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Grieving Witnesses: The Politics of Grief in the Field

Book
Forthcoming.Grieving Witnesses: The Politics of Grief in the Field. Public Anthropology Series. Berkeley, CA: University of CA Press.
Publication year: 2018

Book Review: Who Owns Haiti? People, Power, and Sovereignty. Robert Maguire and Scott Freeman.

non-refereed articles
Lopez, Patricia J
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. In Journal of Latin American Geography.
Publication year: 2018

Securitization and containment after the Earthquake: Humanitarianism’s dual nature

In Development
Lopez, Patricia J.“Securitization and containment after the Earthquake: Humanitarianism’s dual nature”. To be submitted to Geopolitics
Publication year: 2018

When Lives are at Stake

In Development
Lopez, Patricia J.“‘When Lives are at Stake’: Differential humanity in humanitarian crisis”. To be submitted to Security Dialogue
Publication year: 2018

A love story: for ‘Buddy System’ research in the academy

Journal Article
Patricia J. Lopez and Kathryn Gillespie. 2016. "A love story: for ‘Buddy System’ research in the academy". Gender, Place & Culture. 23 (12): 1689-1700.
Publication year: 2016

Monstrous Microbes: The Racialization of Syphilis in Haiti Under U.S. occupation

In Development
Lopez, Patricia J.and Damian Lim. “Monstrous Microbes: The Racialization of Syphilis in Haiti Under U.S. occupation.” To be submitted to Historical Geography
Publication year: 2018

Birth of US Public Health: Biopolitics and the Marine Health Services

In Development
Lopez, Patricia J.(under review) “Birth of US Public Health: Biopolitics and the Marine Health Services” invited submission to American Studies Quarterly special issue, Origins of Biopolitics in the Americas, edited by Greta LeFleur (Yale) and Kyla Schuller (Rutgers)
Publication year: 2018

Race, class, and care ethics: the US’s H.R.1 tax overhaul bill and uncaring democracy

In Development
Lopez, Patricia J. (revise and resubmit) “Race, class, and care ethics: the US’s H.R.1 tax overhaul  bill and uncaring democracy,” Invited submission for Special Issue, Troubling, Extending and  Expanding Care as part of Gender, Place, and Culture’s 25thAnniversary theme, Feminist Ethos of Care, edited by Anne E. Bartos (University of Aukland)
Publication year: 2018

Igniting a Universal Design Mindset on Campus

non-refereed articles
DeSilva, Erin, Adam Nemeroff, and Patricia J Lopez. 2017 “Igniting a Universal Design Mindset on Campus.” Educase. https://er.educause.edu/articles/2017/12/igniting-a-universal-design-mindset- on-campus
Publication year: 2018

Economies of Death: Economic logics of killable life and grievable death

Book
Patricia J. Lopez and Kathryn Gillespie. 2015. "Economies of death: economic logics of killable life and grievable death". London: Routledge.
Publication year: 2015

American Red Cross posters and the cultural politics of motherhood in World War I

Journal Article
Patricia J. Lopez. 2015. "American Red Cross posters and the cultural politics of motherhood in World War I". Gender, Place and Culture.
Publication year: 2015

Clumsy beginnings: From modernizing mission to humanitarianism in the U.S. occupation of Haiti, 1915 - 1934

Journal Article
Patricia J Lopez. 2015. "Clumsy beginnings: from ‘modernizing mission’ to humanitarianism in the US occupation of Haiti (1915–34)". Environment and Planning A, 47, 11, 2240-2256.
Publication year: 2015

Introduction: Geographies of Humanitarian Violence

Journal Article
Patricia J. Lopez, Lisa Bhungalia, Leonie Newhouse. 2015. “Introduction: Geographies of Humanitarian Violence” Themed Issue (eds). Environment and Planning A.
Publication year: 2015

Assessment of Three Public Safety/Human Services Projects: Court Specialized Tx & Access to Recovery Services (CO-STARS), Get Off the Streets (GOTS), and Communities Uniting Rainier Beach (CURB)

non-refereed articles
Herbert, Steve, Patricia J. Lopez, Matt Townley. 2009. Assessment of Three Public Safety/Human Services Projects: Court Specialized Tx & Access to Recovery Services (CO-STARS), Get Off the Streets (GOTS), and Communities Uniting Rainier Beach (CURB). Seattle: UW. Available at: www.sngi.org/docs/GOTSeval.pdf (City of Seattle Health and Human Services Grant).
Publication year: 2009

Design of Evaluation Model for Three Human Services/Public Safety Programs.

non-refereed articles
Herbert, Steve, Patricia J. Lopez, Matt Townley. 2010. Design of Evaluation Model for Three Human Services/Public Safety Programs. University of Washington, Seattle, WA (City of Seattle, Health and Human Services grant).
Publication year: 2010

South King County Medicaid Access Study: Preliminary Findings.

non-refereed articles
Morrill, Richard, Caren Goldenberg, Tish Lopez, Scott Crain, and Lauren Peach. 2011. South King County Medicaid Access Study: Preliminary Findings. Washington Medical Legal Partnership. Seattle, WA. Available at: http://www.washingtonmlp.org/ (Poverty and Race Research Action Council and Annie E. Casey Foundation grants).
Publication year: 2011

Migration case study: Why does gender matter in migration?

non-refereed articles
Huong, Huang Ti, Niem Tu Huynh, Wei Li, Patricia J. Lopez, and Minori Yuda. 2010. Migration case study: Why does gender matter in migration? In Solem, M., Klein, P., Muñiz-Solari, O., and Ray, W., eds., AAG Center for Global Geography Education. Available: http://globalgeography.aag.org (National Science Foundation grant)
Publication year: 2010