Bibliography about the Women of Ciudad Juárez, México
A work in progress, March 10, 2009
"Ciudad Juárez across the Río Grande river from El Paso, Texas is a large city (1,218,817) in the state of Chihuahua, home to approximately 300 maquiladora (foreign-owned manufacturing plants) plants employing over 250,000 workers." (Desarrollo Econόmico de Ciudad Juárez 2002, http://www.rff.org/Documents/RFF-DP-03-18.pdf). Like other industrial border towns, many maquiladoras have established a presence and act as a magnet for poor and unemployed individuals (mainly women.) For the past ten years approximately 400 women (primarily young women) have been killed, sexually abused, and their bodies dumped in abandoned lots. Authorities have dismissed it and have been reluctant to make an effort to find the killer(s).
This bibliography, arranged by author, used InfoTrac, Lexis Nexis, and assorted other databases. It is not by any means a complete listing.
Thanks to the various individuals who have contributed to this bibliography over the years.
Books, Papers and Videos
Acosta, Mariclaire. The Women of Ciudad Juárez. Center for Latin American Studies. University of California, Berkeley. 2005. (http://repositories.cdlib.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1025&context=clas)
Agosin, Marjorie. Secrets in the Sand: The Young Women of Ciudad Juarez. White Pine Press. 2006.
Álvarez de Lara, Rosa María, Coordinadora. La memoria de los olvidados: Las mujeres asesinadas in Ciudad Juárez. Mexico, D. F., UNAM, Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas, 2003. 135 p.ISBN 970-32-0892-4. In Spanish - http://www.bibliojuridica.org/libros/libro.htm?l=1072
Atler, T. (2006). Tolerated Terror: Mexico's Failure to Punish Gender-Based Violence in Ciudad Juarez and Potential Avenues for Relief under U.S. Asylum Law. 2006 Honors Papers, University of New Mexico.
Belausteguigoitia, Marisa and Melgar, Lucia, coordinators. Fronteras, violencia, justicia; nuevos discursos. Programa Universitario De Estudios de Genero Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, Mexico, D.F., 2007; ISBN 978-970-32-4727-1. International anthology contains several essays on immigration and gender violence by academics and writers. Contributors include Dr. Rita Laura Segato (Brazil), Carlos Castresana (Spain), Cathy Fourez (France), Diana Washington Valdez (United States), and others.
City of dreams [videorecording] / a Palio Pictures production ; BBC ; writer/director, Bruno Sorrentino ; producer, Gianfranco Norelli, New York, N.Y. : Filmakers Library, c2001.
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, United Nations. Report on Mexico produced by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women under article 8 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention, and reply from the Government of Mexico. CEDAW/C/2005/OP.8/MEXICO. United Nations. January 2005.
del S. Alcala Iberri, María. Las Muertas de Juárez. México. DF: Editorial Libra, 2004.
Dual Injustice: Feminicide and Torture in Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua - http://www.witness.org/index.php?Itemid=178&alert_id=38&option=com_rightsalert&task=view
Gonzalez Rodriguez, Sergio. Huesos en el desierto. Barcelona : Editorial Anagrama, 2002.
Las muertas de Juarez. [coordinadores del presente fuera de serie, Sergio Gonzalez Rodriguez y Cesar Cansino]. Mexico, DF : Centro de Estudios de Politica Comparada: Editorial Jus, 2003
Mendoza, Antonio. Killers on the Loose: Unsolved Cases of Serial Murder. Virgin Books. Winnepeg, Manitoba. 2002. ISBN 0753506815
Ortega, Gregorio. Las muertas de Ciudad Juarez : el caso de Elizabeth Castro Garcia y Abdel Latif Sharif, México, D.F. : Fontamara, 1999
Rodriguez, Teresa et al. The Daughters of Juarez: A True Story of Serial Murder South of the Border. Simon and Schuster, 2008. 0-7432-9204-9,
Ronquillo, Victor. Las muertas de Juarez : cronica de una larga pesadilla México, D.F. : Planeta Mexicana, 1999.
Perez, Karla C. (Karla Cristina). The making of victims in Ciudad. Thesis (M.A.), University of California, San Diego, 2003.
Scapegoats of Juarez: the Misuse of Justice in Prosecuting Women's Murders in Chihuahua, Mexico. Latin America Working Group Education Fund. 2005. - http://www.lawg.org/docs/ScapegoatsofJuarez.pdf
Senorita extraviada [videorecording] Xochitl Films Pproduction ; a presentation of the Independent Television Service ; director and producer, Lourdes Portillo. New York, NY Distributed by Women Make Movies, 2001.
