Iraj Omidvar and Anne R. Richards. Muslims and American Popular Culture. Praeger.
Anne R. Richards and Iraj Omidvar. Historic Engagements with Occidental Cultures, Religions, Powers. Palgrave Macmillan.
Hallward, Maia, and Julie M. Norman. Understanding Nonviolence: Contours and Contexts. Polity Press.
Hallward, Maia. Transnational Activism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Janoski, Thomas, and Darina Lepadatu. Dominant Divisions of Labor: Models of Production that Have Transformed the World of Work. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Pallas, C. Transnational Civil Society and the World Bank: Investigating Civil Society’s Potential to Democratize Global Governance. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
Hallward, Maia Carter. Struggling for a Just Peace: Israeli and Palestinian Activism in
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Lepadatu, Darina, and Thomas Janoski. Diversity at Kaizen Motors: Gender, Race, Age and Insecurity in a Japanese Auto Transplant. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Swint, Kerwin. The King Whisperers: Power Behind the Throne from Rasputin to Rove. Union Square Press.
Adebayo, Akanmu G., In the Sphere of the Dragon: China’s Economic Relations with Africa in the New Millennium. Ibadan: Ibadan School of History Monograph Series No. 2.
Adebayo, Akanmu G., Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Joseph Kingsley Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Brick, Howard, Robbie Lieberman, and Paula Rabinowitz, eds. Lineages of the Literary Left: Essays in Honor of Alan M. Wald. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
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Benjamin, Jesse, M. B. Levy, Sara Kershnar, Mortaza Sahibzada, eds. Greenwashing Apartheid: The Jewish National Fund’s Environmental Cover-Up. JNF eBook Series, Vol. 4. IJAN.
Cerami, Joseph R., Robert H. Dorff, and Matthew Harber, eds. National Security Reform 2010: A Midterm Assessment. Carlisle, PA: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute.
Hallward, Maia Carter, and Julie M. Norman, eds. Popular Resistance in Palestine: Activism and Advocacy in the Second Intifada. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Adebayo, Akanmu, Olutayo Adesina, and Rasheed Olaniyi, eds. Marginality and Crisis: Globalization and Identity in Contemporary Africa. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Butcher, Charity. Terrorism and External Audiences: Influencing Foreign Intervention into Civil Wars. Terrorism and Political Violence. DOI:10.1080/09546553.2014.955572.
Butcher, Charity, and Timothy Kersey. When Winning is Really Losing: Teaching Awards and Women Political Science Faculty. PS: Political Science and Politics 48(1):138-141.
Fryer, Heather, Robbie Lieberman, and Andrew Barbero. Introduction: Within the Folds of the Complex: Art, Activism, and the Cultural Politics of Peacemaking. Robbie Leiberman, Heather Fryer, and Andrew Barbero, eds. Art, Activism, and the Cultural Politics of Peacemaking. Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research 40(1, Special Issue):1-10.
Lundy, Brandon D. Trading on the Margins: Locating Continuities of Exchange in Guinea-Bissau. African Identities. Forthcoming.
Marktanner, Marcus, Luc Noiset, and Eddie Mienie. From Armed Conflict to Disaster Vulnerability. Disaster Management and Prevention 24(1):53-69.
Pallas, C., K. Fletcher, and B. Han. Why Do Activists Lobby Institutions that Have Already Reformed? Modeling Target Selection and Learning in NGO Advocacy. Journal of International Relations and Development. Forthcoming.
Pallas, C., D. Gethings, and M. Harris. Do the Right Thing: The Impact of INGO Legitimacy Standards on Stakeholder Input. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26(2). Forthcoming.
Pynn, Thomas. Introducing Students to the Cinematic Art of Akira Kurosawa and Hayao Miyazaki. Journal of Global Initiatives, Special Issue on Japan. Forthcoming.
Sen, Debarati. The Affective Work of Marketing and Consuming Fair Trade Coffee. Anthropology of Work Review. Forthcoming.
Sen, Debarati, and Sarasij Majumder. Narratives of Risk and poor rural Women’s (dis) Engagements with Microcredit-Based Development in Eastern, India. Critique of Anthropology 53(2). Forthcoming.
Benjamin, Jesse. Reading Du Bois on East Africa: Epistemological Implications of Apartheid Constructions of Knowledge. Phylon 1(1).
Bhasin, Tavishi, Sam Bell, Amanda Murdie, and Chad Clay. Taking the Fight to Them: Neighborhood INGOs and Domestic Protest. British Journal of Political Science 44(4):853-875.
