specifically address the COVID-19 pandemic and social justice, please see here.
Ayoub, Samy A. Law, Empire, and the Sultan: Ottoman Imperial Authority and Late Hanafi Jurisprudence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.
Bos, Pascale. “Sexual Violence in Ka-Tzetnik’s House of Dolls,” in Holocaust History and the Readings of Ka-Tzetnik, edited by Annette F. Timm. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
Brayne, Sarah and Angèle Christin. “Technologies of Crime Prediction: The Reception of Algorithms in Policing and Criminal Courts.” Social Problems. Online First (2020).
Brayne, Sarah. “The Criminal Law and Law Enforcement Implications of ‘Big Data.’” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 14: 293-308 (2018).
Brayne, Sarah, Karen Levy, and Bryce Newell. “Visual Data and the Law.” Law and Social Inquiry 43(4): 1149-1163 (2018).
Brinks, Daniel, Julia Dehm, and Karen Engle. “Introduction: Human Rights and Economic Inequality.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 10, no. 3 (2018): 363-375.
Brinks, Daniel M. “Access to what? Legal agency and access to justice for indigenous peoples in Latin America.” The Journal of Development Studies 55.3 (2019): 348-365.
Brinks, Daniel M., Steven Levitsky, and Maria Victoria Murillo. Understanding Institutional Weakness: Power and Design in Latin American Institutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Brinks, Daniel and Nathalia Sandoval Rojas, “Entrenching Social Constitutionalism? Contributions and Challenges of the Left in Latin American Constitutionalism,” in Legacies of the Left Turn in Latin America: The Promise of Inclusive Citizenship, edited by Manuel Balán and Françoise Montambeault. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, 2020.
LASA Forum, a special issue on “The Languages and Literatures of Abiayala” Volume 50, Issue #1, January 2019; with an individually authored-introduction, “Lenguas, lenguajes y literaturas de Abiayala: ¿Descolonizando o re-colonizando en la era del capital extractivista?”
Currently working on a new book entitled Acoustic Colonialism, Mapuche Interference. It documents and analyzes Mapuche responses of language and sound to colonialism in contemporary neoliberal Chile from the 1980s to the present. It defines acoustic colonialism as a regime of invasive, massive, and historically continuous deployment of linguistic, environmental and technological sonic occupation by Chilean, non-indigenous colonizing forces upon the Mapuche territory.
Mounira M. Charrad
Charrad, Mounira M., and Nicholas E. Reith. “Local Solidarities: How the Arab Spring Protests Started.” Sociological Forum 34, no. S1 (December 2019): 1174–1196.
Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba
Ruvalcaba, Héctor Domínguez. “Poesía de calle: activismo poético contra la violencia en México.” Altre Modernità (2019): 342-353.
Ariel E. Dulitzky
Dulitzky, Ariel E. and Isabel Anayanssi Orizaga, Verónica Hinestroza Arenas (ed.) ¿Dónde Están? Estándares internacionales para la búsqueda de personas desaparecidas forzadamente. International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute, 2019.
Dulitzky, Ariel E. (2019) “The Latin-American Flavor of Enforced Disappearances,” Chicago Journal of International Law: Vol. 19: No. 2, Article 3.
Engle, Karen. The Grip of Sexual Violence in Conflict. Stanford University Press, 2020.
Engle, Karen. “Human Rights Consciousness and Critique.” in A Time for Critique, edited by Didier Fassin and Bernard E. Harcourt. Columbia University Press, 2019.
Brinks, Daniel, Julia Dehm, and Karen Engle. “Introduction: Human Rights and Economic Inequality.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 10, no. 3 (2018): 363-375.
Jensen, Nathan M., Michael G. Findley, and Daniel L. Nielson. “Electoral Institutions and Electoral Cycles in Investment Incentives: A Field Experiment on Over 3,000 U.S. Municipalities.” American Journal of Political Science (February 9, 2020).
Sexton, Renard, Rachel L. Wellhausen, and Michael G. Findley. “How Government Reactions to Violence Worsen Social Welfare: Evidence from Peru.” American Journal of Political Science 63, no. 2 (April 1, 2019): 353–367.
