Research & Teaching Interests: Race, transnational cultures and migration; violence, the politics of difference and (un)belonging; identity formation and performance; Latina/o media representations; Latin American popular culture; gender and nationalism; community-based research; social construction of health/environment; social movements; power, race and language.
• Living with Drug Lords and Mules in New York: Contrasting Colombian Criminality and Transnational Belonging. 3/2016 In R. Furman and A. Ackerman (Eds.), Criminalizing the Immigrant Other: Lived Experiences in a Transnational World. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
• Ochoa Camacho, A. The San Diego Border Brothel Scandals: Untangling Discourses from a Sex Work Frame. 7/2015 In R. J. Bromwich & M. M. De Jong (Eds.) Mothers, Mothering, and Sex Work. Demeter Press. Ontario, Canada.
• Elizabeth's Story. In Collaboration with Orlando Lara. Art League Houston, Houston, Texas; National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, IL. 2009.
• Yep, G. A., & Ochoa Camacho, A. The normalization of heterogendered relations in The Bachelor. Feminist Media Studies, 4(3). 2004.
• El Poder y la Fuerza de la Pasión: Toward a Model of HIV/AIDS Education and Service Delivery from the “Bottom-Up.” In H. M. Zoller & M. J. Dutta (Eds.), Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power (pp. 224-246). New York, NY: Rutledge. 2008.
• Love in times of Precarity: A Very Queer Politics of Immigration. with Kathleen Coll. In Preparation
• Ochoa Camacho, A. and Zazueta, I. The Weight of the World: The testimonio of Nicolas Mamanj Charralla. Video Project. Cuzco, Peru and San Francisco, CA. Distributed by Huchuay Runas. 2006.