Andrew Jolivette, Founder/Managing Editor, Journal of Louisiana Creole Studies, Central Michigan University, Volume I, Forthcoming, August 2016
Andrew Jolivette, Indian Blood: HIV and Colonial Trauma in San Francisco’s Two-Spirit Community (University of Washington Press, In-Press, [Indigenous Confluences Series] May, 2016).
Andrew Jolivétte, editor, Research Justice: Methodologies for Social Change in collaboration with DataCenter Research for Justice. (Policy Press, July 2015).
Andrew Jolivétte, editor, Obama and the Biracial Factor: The Battle for a New American Majority. (Bristol, United Kingdom and Chicago, Illinois: The Policy Press/University of Chicago Press, February 2012).
Andrew Jolivétte, Louisiana Creoles: Cultural Recovery and Mixed Race Native American Identity. (Lanham: Lexington Books, A Division of Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, January, 2007).
Andrew Jolivétte, editor, Cultural Representation in Native America. (Lanham: AltaMira Press, A Division of Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, August, 2006).
Andrew Jolivétte, A Report on the Health and Wellness of Multiracial Youth in the Bay Area, sponsored in part by the K&F Baxter Family Foundation & the National Institutes of Health, in Collaboration with iPride, Fall, 2008.
Andrew Jolivétte, Guest Editor, Indigenous Landscapes Post-Katrina: Beyond Invisibility and Disaster. Special Issue of the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, University of California Press, UCLA American Indian Studies Center Vol. 32 No. 2, (August, 2008).
“Don’t Scratch My Washboard: Navigating Queerness in the Creole Diaspora” Journal of Louisiana Creole Studies Vol. 1 No. 1, Summer 2016
“Indian Blood: HIV and Colonial Trauma in San Francisco’s Two-Spirit Community” HIV Australia Special Issue on Indigenous Peoples, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisation (AFAO), Summer 2016.
“Critical Mixed Race Studies: New Directions in the Politics of Race & Representation” in the Journal of Critical Mixed-Race Studies Winter, 2014. Vol. 1 No. 1. Winter, 2014
“Disclosure, the Politics of Healing, and Survival in Two-Spirit Communities: A Personal Narrative” in the Yellow Journal of Medicine Southwest Minnesota State University. Fall Issue, 2010.
“Beyond Invisibility and Disaster” in the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, University of California Press, UCLA American Indian Studies Center August 2008.
“Migratory Movement: The Politics of Ethnic Community (Re) Construction Among Creoles of Color, 1920-1940” in the Ethnic Studies Review Winter 2005 Vol 28.2 (Tempe: National Association of Ethnic Studies).
“Multiracial Identity and Monoracial Conflict: Toward a New Social Justice Framework” in Race Policy and Multiracial Americans Edited by Kathleen Odell Korgen (Policy Spring 2016).
“Indian Blood: Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution, Mixed-Race Identity, and Sexuality---A Journey of Return” Sociologists in Action: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Editor Jonathan White (Sage, May 2014).
“Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution: HIV and Healing Among Mixed-Race American Indians” in Mixed 3.0 Edited by Uli Ryder and Marcia Dawkins. Annenberg Press, USC, 2015.
“Louisiana Creoles and Latinidad: Locating Culture and Community” in Converging Identities: Blackness in the Contemporary African Diaspora. Edited by Julius O. Adekunle and Hettie V. Williams, Under Contract, Carolina Academic Press August, 2013.
“Obama and the Biracial Factor: An Introduction” in Obama and the Biracial Factor: The Battle for a New American Majority, February 2012.
“Barack Obama and the Rise to Power: Emmett Till Revisited” in Obama and the Biracial Factor: The Battle for a New American Majority, February, 2012.
“Critical Mixed Race Studies: The Intersections of Identity and Social Justice” in Sociologists in Action. Editor, Kathleen Korgen. (Sage, Spring 2011).
“Who is White?” in Black Magnolias Literary Journal, Special Issue on “The Crossroads of Africaness and Indianess in the Landscape of the Americas” Vol 4 No. 4. (Spring, 2011).
“Race and Identity in the Age of Obama: Continuing the Battle for Social Justice” in Identity in the New Millennium, edited by Stephen Labrie, Fall 2010.
“Critical Mixed-Race Studies: New Approaches to Resistance and Social Justice” in Color Struck: Essays on Race and Ethnicity in Global Perspective. Eds. Julius O. Adekunle & Hettie V. Williams. (Lanham: University Press of America, Spring 2010).
"Examining the Regional and Multigenerational Context of Creole and American Indian Identity" reprinted in Color Struck: Essays on Race and Ethnicity in Global Perspective. Eds. Julius O. Adekunle & Hettie V. Williams. (Lanham: University Press of America, Spring 2010).
“Crash: An Indigenous Centered Approach to Healing the Soul Wound”, The Institute for Democratic Education and Culture-Speak Out Crash Course Anthology, Summer 2007.
Introduction in Cultural Representation in Native America. (Lanham: AltaMira Press, 2006).
"Examining the Regional and Multi-Generational Context of Creole and American Indian Identity" in Cultural Representation in Native America, edited by Andrew Jolivétte. (Lanham: AltaMira Press, 2006).
"Displacement, Gentrification and the Politics of Conversion" in Hurricane Katrina, Un-Natural Disaster: Reflections and Prospects, edited by John Brown Childs. (Santa Cruz: The New Pacific Press, 2005).