Marineau, Josiah, Henry Pascoe, Alex Braithwaite, Michael Findley, and Joseph Young. “The Local Geography of Transnational Terrorism.” Conflict Management and Peace Science, (September 2018).
Findley, Michael. (2018). “How government responses to dissident violence in Peru worsen social welfare.” American Journal of Political Science.
Findley, Michael. (2018). “Does Foreign Aid Build Peace?” Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 21: 359-384.
Flaherty, George. “Border Architecture: Territories, Commons, and Breathing-Spaces,” in The Routledge Companion to Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture, edited by Swati Chattopadhyay and Jeremy White (New York: Routledge, 2019), 175-186.
Forbath, William. “A Political Economy the Constitution Requires,” Law and Political Economy, October 23, 2019.
Forbath, William. “Constitutionalism, Human Rights and the Genealogy of American Jewish Liberalism,” in The Law of Strangers: Jewish Lawyering and International Legal Thought in Historical Perspective, eds. James Loeffler, Moria Paz (2019).
Forbath, William. “Visions of Radical Reform in South Africa: Toward a New Constitutional Political Economy”; “Antitrust and the Informal Sector in South Africa,” Law and Political Economy, March 20-21, 2018 (with Dennis Davis, Julia Dehm and Lucie White).
Franklin, Cary C. The ERA, the Military, and the Making of Constitutional Meaning, N.Y.U. Rev. Law & Social Change (2019).
Franklin, Cary C. “The Story of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and What It Means to Protect Women,” Reproductive Rights and Justice Stories (2019).
Franklin, Cary C. The New Class Blindness, 128 Yale L.J. 2 (2018).
González-López, Gloria, Francisco A Lomelí, Denise A Segura, and Elyette Benjamin-Labarthe. “Transnational Incest: Sexual Violence and Migration in Mexican Families.” In Routledge Handbook of Chicana/o Studies, 397–413. 1st ed. Routledge, 2019.
González-López, Gloria. “What the #MeToo Movement Could Do for Victims of Incest.” Ms. Magazine (2018).
Gregg, Benjamin. Creating Human Nature: The Political Challenges of Genetic Engineering. Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2021).
Gregg, Benjamin. “Beyond Due Diligence: The Human Rights Corporation,” Human Rights Review (forthcoming 2020).
Gregg, Benjamin. “The Indigenous Rights State,” Ratio Juris 33 (1): 98-116 (2020).
Gregg, Benjamin.“The Human Rights State: Advancing Justice through Political Imagination,” in Kerstin Schmidt, ed., The State of Human Rights: Historical Genealogies, Political Controversies, and Cultural Imaginaries. Heidelberg, Germany: Winter Verlag: 121-143 (ISBN: 978-3-8253-4700-0) (forthcoming 30 June 2020).
Gregg, Benjamin. “Human Rights Require yet Contest National Sovereignty: How a Human Rights Corporation Might Help,” in Andre Santos Campos and Susana Cadilha, eds. Sovereignty as Value. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield (forthcoming November 2020).
“Vom Nutzen und Nachteil der Biotechnik: Zur normativen Einschätzung der Humangenmanipulation [On the Use and Abuse of Biotechnology: Toward a Normative Evaluation of Human Genetic Engineering], in Brigitte Keplinger, ed., Zur Optimierung des Menschen [On the Genetic Optimization of the Human Being]. Hartheim Holocaust Research Center, Alkoven (Austria) (forthcoming 2020).
Gregg, Benjamin. “Against Self-Isolation as a Human Right of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America.” Human Rights Review 20, no. 3 (September 15, 2019): 313–333.
Gregg, Benjamin. “Indigeneity as Social Construct and Political Tool.” Human Rights Quarterly 41, no. 4 (November 1, 2019): 823–848.
Gregg, Benjamin. “How to Read for Current Developments in Human Genetics Relevant to Justice,” Journal of Politics and Life Sciences 37 (2) (2018): 262-277.
Gregg, Benjamin. “The Coming Political Challenges of Artificial Intelligence” in Ramón Reichert, Mathias Fuchs, Pablo Abend, Annika Richterich and Karin Wenz (eds.), Digital Culture & Society 4 (1) (2018): 157-180.
