BOOKS 

More or Less Dead: Feminicide, Haunting, and the Ethics of Representation in Mexico. University of Arizona Press. March 2015.   

BOOK TRANSLATIONS 

Cardona,  Julián. Abecedario de Juárez: An Illustrated LexiconTrans. Alice Driver. University of Texas Press. Forthcoming 2022. 

San Martin, Griselda. Tijuana. Trans. Alice Driver. KGP, 2019. *acquired for the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art

BOOK CHAPTERS

“Que memanden a matar/ If They Send Someone to Kill Me.” What Things Cost: An Anthology for the People. Edited by RebeccaGayle Howell, Ashley M. Jones and Emily Jalloul. A fundraiser for the PoorPeople’s Campaign. University of Kentucky Press. Fall 2022.

"Introducción". La perla que se convertió en muro. Kike Gómez. Másquelibros. 2021. 

Red Flag. Foto Evidence. 2021. Introduction by Jon Lee Anderson.

“Borders.” Catalog for painter Lui Xiaodong's exhibit at Dallas Contemporary. 2021. 

“Gender-Based Violence: Tools of the Trade.” Media Coverage of Gender-Based Violence: A Standard-Setting Guide. Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University. Forthcoming 2021.

“What’s Love Got to Do with It? When Femicide is Framed as a Crime of Passion.” Media Coverage of Gender-Based Violence: A Standard-Setting Guide. Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University. Forthcoming 2021.

“The Road to Asylum.” Living with Precariousness. Ed. Christina Lee. I.B. Tauris/Bloomsbury. Forthcoming 2021.

“Journalistic Depictions of Violence against Women in Mexico.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture. Ed. Henry N. Pontell. Oxford University Press. 2017.

“Ciudad Juárez as a Palimpsest: Searching for Ecotestimonios.” Pushing the Boundaries of Latin American Testimony: Metamorphoses and Migrations. Eds. Louise Detweiler and Janis Breckenridge. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 181-200.

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