Butcher, Charity. Can Oil-Reliant Countries Democratize? An Assessment of the Role of Civil Society in Algeria. Democratization 21(4):722-742.
Franke, Volker C., and Eliza Markley. International Military Education and the Propensity for Building Social Capital. Political and Military Sociology—An Annual Review 42:31-50.
Hallward, Maia, and Jennifer P. Berg. The Olympia Food Co-op Boycott: Nonviolent Struggle versus Conflict Resolution Process. Conflict Resolution Quarterly 32(1):33-54.
Lieberman, Robbie. Pete Seeger, the 1960s, and US popular culture: a reminiscence. The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture 6(2):257-259.
Lopes, Jessica, and Brandon D. Lundy. Secondary Diaspora: Cape Verdean Immigration to the Southeastern United States. Southern Anthropologist 36(2):70-102.
Lundy, Brandon D. Negotiating Development: Valuation of a Guesthouse Project in Southern Guinea-Bissau. Journal of International and Global Studies 6(1):72-89.
Marktanner, Marcus, and Rebecca LeFebvre. Did 9/11 change the New York state of mind? Lessons from NYC’s Leisure and Hospitality Labour Market. Tourism Economics 20(4):831-848.
Marktanner, Marcus, and Maureen Wilson. Pancasila – Roadblock or Pathway to Economic Development? Journal of Applied Economics in Developing Countries 1(1):1-13.
Marktanner, Marcus. The Social Market Economy – Assembled in Germany, Not Made in Germany! The EuroAtlantic Union Review 1:77-114.
Pallas, C., and A. Uhlin. Civil Society Influence on International Organizations: Theorizing the State Channel. Journal of Civil Society 10(2):184-203.
Pynn, Thomas. The Dao De Jing on Cultivating Peace. Peace Review 26(3):357-364.
Sen, Debarati. Fair Trade vs. Swaccha Vyāpār: Women’s Activism and Transnational Justice Regimes in Darjeeling, India. Feminist Studies 40(2):444-472.
Stura, C., and D. D. Lepadatu. The Black Box of Diversity in Sport Teams: Converging Factors and Theoretical Explorations. International Journal of Sport and Society 4. Forthcoming.
Swint, Kerwin, Carolyn Carlson, Jeff Dewitt, and Josh Azriel. An Applied Learning Experience: Field Research and Reporting at the 2012 National Party Conventions. International Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 8(2): Article 14.
Adebayo, Akanmu. Brain Drain-Brain Gain: Leveraging the Nigerian Diaspora for the Revitalisation of Nigerian Higher Education. Ibadan Journal of History 1:1-29.
Ballard, Elle, Miriam W. Boeri, and Darina Lepadatu. Incorporating Ethics Holistically: A Case Study in Research Methods Courses for Undergraduates. The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology 5(2): Article 6.
Bhasin, Tavishi, and Jennifer Gandhi. Timing and Targeting of State Repression in Authoritarian Elections. Electoral Studies 32(4):620-631.
Bhasin, Tavishi, and Maia Hallward. Hamas as a Political Party: Democratization in the Palestinian Territories. Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence 25(1):75-93.
Franke, Volker C., and Rebecca LeFebvre. Culture Matters: Individualism vs. Collectivism in Conflict Decision-Making. Societies 3:128-146.
Gao, H. M. Culture Determines Business Models: Analyzing Home Depot’s Failure Case in China for International Retailers from a Communication Perspective. Thunderbird International Business Review 55(2):173-191.
Hallward, Maia. The Ramallah Friends Meeting: Examining 100 years of Peace and Justice Work. Quaker Studies 18(1):76-95.
Hanna, Michael, and Marcus Marktanner. Legitimacy and Market Development Risks of Sovereign Wealth Funds. International Journal of Public Policy 9(4/5/6):400-415.
Hayes, S. Building peace across the educational curriculum: Book review of “Peace Education: How we come to love and hate war.” Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 19(4):421-422.
Hayes, S. The digital natives are restless: Engaging high conflict parents through technology. ACResolution: The quarterly magazine of the Association for Conflict Resolution 12(3):9-12.
Lyubansky, M., P. Harris, W. Baker, and C. Lippard. “One Day on the Red Hills of Georgia”: The Effects of Immigration Status on Latino Migrants’ Experience of Discrimination, Utilization of Public Services and Attitudes toward Acculturation. NORTEAMÉRICA 8:85-117.
Marktanner, Marcus, and Luc Noiset. Food Price Crisis, Poverty, and Inequality. The Developing Economies 51(3):303–320.
Marktanner, Marcus, and Luc Noiset. Social versus Conservative Democracies and Homicide Rates. International Journal of Social Economics 40(4):292-310.
