"Capitalism's Catch 22: Reading William Appleman Williams' Contours of American History at Fifty," introduction to accompany new edition of Williams' Contours of American History, Verso
("There is still—fifty years after its publication—no better critique of America liberalism and the contradictions of the ideology of individualism, no clearer analysis of the specificities of American empire. Greg Grandin's preface is a terrific introduction to Williams' thinking."—Joan Wallach Scott)
"Revolution and the Solution of Ethnographic Embrace: A discussion concerning Ada Ferrer's Insurgent Cuba: Race, Nation, and Revolution, 1868–1898 and Charles Hale's Resistance and Contradiction: Miskitu Indians and the Nicaraguan State, 1894–1987," Anthropological Theory 2003, 3(2): 243–250.