Staudt, K., and Coronado, Irasema (2002). Fronteras No Mas: Toward Social Justice at the US-Mexico Border. New York, Palgrave.
Washington Valdez, Diana. Harvest of Women: Safari in Mexico. e-book, available at www.diesel-ebooks.com. 2006.
Electronic updated through November 2006 English version of La Cosecha de Mujeres.
Also available here: http://www.elpasotimes.com//ci_8129479?IADID=Search-www.elpasotimes.com-www.elpasotimes.com
Washington Valdez. Diana. The Killing Fields: Harvest of Women. 2006. Peace at the Border. (ISBN 978-0615140087)
Updated through November 2006 English version of La Cosecha de Mujeres.
Washington Valdez, Diana. La Cosecha de Mujeres : Safari en el desierto mexicano. México : Editorial Océano, 2005. 364 p.
The most recent title available on the subject written by a journalist for the El Paso Times. In Spanish. A review in Spanish that appeared in La Jornada is here -http://www2.jornada.unam.mx/2005/may05/050508/040n1soc.php
Wright, M. (2006). Disposable Women and Other Myths of Global Capitalism. New York, Routledge.
"258 Killed in Border City". The New York Times, May 22, 2003 pA4.
"Accept no substitute; Families of murdered Mexican women need financial assistance, but criminal justice failures in Ciudad Juarez leave every woman at risk". Houston Chronicle. September 26, 2004, Outlook, pg. 2
Althaus, Dudley. "Denver arrest may help crack killings in Juarez". Houston Chronicle. August 18, 2006. A1
Amezcua, Mike. "Maquiladora Murders, A bibliography"- http://www.chavez.ucla.edu/maqui_murders/bibliography.htm
Contains several resources not listed here. From UCLA.
Amnesty International Convenes Hundreds of Activists, Experts to Focus on Missing and Murdered Women of Juarez, Mexico; Lorena Mendez of Channel 11 FOX News To Be Guest Speaker. Business Wire. March 24, 2004 p5019
"Amnesty International: Protect Mexican women of Ciudad Juarez", Agence France Presse, August 11, 2003.
"Four more women murdered in Chihuahua, Mexico, Ciudad Juárez, México Nov 26". Agence France Presse, November 27, 2002.
Alvarado, Ignacio. "Mass grave in Mexico to give up its secrets; More than 1,200 unidentified crime victims". National Post. December 18, 2007. Pg. A18.
"Appeal to librarian solidarity about the femicide in Ciudad Juárez". Counterpoise: for Social Responsibilities, Liberty, and Dissent. 9 (1) (Winter 2005): 55-56
Amnesty International: Protect Mexican women of Ciudad Juarez, Associated Press Online, February 18, 2003.
Arnold, Sarah and Barry Wigmore. "400 women raped, tortured and killed without one conviction as new film joins fight for justice; J-Lo's crusade for the City of Lost Girls." Sunday Mirror, February 18, 2007.
"Around the World." The Houston Chronicle, September 19, 2005, A;, Pg. 20,
Arrests of Former Justice Officials Sought. Los Angeles Times. January 1, 2005.Part A; Pg. 4.
Ayala, Elaine. "Novel explores string of Juarez killings ; Author Alicia Gaspar de Alba to speak at two San Antonio events, read from 'Desert Blood.'", San Antonio Express-News (Texas), March 20, 2005, Pg. 1K.
Barkin, David. "The Social and Environmental Impacts of the Corporate Responsibility Movement in Mexico Since NAFTA." North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation, Summer, 2005, 30 N.C.J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 895.
Bedway, Barbara. "On Deaths in the Desert.(Diana Washington Valdez)". Editor & Publisher (August 1, 2006): pNA
Benítez, Rohry et al. El silencio que la voz de todas quiebra : Mujeres y víctimas de Ciudad Juárez. Ediciones del Azar, S Taller de Narrativa, First edition, Chihuahua, México, 1999.
Bejarano, C. (2002). "Las Super Madres de Latino America: Transforming Motherhood by Challenging Violence in Mexico, Argentina, and El Salvador." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 23(1): 126-150.