Pallas, C., and J. Urpelainen. Mission and Interests: The Strategic Formation and Function of
North-South NGO Campaigns. Global Governance 19(3):401-423.
Shock, D. R. The Significance of Opposition Entrepreneurs on Local Sales Tax Referendum Outcomes. Politics and Policy 41(4):589-615.
Swint, Kerwin, Jeff Dewitt, and Carolyn Carlson. A Comparative Case Study of Georgia Delegations at the 2012 National Party Conventions. Georgia Journal of Public Policy. Forthcoming.
Butcher, Charity. Teaching Foreign Policy Decision-Making Processes Using Role-Playing Simulations: The Case of US-Iran Relations. International Studies Perspectives 13(2):176-194.
Franke, Volker C. Armor All: The Self-Conception of Private Security Contractors. Peace and Conflict Studies 19(2):259-284.
Hallward, Maia, and Patrick Shaver. “War by other Means” or Nonviolent Resistance? Examining the Discourses Surrounding Berkeley’s Divestment Bill. Peace and Change 37(3):389-412.
Hayes, S., M. Grady, and H. Brantley. Emails, Statutes, and Personality Disorders: A survey of the processes, interventions, and perspectives of parenting coordinators. Family Court Review 50(3):429-440.
Hayes, S., J. Roberts, C. Witty, and R. Nunn. The Greensboro Landlord Tenant Dispute Program: Developing and sustaining a responsive dispute resolution program. Resolved: The Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution 2(2).
Hedeen, Timothy. Remodeling the Multi-door Courthouse to ‘Fit the Forum to the Folks’: How Screening and Preparation will Enhance ADR. Marquette Law Review 95(3):941-954.
Lepadatu, Darina. The Transformative Power of Faculty Development Abroad: A Romanian Scholar's Role to Internationalization of Higher Education. The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology 4(2): Article 7.
Lundy, Brandon D. Ethnic Encounters and Everyday Economics in Kassumba, Guinea-Bissau. Ethnopolitics 11(3):235-254.
Lundy, Brandon D. Playing the Market: How the cashew ‘commodityscape’ is redefining Guinea-Bissau’s countryside. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFÉ) 34(1):33-51.
Marktanner, Marcus, Lana Salman, and Hania Bekdash. An Explorative Study in Qualitative Regime Transitions. Journal of International Development 24(2):152-166.
Noiset, Luc P., and Xudong Chen. Environmental Assistance, Club Membership and Transboundary Pollution. Southwestern Journal of Economics 11(3).
Pallas, C., and J. Urpelainen. NGO Monitoring and the Legitimacy of International Cooperation: A Strategic Analysis. Review of International Organizations 7(1):1-32.
Pallas, C. Identity, Individualism, and Activism beyond the State: Examining the Impacts of Global Citizenship. Global Society 26(2):169-189.
Paracka Jr., Daniel J. China's Three Teachings and the Relationship of Heaven, Earth and Humanity. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 16(1):73-98.
Sen, Debarati, and Sarasij Majumder. Fair Trade and Fair Trade Certification of Agro-Food Products: Promises, Pitfalls and Possibilities. Environment and Society 2(1):29-47.
Sen, Debarati. Organic Tea Farmers and the Organic Metaphors of Anxiety in Darjeeling. Association for Feminist Anthropology Feature, Anthropology News 53(5).
Adebayo, Akanmu. The New African Diaspora: Engaging the Question of Brain Drain-Brain Gain. Journal of Global Initiatives 6(1):61-89.
Benjamin, Jesse. Decolonizing Nationalism: Reading Nkrumah and Nyerere’s Pan-African Epistemology. Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets 3(1):229-269.
Bhasin, Tavishi, and Amanda Murdie. Aiding and Abetting? An Events Data Study of the Impact of International NGOs on Domestic Anti- Government Protest. Journal of Conflict Resolution 55(2):163-191.
Dorff, Robert H. Understanding and Teaching Strategy at the U.S Army War College. Militært Tidsskrift 140(4):281-291.
Franke, Volker C., and Marc von Boemcken. Guns for Hire: Motivations and Self-Perception of Private Security Contractors. Armed Forces and Society 37(4):725-742.
Franke, Volker C. Decision-Making under Uncertainty: Using Case Studies for Teaching Strategy in Complex Environments. Journal of Military and Strategic Studies 13(2):1-21.
Franke, Volker C. Service vs. Profit: The Motivation of Contractors. International Journal of Peace Operations 7(1):29-30.