Gregg, Benjamin. “Human Genetic Engineering: Biotic Justice in the Anthropocene?” in Dominick DellaSala and Michael Goldstein, eds. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Vol. 4. Oxford, UK: Elsevier (2018): 351-359.
Gregg, Benjamin. Human Rights as Social Construction. Cambridge University Press (2012). Chinese translation by Xianfei Lee, forthcoming 2020, jointly by Cambridge University Press and Renmin University Press (Beijing, China).
Guridy, Frank; Hooker, Juliet. (2018). “Currents in Afro-Latin American Political and Social Thought.” Afro-Latin American Studies: An Introduction: 179-221.
Fiereck, Kirk, Neville Hoad, and Danai S. Mupotsa (eds). Special Issue: Time out of Joint: the Queer and the Customary in Africa. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 26, no. 3 (June 2020).
Hoad, Neville. “”I Don’t Want to Live in a World Where People Die Every Day Simply Because They Are Poor“: From the Treatment Action Campaign to Equal Education, from Stories of Human Rights to the Poetics of Inequality.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 10, no. 3 (2019): 479-491.
Marinari, Maddalena, Madeline Y. Hsu, and Maria Cristina Garcia (eds.). A Nation of Immigrants Reconsidered: US Society in an Age of Restriction, 1924-1965. University of Illinois Press (2019).
Hsu, Madeline. “Teach Immigration History.” Hsu was the lead scholar for this website, which is sponsored by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society and the NEH EdSitement Program. The website provides K-12 teachers and general audiences with factual and scholarly information, analysis, and lesson plans about immigration history. The goal is to improve understanding of this topic beyond college campuses.
Jiménez, Mónica. “Puerto Rico Under the Colonial Gaze: Oppression, Resistance and the Myth of the Nationalist Enemy.” Latino Studies (January 2020).
Jiménez, Mónica. “Esta ‘democracia’ no la entendemos: On Exercising Democracy in the World’s Oldest Colony.” Society and Space Magazine (February 25, 2020).
Jiménez, Mónica. “Looking for a Way Forward in the Past: Lessons from the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party,” in Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico Before and After the Storm, Yarimar Bonilla and Marisol LeBrón, eds. Chicago: Hay Market (2019).
Knapp, Gregory. “Trajectories of Personal Archiving: Practical and Ethical Considerations.” Geographical Review 110, no. 1-2 (November 2019): 1–13.
Kuperman, Alan. “Did the R2P Foster Violence in Libya?” Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal 13, no. 2 (June 2019): 38–57.
Kuperman, Alan. “Hostile Takeover.” The National Interest, no. 163 (September 2019): 51–58.
Laurin, Jennifer E. “Justice in Wonderland.” Review of Misdemeanorland: Criminal Courts and Social Control in an Age of Broken Window Policing by Issa Kohler-Hausmann. Texas Law Review Online Edition 97 (2019).
Lawrence, Mark Atwood. “Building the Great Society: Inside Lyndon Johnson’s White House by Joshua Zeitz (review).” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 122, no. 4 (2019): 483-485.
LeBrón, Marisol. Policing Life and Death: Race, Violence, and Resistance in Puerto Rico. University of California Press (2019).
Leu, Lorraine. Defiant Geographies: Race and Urban Space in 1920s Rio de Janeiro. University of Pittsburgh Press (2020).
Lopez, Sarah. “From Penal to “Civil”: A Legacy of Private Prison Policy in a Landscape of Migrant Detention.” American Quarterly, Volume 71, Number 1 (March 2019): 105-134.
Octavio N. Martinez, Jr.
Martinez, Octavio N. Jr. (2017) “Eliminating Mental and Physical Health Disparities through Culturally and Linguistically Centered Integrated Health Care,” Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 17: Iss. 1, Article 10.
Sanchez, K., Ybarra, R., Chapa, T., & Martinez, O.N. Eliminating Behavioral Health Disparities and Improving Outcomes for Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations. Psychiatric Services, Volume 67, Issue 1: 13-15 (2016).
Sprager, L., Martinez, O.N. Beyond Translation: Promoting a New National Standard for Equity in Health Materials Translated from English. National Academy of Medicine. (2015).
