Most recent

2020. “Artefacto Explosivo Improvisado: Landmines and Rebel Expertise in Colombian Warfare,” September, 1–21. LINK

2020. On Landmines and Suspicion: How (not) to Walk Explosive Fields. Environment & Planning D: Society & Space’s online Forum. LINK

2020. Mine Detection Dog ‘Unit’: More Than Humans in the Humanitarian World. Platypus: The CLASTAC Blog. LINK

Journal Articles

2017. Co-author. Ethics, Collaboration, and Knowledge Production: Digital Storytelling with Sexually Diverse Farmworkers in California. Lateral: Journal of the Cultural Studies Association. 6(1) Spring. LINK

Book Chapters

2017. The Amputated Body: Ghostly and Literal Presence. In Fanta Castro, Herrero-Olaizola and Rutter-Jensen (eds.), Territories of Conflict: Traversing Colombia through Cultural Studies. New York: University of Rochester Press. LINK


2010. Ellas y nosotras: Luchas y contradicciones en las formas de (auto)representación de la mujer (1930-1932). Bogotá: Colección Prometeo, Universidad de los Andes. LINK

Online publications

2016.  Scaling Up Trust in Suspicious Landscapes: Artefactos Explosivos Improvisados and Humanitarian Demining in Colombia. Backchannels, Society for Social Studies of Science. LINK

Work Progress

In Preparation  Suspicious Landscapes: Humanitarian Demining and Peace Laboratories in Rural Colombia [Book Manuscript]

In Preparation. Playful Intra-Actions. The Allure of the Kong and the Affective Relations of Mine Detection Training. Environmental Humanities. . Environmental Humanities [Journal Article]