Pulido, Laura, Ellen Kohl and Nicole-Marie Cotton (2016)
"State Regulation and Environmental Justice: The Need for Strategy Reassessment"
Capitalism Nature Socialism 27 (2): 12-31.
Pulido, Laura (2015) "Geographies of Race and Ethnicity I: White Supremacy vs White Privilege in Environmental Racism Research"
Progress in Human Geography 39 (6): 1-9.
Pulido, Laura (2000) “Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90 (1): 12-40.
Pulido, Laura and Peña, Devon (1998) “Environmentalism and Positionality: The Early Pesticide Campaign of the United Farm Workers’ Organizing Committee, 1965-71”
Race, Class & Gender 6(1): 33-50.
Pulido, Laura (1996) "A Critical Review of the Methodology of Environmental Racism Research" Antipode 28(2): 142-159.
Pulido, Laura, Steve Sidawi and Bob Vos (1996) "An Archaeology of Environmental Racism in Los Angeles" Urban Geography 17(5): 419-439.
Pulido, Laura (1996) "Ecological Legitimacy and Cultural Essentialism: Hispano Grazing in the Southwest" Capitalism Nature Socialism 7 (4): 1-22. Gender 6(1): 33-50.
Pulido, Laura (forthcoming) “Wildfire Rumors and Denial in the Trump Era” in Political Ecologies of the Far Right, eds. I. Allen, K. Ekberg, S. Holgerson, and A. Malm. Manchester University Press.
Pulido, Laura (2019) “Preface” in Latinx Environmentalisms: Place, Justice and the Decolonial
Edited by Sarah Wald, David Vázquez, Priscilla Solis Ybarra and Sarah Jaquette Ray.
Temple University Press. pp. ix-xvi.
Click here to download chapter (PDF)
Pulido, Laura, Tianna Bruno, Cristina Faiver-Serna and Cassie Galentine (2019)
“Spectacular Racism, Environmental Deregulation and the White Nation”
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 109 (2): 520-532.
Click here to download article (PDF)
Pulido, Laura (2018) “Racism and the Anthropocene” in The Remains of the Anthropocene
Edited by Gregg Mitman, Robert Emmett and Marco Armiero.
University of Chicago Press, pp. 116-128.
Pulido, Laura (2017) “The Personal and the Political: Evolving Racial Formations and the Environmental Justice Movement” in Handbook of Environmental Justice, Edited by Ryan Holifield, Jayajit Chakraborty, and Gordon Walker.
Routledge Press, pp. 15-24.
Pulido, Laura (2016) "Flint Michigan, Environmental Racism and Racial Capitalism"
Capitalism Nature Socialism pp 1-16
Pulido, Laura (2016) "Geographies and Race and Ethnicity II: Environmental Racism and Racial Capitalism"
Progress in Human Geography 41 (4): 524-533.
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE &
POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF THE RIGHT
TOURISM, CULTURAL MEMORY
& A PEOPLE'S GUIDE
Pulido, Laura (2022) “Erasing Empire: Commemorating the Mexican-American War in Los Angeles” in Colonial Racial Capitalism, eds. S. Koshy, J. Byrd, L. Cacho, and B. Jefferson. Duke University Press.
(Link to come)
Laura Pulido (2018) "Review of Through Darkness to Light:
Photographs Along the Underground Railroad" by Jeanine Michna-Bales,
The Annals of the Association of American Geographers Review of Books 6 (4): 251-253.
Pulido, Laura (2015) "Landscapes of Racial Violence" in Latitudes: An Angeleno's Atlas, Edited by Patricia Wakida, pp. 63-71. Berkeley: Heydey Books.
Cheng, Wendy, Laura Barraclough and Laura Pulido (2011) “Radicalizing Teaching & Tourism: A People’s Guide as Active and Activist History” Left History 15 (1): 111-127.
Pulido, Laura and Laura Barraclough (2008) “Forum: Geography, Pedagogy and Politics. The People’s Guide to LA: An Experiment in Popular Geography” Progress in Human Geography 32 (5): 680-718.
SELECTED ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS
RACE, INTER-ETHNIC RELATIONS & IMMIGRATION
Carpio, Genevieve, Clara Irazabal and Laura Pulido (2011) “Right to the Suburb? Rethinking Lefebvre and Immigrant Activism” Journal of Urban Affairs 33 (2): 185-208.
Pulido, Laura (2009) “Immigration Politics and Motherhood:" Amerasia 35 (1): 169-178.
Pulido, Laura (2007) “A Day Without Immigrants” Antipode 39 (1): 1-7.
Nieva, Chrisshona Grant, Laura Pulido, with Nate Sessoms (2014) “Beyond Conflict and Competition: How Color-blind Ideology Affects Blacks’ and Latinos’ Understanding of Their Relationships" Kalfou: A Journal of Ethnic Studies 1(1): 87-116.
Pulido, Laura and Juan De Lara (2018) “Reimagining ‘Justice’ in Environmental Justice: Radical Ecologies, Decolonial Thought, and the Black Radical Tradition ” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 1 (1-2): 76-98.
Pulido, Laura (2016). “Checkered Choices, Political Assertions: The Unarticulated Racial Identity of the Asociación Nacional México-Americana” in Critical Ethnic Studies: A Reader , Edited by N. Elia, D. Hernandez, J. Kim, S. Redmond, D. Rodriguez, and S. See, pp. .463-476. Durham: Duke University Press.
Pulido, Laura and Manuel Pastor (2013) “Where in the World is Juan - and What Color is He? The Geography of Latina/o Racial Identity in Southern California” American Quarterly 65 (2): 309-341.
Pulido, Laura (2002) “Reflections on a White Discipline” Professional Geographer 54(1): 42-49.
Pulido, Laura (2014). “Faculty Governance at the University of Southern California" The Imperial University: Race, War, and the Nation-State, Edited by Sunaina Maira and Piya Chatterjee. University of Minnesota Press, pp. 145-168.
Pulido, Laura and Juan De Lara (2018) “Reimagining ‘Justice’ in Environmental Justice: Radical Ecologies, Decolonial Thought, and the Black Radical Tradition ”
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 1 (1-2): 76-98.
Pulido, Laura (2008) “FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions on Being a Scholar/Activist.” In Engaging Contradictions: Theory, Politics and Methods of Activist Scholarship, Edited by Charles Hale. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 341-366.
Pulido, Laura (2003) “The Interior Life of Politics” Ethics, Place and Environment 6 (1): 46-52.
Houston, Donna and Laura Pulido (2002) "The Work of Performativity: Staging Social Justice at the University of Southern California” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20: 401-424.
Pulido, Laura (2002) "Race, Class, and Political Activism: Black, Chicana/o and Japanese American Leftists in Southern California, 1968-1978" Antipode 34 (4): 762-788.