2020 “The Things They Carried: A Gendered Rereading of Photographs of Displacement During the Spanish Civil War” (with María Rosón), 21 Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 459-483.
2019 “Combatting Absence: Forensic Science & the Politics of Identification from a Global Perspective.” Cartografía de la desaparición forzada en Colombia, Paco Gómez Nadal, Ed. Heinrich Böll Stiftung. [Spanish]
2017 “Bones, Documents, & DNA: Cultural Property at the Margins of the Law.” Cultural Property (Companion Series), Jane Anderson & Haidy Geismar, Eds. Routledge Press.
2016 “Corresponding from Exile. The Social Lives of Family Photographs of Exiles from Ciudad Real” (with Jorge Moreno Andrés). Pasados de violencia política: Memoria, discurso y puesta en escena, Anexo Editorial. [Spanish]
2015 “The Arts of Recognition,” 7 Anthropology Now 76-93.
2014 “Mass Graves Gone Missing: Producing Knowledge in a World of Absence,” Special Issue: Violence and the Politics of Memory in a Global Context. Culture & History 3(2), http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2014.022.
2013 Chile From Within (ebook). Susan Meiselas, ed. London, Mapp Editions, co-producer & researcher. [Spanish & English]
2013 “The Evidentiary Regimes of Science & Sight: Forensic Science and the Exhumation of the Past.” Human Rights/Copy Rights: Visual Archives in the Age of Declassification. Cristián Gómez-Moya, Ed. Santiago, University of Chile Press. [Spanish & English]
2021 Mirándonos de frente (working title), co-director and producer of documentary film about the Carnation Revolution, militant cinema and the Spanish Transition, in production.
2015 What Remains, Co-director & producer
Distributed by Documentary Educational Resources (DER)
World Premiere: Margaret Mead Film Festival, 2015