I have included links to all articles, as well as copies of my author pre-prints for open access. If you would like access to the official version of an article, e-mail me and I'm happy to share.

Luna, Jessie K., Becca Chalit Hernandez, and Abdoulaye Sawadogo. 2021. “The paradoxes of purity in organic agriculture in Burkina Faso.” Geoforum 127:46-56. Download author pre-print.


Stein, Serena, and Jessie K. Luna. 2021. “Toxic Sensorium: Agrochemicals in the African Anthropocene.” Environment and Society 12:87-107. (Open access).

Luna, Jessie K. and Brian Dowd-Uribe. 2020. "Knowledge politics and the Bt cotton success narrative in Burkina Faso." World Development. Download author pre-print. 

See our short article in The Conversation: "How power shaped the ‘success story’ of genetically modified cotton in Burkina Faso"

Luna, Jessie K. 2020. "Peasant essentialism in GMO debates: Bt cotton in Burkina Faso." Journal of Agrarian Change. Download author pre-print.

Luna, Jessie K. 2020. "'Pesticides are our children now': Cultural change and the technological treadmill in the Burkina Faso cotton sector." Agriculture and Human Values 37(2): 449-462. Download author pre-print.

Luna, Jessie K. 2019. “The ease of hard work: Embodied neoliberalism among Rocky Mountain fun runners.” Qualitative Sociology. Download author pre-print.

Luna, Jessie K. 2018. “The chain of exploitation: Intersectional inequalities, capital accumulation, and resistance in Burkina Faso’s cotton sector.” The Journal of Peasant Studies. Download author pre-print.
Luna, Jessie K. 2018. "'Getting out of the dirt': Racialized modernity and environmental inequality in the cotton sector of Burkina Faso." Environmental Sociology 4(2), 221-234. Download author pre-print.


Hunter, Lori M., Jessie K. Luna, and Rachel M. Norton. 2015. The Environmental Dimensions of Migration.Annual Review of Sociology: 41, 377-97.