Sanitizing Rebellion: Physicians, Social Unrest, and Repression in Twentieth Century Mexico — book project
Seeds of Agriculture Innovation: Hybrid Wheat and Knowledge Transfer in Mexico and India — book project
“Technocrats by any other Name: An Indian Agronomist, Diego Rivera, and the Power of non-Capitalist Ideas,” chapter for edited volume on Technocrats in Latin America. Submitted, forthcoming 2018, Duke University Press.
“Una enfermedad monstruo: Indígenas derribando el cerco de la discriminación en salud,” Review. Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 96, no. 4 (November 2016).
“Medicalizing the Borders of an Expanding State: Physicians Reporting from the Frontier of Mexican Progress, 1930-1950,” in W. I. Lee, John W.I. and Michael North, Globalizing Borderlands Studies in Europe and North America. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2016.
“Building the Nation of the Future, One Waiting Room at a Time: Hospitals in the Making of Modern Mexico,” History and Technology, edited by John Krige and Jessica Wang, Volume 31, Issue 3, July 2015, pages 275-294.
“Mexico’s Historical Solutions to Rural Health,” in Health for All the Journey to Universal Health Coverage. York: Center for Global Health Histories, 2015.
“Shadowing the Professional Class: Reporting Fictions in Doctors’ Strikes” Special issue on secret service archives. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, Summer 2013, 19:1, 30-40.
“Introduction: Continuity and Change in the History of Mexican Public Health” as guest co-editor with Ben Smith for Endeavour‘s special issue on History of Public Health in Mexico. Endeavour, vol. 37, Issue 1, 2013: 1-3.
“Science and Public Health in the Century of Revolution,” in Beezley, William. A Companion to Mexican History and Culture. John Wiley & Sons, 2011: 561-574.
“Médicos, Hospitales y Servicios de Inteligencia” in Salud Colectiva. Buenos Aires: Instituto de Salud Colectiva, 7(1), Enero-Abril, 2011: 87-97.
“Searching for Molecules, Finding Rebellion: Echeverría’s ‘Arriba y Adelante’ Populism in Southeastern Mexico” in Populism in twentieth century Mexico: the presidencies of Lázaro Cárdenas and Luis Echeverría, edited by Amelia Kiddle and Maria Muñoz. Tucson: University of Arizona Press: 2010: pp. 87-105.
Jungle Laboratories: Mexican Peasants, National Projects, and the Making of The Pill (Duke University Press, 2009). Winner of the 2010 Robert K. Merton Best Book Award in Science, Knowledge and Technology from the American Sociological Association
“Let’s Become Fewer”: Soap Operas, The Pill and Population Campaigns, 1976-1986, Sexuality Research and Social Policy Journal. September 2007, vol. 4, no. 3., 19-33.
“Uncommon Trajectories: Steroid Hormones, Mexican Peasants and the Search for a Wild Yam Studies” in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Science, Vol. 36, no. 4, December, pp. 743-760. Winner of 2007 Best Article Prize for Science, Health and Society Section of Latin American Studies Association.