Publications

The following is a selected list of my scholarly publications. For a complete list, including publications in reference works and book reviews, consult my cv.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

2017. “Bolivian Politics: Continuities, Changes, and Contradictions.” In Harvey F. Kline, Christine J. Wade, and Howard J. Wiarda (eds.), Latin American Politics & Development, 9th ed. Westview Press.

2013. “Bolivia’s New Multicultural Constitution: The 2009 Constitution in Historical and Comparative Perspective.” In Michael S. Danielson, Todd Eisenstadt, Moisés Jaime Bailón Corres, and Carlos Sorroza Polo (eds.), Understanding Latin America’s Multiculturalism and Autonomy Movements. Oxford University Press.

2012. “Bolivia.” In Jake Dizard, Christopher Walker, and Vanessa Tucker (eds.), Countries at the Crossroads 2011: A Summary of Democratic Governance, 89-110. Rowman & Littlefield.

Journal Articles

2016. “The Santa Cruz Autonomía Movement: A Case of Non-Indigenous Ethnic Popular Mobilization?Ethnopolitics 15 (2): 245-264.

2015. “Mixed-Member Election and Candidate Selection in Bolivia’s 1993 and 1997 Elections.” The Latin Americanist 59 (1): 3-22.

2015. “Cycles of Reform: Placing Evo Morales’s Bolivia in Context.” Latin American Research Review 50 (1): 229-241.

2015. “The 2014 Presidential and Legislative Elections in Bolivia.” Electoral Studies 37: 94-97.

2013. Mihaiela R. Gugiu and Miguel Centellas. “The Democracy Cluster Classification Index.” Political Analysis 21 (3): 334-349.

2012. Miguel Centellas and Gregory J. Love. “We’re Off to Replace the Wizard: Lessons from a Collaborative Group Project Assignment.” PS: Political Science & Politics 45 (3): 506-512.

2011. “Preaching What We Practice: Bringing Scope and Methods ‘Back In’.” PS: Political Science & Politics 44 (4): 817-822.

2010. “Savina Cuéllar and Bolivia’s New Regionalism.” Latin American Perspectives 37 (4): 161-176.

2010. Alpert, Alexandra, Miguel Centellas, and Matthew M. Singer. “The 2009 Presidential and Legislative Elections in Bolivia.” Electoral Studies 29 (4): 757-761.

2010. “Pop Culture in the Classroom: American Idol, Karl Marx, and Alexis de Tocqueville.” PS: Political Science & Politics 43 (3): 561-565.

2009. “Electoral Reform, Regional Cleavages, and Party System Stability in Bolivia.” Journal of Politics in Latin America 1 (2): 115-131.

2008. “From ‘Parliamentarized’ to ‘Pure’ Presidentialism: Bolivia after October 2003.” The Latin Americanist 52 (3): 5-30.

Other Scholarly Contributions

2016. “What Bolivia’s ‘No’ Vote Means for Its Political Future.” Latin America Goes Global, February 24

2016. “Evo Morales and the MAS’s Future.” Latin America Goes Global, February 18

2015. “Reformas Electorales en Bolivia (1985-2014).” Reformas Políticas en América Latina. Proyecto de Reformas Políticas en América Latina (1978-2015). Washington, DC: Secretaría de Asuntos Políticos de la Organización de los Estados Americanos (Organization of American States).

2011. “Beyond Caudillos: The Need to Create a Strong Multiparty System.” ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America 11 (1): 81-82.

2010. “Bolivia’s Radical Decentralization.” Americas Quarterly 4 (3): 34-38.

2010. “Bolivia’s Regional Elections: A Setback for Evo Morales.” AQ Online, April 8

2009. “The Second-Term Challenge for Bolivia’s Evo Morales.” AQ Online, December 15

2008. “Bolivia’s New International Stage.” e-International Relations, July 3