Peer-Reviewed Publications, Book Chapters and Book Reviews
2018 Invited Book Review: Landscapes of Power: Politics of Energy In the Navajo Nation, by Dana E. Powell. American Ethnologist.
2018 Is Ethnographic Evidence Public or Private? Opportunities and Challenges to Contemporary Data Sharing Requirements with American Indian Tribes, in Organize This! Data Management for Anthropology. Jerome Crowder and Richard Freeman, eds. Palgrave Publishers. (Accepted 2017, Anticipated Publication in 2019).
2016 Religious Gardens, Pilgrimages And Dancing: A Critique Of Translated Interventions In A Tribal Community, in The Applied Anthropology Of Obesity: Prevention, Intervention And Identity. Chad T. Morris and Alexandra G. DeLaricheliere, eds.. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
2015 Community Based Pilot Study of Diagnostic Paths to the Gluten Free Diet, in International Journal of Celiac Disease. 3.1: 17-24. With Stevenson, J., Rankin-Sunter, K., Maki C., Mosher, M.J., Barrett, C.
2014 The Role of Community Health Centers in Assessing the Social Determinants of Health for Planning and Policy: The Example of Frontier New Mexico. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. Jul-Sep;37(3):258-68. With Cacari-Stone, L., Wilger, S., Cantor, J. & Guzman, C.
2014 Process Evaluation of a Promotora de Salud Intervention for Improving Hypertension Outcomes for Latinos Living in a Rural U.S.-Mexico Border Region. Health Promotion Practice May;15(3):356-64. With Sánchez V., Cacari Stone L., Moffett M.L., Nguyen P., Muhammad M.,Urias-Chauvin R.
Publication In Preparation or Under Review
Under Review Is service work always ‘women’s work’?: Rewards and Regrets of Gendered Institutional Housekeeping.
In Preparation Women are underrepresented on the editorial boards of journals in anthropology: a 40-year analysis of ten anthropology journals
In Preparation Surviving Fieldwork: A Review of Safety Issues Among Anthropology and Biology Field Scientists.
In Preparation Teaching Medical Anthropology: A Content Analysis of U.S. Course Syllabi
In Preparation Multiple Domains of Hypertension Management: Focus Group Findings from Latino Rural Communities in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region. With Lisa Cacari Stone, Victoria Sánchez, Michael Muhammad and Carmen Zamora. (American Public Health Association)
In Preparation Comparative Effectiveness Research of a Primary Care/Promotora de Salud Intervention to Improve Hypertension Control for Latinos: Results from Two Rural Border Communities. With Cacari-Stone, L., Moffett, M., Sanchez, V., Nicolae, L., Muhammad, M., Bleecker, M., Maynes, C., Nguyen, P
In Preparation Community Engaged Comparative Research: A Primary Care Intervention for Reducing Risks of Cardiovascular Disease Among Latinos Living in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region. With Cacari-Stone, L., Moffett, M., Sanchez, V., Nicolae, L., Muhammad, M., Bleecker, M., Maynes, C., Nguyen, P
2018 Is service work always ‘women’s work’?: Rewards and Regrets of Gendered Institutional Housekeeping. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. San Jose, CA. With Sheoran Appleton, Nayantara. (withdrawn)
2017 Gender Representation of Editorial Boards of Ten Anthropology Journals. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington D.C. With Heather Fullerton, PhD., Giselle Kiraly, Emilio Bruna, PhD. (withdrawn)
2017 Preliminary Findings: Gender Representation of Editorial Boards of Ten Anthropology Journals. Western Washington University, Scholars Week. With Heather Fullerton, PhD., Giselle Kiraly, Emilio Bruna, PhD.
2015 Diagnosis of pathological- wheat reactions and the influence of the biomedical paradigm. With JC Stevenson, K Rankin-Sunter, CL Maki, Bruna, S., MJ Mosher, CE Barre.
2013 Sowing Seeds for the Future to Honor Tigua History and Tradition”: Diabetes Prevention Practices at Ysleta del Sur Pueblo. Committee: Dr. Field, Dr. Singer, Dr. Debenport, Dr. Wallerstein, Dr. Lamphere. 2013. PhD. Thesis, University of New Mexico.
2003 Issues of Tigua Recognition: Negotiating Legal and Ethnic Identity on the U.S. – Mexico Border. Committee Chair: Dr. Straus. M.A. Thesis, University of Chicago.
1999 From Failed Literacy Programs to a Pan-Indian Identity: The Role of Indigenismo in the Formation of the Mexican Indian, 1920-1940. Committee Chair: Dr. Straus. B.A. Thesis, University of Chicago.