Betancourt, Antonio."World Briefing Americas: Mexico: Report On Juarez Killings". The New York Times June 4, 2004 pA6
Biehman, U. (2001). Performing the Border: On Gender, Transnational Bodies, and Technology. Globalization on the Line : Culture, Capital, and Citizenship at U.S. Borders C. Sadowski-Smith. New York, Palgrave: 99-120.
Blumenthal, Max. Day of the dead, December 4, 2002 Wednesday, Feature, Salon.com. (http://dir.salon.com/story/news/feature/2002/12/04/juarez/index.html)
"Bodies of 3 Women Found in Ciudad Juarez". Los Angeles Times, Nov 7, 2001 pA17
Boudreaux, Richard." Federal Probe Launched in Juarez Killings; Hundreds of women have been slain in the last 11 years and only one case solved. (in Ciudad Juarez)". Los Angeles Times, Jan 31, 2004 pNA
Boyd-Barrett, Claudia. "Women march to call for end to murders in Juarez", The News, November 26, 2002 Tuesday, 200211263252.m50.
Bradshaw, Brett. "From Ciudad Juárez to Fort Qu'Appelle". Briar Patch, March 2007 / April 2007, Pg. 5.
"Chasing the ghouls: the Juarez serial murders, and a reporter who won't let go.(On The Job)". Columbia Journalism Review 42.6 (March-April 2004): p12(3).
Bustos, Sergio. "Lawmakers, activists urge U.S. to help solve Juarez crimes", Gannett News Service, March 11, 2005.
Calderon Gamboa, Jorege. "Seeking Integral Reparations for the Murders and Disappearances of Women in Ciudad Juarez: A Gender and Cultural Perspective". 14Human Rights Brief. 31. Winter, 2007.
"Campaigners highlight tragedy of their disappeared young women". Irish Times. May 9, 2006. pg. 11
Campbell, H. (2007). "Cultural Seduction: American Men, Mexican Women, Cross-Border Attraction." Critique of Anthropology 27(3): 261-283.
Cardona, Felisa and Allison Sherry. "Break in Mexico slayings Denver arrest may help solve rapes, murders of women in Ciudad Juarez". Denver Post. August 18, 2006. A1.
Carpenter, J. (2006). The Gender of Control. Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control. S. Pickering, and Weber, Leanne. Netherlands, Springer: 167-177.
Castillo, A. (2004). "Conditioned for Murder; Juarez Killings Show Cost of Misogyny." Conscience 25(2): 36-40.
Castillo, E. Eduardo. "Argentine experts to train Mexicans probing border slayings". Associated Press Worldstream. December 8, 2004
Castillo, E. Eduardo. "U.N. women's rights monitor warns against focusing only on Ciudad Juarez slayings", Associated Press Worldstream, February 25, 2005
Cevallos , Diego. "Mexico: Toll of murdered young women tops 300", The Houston Chronicle, August 20, 2002, 2 Star Ed, Houston, Pg. 1
Cevallos, Diego. "México: Fox takes over probe of murders in ‘femicide capital’", Inter Press Service, July 23, 2003.
Cevallos, Diego. "Mexico: two more women found slain in the 'City of Murder'". IPS-Inter Press Service, December 3 2004.
Chadwick, Alex. "Mexican Attorney Sergio Almaraz". National Public Radio (NPR), Day to Day 1:00 PM EST , January 25, 2007.
Collins, Jimmie. "U. Texas symposium examines rape, murder of textile workers", University Wire, April 13, 2005.
"Commission Criticizes Probes of Juarez Slayings". Los Angeles Times, Home ed.Nov 25, 2003.
"Conference to explore murders of young women in Ciudad Juarez". US States News, College Station Texas, March 22, 2007.
Connolly, Ceci. "In Mexico, a Crime in Progress". The Washington Post, May 9, 2007. Suburban Ed. C08.
Corchado, Alfredo. "Families of victims blast latest report on Juarez killings". The Dallas Morning News, February 1, 2005
Corchado, Alfredo. "Juarez suspect says he's latest victim of legal system: But some call his arrest a major break in deaths of women along border". The Dallas Morning News, October 17, 2006. 20061017-DA-1017,
Corchado, Alfredo. "Killings of women in Mexico show 'pattern of violence,' activists say". The Dallas Morning News, October 29, 2003, K5324.
Corchado, Alfredo. "Mexican, foreign rights groups decry Ciudad Juarez 'feminicides'". The Dallas Morning News. December 4, 2004, K3997.
Corchado, Alfredo. "Recanted testimony casts doubt on prosecution of murder suspects", The Dallas Morning News. March 7, 2007.
