Religion and State Formation in Postrevolutionary Mexico (Duke University Press, 2013)
Personal Enemies of God: Anticlericals and Anticlericalism in Revolutionary Mexico, 1915-1940, special edition of the Americas 65:4 (April 2009), co-edited with Matthew Butler.
Forced Marches: Soldiers and Military Caciques in Modern Mexico (Arizona, 2012)
"'Anti-Priests' versus Catholic-Socialists in 1930s Campeche: Federal Teachers, Revolutionary Communes, and Anticlericalism," in Matthew Butler, ed. Faith and Impiety in Revolutionary Mexico (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007): 203-223.
"Bartolome Garcia Correa and the Politics of Maya Identity in Postrevolutionary Yucatan, 1915-1993," Ethnohistory 55:4 (Fall 2008): 553-578.
Cardenas Compromised: The Failure of Reform in Postrevolutionary Yucatan (Duke, 2001)
Co-edited Journal of Latin American Anthropology special edition "The Maya Identity of Yucatan: Re-Thinking Ethnicity, History, and Anthropology" 9:1 (Spring 2004)
“The Seduction of Revolution: Anticlerical Campaigns against Confession in Mexico, 1914-1935,” Journal of Latin American Studies 45:1 (February 2013): 91-120.
Heroes and Hero Cults in Latin America, co-edited with Samuel Brunk (Texas Press, 2006).
Peripheral Visions: Politics, Society, and the Challenges of Modernity in Yucatan (with Edward Terry, Gil Joseph, and Edward Moseley) (Alabama, 2010)