2016 Journal Articles

These journal articles published by UO faculty and graduate students are in keeping with the CLLAS mission statement.

Erin Beck, Assistant Professor, Political Science

  • “Repopulating Development: An Agent-Based Approach to Studying Development Interventions.” 2016. World Development 80:19-32.

heritage-in-actionMaria Fernanda Escallón, Assistant Professor, Anthropology

  • Book chapter: “The Formation of Heritage Elites: Talking Rights and Practicing Privileges in an Afro-Colombian Community,” in the book Heritage in Action: Making the Past in the Present (Springer, 2016; edited by Silverman, Helaine, Waterton, Emma, Watson, Steve)

Michael Hames-García, Professor, Ethnic Studies

  • “Are Prisons Tolerable?” Carceral Notebooks 12 (2016). http://www.thecarceral.org/journal-vol12.html
  • “When I Think of Pulse, I Think of Shakti” QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 3.3 (Fall 2016): 111-13.
  • “Foreword” to Lay Your Sleeping Head (a novel) by Michael Nava, (San Francisco: Kórima Press, 2016), xi-xiii.

Jessica Vasquez-Tokos

  • Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica, and Kathryn Norton-Smith. 2016. “Talking Back to Controlling Images:  Latinos’ Changing Responses to Racism over the Life Course.” Ethnic and Racial Studies:1-19.

David J. Vázquez, Associate Professor, English

  • “Toxicity and the Politics of Narration: Imagining Social and Environmental Justice in Salvador Plascencia’s The People of Paper” (forthcoming in Symbolism, 2017).

David Woken, Coordinator of Library Graduate Instruction; History and Latin American Studies Librarian, UO Libraries

  • Sonia de la Cruz, Stephanie Kayes, and David Woken, “Latino History is Oregon History: Preserving Oregon’s Latino Heritage through the Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste Archive” in Roberto Delgadillo, ed. Who Are We Really? Latin American Family, Local and Micro-Regional Histories and Their Impact on Understanding Ourselves: Papers of the Fifty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (New Orleans: Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, 2016), 58-71.

Kristin Yarris, Assistant Professor, International Studies

  • Yarris, Kristin E. and Nicolette J. Dent. 2016. “Gender, Inequality and Depo-Provera: Constraints on Reproductive Choice in Nicaragua.” Global Public Health.
  • Emily Mendenhall, Kristin Yarris, and Brandon A. Kohrt. 2016. “Utilization of Standardized Mental Health Assessments in Anthropological Research: Possibilities and Pitfalls.” Cult Med Psychiatry.

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