Corchado, Alfredo. "Report: In Juarez, more women's slayings also sex crimes; men's deaths tied to drug dealing", The Dallas Morning News, April 14, 2005, K0770.
Corchado, Alfredo. "23 arrest warrants in Juarez slayings discovered unused in desk", The Dallas Morning News, March 30, 2005, K6785.
Day, Paul. "Wary of Juárez". Business Mexico, 10:5 (May 2000), 8.
Daza Samper, M.-L. (1997). "An International Division of Labor: Gender and the Information Technology Industry." International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 10(4): 635-658.
DeDekker, Jeff. "Film leaves lasting impression". The Leader-Post (Regina, Saskatchewan), October 28, 2006. Arts & Life; Pg. A8
Delgadillo, Victoria and Rigo Maldonado. "Journey to the Land of the Dead: A Conversation with the Curators of the <<Hijas de Juárez>> Exhibition". Aztlán, 28:2 (Fall 2003), 179-202. Bibl, il.
Daugherty, Melissa. "Class draws attention to women's murders", Chico Enterprise-Record (California), October 20, 2006.
Dillon, Sam. "Feminist propels outcry at brutal Mexico killings". (Esther Chavez Cano) The New York Times, Feb 28, 1999 s1 p3(L) col 1.
"End Juarez murders, candidates told". The Independent (London). June 28, 2006. pg. 27.
Enriquez, Sam. "The World; Juarez Killings Suspect Held in U.S." Los Angeles Times. August 18, 2006. A14.
Ensalaco, M. (2006). "Murder in Juarez: A Parable of Women's Struggle for Human Rights." Violence Against Women 12(5): 417-440.
Ensler, Eve. "The city of murdered women". Marie Claire March 2004 v11 i3 p106(7).
Espinoza, D. (2003). "Women and Maquiladoras on the U.S.-Mexico Border." Feminist Collections 25(1): 18-24.
"Families of slain women in Ciudad Juarez get houses as compensation, sparking controversy". The America's Intelligence Wire, Sept 16, 2004 pNA
"Federal Investigators to Help Probe Killings. (killings of 67 women in Ciudad Juarez)". Los Angeles Times Dec 14, 2001 pA28
"Federal Probe Launched in Juarez Killings". Los Angeles Times. Jan. 31, 2004. A3
Ferriss, Susan. "Missing, murdered, but not forgotten; Mexico protesters focus on women." The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. February 15, 2004 9A.
Ferriss, Susan. "Arrest in Juarez killings; U.S. officials hail ‘a major break' in the probe into the deaths and disappearances of hundreds of women". Sacramento Bee. August 18, 2006. A18
Ferriss, Susan. "2 more are sought in Mexico killings". Sacramento Bee. August 19, 2006. A12
Forero, Juan. "Rights Group Faults Police in Deaths of Women in Mexico" The New York Times August 12, 2003 pA6.
"Former Juarez special prosecutor ordered arrested for negligence", Associated Press Worldstream, March 9, 2005.
Fragoso, Julia Monárrez. Feminicidio sexual serial en Ciudad Juárez: 1993-2001 - http://www.womenontheborder.org/Articles/feminicidio_sexual_SP.pdf
Debate Feminista, año 13, Vol. 25, abril 2002.
Full text in Spanish.
Fregoso, R. L. (2006). "We Want Them Alive!: The Politics and Culture of Human Rights." Social Identities 12(2): 109-138.
Garcia, S. M. (2005). "Scapegoats of Juarez." The Latin America Working Group
Gaspar de Alba, Alicia. "The Maquiladora Murders, 1993-2003". Aztlán, 28:2 (Fall 2003), 1-17. Bibl, il, stats.
Gaynor, Tim. "Mexican TV makes drama out of murders of hundreds of women." The Independent (London), June 16, 2004, Pg. 28.
Gaynor, Tim. "Protesters demand new inquiry into Mexican murders". Belfast Telegraph. November 2, 2004
González, Rita. "The Said and the Unsaid: Lourdes Portillo Tracks Down Ghosts in <<Señorita extraviada>>". Aztlán, 28:2 (Fall 2003), 235-240. Bibl.
Gudmastad, Mark, Matthew Brayman. "Juarez murders" Business Mexico, May 2003 v13 i5 p6(1)
Harrington, Richard. "Jaguares Sharpens Its Political Claws", The Washington Post, July 22, 2005, Final Ed. T06.