Sanchez, K., Ybarra, R., Chapa, T., & Martinez, O.N. Eliminating Health Disparities through Culturally and Linguistically Centered Integrated Health Care: Consensus Statements, Recommendations, and Key Strategies from the Field. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 25, Number 2: 469-477 (2014).
Okur, Jeannette, Hande Gurses, and Irmak Ertuna Howison. “Grape Gatherers and Goat Herders: The Portrayal of Anatolian Village Women’s Interaction with the Natural Environment in Contemporary Turkish Film.” In Animals, Plants, and Landscapes: An Ecology of Turkish Literature and Film, edited by Hande Gurses and Irmak Ertuna Howison (New York: Routledge, 2019) 45–82.
Polit Dueñas, Gabriela. Unwanted Witnesses. Journalists and Conflict in Contemporary Latin America. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019.
Sessarego, S. (2020). Chocó Spanish: An Afro-Hispanic Language on the Spanish Frontier. In Ortiz-López, L., Guzzardo Tamargo, R. & M. González-Rivera (eds.). Hispanic Contact Linguistics: Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Perspectives. 43-59. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Butera, B., Rao, R. & S. Sessarego (2020). Afro-Peruvian Spanish Prosody: A Case of Contact-Induced Language Change. In Rao, R. (ed.). Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact: Studies from Africa, the Americas, and Spain, 207-226. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Rao, R. & S. Sessarego (2020). Introduction. In Rao, R. (ed.). Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact: Studies from Africa, the Americas, and Spain, 1-12. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Colomina-Almiñana, J. & S. Sessarego (eds.). (2020). Language Patterns in Spanish and Beyond: Structure, Context and Development. London: Routledge.
Sessarego, S. & J. Colomina-Almiñana (2020). Patterns in Syntax, Pragmatics and Acquisition in Spanish and Beyond. In Colomina-Almiñana, J. & S. Sessarego (eds.) Language Patters in Spanish and Beyond: Structure, Context and Development. London: Routledge.
Andrade, L. & S. Sessarego (eds.). (2020). Los castellanos del Perú: historia, variación y contacto lingüístico. London: Routledge.
Sessarego, S. (2020). El castellano afroperuan o hablado en Chincha: Una perspectiva histórica y lingüística. In Andrade, L. & S. Sessarego (eds.). Los castellanos del Perú: historia, variación y contacto lingüístico. London: Routledge.
Sessarego, S. & L. Andrade (2020). Introducción: una mirada contemporánea a las variedades del castellano peruano. In Andrade, L. & S. Sessarego (eds.). Los castellanos del Perú: historia, variación y contacto lingüístico. London: Routledge.
Rodríguez-Riccelli, A., Sessarego, S. & J. Colomina-Almiñana (eds.). (2020). Variation and Evolution: Aspects of Language Contact and Contrast across the Spanish-Speaking World. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Sessarego, S., Colomina-Almiñana & A. Rodríguez-Riccelli (2020). Social and Linguistic Factors Shaping Language Dynamics across the Spanish-Speaking World. In Rodríguez-Riccelli, A., Sessarego, S. & J. Colomina-Almiñana (eds.) Variation and Evolution: Language Contact and Contrast across the Spanish-Speaking World. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Sessarego, S. (2020). Casting Light on the Spanish Creole Debate: A Legal Perspective. In Morales-Font, A., Ferreira, M., Leow, R. & C. Sanz (eds.). Hispanic Linguistics: Current Issues and New Directions, 327–342. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Butera, B., Sessarego, S. & R. Rao (2020). Afro-Peruvian Spanish Declarative Intonation: Analysis and Implications. In Morales-Font, A., Ferreira, M., Leow, R. & C. Sanz (eds.). Hispanic Linguistics: Current Issues and New Directions, 229–248. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Sessarego, S. (2020). Contact-Driven Restructuring at the Interface: Aspects of Variable Phi-Agreement across the Afro-Hispanic DP. In González-Rivera, M. & S.
Sessarego (eds.) Interface-Driven Phenomena in Spanish: Essays in Honor of Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach. 192-220. Malden, MA: Routledge.
