- Gardner, Jeffrey A. and Patricia Richards. 2016. "The Spatiality of Boundary Work: Political-Administrative Borders and Maya-Mam Collective Identification." Forthcoming in Social Problems.
- Richards, Patricia and Jeffrey A. Gardner. 2013. “Still Seeking Recognition: Indigenous Demands, State Violence, and Discrimination in Democratic Chile.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 8(3): 255-279.
- Richards, Patricia and Jeffrey A. Gardner. 2013. “Indigenous Movements in Latin America.” In Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements. Edited by David Snow, Donatella della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Gardner, Jeffrey A. 2013. "Book Review: One State, Many Nations: Indigenous Rights Struggles in Ecuador, by Maximilian Viatori (2010)." In Bulletin of Latin American Research 33(1): 108-110.
Awards, Honors, and Recognition
2016 Certificate of Excellence, Department of Sociology, UGA
2016 Beck Graduate Student Teaching Award, Department of Sociology, UGA
2015 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, US Department of Education
2015 Research Development Award, Latin American & Caribbean Studies Institute, UGA
2014 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Center for Teaching and Learning, UGA
2014 Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship, The Graduate School, UGA
2013 B.O. Williams Award, Department of Sociology, UGA
2013 Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant, The Graduate School, UGA
2013 Graduate Field Research Award, Latin American & Caribbean Studies Institute, UGA