Harrison, Sara Lee. "México shamed by 300 women’s deaths in the borderlands". The Independent (London), October 18, 2003,Foreign News, pg. 17.
"Hayek, Fonda demand Mexico solve slayings". Houston Chronicle. May 10, 2006. A20
Hayward, Susan. "Mexico Police Accused of Negligence in Investigation of Slain Women". Knight Ridder Washington Bureau, November 25, 2003.
Hecht, John "Media called, but can't find Juarez killers." Hollywood Reporter August 4, 2004 v385 i3 p1
Hellard, Peta. "Juarez Atrocities; Film exposes years of rape and murder in Mexican border city; Young women killed for sport". The Advertiser (Australia). February 24, 2007. pg. 60.
Hernandez, Macarena. "Women rally for missing ; Group marches downtown with pictures of victims of rape, murder in Juarez. They demand action". San Antonio Express-News (Texas), August 15, 2002, 1B.
Hewitt, Bill. "A Wave of Murders Terrorizes the Women of Ciudad Juarez In the past decade more than 300 have been killed in this violent border town". People Weekly, August 25, 2003 v60 i8 p119.
Hiscock, John. "Hollywood joins search for answers in mystery of Juarez mass murder". Independent (London) June 23, 2006. pg. 23
Holston, Mark. "Calling for answers in Juarez". Hispanic. Sept 2005. pg. 14.
Hyndman, J. A. M. (2006). "Feminist Approaches." Women's Studies Quarterly 34(1&2): 446-463.
"Inquiries Sought in Killings of Women", Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2004 Part A, The World; in brief/ Mexico Pg. 14,
"Interview: Juarez mother counters violence with activism." (mother of murdered woman fights violence against women; Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico)(Interview) off our backs March-April 2004 v34 i3-4 p23.
Johnson, Patricia. "Frontera 450+" speaks of death, hope; Artists address the uncaring attitude of officials in the brutal murders of women in Juárez. The Houston Chronicle, pg. 2. November 16, 2006.
Johnson, Reed. "A protest in paint; Artists join efforts to shine a light on the disappearance, killings of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez". Los Angeles Times. February 11, 2004. E2.
Johnson, Reed. "Ciudad Juarez Report Seeks Probes of 49 Officials". Los Angeles Times, October 26, 2004, A3.
Johnson, Reed. "Mexico's murdered women find a voice in `Bordertown'; A new film casts blame on both sides of the border for the scandal that is Ciudad Juarez". Los Angeles Times, February 14, 2007. E1.
Johnson, Reed. "Time to shout; Artists hope to raise the alarm about the murders of women and girls in Ciudad Juarez. But some say the works are sensationalistic." Los Angeles Times, August 4, 2004. E1.
Jordon, Mary. "Move Against Police Heartens Some in Juarez; Detention of Officers Strikes at Corruption". Washington Post. February 11, 2004. A26.
Journalist Teresa Rodriguez, "The Daughters of Juarez", CBS News Transcripts, SHOW: The Early Show 7:00 AM EST CBS, April 4, 2007.
"Juarez report discounts serial killer". Houston Chronicle. February 18, 2006. A30.
"Justice demanded for women murdered in Ciudad Juarez (Mexico)". Women's Health Journal, July-Dec 2002 p27(1).
Karzarova, Mariana. "Letter From Juarez. (Violence against women)". The Nation March 29, 2004 v278 i12 p8 (http://www.thenation.com/archive/detail/12525480)
"Killing Fields". The Houston Chronicle. February 12, 2004, Pg. 34.
Klaasmeyer, Kelly. "Murder by Numbers; "Frontera 450+" records the unsolved killings of women in Juárez Mexico". Houston Press (Texas), January 25, 2007. Culture.
Koehler, Robert. "Bajo Juarez, the City devouring its daughters (Bajo Juarez, La ciudad devorando a sus hijos)". Variety, March 5, 2007. pg. 33.
Kraul, Chris. "Frustration Grows Over Killings; In Juarez, victims' families complain that despite special prosecutor's work, answers are few and more women are dying". Los Angeles Times. February 2, 2005. A3.
Kraul, Chris. "Juarez Killings Breed Fierce Anger; As slayings of women in Mexican city near 300, authorities are accused of collusion". Los Angeles Times, March 8, 2003. A1.
LaFranchi, Howard. "Girls who find new roles in Mexico also face danger; Juarez residents say a cultural shift is behind the murder of more than 80 women". The Christian Science Monitor, June 4, 1997 v89 n132 p1 col 5.
