Peer Reviewed Publications

Campbell, Baird. 2020. “El Archivo del yo.” Antropología y Archivos. Forthcoming.

Campbell, Baird and Nell Haynes. “Introduction: Constructing the Digital Self in the
Global South.” Journal of Language and Sexuality, 9,1 (2020). 1-13.

Campbell, Baird. 2019. “Transgender-Specific Policy in Latin America.” Oxford
Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.

Other Academic Publications

“The Chilean Estallido, Plebiscite 2020, and Legacies of Dictatorship and Truth-Telling.” Anthropology News. Forthcoming.

Online Writing

“Anti-Queer Violence, Bearing Witness, and Thinking with Algorithms 2019
on Social Media/ Violencia anti-queer, testimonio, y el pensamiento
algorítmico en redes sociales” Platypus: The CASTAC Blog. 2019

“The Role of Scientific Discourse in Chile’s Trans Rights Movement/El papel del discurso científico en el movimiento trans chileno.” Platypus: The CASTAC Blog. 2018

“Learning to be Trans on YouTube/Pedagogías Trans en YouTube.” Platypus: The CASTAC Blog. 2017

“¿Cómo llorar la muerte marica?” Disidencia Sexual: Revista Virtual de Arte y Política Feminista. 2016

“What Can Twitter Do to/for the Field?” Platypus: The CASTAC Blog. 2015


Review of Seeking Rights from the Left: Gender, Sexuality, and the Latin American Pink Tide, edited by Elisabeth Jay Friedman. Latin American Research Review. Forthcoming.

Review of Reprojecting the City: Urban Space and Dissident Sexualities in Recent Latin
American Cinema by Benedict Hoff, Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture, Volume 3, Number 2, June 1, 2018.

Review of “How Migration Shaped Communities in Brazil,” Review of Migration and the Making of Industrial São Paulo by Paulo Roberto Ribeiro Fontes, Cosmologics. 2017

M.A. Thesis – Tulane University

Movilh-ization: Hegemonic Masculinity In The Queer Social Movement Industry In Santiago De Chile.” 2014

Greenleaf Prize for best paper by a LAS Graduate Student in the Social Sciences 

“Social Media as a Tool for Linguistic Maintenance and Preservation among the Mapuche.” 2013


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