Writing

2018                Memory_and_Land_Loss_in_South Louisiana. In, Gender: Space. Aimee Meredith Cox, ed.  Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender series. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.

2017                Hemmerling, S. and Barra, MIncorporating Local Knowledge into Ecological Restoration Assessments – Case Studies in Louisiana – Society for Ecological Restoration Society for Ecological Restoration Newsletter. Volume 31, Issue 3, October 2017.

2017            “Barra (2017) Anthropocene Feminism” edited by Richard Grusin. Gender, Place, and Culture. Published online 08 September 2017. Review.

2016                Natural Infrastructures: Sediment, Science, and the Future of Southeast Louisiana. Engagement: A blog published by the Association of Environmental Anthropology. Published on 3/22/2016.

2015      [book review] “Southern waters: the limits to abundance” by Craig Colten. Journal of Cultural Geography, 32(3): 387-389. Southern_waters

2014     “Reading the Watts Towers, Learning Los Angeles: Story Telling, Public Art, and the Pedagogy of the City,” in Sabato Rodia’s Towers in Watts: Art, Migration, Development, Luisa Del Giudice, ed. Fordham University Press.

2014    [book review] “Re-Imagining The City,” edited by Elizabeth Grierson et al. The Journal of Cultural Geography. Re-imagining the city- art, globalization, and urban spaces

2013    [film review] “El Olvido (Oblivion),” Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, Vol. 18, Issue 3. Barra (2013) “El Olvido” Review

2013    “The Sky is the Limit: Princeton’s Inaugural Happening.” Princeton University Art Museum Magazine. Happening article_winter_2014

2013    “Casting New Jersey: George Segal and the Peripheries of Everyday Life.” Princeton University Art Museum Magazine. 2013 Fall_Segal-1

2013    “George Segal: Casting New Jersey” – Online Exhibition, Princeton University Art Museum: http://artmuseum.princeton.edu/njns/segal-papers

2012     “Performance, Space, and the Bittersweet Narratives of Women in the City,” in Gender, Sexuality, and Urban Space Working Papers Archive, Graduate Consortium of Women’s Studies, MIT. http://web.mit.edu/gcws/news+events/2012UrbanSpacesPublication.html#performance

Writing found on various online outfits:

“Fighting Gun Violence with Style: Newark, NJ”

“Detropia”: A look at the city of the future

Art(s) in transit: Technology, aesthetics, and the art of urban transformation in NYC

“Sculpting Memory”

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