Leal, Lourdes Godinez. "Combating impunity and femicide in Ciudad Juarez." NACLA Report on the Americas. May/June 2008. pg. 31
"Letters", The Houston Chronicle, August 4, 2006. B8
"Letters, Human rights in Mexico and Juárez killings". Irish Times. May 11, 2006. pg. 17
Lezon, Dale. "Event to raise awareness of Juarez killings; 56-city tour comes to Houston for public meeting". Houston Chronicle. October 26, 2004, B3.
Limas, Alfredo and Patricia Ravelo Blancas. "Femenicidio en Ciudad Juárez: una civilización sacrificial". El Cotidiano, 18:111 (Jan-Feb 2002), 47-57. Abst, bibl, il, stats.
Livingston, J. (2004). "Murder in Juarez." Frontiers 25(1): 59-76.
Lloyd, Marion. "Killings in Mexico; Is the violence of Juarez being repeated?" The Houston Chronicle, May 4, 2006.A14
Lloyd, Marion."Numerous Killings of Mexican women unsolved". The Boston Globe, February 3, 2002, Sunday, ,Third Ed. Pg. A18.
Lusetich, Robert. "Border killings take town to hell". The Weekend Australian, November 8, 2003 Saturday Preprints Ed. T02.
Lyderson, Kari . Las Desaparacidos: Casualties of the Global Economy in Ciudad Juarez. (http://www.impactpress.com/articles/aprmay03/juarez4503.html) Impact Press
McDaniel, Mike. "Missing in México;'Senorita Extraviada' focuses on the disappearances of women in the Ciudad Juárez area". The Houston Chronicle, August 20, 2002, 2 Star Ed. Houston; Pg. 6.
Macdonald, M., Thomson, Marilyn and Prieto-Carrion, Marina (2007). "No More Killings! Women Respond to Femicides in Central America." Gender and Development 15(1): 25-40.
Mcgirk, Jan. "As death toll reaches 274, Mexican women fear macho murder is becoming a way of life".The Independent (London), February 9, 2002, Pg. 14.
McKenna, Michael. "Death in a moral desert." Courier Mail (Queensland, Australia). March 19, 2004.pg. 17
McKenna, Michael. "Murder spree: the hunting ground". The Advertiser. March 13, 2004. S04.
McKenna, Michael. "Once upon a time in Mexico". Herald Sun (Melbourne, Australia). March 27, 2004, W10.
McKinley, James C. "Little Evidence of Serial Killings In Women's Deaths, Mexico Says". New York Times, A3, October 26, 2004.
"A manifesto against femicide". Antipode. 33(3):550-566, Jul. 2001.
Mantilla, Karla and Cheryl Lindsey Seelhof. Mexico: investigation into Juarez murders called off. off our backs 36.3 March 2006: p7(1)
Mar, Molina, Mar. Ciudad Juárez, el fracaso de la civilización: 360 mujeres asesinadas, 600 desaparecidas. (http://www.rebelion.org/mujer/031223molina.htm) Rebelion. December 23, 2003. In Spanish only.
Marchand, M. (2004). "Neo-Liberal Disciplining, Violence and Transnational Organizing: The Struggle for Women's Rights in Ciudad Juarez." Development 47(1): 88-93.
Marin, C. (2007). "Staging Femicide/Confronting Reality: Negotiating Gender and Representation in La Mujeres De Juarez." Gender Forum 17(1): 1-10.
Martin, Gary. "Latino caucus eyes violence on border". San Antonio Express-News, December 13, 2006. pg. 4A.
"Mexican first lady speaks out on slayings in Ciudad Juarez". The America's Intelligence Wire March 17, 2004 pNA
"Mexican government commission says killings of women decline in Ciudad Juarez. Associated Press Worldstream, December 7, 2004.
"Mexican government to give money to relatives of women killed in Ciudad JuárezVictim's families to get money". El Universal (Mexico), January 5, 2005.
"Mexican government to give millions to relatives of border slaying victims". The Associated Press State & Local Wire, March 2, 2005.
"Mexican president offers aid to relatives of border slaying victims". Associated Press Worldstream, November 25, 2004
"Mexico: UN commissioner criticizes Chihuahua". Latinnews Daily, February 24, 2005.
"Mexico's runaway crime". The Baltimore Sun, April 4, 2004. 4C.
