2023"Giving and Taking Voice: Metapragmatic Dismissals of Parents in Child Welfare Court Cases." Law and Social Inquiry. Early View.
2023"Off-the-record: Metapragmatic Distinctions and Linguistic Sympathy among Interpreters in a California Child Welfare Court." American Anthropologist 125: 225–238.
2021“Raciolinguistic Ideologies of ‘Spanish Speakers’ in a California Child Welfare Court.” In Metalinguistic Communities: Case Studies of Agency, Ideology, and Symbolic Uses of Language, edited by Netta Avineri and Jesse Harasta. Palgrave Studies in Minority Languages and Communities series. Palgrave MacMillan.
March 2019Online Interview with Jonathan Rosa on monograph, Looking Like a Language, Sounding Like a Race.
Posted March 18, 2019 on the Communication, Media, and Performance (CaMP) Anthropology Blog.

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