Sessarego, S. & M. González-Rivera (2020). The Syntax-Semantics Interface: Current Issues in the Field. In González-Rivera, M. & S. Sessarego (eds.) (eds.). Interface-Driven Phenomena in Spanish: Essays in Honor of Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach. 1-5. Malden, MA: Routledge.
Gónzalez-Rivera, M. & S. Sessarego (eds.). (2020). Interface-Driven Phenomena in Spanish: Essays in Honor of Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach. Malden, MA: Routledge.
Sessarego, S. (2019). Language Contact and the Making of an Afro-Hispanic Vernacular: Variation and Change in the Colombian Chocó. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Sessarego, S., Butera, B. & R. Rao (2019). Aspectos de la entonación afroperuana. Cuadernos de la Asociación de Lingüística y Filología de América Latina, 11, 1:199-215.
Sessarego, S. (2019). Universal Processes in Contact-Induced Syntactic Change. In Darquennes, J., Salmons, J. & W. Vandenbussche (eds.), Language Contact: An International Handbook, 24-37. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Sessarego, S. (2018). La schiavitù nera nell’America spagnola. Genova: Marietti Editore.
Sessarego, S. (guest ed.). (2018). Current Trends in Afro-Hispanic Linguistics. [Lingua Special Issue]. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
King, J. & S. Sessarego (eds.). (2018). Language Variation and Contact-Induced Change: The Spanish Language across Space and Time. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Sessarego, S. (2018). Enhancing Dialogue in the Field: Some Remarks on the Status of the Spanish Creole Debate. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages. 33, 1: 197-203.
Rao, R. & S. Sessarego (2018). Intonation in Chota Valley Spanish: Contact-Induced Phenomena at the Discourse/Phonology Interface. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 11, 1: 163-192.
Sessarego, S. (2018). Afro-Hispanic Linguistics: Current Trends in the Field. In Sessarego, S. (guest ed.) Current Trends in Afro-Hispanic Linguistics. Lingua Special Issue, 202, 1-3.
Sessarego, S. (2018). On the Importance of Legal History to Afro-Hispanic Linguistics and Creole Studies. In Sessarego, S. (guest ed.) Current Trends in Afro-Hispanic Linguistics. Lingua Special Issue, 202, 13-23.
Sessarego, S. & A. Rodríguez-Riccelli (2018). Formal Issues in Afro-Hispanic Morpho-Syntax: The Afro-Bolivian Spanish Case. In Sessarego, S. (guest ed.) Current Trends in Afro-Hispanic Linguistics. Lingua Special Issue, 202, 58-75.
Knaff, C., Sessarego, S. & R. Rao (2018). Future Directions in the Field: Aspects of Afro-Hispanic Prosody. In Sessarego, S. (guest ed.) Current Trends in Afro-Hispanic Linguistics. Lingua Special Issue, 202, 76-86.
Sessarego, S. & J. King (2018). Introduction. In King, J. & S. Sessarego. (eds.). Language Variation and Contact-Induced Change: The Spanish Language across Space and Time, 1-8. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Sessarego, S. & J. Gutiérrez-Rexach (2018). Afro-Hispanic Contact Varieties at the Interface: A Closer Look at Pro-Drop Phenomena in Chinchano Spanish. In King, J. & S.
Sessarego. (eds.). Language Variation and Contact-Induced Change: The Spanish Language across Space and Time, 63-82. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Romero, R. & S. Sessarego (2018). Hard Come, Easy Go: Linguistic Interfaces in Istambul Judeo-Spanish and Afro-Ecuadorian Spanish. In King, J. & S. Sessarego. (eds.). Language Variation and Contact-Induced Change: The Spanish Language across Space and Time, 83-110. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Edward Shore (Rapoport Center Postdoctoral Fellow & Lecturer 2019-2020)
Shore, Edward. “Legacies of Resistance: Quilombos, their Descendants, and the Struggle for Land and Social Justice in Brazil’s Vale do Ribeira, 1800-2018” in Maroons and the Marooned: Runaways and Castaways in the Americas, edited by Richard Bodek & Joseph Kelly. University of Mississippi Press (2020).
Smith, Christen. “Lingering Trauma in Brazil: Police Violence Against Black Women“, NACLA Report on the Americas, Special Issue: Women Rising in the Americas, 50(4): 369-376 (2018). Selected as one of the editors’ top picks for 2018.