Miller, Kathleen. "U.N. report urges Mexico to do more to end to violence against women in Juarez, elsewhere". Associated Press Worldstream, November 24, 2006.
Miller, Patrick. "Juarez Deaths Focus of Women's Groups Trip". Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico), October 18, 2004.
Mitchell, Peter. "Haunting tale of of desert deaths". The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney, Australia), July 11, 2004.Express; Pg. 101.
Monárrez Fragoso, Julia Estela. "La cultura del feminicidio en Ciudad Juárez, 1993-1999". Frontera Norte, 12:23 (Jan-June 2000), 87-117. Abst, bibl, stats.
Monárrez Fragoso, Julia Estela. "Serial Sexual Femicide in Ciudad Juárez, 1993-2001". Aztlán, 28:2 (Fall 2003), 153-178. Bibl, tables, stats.
Montemayor, Mariana. "Key witness in Mexican border city slayings arrested, accused of lying". Associated Press Worldstream, February 20, 2007.
Montemayor, Mariana. "Mexican families seek outside help". Houston Chronicle. July 27, 2006. A21
Montemayor, Mariana. "New lab ready to help solve Juarez crimes". The Houston Chronicle. September 23, 2006, A22.
Montemayor, Marina. "Ten members of two criminal gangs sentenced for killing women in Juarez". Associated Press. January 7, 2005.
Moore, Lynn. "Group speaks out in murders of Mexican women". The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec), March 17, 2004. A7.
Moore, Molly. "An Anguished Quest for Justice; Flaws Frustrate Hunt For Women's Killers". The Washington Post, June 26, 2000 A01.
Moore, Molly. Nightmare in a City of Dreams. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/onassignment/juarez/ Washingtonpost.com
Moore, Molly. "Young Women Follow Journeys of Hope To Factories--and Then, to Violence; Bright Lights, Dark City".The Washington Post, June 25, 2000 A01.
Moreno, Ivan. "Arrest of Mexican a 'major break'". Rocky Mountain News. August 19, 2006. 6A
Moreno, Ivan. "Suspect in 10 murders arrested". Rocky Mountain News. August 18, 2006. A17
Moreno, Sylvia. "Unresolved Murders of Women Rankle in Mexican Border City; New State Officials Seek Justice in Hundreds of Bungled Cases." Washington Post, December 16, 2005, A30 .
"The murdered women of Juarez." Toronto Star. February 19, 2006. A10.
"Murdered women's toll passes 300 near Mexican border city: UN blames labour policies in factories for greater danger to women living in Ciudad Juárez". The Vancouver Province (British Columbia), March 4, 2003. Final Ed. C23.
"Murders of ‘invisible women’ grow at Mexican border". New Zealand Press Association, March 5, 2002.
"Names of the Women Found Dead in Ciudad Juarez. The Washington Post. June 25, 2000 A22.
Nathan, Debbie. "Work, Sex and Danger in Ciudad Juárez". NACLA Report on the Americas. Nov 1999 v33 i3 p24.
Nash, J. (2005). "Women in Between: Globalization and the New Enlightenment." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 31(1): 145-167.
Nathan, D. (1999). "Work, Sex, and Danger in Ciudad Juarez." Report on the Americas 33(3): 24-47.
Navarro, Mireya. "Who is killing the young women of Juarez? A filmmaker seeks answers". (Lourdes Portillo discusses her documentary 'Senorita Extraviada'). The New York Times, August 19, 2002 B3, E3.
"New federal prosecutor takes over investigation of Ciudad Juarez killings". The America's Intelligence Wire Feb 9, 2004 pNA
"New Investigator Named for Juarez Killings". Los Angeles Times. A5.
Nieves, Evelyn. "To work and die in Juarez: scores of young women workers have been murdered in this tough Mexican-border factory city. Now a grassroots women's movement is seeking answers--and justice". - http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/2002/05/juarez.html?welcome=true (Statistical Data Included in print version). Mother Jones, May-June 2002 v27 i3 p50(7)
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News articles about the murders from Ciudad Juárez. In Spanish.
Amigos de las Mujeres de Juarez - http://www.amigosdemujeres.org/
An activist group based in New Mexico. Included are news articles, a calander of events, a list of the women killed in 2005, and more.
Amnesty International - Women of Júarez - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0Nvvlf0Ljw
Bajo Juarez: La ciudad devorando a sus hijas - http://www.bajojuarez.com/
A film about the women of Juarez.
From the L.A. Times about the film Bajo Juarez.
