In research funded by UC MEXUS and Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion, my first project investigate an evangelical Christian businessmen’s brotherhood in Mexico, their everyday experimentations with categories of religion and secularism and narrative practices of self-transformation
Another project, funded by a three-year grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation, investigates Freemasons' everyday negotiations of liberal separation, their attempts to both defend freedom of conscience and cultivate common ethical bonds
In collaboration with Edwin Ackerman (Syracuse), and with funding from Notre Dame’s Global Religion Research Initiative, another project investigates rise of evangelical political parties in Latin America and the way that these parites have mobilized around combatting "gender ideology"
Sociology of Religion 2021 82(2): 208-239.
Qualitative Sociology 2019 42:663–686.
Sociological Theory 2017 35(4): 288-311.
"Evangelicals Against Ideología de Genéro in Colombia, Costa Rica and Brazil." (with Edwin Ackerman)
Revised manuscript under review at Latin American Politics and Society
Chapters, Essays and Reviews
Colección Cuadernos Jorge Carpizo, Cuaderno 34. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. 2019.
Sociology of Religion 79 (3) 2018.
“Negociaciones cotidianas del concepto de la religión y sus consecuencias practicas para la política.”
5a Semana Internacional de la Cultura Laica. Cátedra Extraordinaria Benito Juárez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (forthcoming)
“Conscience maçonnique : secret, symbole et les paradoxes de la séparation libérale.”
Works in Progress (papers/chapters available upon request)
Not Religion: Liberal Separation and Self-transformation in a Christian Brotherhood and a Masonic Lodge (book manuscript)
“And the Secret is… There is no Secret: Secrecy as Means and Ends of Masonic Symbolic Practice”