Articles

“The Xicano Future is Now.” ASAP/Journal 4.2 (2019), pp. 403-428

“The Difference latinidad Makes.” American Literary History 31:1, (2019), pp. 104–121.

“Why I Still Believe in Chicanx Studies” English Language Notes 56:2 (2018), pp. 104-106.

“Picturing Mexican America in the Age of Realism.” American Literary Realism 49:3 (2017), pp. 263-281.

“Feeling Mexican: Ruiz de Burton’s Sentimental Railroad Fiction.” The Latino Nineteenth Century.  Jesse Alemán and Rodrigo Lazo, eds. New York: New York University Press, 2016, pp. 168-190.

“Border Bodies: Dagoberto Gilb’s Phenomenology of Race.” Contemporary Literature 56:4 (2015), pp. 601-633.

“Chicano Vibrations: Notions of Vital Materiality in Lucha Corpi’s Black Widow’s Wardrobe.” Arizona Quarterly 70:2 (2014) pp. 143 – 168.

“On Mentoring First Generation and Graduate Students of Color.” MLA Commons: Committee on the Literatures of People of Color. April 25, 2014. https://clpc.commons.mla.org/on-mentoring-first-generation-and-graduate-students-of-color/

“Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo.” In Oxford Bibliographies in American Literature. Eds. Jackson Bryer and Paul Lauter. New York: Oxford University Press, 27 November 2013 http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/

“Vicente Pérez Rosales’ ‘Algo Sobre California’ – an Introduction.” Heath Anthology of American Literature, 7th edition. Vol B. Ed. Paul Lauter, et. al. Boston: Cenage Learning, 2014. pp. 769-1771.

“¿soy emo y qué? sad kids, punkera dykes, and the Latin@ public sphere” Journal of American Studies 46:4 (2012) 895-918.

“More Than a Fever: Towards a Theory of the Ethnic Archive.” With Dana Williams. PMLA 127:2 (2012) pp. 357-359.

“The Mexican Lieutenant: Emerson, Texas, and The Sentimental Politics of Language.” Western American Literature 45:4 (2011) pp. 385-409.

“The Language of Resistance: Alurista’s Global Poetics.” MELUS: The Journal of The Society for The Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature in the United States 33:1 (2008) pp.  93-116.

“The Political Economy of Early Chicano Historiography: The Case of Hubert H. Bancroft and Mariano G. Vallejo.” American Literary History 19:4 (2008) pp. 874-904.

“Chicano Literature: theoretically speaking, formally reading Ana Castillo’s Sapogonia.Aztlán: a journal of Chicano Studies 32:2 (2007) pp. 139-156.