Gao, M. H. The 2007 Chinese Pet Food Crisis: On U.S. Media’s Coverage and U.S. Pet-owners Reactions. Journal of Emerging Knowledge in Emerging Markets 3:411-426.
Hallward, Maia. Pursuing ‘Peace’ in Israel/Palestine. Journal of Third World Studies 28(1):185-202.
Hayes, S. Family dispute resolution in North Carolina: Considerations for practitioners and policymakers. The Peacemaker: The Official publication of the Dispute Resolution Section of the North Carolina Bar Association 26(1):5-6.
Hayes, S., C. Witty, and R. Nunn. The Greensboro Landlord Tenant Dispute Program. The Peacemaker: The Official Publication of the Dispute Resolution Section of the North Carolina Bar Association 25(2):8-9.
Lieberman, Robbie. ‘Measure Them Right’: Lorraine Hansberry and the Struggle for Peace. Science and Society 75(2):206-235.
Lundy, Brandon D. Dearly Deported: Social Citizenship of Undocumented Minors in the US. Migration Letters 8(1):55-66.
Markley, Eliza, and Darina Lepadatu. Societal Sources of Negative Attitudes against the Roma. Journal of Global Initiatives 6(2): Article 9.
Marktanner, Marcus, and Lana Salman. Economic and Geopolitical Dimensions of Renewable vs. Nuclear Energy in North Africa. Energy Policy 39(8):4479-4489.
Priestley, J., and J. Massey. Counting the Impossible: Sampling and Modeling to Achieve a Large State Homeless Count. Journal of Public Management and Social Policy Spring:85-106.
Pynn, Thomas. Are there Ethical Implications of Karma? Southeast Review of Asian Studies 33:199-207.
Sen, Debarati. Speech Genres and Identity: the Place of Adda in Bengali Cultural Discourse. JEKEM (Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets 3: Article 30.
Sen, Debarati. Can Trade Based Human Rights Interventions Promote Collective Empowerment of Workers in the Global South? Human Rights Forum, Anthropology News 52(8):19-20.
Zimmermann, Ulf. Empathy, Ethics, Emotional Labor, and the Ethos of Democracy. Public Administration Review 71(3):497-501.
Bingham, Lisa Blomgren, Susan S. Raines, Timothy Hedeen, and Lisa Marie Napoli. Mediation in Employment and Creeping Legalism: Implications for Dispute System Design. Journal of Dispute Resolution 2010(1):129-150.
Dorff, Robert H. The Civilian-Military Nexus in the Post-Cold War Era. Public Administration Review: Theory to Practice On-Line Forum 70(2):43-51.
Ewoh, Andrew I. E., and Ulf Zimmermann. Public-Private Collaborations: The Case of Atlanta Metro Community Improvement District Alliance. Public Performance and Management Review 33(3):395-412.
Gao, H., and P. Prime. Facilitators and obstacles of American companies in China: The UPS case. Global Business Languages 15(1):48-75.
Hallward, Maia Carter. International Relations Scholarship, Academic Institutions and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Cambridge Review of International Studies 23(2):259-280.
Hallward, Maia. Turkey: Politics at the Crossroads of Civilization. Journal of Global Initiatives 4(2): Article 5.
Hayes, S. “More of a street cop than a detective”: An analysis of the roles and functions of parenting coordinators in North Carolina. Family Court Review 48(4):698-709.
Hedeen, Timothy, Susan S. Raines, and Ansley Barton. Mediation Training: A Literature Review of Adult Education and Training Design. Conflict Resolution Quarterly 28(2):157-182.
Johnson, P., J. Priestley, K. J. Porter, and J. Petrillo. Complementary and alternative medicine: Attitudes and use among health educators in the United States. American Journal of Health Education 41(3):167-177.
Pallas, C. Revolutionary, Advocate, Agent, or Authority: Context-based Assessment of Democratic Legitimacy in Transnational Civil Society. Ethics and Global Politics 3(3):217-
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Raines, Susan, Timothy Hedeen, and Ansley Boyd Barton. Best Practices for Mediation Training and Regulation: Preliminary Findings. Family Court Review 48(3):541-554. 2010
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Shock, D. R. Home Rule for School Districts? An Interstate Analysis of Local School District Discretionary Authority in the U.S. New England Journal of Political Science V(1):3-43.
Warnecke, Andrea, and Volker C. Franke. Sustainable Conflict Transformation: An Analytical Model for Assessing the Contribution of Development Activities to Peacebuilding. International Journal of Peace Studies 15(1):71-93.