Sletto, Bjorn, Samuel Tabory, and Kelly Strickler. “Sustainable Urban Water Management and Integrated Development in Informal Settlements: The Contested Politics of Co-Production in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.” Global Environmental Change 54 (January 2019): 195–202.
Ortiz van Meerbeke, Gabriel, and Bjorn Sletto. “‘Graffiti Takes Its Own Space’: Negotiated Consent and the Positionings of Street Artists and Graffiti Writers in Bogotá, Colombia.” City 23, no. 3 (May 2019): 366–387.
Steiker, Carol and Jordan M Steiker. Comparative Constitutional Law. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Press, 2019.
Torres, Rebecca. “Everyday encounters with activist scholarship.” Professional Geographer (2018).
Torres, Rebecca. “A crisis of rights and responsibility: Feminist geopolitical perspectives on Latin American refugees and forced migrants. “ Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Vol. 25 (1): 13-36 (2018).
Vasudevan, Pavithra and S. Smith. “The domestic geopolitics of racial capitalism.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space (2020).
Vasudevan, Pavithra. “An Intimate Inventory of Race and Waste.” Antipode (January, 2019).
Smith, Sara, Pavithra Vasudevan, Carlos Serrano, and Banu Gökarıksel. “Breaking Families: Whiteness, State Violence, and the Alienable Rights of Kin.” Political Geography 72 (June 2019): 144–146.
Vladeck, Stephen I “Why the Whistle-Blowing Process is Breaking Down.” New York Times, September 20, 2019.
Vladeck, Stephen. “Will the Rule of Law Apply Along the Border?” New York Times, June 12, 2018.
Weinberg, Eyal. “‘With ColleaguesLike that, who Needs Enemies?’: Doctors andRepression under Military and Post-Authoritarian Brazil,” TheAmericas 76:3 (2019): 467-505.
Afolabi, Niyi. (2013). “Reversing dislocation: African contributions to Brazil in the works of Manuel Querino, 1890–1920.” History Compass, Vol. 11 (4): 259-267.
Afolabi, Niyi. (2012). “Interfacial archetypes in Afro-Brazilian cultural studies: The Pan-African consciousness of Márcio Barbosa, Paulo Colina, and Salgado Maranhão.” Journal of Pan African Studies, Vol. 5 (8): 52-73.
Afolabi, Niyi. (2012). “Quilombismo and the Afro-Brazilian quest for citizenship.” Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 43 (8): 847-871.
Ali, Kamran. (2013). “Progressive, Punjab and Pakistan: The Early Years.” Journal of South Asian History and Culture, Vol. 4 (4): 483-502.
Ali, Kamran (2011). “Communists in a Muslim Land: Cultural Debates in Pakistan’s Early Years.” Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 45 (3): 501-534.
Ali, Kamran (2011). “Progressives and “Perverts”: Partition Stories and Pakistan’s Future.” Social Text 108.
Ali, Kamran (2011). “Women, Work and Public Spaces: Conflict and Co-Existence in Karachi’s Poor Neighborhoods.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol. 36 (3): 585-605.
Arens, Katherine. (2015). “Self-Censorship, Self-Immolation: Intellectual Exiles and Violence in Academic Cultures.” Censorship and Exile, Vol. 1: 137-159.
Arens, Katherine. (2014). “Discipline, Institution, and Assessment: The Graduate Curriculum, Credibility, and Accountability.” Transforming Postsecondary Foreign Language Teaching in the United States: 193-225.
Arens, Katherine (2011). “Mayerling: The Woman’s Story.” Contested Passions: Sexuality, Eroticism, and Gender in Modern Austrian Literature and Culture. New York: Peter Lang.
Arias, Arturo (2013). “Indigenous Women at War: Discourses on Revolutionary Combat.” A contracorriente, Vol. 10 (3): 108-140.
Arias, Arturo (2013). “Nahuahtlizando la novelística: de infiernos, paraísos y rupturas de estereotipos en las prácticas discursivas decoloniales.” Alter/nativas, Latin American Cultural Studies Journal, Vol. 1.
Arias, Arturo (2013). “Trayectorias, desafíos y nuevos paradigmas en los estudios culturales latinoamericanos.” Revista Iberoamericana, Vol. 79 (242): 257-264.
