--Marcos S. Scauso. Intersectional Decoloniality: Re-imagining IR and the Problem of Difference. In the “Worlding Beyond the West” series, edited by Inanna Hamati-Itaya, Arlene Tickner, and David Blaney. Routledge. 2021.

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First Chapter Available Here

Book Available Here

​- Review by Bahar Baser - Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies

​- Review by Shauna N. Gillooly - International Studies Review

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--Marcos S. Scauso, Cecelia Lynch, and Tanya Schwarz. “Training in Critical Interpretivism, Within and Beyond the Academy.” In The SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations. Edited by Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya, and Nicholas Onuf. This volume includes chapters from Nicholas Onuf, Brent Steele, Mustapha Kamal Pasha, Jacqui True, Richard Ned Lebow, Patrick T. Jackson, Patrick James, Arlene B. Tickner, Ole Waever, and others. Los Angeles: Sage, 2018. (Lead author) (Available Here)

--Marcos S. Scauso. “Interpretivism: Definitions, Trends, and Emerging Paths.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia, International Studies. 2020. (Available Here)

--Marcos S. Scauso (lead author), Garrett FitzGerald (lead author), Arlene B. Tickner (lead author), Navnita Neheram, Chengxin Pan, Chih-yu Shih, Kosuke Shimizu. “Covid-19, Democracy, and (De)colonialities.” Journal of Democratic Theory. 2020. (Available Here) 

--Ariana Fernandez, Marcos S. Scauso, and Elena Stavrevska. “Avatars of colonial and liberal violences: The revelatory character of COVID-19 governance in Colombia.” Third World Quarterly, 2022. (Available Here)

--Gabriella Colello, Swapna Pathak, and Marcos S. Scauso. “Solutions for Whom and by Whom? Environmental Norms and Intersectional Decoloniality.” Journal of Environmental Philosophy. (Available Here)

​Book Chapters 

--Marcos S. Scauso. “Indianismo and Decoloniality: Voices of Resistance.” 
In Religious Activism in the Global Economy: Promoting, Reforming, or Resisting Neoliberal Globalization? Edited  by Peter Smith and Sabine Dreher, 269-286. London and New York: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2016. (Available Here)

     - Review by Gerald Shmitz in Arts and Culture

     - Review by Isaac Arten in Reading Religion

     - Review by Chris Doude van Troostwijk in Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion

--Marcos S. Scauso. “Researching within the Instability of Meaning: Decolonial Voices and Practices.” 
In Tactical Constructivism: Expressing Method in International Relations. Edited by Brent J. Steele, Harry D. Gould, and Oliver Kessler. (2019). (Available Here)

On-line Publications

--Marcos S. Scauso. “Intersectional Decoloniality: Listening to Other “Others.” E-International Relations. (2021). (Available Here)

In Progress

--Carlotta Minnella, Swapna Pathak, and Marcos S. Scauso. “The Tension Within Norms: Agency and Risks in Pursuit of Global Climate Justice.” (Article under review)

--Marcos S. Scauso and Gabriella R. Colello. Indomitable “Others:” Stories of Subaltern & More-than-Human Voices Confronting Liberalisms and Sustaining Worlds. (Co-edited book in progress) (
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--Marcos S. Scauso. Desires of Domination: The Colonial Foundations and Legacies of the U.S. Foreign Policy towards Latin America. (Book in progress)

​--Marcos S. Scauso. "Desires of Domination: Colonial Connections between Epistemic Politics, Power Relations, and Violence." (Submitted article)

--Marcos S. Scauso. “Stay in your lane: Working on DEI and experiencing neoliberal academia in the US.” (Book chapter in progress)