“American Alternatives: Participatory Futures of Print from New York City’s Nineteenth-Century Spanish-Language Press.” American Literary History. 30.4 (2018). 677-702.
"Telephonic Modernismo: Latinidad and Hemphispheric Print Culture in the Age of Electricity." English Language Notes. 56.2 (2018): 90-103.
“Toward a Latinx Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Remixing, Reassembling, and Reimagining the Archive.” Educational Media International. 54.4 (2017): 304-316.
“Networked Literature: The Crónica Modernista and Nineteenth-Century Media Change.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 50.2 (2016): 321–346.
Invited Book Reviews
Media Laboratories: Late Modernist Authorship in South America by Sarah Ann Wells. Journal of Modern Periodical Studies. 8.1 (2017): 112-118
“Looking Backward: Print and Digital Futures of the Humanities.” American Literary History. 27.2 (2015): 404-416.
“Mirar el mundo como corresponsal: ecos de la prensa en el modernismo de Martí y Casal,” Anuario 30 del Centro de Estudios Martianos . 30 (2007): 137-143.
Works in Progress
Electrifying News: A Hemispheric History of the Present in Modern Media
“Revolution and Latinidad in U.S.-based Modern Media." In Immigration and Exile Foreign-Language Press in the UK and in the US: Comparable (Hi)stories? (19th-21st Centuries), edited by Bénédicte Deschamps and Stéphanie Prévost. Under contract with Bloomsbury Press.
Podcasts and Videos
“Engaging the Archive and its Absences: Futures of Digital Scholarship and Teaching.” Keynote at Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference. Lewisburg, PA, October 2018.
“Yellow Journalism as Civic Media?: Rewiring an Experiment with Nineteenth-Century News.” MIT Comparative Media Studies Colloquium, October 2012
Around the Web
MIT Comparative Media Studies Blog October 21, 2013