Arias, Arturo and Claudia Milian (2013). “U.S. Central Americans: Representations, Agency, and Communities.” Journal of Latino Studies, (Special Issue).
Arias, Arturo (2013). “Centroamericanidades: Imaginative Reformulations and New Configurations of Central Americanness.” Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature, (Special Issue).
Arias, Arturo (2011). “La subalternidad racializada en los cuentos de Luis de Lión.” La puerta del cielo. Guatemala: Editorial Cultura.
Arias, Arturo (2011). “Post-identidades post-nacionales: duelo, trauma y melancolía en la constitución de las subjetividades centroamericanas de posguerra.” (Per)Versiones de la modernidad. Literaturas, identidades y desplazamientos. Guatemala: F&G Editores.
Arias, Arturo (2011). “Post-identidades post-nacionales: duelo, trauma y melancolía en la constitución de las subjetividades centroamericanas de posguerra.” Meanings of Violence in Contemporary Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Auyero, Javier & DeCesare, Donna. (2017). “Patience, Protest, and Resignation in Contaminated Communities: Five Case Studies.” NACLA Report on the Americas, Vol. 49 (4): 462-469
Auyero, Javier; Hernandez, Maricarmen; Stitt, Mary. (2017) “Grassroots Activism in the Belly of the Beast: A Relational Account of the Campaign Against Urban Fracking in Texas.” Social Problems.
Auyero, Javier & Sobering, Katherine. (2017): “Violence, the State, and the Poor: A View from the South.” Sociological Forum (Special Issue), Vol. 32 (S1): 1018-1031.
Auyero, Javier; Collins, Caitlin; Jensen, Katherine. (2017). “A Proposal for Public Sociology as Localized Intervention and Collective Enterprise: The Makings and Impact of Invisible in Austin.” Qualitative Sociology, Vol. 40 (2): 191-214.
Auyero, Javier and Katherine Jensen (2015). “For Political Ethnographies of Urban Marginality.” City & Community, Vol. 14 (4): 359-363.
Auyero, Javier and Kristine Kilanski (2015). “From ‘making toast’ to ‘splitting apples’: dissecting ‘care’ in the midst of chronic violence.” Theory & Society, Vol. 44 (5): 393-414.
Auyero, Javier (2015). “Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City.” Austin: University of Texas Press.
Auyero, Javier (2015). “The Politics of Interpersonal Violence in the Urban Periphery”. Current Anthropology, Vol. 56 (S11).
Auyero, Javier (2013). “Born Amid Bullets.” Contexts.
Auyero, Javier (2011). “Poor People’s Lives and Politics: The things a political ethnographer knows (and doesn’t know) after 15 years of fieldwork.” New Perspectives on Turkey, Vol. 46: 95-127.
Auyero, Javier (2011). “Puños, patadas y codazos en la regulación de la pobreza neoliberal.” A propósito de Tilly: conflicto, poder y acción colectiva. Madrid, Spain: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Sociológicas.
Auyero, Javier (2011). Patients of the State: The Politics of Waiting in Argentina. Durham: Duke University Press.
Auyero, Javier and Matthew Mahler (2011). “The Makings of Collective Violence.” Meanings of Violence in Contemporary Latin America. New York: Palgrave.
Balli, Cecilia (2011). Murdered women on the border: gender, territory, and power in Ciudad Juarez. Proquest: UMI Dissertation Publishing.
Beach, Sheryl; Beach, Timothy; Dunning, Nicholas; Grasiozo Sierra, Liwa; Jones, John; Lentz, David; Scarborough, Vernon; Smyth, Michael. (2013). “A Tale of Two Collapses: Environmental Variability and Cultural Disruption in the Maya Lowlands.” Diálogo Andino, Vol. 41:171-183.
Bonin-Rodriguez, Paul. (2015). “Queer Performance Spaces since the 1990s: Requiem for a Future Golden Age.” The Journal of American Drama and Theater.
Boone, Catherine (2012). “Contested Land Rights in Rural Africa: Ghana and Kenya Compared.” Governing Africa’s Changing Societies: The Dynamics of Reform. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Press.
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