Orozco’s American Epic: Myth, History, and the Melancholy of Race (Durham: Duke University Press, 2020)
Modern Art in Africa, Asia, and Latin America: An Introduction to Global Modernisms, ed. Elaine O'Brien, Everlyn Nicodemus, Melissa Chiu, Benjamin Genocchio, Mary K. Coffey, and Roberto Tejada (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).
“Corporate Patronage at the Crossroads: Situating Diego Rivera’s ‘Rockefeller Mural’ Then and Now,” Corporate Patronage of Art and Architecture in the United States, Late 19th Century to the Present, eds. Melissa Renn and Monica Jovanovich-Kelley (London: Bloomsbury Press, 2019), 15-38.
“Myth, Melancholy, and History: Figural Dialectics and José Clemente Orozco’s Epic of American Civilization,” What Was History Painting and What Is It Now?, eds. Mark Salber Phillips and Jordan Bear (Ontario: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019), 160-181.
"'All Mexico on a Wall': Diego Rivera's Murals at the Ministry of Public Education," in Mexican Muralism, A Critical History, ed. Alejandro Anreus, Leonard Folgarait, Robin Adele Greeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012).
"An 'AMERICAN Idea': Myth, Indigeneity, and Violence in the Work of Orozco and Pollock," in Men of Fire: José Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Habover, NH: University Press of New England, 2012), 21-36.
"The 'Hovey Mural' and the 'Greening' of Orozco's Epic of American Civilization" in Walter Beach Humphrey's 'Hovey Mural' at Dartmouth College: A Cultural History, ed. Brian P. Kennedy and Katherine Hart (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2011), 79-106.
“’I’m Not the Fourth Great One’: Rufino Tamayo and Mexican Muralism,” in Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted, D. du Pont (ed.), (2007) 247-267.
“Gifting the Cultural-Capitalist State: Consuming Popular Art/ Performing Citizenship in Mexico’s Museums,” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 35 (2017): 1-24.
“Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art in Los Angeles: Transnational Exhibition, Diasporic Emplacement, and the Expedient Politics of Display,” Cultural Studies 32, no. 2 (2017): 194-222.
"Banking on Folk Art: Banamex-Citigroup and Transnational Cultural Citizenship," Bulletin of Latin American Research 29, no. 3 (July 2010): 296-312.
“The American Adonis: A Natural History of the Average American Man, 1921-1932,” in Popular Eugenics: American Mass Culture in the 1930s, ed. Sue Currell and Christina Cogdell (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2006).
“Of Bodies and Embodiment: Fred Wilson’s So Much Trouble in the World, Believe it or Not!,” in So Much Trouble in the World-Believe it or Not!, B Thompson (ed.), (2006) 44-57.
“Toward an Industrial Golden Age? Orozco’s The Epic of American Civilization,” in Orozco at Dartmouth: The Epic of American Civilization (2007), 12-15.
"Coffey: Droning on About the Facts," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, October 3, 2013.
"A Mural Imperative," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, November 11, 2010.
“‘We Other Romantics’: Wenda Gu, Dartmouth, and the Investment in Art’s Transcendence,” Dartmouth Free Press, 8.4 (2007).