Manuscripts in Progress
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. In Review. “Decolonizing during a Pandemic: Public Health for the People.” American Journal of Public Health. 
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. “Theorizing Immigrant Health Movements: Mobilization & Resistance in Precarious Times.”Target Journal: Sociology Compass. 
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. “Downstream Impacts of COVID-19 on Latinx Immigrant Communities in California's Central Coast.” Target Journal: Sociology of Health & Illness. 
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. “La Gente Unida: Resiliency and Community Assets in the Face of the COVID-19 and Racism Pandemics.” Target Journal: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 
Refereed Articles

Espinoza-Kulick, Mario, Maura Fennelly, Kevin Beck, and Ernesto Castañeda. Forthcoming. “Ethnic Enclaves” in Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology, edited by Lynette Spillman. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Kulick, Alex. Laura Wernick, Mario Alberto V. Espinoza, Tarkington Newman, and Adrienne Dessel. 2018. “Three Strikes and You’re Out: Culture, Facilities, and Participation among LGBTQ Youth in Sports.” Sport, Education and Society. (Available Online)
Blogs
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario, and Alex Espinoza-Kulick. 2020. “Building Teaching Capacity for LGBTQ+ Inclusion with Queer Ethnic Studies.” Carnegie Education Blog. Leeds Beckett University. (Available Online)
Espinoza, Mario Alberto. 2015. “Discovering Silence through Indigenous Methodologies.” UC Santa Barbara Undergraduate Research Blog. (Available Online)
Book Chapters
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario Alberto V., and Alex Espinoza-Kulick. Forthcoming. “Marijuana and the Hippies” in Marijuana in America: Cultural, Political, and Medical Controversies, edited by James Hawdon, Bryan Miller, and Matthew Costello. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, LLC.
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario Alberto V., and Alex Espinoza-Kulick. Forthcoming. “Marijuana Policy Project” in Marijuana in America: Cultural, Political, and Medical Controversies, edited by James Hawdon, Bryan Miller, and Matthew Costello. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, LLC.
Espinoza-Kulick, Alex, and Mario Alberto V. Espinoza-KulickForthcoming. “Drug Policy Alliance” in Marijuana in America: Cultural, Political, and Medical Controversies, edited by James Hawdon, Bryan Miller, and Matthew Costello. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, LLC.
White Papers
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. 2020. Community Report: Preliminary Findings. Santa Maria, CA: La Gente Unida. (Available Online)
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario, Fanice Thomas, Raven Hardy, Laurie Unruh, and Keshia Pollack Porter. 2020. HPRS 2020 Graduation Land Acknowledgment. Baltimore, MD: Health Policy Research Scholars Program, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario and student contributors. 2020. LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Curriculum Report. San Luis Obispo, CA: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. 
Public Sociology
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario (Featured Community Leader). 2020. “Protect. Respect. Wear Your Mask Campaign.” (Protéjase. Respete. Use Su Mascarilla.)” Posted on County of Santa Barbara Facebook (Available Online), Instagram (Available Online), and Twitter (Available Online). Featured on regional and city transit bus advertisements. 
Mart, Greta, Mario Espinoza-Kulick (Featured Researcher), Ian Delinger, Brian Reynolds, Scott Rodd/CAP Radio, Erika Mahoney/Kazu, and Consuelo Meux. 2020. “Issues & Ideas: NAACP, Latinx Healthcare, and Miss Odette.” KCBX News: Central Coast Public Radio. (Available Online)
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario. 2020. Resources for Safely Returning to Work for Access Support Network. San Luis Obispo, CA: Access Support Network.
Barros, Michael, Greta Mart, and Mario Espinoza-Kulick (Featured Faculty). 2020. “For Safekeeping or the Ousting of a Noxious Symbol, Serra Statues Come Down.” KCBX News: Central Coast Public Radio. (Available Online)
Vargas, Marco, Arturo Raygoza, Florence Bednersh, Sherrill Nickerson, Mario Espinoza-Kulick, Rep. Salud Carbajal, Adelante Guadalupe, Anthony Loverde, Aracely Garcia-Gonzalez, Anjelica Haro, Joan Hartmann, Gail McNeely, Ken Hough, Doug Walker, Gabriela Chavez, and Julia Hamilton. 2020. “FUND for Santa Barbara – Spring 2020 Grantee Awards Video.” You-Tube Web site. Retrieved June 9, 2020 (Available Online)
Espinoza-Kulick, Mario and Health Policy Research Scholars. 2019. “A Conversation with Mario Espinoza-Kulick – Health Policy Research Scholars.” You-Tube Web site. Retrieved August 15, 2019 (Available Online
 
University of California Santa Barbara Graduate Division, and Mario Espinoza (Featured Graduate Student Researcher). 2018. “Pushing the Boundaries: Graduate Student Research at UC Santa Barbara.” Santa Barbara, CA: University of California Santa Barbara Graduate Division. (Available Online)
Polletto, Nicole, and Mario Espinoza (Featured Graduate Student Researcher). 2017. “Gaucho Grad Selected for National Leadership Program to Build Health Equity.” Grad Post: The Voice of the Graduate Student Research Center Blog, University of California Santa Barbara. (Available Online)
De Los Santos, Brian, Tre’vell Anderson, Priya Krishnakumar, and Mario Espinoza (Featured Community Member). 2017. “‘We’ve Woken Up’: What It’s Like to Be LGBT under Trump.” Los Angeles Times. (Available Online). 
Entravision and Mario Espinoza (Featured Activist). 2016. “Video: Hispanos Son Más Propensos a Infectarse del VIH.” Univision Costa Central. (Available Online)
Entravision and Mario Espinoza (Featured Activist). 2016. “Posible Incremento en Matrículas Universitarias.” Univision Costa Central. (Available Online)
Mustang News Staff Report and Mario Espinoza (Featured Activist). 2015. “SLO Solidarity Responds to Postponement of Action Plan.” Mustang News. (Available Online). 
Mustang News Staff Report and Mario Espinoza (Featured Activist). 2015. “Admin Responds to SLO Solidarity Demands.” Mustang News. (Available Online)
Theses
Espinoza, Mario Alberto Viveros. “The Care-Advocacy Paradox: How Social Movement Organizers Strategize in Support of People Living with HIV/AIDS.” Thesis, Sociology, University of California Santa Barbara. University of California eScholarship. (Available Online)
 
Espinoza, Mario Alberto. “Know Your Status: Alleviating Stigma from the HIV Community of, San Luis Obispo”. Kennedy Library Digital Commons. (Available Online

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