Melita Marie Garza, (1997). “¡Hola, America! Newsstand 2000.” In Dennis, E. and Pease, E., (Eds.) The Media in Black and White. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, pp. 129-136.
Melita Marie Garza, (1997). “The 1890 Census.” In Swanson, S. (Ed.) Chicago Days: 150 Defining Moments in the Life of a Great City, Wheaton, Illinois: Cantigny First Division Foundation, pp. 58-61.
Melita M. Garza, “Sword and Cross in San Antonio: Reviving the Spanish Conquest in Depression-Era News Coverage.” Accepted for publication in Journalism History. In Press. Expected publication date Winter 2014.
Melita M. Garza, “Pine Straw in an Evil Wind: A Case Study of James Boyd, The Pilot of Southern Pines,N.C., 1941-1944.” American Journalism: A Journal of Media History 29, no. 1 (Winter 2012).
MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS
Melita M. Garza, “Immigrants and Mexicans in Great Depression Editorials: Alien Riff-Raff, Indispensable Workers, or Forgotten Heroes?” Research-In-Progress presented at the American Journalism Historians Association 2013 Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 26-28.
Melita Marie Garza, (1994). “¡Hola, America! Newsstand 2000.” Media Studies Journal: Race—America’s Rawest Nerve. (Summer), 152-162.