The Monterrey Elite and the Mexican State, 1880-1940. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1988).
El elite regiomontano y el estado mexicano, 1880-1940. (Monterrey, N.L.: Fondo Editorial de Nuevo Leon, 2008). [Spanish translation of publication by University of Texas Press, 1988]
“Golfing in the Desert: Los Cabos and Post-PRI Tourism,” in Holiday in Mexico: Essays on Tourism and Tourist Encounters, eds., Dina Berger and Andrew Wood (Durham: Duke University Press), in press.
Mexico Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in Mexico. Edited with Ana Paula Ambrosi and Silvia Zarate Guzman. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press), forthcoming. [Under contract, due September 2009]
“Los medios de comunicacion en Mexico y los Estados Unidos,” in Los Elites y el Desarrollo, eds., Alejandra Salas-Porras and Karla Valverde (Mexico: SITESA-FCPYS-UNAM), in press.
“Cultural Representation and Mexican Migration,” in Beyond the Border: The History of U.S.-Mexico Migration, ed., Mark Overmyer-Velasquez (Oxford University Press), forthcoming.
Life Stories: Voices from the East Bay Latino Community. (Oakland: Oakland Museum of California, 2004). [also eight exhibit posters with text]
“Tourism in Baja: Of Marinas and Mirages,” in Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies (Fall 2004): 6-7, 40-41.
“Media, Politics and Reform in Mexico: The Specter of Televisa,” in CLAS Newsletter (Fall 2003): 4-5, 29. [Published by the Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley]
“The Selling of Mexico: Tourism and the State, 1929-1952,” in Fragments of a Golden Age: The Politics of Culture in Mexico since 1940, eds., Gilbert M. Joseph, Anne Rubenstein, and Eric Zolov (Durham: Duke University Press, 2001): 91-115.
“Globalization and Latin Media Powers: The Case of Mexico’s Televisa,” in Continental Order? Integrating North America for Cybercapitalism, eds., Vincent Mosco and Dan Schiller (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2001): 64-85. (co-authored with Andrew Paxman)