Adjei, Joseph Kingsley, and Akanmu G. Adebayo. Colonial Justice and Conflict Management: The Case of Chief Seniagya and the Ashanti Golden Stool. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Joseph Kingsley Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. Pp. 103-114. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
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Hallward, Maia. A 'Peace by Piece' Look at the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. In Lucia Volk, ed. The Middle East in the World: An Introduction. Chapter 11. Routledge.
Lieberman, Robbie. The Missing Peace: Charlotta Bass and the Vision of the Black Left in the Early Cold War Years. In Howard Brick, Robbie Lieberman, Paula Rabinowitz, eds. Lineages of the Literary Left. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
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Adjei, Joseph Kingsley, and Akanmu G. Adebayo. Indigenous Conflict Resolution Strategies in Monarchical Systems: Comparison of the Nature, Effectiveness, and Limitations of the Yoruba and Akan Models. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 85-102.Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Bingol, Baran, and Jesse Benjamin. Mesopotamia’s Indigenous Revival: Discourse, Representation and Imagined Sovereignty. In Akanmu Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 217-238. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Benjamin, Jesse. ‘What About the Half, That’s Never Been Told?’: Jewish Whiteness as a Barometer of the Pitfalls of Modern Unicentric Epistemology. In Babacar M’bow, Carole Boyce Davies, and Adrienne von Lates, eds. MOCA: Reclaiming Art, Power, Ideas and Vision in an Ethnically Plural Community. North Miami: Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami.
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Dorff, Robert H. U.S. National Security Strategy and NATO. In Liselotte Odgaard, ed. Strategy in NATO: Preparing for an Imperfect World. Pp. 43-58. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan.
Lieberman, Robbie. The Long Black and Red Scare: Anticommunism and the African American Freedom Struggle. In Robert Justin Goldstein, ed. Little Red Scares: Anticommunism and Political Repression in the United States, 1921-1946. Pp. 261-288. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing.
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Marktanner, Marcus, Brian Calfano, and Christina Michelmore. Elite-Led Consideration of the Role of Women in MENA Politics - Some Initial Experimental Findings. In Brian Calfano, ed. Assessing MENA Political Reform, Post- Arab Spring: Mediators and Microfoundations. Pp. 151-171. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
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Benjamin, Jesse. Katama Mkangi’s Subaltern Sociology: Legacies of Race and Colonialism at the Coast of East Africa. In Rebecca Gearhart and Linda Giles, eds. Recentering Kenya Coastal History and Culture: The Mijikenda and their Neighbors. Africa World Press.
Gao, H. M., and E. Gheorghiu. Powering toward ‘Cultural Hybridization’ in Post–Acquisition Integration: A Six-Tier Communication Gap Learned from the Case of Duracell and Nanfu. In Transforming Business, Transforming People: The Art and Science to Build High-Performance Organizations in a Global Environment. Pp.167-181. Bucharest: ASEBUS.
Gao, M. H., and D. Womack. How Caucasian parents communicate identity to adopted Chinese daughters. In A. Gonzalez and T. M. Harris, eds. Mediating Cultures: Parenting in Intercultural Contexts. Pp. 43-57. Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books.
Lieberman, Robbie. ‘Put My Name Down’: U.S. Communism and Peace Songs in the Early Cold War Years. In Robert Adlington, ed. Red Strains: Music and Communism outside the Communist Bloc after 1945. Pp. 119-131. London: Oxford University Press.
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Paracka Jr., Daniel J. The Kalamazoo/Fourah Bay College Connection: Lessons Learned from Study Abroad in Africa. In Brandon D. Lundy, and Solomon Negash, eds. Teaching Africa: A guide for the 21st Century Classroom. Pp. 202-210. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Rodney, Patricia, Asha T. Rodney, Jesse Benjamin, Hashim Gibrill, and Senai Abraha. Walter Rodney and Amilcar Cabral: Common Commitments and Connected Praxis. In Firoze Manji and Bill Fletcher Jr., eds. Claim No Easy Victories: The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral. Pp. 297-314. Dakar: CODESRIA/Daraja, 2013.
Adebayo, Akanmu G. The Nigerian Diaspora’s Understanding of and Responses to Corruption in Nigeria: Empirical Evidence from Nigerians in Georgia, USA. In H. Mohammed, M. Aluaigba, and K. Aminu, eds. Corruption, Governance, and Development in Nigeria: Perspectives and Remedies. Kano, Nigeria: Aminu Kano Center for Democratic Research and Training.
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Lundy, Brandon D. Spiritual Spaces, Marginal Places: The Commodification of a Nalú Sacred Grove. In Sarah Lyon and Christian Wells, eds. Contested Economies: Global Tourism and Cultural Heritage. Pp. 121-142. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press.
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