Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

2022 “Learning from Senselessness: The Act of Reading in Horacio Castellanos Moya’s Insensatez,” Teaching Central American Literature in a Global Context, edited by Mónica Albizúrez and Gloria Chacón, Options for Teaching Series, MLA.

2022 “Stories of Giving Birth in Central America: Class, Race, and Politics in Women’s Health,” Healthcare in Latin America: A Reader, edited by David Dalton and Doug Weatherford, University of Florida Press. (co-authored with Alicia Miklos), 169-183.

2021 “Hippopotamus Dead or Alive: Animals and Trauma in Narratives of the Drug War,” Revista Hispánica Moderna, vol 74 no. 2, pp. 184-199.

*honorable mention, best article in the humanities, LASA-Mexico, 2022*

2020 “Uneven Battles: Central American Cold War Literature,” The Palgrave Handbook of Cold War Literature, edited by Andrew Hammond, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 451-470.

2020 “Naturaleza, tecnología y guerra: Modernidad encantada en la música sandinista,” TRANS. Revista Transcultural de Música, vol. 24, pp. 1-13.

2018 “¿El arma en la sociedad? La novela del desmovilizado, militarismo e introspección en la obra de Castellanos Moya,” Tiranas ficciones. Poéticas y políticas de la escritura en la obra de Horacio Castellanos Moya, edited by Magdalena Perkowska and Oswaldo Zavala, Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana. pp. 189-211.

2018 “El rifle como reliquia en las memorias letradas sandinistas: Gioconda Belli y Sergio Ramírez,” Revista Telar, no. 21, pp. 113-136.

2017 “In the Company of Animals: Otherness, Empathy, and Community in De fronteras by Claudia Hernández,” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, vol. 51 no. 3, pp. 571-593.

2014 “In the Crossfire: Rascón Banda’s Contrabando and the ‘Narcoliterature’ Debate in Mexico,” Latin American Perspectives, vol. 41 no. 2: pp. 161-176. (translated from Spanish by Richard Stoller)

2009 “Travelers and Littérateurs at the Banks of the San Juan River: Intertextual Fluxion and the Desire for Universality (in Texts by Ephraim G. Squier, Mark Twain, José Coronel Urtecho and Gioconda Belli),” Ciberletras, no. 21. n.p. (word count: 8663)

2008 “¿El río San Juan como mausoleo de modernidades de Nicaragua? La negociación literaria del significado de modernidad a las orillas del río,” L'Ordinaire Latino-américain, 211: pp. 145-164.