“Walking While Indian, Walking While Black: Policing in a Colonial City.” American Historical Review, June, 2021.
“Distance, Bureaucracy, and Death: Archival Acts.” In Archives and Information in the Early Modern World, ed. Liesbeth Corens, Kate Peters, and Alexandra Walsham, Oxford University Press, 2018.
“The Biography of a Colonial Document: Creation, Mobility, Preservation, Politics, Research.” Peer-reviewed entry for the Latin American History Oxford Research Encyclopedia, December 2016.
Descripción del Reyno de Guatemala (1818) – A Presidential Primer” Introductory essay and transcription of Ramón de Anguiano’s description of Guatemala. Mesoamerica, Issue 54 (Summer 2012)
“The Mail in Time: Postal Routes and Conceptions of Distance in Colonial Guatemala.” Colonial Latin America Review, issue 12.1 (Spring 2012)
“The Criminal Record” – Virginia Quarterly Review, January 2009
“History into Fiction” – Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, 2008
“A Correspondence,” a short story, published in Story Quarterly 39, 2003