Madsen, Kenneth D. 2023. Border Barrier Environmental Documents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Dryad dataset. [forthcoming; DOI; open access]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2023. Indigenous Sovereignty and Tohono O’odham Efforts to Impact U.S.-Mexico Border Security. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies. [DOI; open access; published ahead of print 8/13/23]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2023. Iconographic Landscapes of Borders and Immigration Controls. In The Routledge Companion to the American Landscape. C.W. Post, A.L. Greiner, and G.L. Buckley (eds.). Routledge.

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2023. History and practice of 8 U.S. code §1103 notes, section 102(c) – Improvement of barriers at border. Dryad Dataset. [DOI; open access]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2022. Institutionalising the Exception: Homeland Security Section 102(c) Waivers and the Construction of Border Barriers. Geopolitics. [DOI; open access; published ahead of print 10/25/22]

Madsen,  Kenneth D. 2023. Terminus Unleashed: Divine Antecedents of Contemporary Borders. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 38 (1): 39-58. [DOI open access; ahead of print 1/19/21]

Bein, Rick, Et Al. 2020. Fifty Years of Fieldwork in Latin America (contribution to photo essay). Journal of Latin American Geography. 19 (1): 115-131. [DOI; editor reviewed]

Weiser, Elizabeth; Low, John; Madsen, Kenneth. 2019. One site, many interpretations: managing heritage at an ancient American site. In Museum & Place.  Smeds, K. and Davis, A. (Eds.) Paris: ICOFOM (International Committee for Museology), pp. 138-161.

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2018. Walls, waivers, and what we don’t know (part of the JLAG Perspectives Forum – The Border Wall and Beyond: Political and Environmental Perspectives). Journal of Latin American Geography. 17 (3): 262-264. [weblink] [as printed]

Madsen, Kenneth D. and D.B. Ruderman. 2016. Robert Frost’s ambivalence: borders and boundaries in poetic and political discourse. Political Geography. 55: 82-91.  [DOI; avail. online 13 Aug. 2016]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2015. Research dissonance. Geoforum. 65: 192-200.  [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2015. Graffiti, art, and advertising: re-scaling claims to space at the edges of the nation-state. Geopolitics.  20 (1): 95-120. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014 Contextualizing cultural landscapes and political geography with montage. you are here.  XXVI: 42-45. [link]

Madsen Kenneth. D. 2014. A basis for bordering: land, migration, and inter-Tohono O’odham distinction along the U.S.-Mexico Line, in Jones, R. and Johnson, C. (Eds) Placing the Border in Everyday Life. London: Ashgate, pp. 93-116. [link]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014. The alignment of local borders. Territory, Politics, Governance. 2 (1): 52-71. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014. Blue Indians: teaching the political geography of imperialism with fictional film. Journal of Geography. 113 (2): 47-57. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2011. Barriers of the US-Mexico border as landscapes of domestic political compromise. cultural geographies. 18 (4): 547-556. [DOI]

Soto-Berelov, Mariela and Kenneth D. Madsen. 2011. Continuity and distinction in land cover across a rural stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border. Human Ecology. 39 (4): 509-526. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2008. Indigenous research, publishing, and intellectual property. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 32 (3): 89-105. [link]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2007. Local impacts of the balloon effect of border law enforcement. Geopolitics. 12 (2): 280-298. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2005. A Nation Across Nations: The Tohono O’odham and the U.S.-Mexico Border. Ph.D. Dissertation, Arizona State University. [link]

Madsen, Kenneth D. and Ton van Naerssen. 2003. Migration, identity, and belonging. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 18 (1): 61-75. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 2002. Writing for non-geographers: lessons from the J.B. Jackson Prize. Geographical Review. 92 (1): 63-72. [DOI]

Madsen, Kenneth D. 1999. The U.S.-Mexico Border Fencescape Along the Arizona-Sonora Boundary. M.A. Thesis, Arizona Sate University. [link]

Arreola, Daniel D. and Kenneth Madsen. 1999. Variability of tourist attraction on an international boundary: Sonora, Mexico border towns. Visions in Leisure and Business. 17 (4): 19-31.

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