2013 Food and Identity in the Caribbean. Hanna Garth, Ed. London: Bloomsbury.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
2017 [with Michael Powell] Curating Value(s) with the Retail Brand: Rebranding a Corner Store in South Los Angeles. Journal of Business Anthropology. 6(2):175-198.
2017 Food in Contemporary Cuba. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. William H. Beezley and Robin Derby (Eds.)
2017 "“There is no food”: Coping with Food Scarcity in Cuba Today." Hot Spots, Cultural Anthropology website, March 23.
2014 “They Started to Make Variants”: The Impact of Nitza Villapol’s Cookbooks and Television Shows on Contemporary Cuban Cooking. Food, Culture & Society.
2013 Disconnecting the Mind and Essentialized Fare: Identity, Consumption, and Mental Distress in Santiago de Cuba. In Health Travels: Cuban Health(care) on and off the Island. Nancy J. Burke, Ed., Pp. 54-84. San Francisco, CA: University of California Medical Humanities Press.
2013 Obesity in Cuba: Memories of the Special Period and Approaches to Weight Loss Today. In Reconstructing Obesity: The Meaning of Measures and the Measure of Meanings. Megan B. McCullough and Jessica A. Hardin, Eds., Pp. 89-106. New York: Berghahn Books.
2013 Resistance and Household Food Consumption in Santiago de Cuba. In Food Activism: Agency, Democracy and Economy. Carole Counihan and Valeria Siniscalchi, Eds., Pp. 47-60. London: Bloomsbury.
2012 (Reprinted) Things Became Scarce: Food Availability and Accessibility in Santiago de Cuba Then and Now (Reprint), In Taking Food Public: Redefining Foodways in a Changing World. Psyche Williams-Forson and Carole Counihan, Eds., Pp.59-70. New York: Routledge.
2009 Things Became Scarce: Food Availability and Accessibility in Santiago de Cuba Then and Now. NAPA Bulletin 32: 178-192.