Exploring Sex and Gender in Bioarchaeology (co-edited with Sabrina C. Agarwal), University of New Mexico Press, 2017.
"Embodying Sex/Gender Systems in Bioarchaeological Research," 2017, In Exploring Sex and Gender in Bioarchaeology, Sabrina C. Agarwal and Julie K. Wesp, eds, pp. 99 - 126.
"Caring for Bodies or Simply Saving Souls: the emergence of institutional care in Spanish Colonial America," 2016, In New Developments in the Bioarchaeology of Care: Case Studies and Extended Theory, Lorna Tilley and Alecia Schrenk, eds., pp. 253 - 276.
"Bioarchaeological Perspectives on the Materiality of Everyday Life Activities," Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, 2015, 26:139 - 148.
"Cloth Production and Economic Intensification in the Area Surrounding Chichén Itzá" (with Traci Ardren, T. Kam Manahan, and Alejandra Alonso), Latin American Antiquity, 2010, 21(3): 274 - 289.
Bioarchaeology; Colonial Latin America (Central Mexico, Yucatan peninsula, Colombia); Mesoamerican archaeology; Afro-Mexican research; gender; embodiment; materialities; critical-race theory; bone biomechanics; activity analysis; labor organization