Aldrich, S. P. (2012). Contested Groves: Forest Reserves and Land Conflict in the Eastern Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography11(2), 73-101.

Aldrich, S. P., Simmons, C. S., Perz, S. G., Walker, R. T., & Caldas, M. M. (2007). Spatial processes in scalar context: development and security in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography6(1), 125-148.

Caldas, M. M. & Simmons, C. & Walker, R. & Perz, S. & Aldrich, S. & Pereira, R. & Leite, F. & Arima, E.(2010). Settlement Formation and Land Cover and Land Use Change: A Case Study in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography, 9(1), 125-144.

de Carvalho Dumith, R. (2014). Dinâmicas do sistema de gestão na Reserva Extrativista de Canavieiras, Bahia, Brasil: análise da robustez institucional. Journal of Latin American Geography, 13(1), 89-116.

Denevan, W. M. (2012). Rewriting the Late Pre-European History of Amazonia. Journal of Latin American Geography11(1), 9-24.

Finn, J. C. (2014). Soundtrack of a Nation: Race, Place, and Music in Modern Brazil. Journal of Latin American Geography, 13(2), 67-95.

Frank, Z., & Berry, W. (2010). The slave market in Rio de Janeiro circa 1869: Context, movement and social experience. Journal of Latin American Geography9(3), 85-110.

Gomes, C. V. A., Perz, S. G., & Vadjunec, J. M. (2012). Convergence and Contrasts in the Adoption of Cattle Ranching: Comparisons of Smallholder Agriculturalists and Forest Extractivists in the Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography11(1), 99-120.

Freeman, J. (2014). Raising the Flag over Rio de Janeiro's Favelas: Citizenship and Social Control in the Olympic City. Journal of Latin American Geography, 13(1), 7-38.

Lauriola, V. M. (2013). Indigenous Lands, Commons, Juridical Pluralism and Sustainability in Brazil: Lessons from the Indigenous Lands of Raposa Serra do Sol. Journal of Latin American Geography12(1), 157-185.

Marcus, A. P. (2011). Rethinking Brazil's place within Latin Americanist geography. Journal of Latin American Geography10(1), 131-149.

Pedlowski, M. A. (2013). When the State Becomes the Land Grabber: Violence and Dispossession in the Name of 'Development' in Brazil. Journal of Latin American Geography12(3), 91-111.

Perz, S. G., Caldas, M., Walker, R., Arima, E., & Souza, C. (2008). Road networks and forest fragmentation in the Amazon: Explanations for local differences with implications for conservation and development. Journal of Latin American Geography7(2), 85-104.

Perz, S. G., Xia, Y., & Shenkin, A. (2014). Global Integration and Local Connectivity: Trans-boundary Highway Paving and Rural-Urban Ties in the Southwestern Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography, 13(3), 205-239.

Powell, R. L., & Roberts, D. A. (2010). Characterizing urban land-cover change in Rondônia, Brazil: 1985 to 2000. Journal of Latin American Geography9(3), 183-211.

Seixas, C. S., de Araujo, L. G., & Piccolo, F. B. (2013). Research and Scholarship on Natural Commons in Brazil. Journal of Latin American Geography12(1), 135-156.

Simmons, C. S., Walker, R. T., Wood, C. H., Arima, E., & Cochrane, M. A. (2004). Wildfires in Amazonia: A pilot study examining the role of farming systems, social capital, and fire contagion. Journal of Latin American Geography3(1), 81-95.

Vadjunec, J. M. (2011). Extracting a livelihood: institutional and social dimensions of deforestation in the Chico Mendes Extractive Reserve, Acre, Brazil. Journal of Latin American Geography10(1), 151-174.

Watkins, C. (2011). Dendezeiro: African Oil Palm Agroecologies in Bahia, Brazil, and Implications for Development. Journal of Latin American Geography, 10(1), 9-33.

Wilcox-Moore, K., Brannstrom, C., Sorice, M. G., & Kreuter, U. P. (2011). The Influence of Socioeconomic Status and Fuelwood Access on Domestic Fuelwood Use in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Journal of Latin American Geography10(2), 195-216.

WinklerPrins, A. M., & Aldrich, S. P. (2010). Locating Amazonian Dark Earths: Creating an interactive GIS of known locations. Journal of Latin American Geography9(3), 33-50.

WinklerPrins, A. M., & de Souza, P. S. (2005). Surviving the city: urban home gardens and the economy of affection in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Latin American Geography4(1), 107-126.