Book Chapters

Accepted (pending revisions). “Double Exposure: Agency and Alterity in Isabel T. Kelly’s Photographic Archivein Putting Theory and Things Together, edited by J. Bell and J. Shannon, Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution.


2018  “(In)Visible Ruins: The Politics of Monumental Reconstruction in Post-revolutionary Mexico.” Hispanic American Historical Review 98(1): 43-76.

  • Honorable Mention, Humanities Essay Award, Latin American Studies Association, Mexico Section.

2016  “Crude Residues: The Workings of Failing Oil Infrastructure in Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico.” Environment and Planning A 48 (4) 718-735.

  • Winner, Professional Geographer Award, Energy and Environment Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.

2015  “Enacting  Agrarian Law: The Effects of Legal Failure in Post-revolutionary Mexico.” The Journal of Latin American Studies 47 (4) 685-715.

  • Honorable Mention, Social Sciences Essay Award, Latin American Studies Association, Mexico Section.

Book Reviews

2019 Amy Cox Hall, Framing the Lost City: Science, Photography, and the Making of Machu Picchu. The Hispanic American Historical Review 99(4): 767-769.

 2018 Gastón Gordillo, Rubble: The Aftermath of Destruction. The Hispanic American Historical Review 98(3): 549-550.

2018  Christina Bueno, The Pursuit of Ruins: Archaeology, History and the Making of Modern Mexico. H-Net Reviews (December).

Web-based publications

2018 “Commentary: Toxic Bodies, Part I.” Engagement (blog of The Anthropology and Environment Society). February 22.

Image Credit: Detail, Desalojo de los campesinos del Ejido de El Huanal, Mpio. De Vega de Alatorre, Edo de Veracruz, 1967, Archivo General de la Nación, Dirección General de Investigaciones Políticas y Sociales. Información General de los Estados, Distrito Federal, Tomo IX–X, Caja 151, foja 198-203.