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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

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Journal Articles

  • Amaya, Hector. “ICED: Videogames and the Battle between the Citizens and the Human”. Forthcoming at Popular Communication.
  • Amaya, Hector and Allison Perlman, “Owning a Voice: Broadcasting Policy, Media Ownership, and Latina/o Speech Rights.” Communication, Culture, & Critique 6, no. 1 (March 2013): 142-160.
  • Amaya, Hector. “Citizenship, Diversity, Law, and Ugly Betty.” Media, Culture, & Society 32, no. 5 (Fall 2010): 801-817.
  • Amaya, Hector. “Racialized Documentary Reception of Ken Burn’s Jazz: Investigating Methodology.” Television & New Media 9, no. 2 (March 2008): 111-130.
  • Amaya, Hector. “Amores Perros and Racialised Masculinities in Contemporary Mexico.” New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 5, no. 3 (Fall 2007): 201-216.
  • Amaya, Hector and Laura Senio-Blair, Laura. “Bridges Between the Divide: The Female Body in Y tu Mamá También and Machuca.” Studies in Hispanic Cinema 4, no. 1 (Winter 2007): 47-62.
  • Amaya, Hector. “Latino Immigrants in the American Discourses of Citizenship and Nationalism During the Iraqi War.” Critical Discourse Studies 4, no. 3 (Dec. 2007): 237-256. Lead article
  • Amaya, Hector. “Performing Acculturation: Rewriting the Latina/o Immigrant Self.” Text & Performance Quarterly 27, no. 3 (July 2007): 194-212.
  • Amaya, Hector. “Dying American or the Ontological Violence of Citizenship: Latinos in Iraq.” Latino Studies 5, no. 1 (April 2007): 3-24. Lead Article
  • Amaya, Hector. “Photography as Technology of the Self: Matuschka’s Art and Breast Cancer.” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 17, no. 4 (July-August 2004): 557-573.
  • Amaya, Hector and Petersen, Jennifer, “Constructing an Illness: Breast Cancer and Discourse,” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 17, no. 4 (July-August 2004): pp. 467-472.

Book chapters

  • Amaya, Hector, “The Dark Side of Transnational Latinidad: Narcocorridos and the Branding of Authenticity.” In Contemporary Latin@/Latin American Media, edited by Arlene Davila and Yeidy Rivero (New York University Press, 2014). Solicited
  • Amaya, Hector, “Authorship and Death: Narco-Violence in Mexico and the New Aesthetics of Nation.” In Media Authorship, edited by Jonathan Gray and Derek Johnson: Blackwell. Solicited
  • Amaya, Hector, “Dreaming in Spanish: Eva Luna and the Aesthetics of Social Anti-Realism.” In How to Watch Television, edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell: Oxford University Press. Solicited
  • Amaya, Hector “Nativist Liberalism and Spanish Language Media: Commodifying Media Policy.” In Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies, edited by Barbie Zalizer. New York: Routledge. Forthcoming 2012. Solicited
  • Amaya, Hector. “Television/Televisión.” In Flow TV: Television in the Age of Media Convergence, edited by Michael Kackman et. al., 183-98. New York: Routledge, 2011. Solicited

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Amaya, H., “The Role of Mexico’s Plural In Latin American Literary and Political Culture: From Tlatelolco to the ‘Philantropic Ogre’ by John King” Bulletin of Latin American Review (BLAR) (2009). Invited book review
  • Amaya, H., “Latino Perspectives.”In the Encyclopedia of Communication Theory. Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss (eds.), London: Sage Publications (forthcoming 2009). Invited encyclopedia entry
  • Amaya, H., “Citizenship.” In Encyclopedia of Communication Theory. Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss (eds.), London: Sage Publications (forthcoming 2009). Invited encyclopedia entry
  • Amaya, H., “One Language Under…; One Language Up.” In Media Res: A Media Commons Project (September 2007). URL: <http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/videos >Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Television’s Docile Subservience to the Law” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. Vol. 6, Issue 7(September 2007). URL: <http://flowtv.org/> Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Neoliberal Parenting and Television” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. Vol. 6, Issue 4(July 2007). URL: <http://flowtv.org/> Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Hutto’s Children: Maddening Structures of Absence.” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. Vol. 5, Issue 13(May 2007). URL: <http://flowtv.org/> Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Brown Masculinities, quick and swinging.” In Media Res: A Media Commons Project (March 2007). URL: <http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/videos >Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Queering Justin.” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. Vol. 5, Issue 10(March 2007). URL: <http://flowtv.org/> Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Film is the new low, television the new high: some ideas about time and narrative conservatisms.” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. Vol. 5, Issue 6(January 2007). URL: <http://jot.communication.utexas.edu/flow/>Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., “Segregados: Why it is ok to ignore Spanish-speaking Television,” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, Vol. 5, Issue 5(October 2006). URL: <http://jot.communication.utexas.edu/flow/>Non-refereed article
  • Amaya, H., Barnett, K., Bowman, S., Santo, A., “Sounding Off: Film Sound/music,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 51 (Spring 2003). Co-editor
  • Amaya, H., Barnett, K., Bowman, S., Santo, A., “Introduction to Sounding Off: film sound/music,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 51 (Spring 2003). Co-authored Introduction
  • Barnett, K., Amaya, H., Bowman, S., Santo, A., “An Interview with Rick Altman,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 51 (Spring 2003). Interview
  • Bowman, S., Amaya, H., Barnett, K., Santo, A., “Panel Discussion on Film/Sound Music: Jim Buhler, Anahid Kassabian, David Neumeyer, Robynn Stilwell,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 51 (Spring 2003). Interview
  • Amaya, H., “Beauty and Business: Commerce, Gender, and Culture in Modern America by Philip Scranton,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 49 (Spring 2002): pp. 97-99. Reviewer
  • Amaya, H., Caudle-Beltrán, M., Kessler, K., Ross, S., Santo, A., “Interview with Thomas Waugh,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 49 (Spring 2002): pp. 39-42. Interview
  • Amaya, H., Caudle-Beltrán, M., Kessler, K., Ross, S., Santo, A., “Interview with Yvonne Tasker,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 49 (Spring 2002): pp. 81-96. Interview
  • Amaya, H., Caudle-Beltrán, M., Kessler, K., Ross, S., Santo, A., “Beauty and the Body in Film, Television, and Popular Culture: A Bibliography,” The Velvet Light Trap, no. 49 (Spring 2002): pp. 81-96. Co-editor, researcher

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