2018 (under review): Power, Citizen Science and Environmental Learning in the High Andes: The Suma Quta Water Project in Peru
2018 (under review): “States of Emergency: New Writing on Deportation and Democracy,” Latin American Perspectives.
2017: “Agricultural Subsidies and the Environment,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Environmental Science, DOI 10:1093/acrefore/9780199389414.013.310.
2015: “The Paradoxical PANista: The Legacy of President Vicente Fox,” for Eric Zolov, Icons of Mexico, Greenport, CT: Greenwood Press, p. 241-246.
2015, “What Lies Beneath: An Eco-Historical View of High Andes Water Pollution,” Ambiente e Sociedade 18:1
2015, “The Organizers Who Never Gave Up: An interview with Alicia Jrapko, co-founder of the International Committee to Free the Cuban Five, on how persistence pays in uphill political struggles, NACLA Report on the Americas, online edition, January 13, 2015
2015, guest editor and lead author, “Global Water Grab in the Andes,” winter issue feature for NACLA Report on the Americas 47 (1), including the following articles: “Glacial Retreat in the Andes;” “Peru’s Media-Friendly Miining Ban Masks Toxic Inaction;” “U.N. Climate Conference Exposes Peru’s Poor Record on the Environment”
2015, “Both sides now: the rise of migrant activism and co-investment in public works in Zacatecas, Mexico,” with Fernando Robledo in Enduring Reform: Business Responses to Bottom-Up Social Change in the Americas, University of Pittsburgh Press.
2014: “A Din Amid Quiet Ruins,” The Arrow, 1 (2).
2012: “Both Sides Now: Migrant Philanthopy, State Power, and the Struggle for Accountability in the Zacatecas, Mexico” in Terrence Lyons and Peter Mandaville, eds. Diasporas and Globalization: Local Politics from Afar. Hurst/Columbia University Press, pp. 45-67.
2011: “After the Gold Rush in Peru,” Los Angeles Times, August 7 (Sunday), p. A25.
2009: “País de Deus? New Works on Environment and Social Justice in Brazil,” Latin American Perspectives 36(6): 127-130.
2009: With Paul Baker. “Carbon Cap and Trade: How Wall Street Will Game the Regs and Trash the Planet,” CounterPunch, April 15, 2009.
2008. "Eyeing the Storm: New Scholarship on Bolivia,” Latin American Perspectives 35 6): 166-173
2006. “Fighting Corporate Swine.” Politics & Society 34 (3): 369 - 398
2004: “Gringo, We’re Going Home: Latin American Troops Flee Iraq,” CounterPunch, weekend edition, May 1-3, 2004.
2004: “Why France Joined the U.S. in Haiti,” CounterPunch, print edition 11 (4), February 16-23.
2004: With Karl LaRaque. “Marines Retake Haiti: The U.S. Coup Continues,” CounterPunch, March 3.
2004: “Haiti As Target Practice: How the U.S. Media Missed the Story,” CounterPunch, March 1.
2004: “Neoliberalism, Social Programs, and Social Movements in Mexico,” in John Herrick, Paul Stuart, John Graham, Enrique Ochoa, Ruth Britton, eds. The Encyclopedia of Social Welfare History in North America. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.