“The Politics of Pregnant Performance in Mexico City: Polvo de Gallina Negra’s Feminist Artistic Interventions in the Public Sphere.” The Missing Mother, edited by Marina Mullaney and Andrea O’Reilly (forthcoming Demeter Press).

“Performative Resurrections: Necropublics and the Work of Guadalupe García-Vásquez.” Re-Public: The New Public Art in Mexico, edited by Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra (forthcoming University of Texas Press).

Book review, Pandemic Performance: Resilience, Liveness, and Protest in Quarantine Times edited by Kendra Capece and Patrick Scorese (Routledge, 2021), forthcoming in Public Art Dialogue.

When in Doubt… Ask: Feminists Take on the Museum Retrospective.” OnCurating: Instituting Feminism 52 (2021): 172-183.

Corrie Boudreaux and Erin L. McCutcheon, “Threading Craftivist Encounters into the Classroom with Bordeamos por la paz,H-ART. Revista de historia, teoría y crítica de arte 6 (2020): 205-232.

“Strategies for Teaching Fred Wilson’s Mining the Museum (1992-93)” Art History Teaching Resources (2019). http://arthistoryteachingresources.org/2019/04/fred-wilson-in-the-classroom/

“The Feminist Logic of ‘Retrocollectivity’: a Conversation with Mónica Mayer and Karen Cordeiro Reiman.” #ERRATA 17 (2018): 188-204.

“Tales We Tell: Imagining Feminist Pasts, Writing Feminist Futures.” Nierika: Revista de estudios de arte – Feminismo y políticas de memoria e imaginación 10.5 (2016): 60–76.

“Dis/Appearance: Self-Portraiture in the Work of Mónica Mayer.” In Si tiene dudas… pregunte: a Retrocollective Exhibition of the Work of Mónica Mayer, edited by Karen Cordero Reiman, 130–138. Mexico City: UNAM, 2016.

“Drawing Time: Mónica Mayer’s Two-Dimensional Performance.” In Si tiene dudas… pregunte: a Retrocollective Exhibition of the Work of Mónica Mayer, edited by Karen Cordero Reiman, 138–145. Mexico City: UNAM, 2016.

“Feminism Unfolding: Negotiating In/Visibility of MexicanFeminist Aesthetic Practices within Contemporary Exhibitions” Artelogie – Art and Gender: Women Creators in Latin America 4 (Janvier 2013).

Book review, Making Art Global (Part 1): The Third Havana Bienale 1989 by Rachel Weiss (London: Afterall Books, 2011) The Journal of Curatorial Studies 3.1 (2014): 162–164.

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