Ciudad Juárez: The Serial Killer’s Playground. - http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial_killers/predators/ciudad_juarez/
Fairly comprehensive. Has a lengthy bibliography. From Court TV’s Crime Library website.
Ciudad Juárez women’s issues - http://www.nmsu.edu/~frontera/mar02/ March, 2002.
From the periodical Frontera NorteSur which provides provides on-line news coverage of the US-Mexico border, a publication of New Mexico State University.
Crisis in Ciudad Juarez - http://www.libertadlatina.org/Crisis_Lat_Mexico_Juarez_Femicide.htm
News articles archived back to 2001. From the Indigenous & Latina Women & Children's Human Rights News from the Americas.
Demand Justice for the Women and Families of Ciudad Juarez - http://www.mexicosolidarity.org/Juarez%20and%20Chihuahua/
From the México Solidarity Network.
The Disappearing Women of Juarez - http://rwor.org/a/v24/1161-1170/1166/juarez.htm
Female homicides in Ciudad Juárez - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaths_in_Ciudad_Ju%C3%A1rez. Wikipedia.
Article about the case. Includes criticism of the investigations, arrests, reactions, footnotes, references, and related links.
Femicides of Juarez and Chihuahua - http://www.mexicosolidarity.org/Juarez%20and%20Chihuahua/index.html
From the Mexico Solidarity Netowork.
History of the Ciudad Juarez Murders - http://www.mayhem.net/Crime/juarez.html
The Juarez Project - http://www.thejuarezproject.com/
Kahn, Irene. Diez años de desapariciones y asesinatos de mujeres en Ciudad Juárez y Chihuahua, Aug 11, 2003 (http://www.amnistia.org.mx/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=76)
From Amnesty International, Mexico. In Spanish.
Los Angeles for Women of Juárez- http://www.losangelesforwomenofjuarez.org/
An activist group in Los Angeles California. Included is information in English and Spanish about the House and Senate Resolutions introduced by Congresswoman Hilda Solis. There are related links which include activist groups in Los Angeles and Juárez.
Maquiladora means murder zone - http://old.maquilasolidarity.org/campaigns/niunamas/juarez_knox.htm
From the "Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN) is a Canadian network promoting solidarity with groups in Mexico, Central America, and Asia organizing in maquiladora factories and export processing zones to improve conditions and win a living wage."
Maquiladora Murders- http://chavez.ucla.edu/maqui_murders. Also at http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/chavez/maqui_murders/index.htm
From a conference at UCLA in 2003 about the murders.
May Our Daughters Return Home - http://www.geocities.com/pornuestrashijas/EUversion.html
An informative site with reprints of articles and background information. There is a petition to the governor of Chihuahua. Also available in Spanish, Italian, French, Portugués, German, and Catalan.
Mexico: Truth and justice for the murdered and abducted women of Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua - http://news.amnesty.org/index/ENGAMR410302005
Press release from Amnesty International, 2005.
Murder in Juárez - http://www.elpasotimes.com/borderdeath/
A collection of articles published in the El Paso Times.
Norteño song upsets officials. http://www2.eluniversal.com.mx/pls/impreso/noticia.html?id_nota=4295&tabla=miami
An online article from El Universal, April 26, 2004.
Nuestra Hijas de Regreso a Casa (May Our Daughters Return Home) - http://www.mujeresdejuarez.org/
Includes background information about the situation, documents and links, events, urgent actions, and newspaper articles. Primarily in Spanish, although parts are also available in English, French, Italian, German. Catalá, and Portuguese. From an organization founded by family members and friends of the killed and disappeared young women.
Nightmare in a City of Dreams - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/onassignment/juarez/
Articles and photographs from the Washington Post.
'Rich killers' stalk City of Lost Girls - http://observer.guardian.co.uk/print/0,3858,4787854-102275,00.html
Señorita Extraviada - http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2002/senoritaextraviada/index.html
This companion to a 2002 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) program "wades into the chaos of a booming border town to ask questions the authorities would rather ignore" about the "over 270 woman [who] have been raped and murdered" in Juárez, Mexico since 1993. Includes articles about Juárez and about maquiladoras ("foreign-owned assembly plants operated along the U.S.-Mexico border"), a list of "border lingo" with audio pronunciation guides, and related resources.
Shining a Light on Violence Against Women- http://www.wola.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=viewp&id=399&Itemid=8. Washington Office on Latin America.
There are related resources as well as a report titled Hidden in Plain Sight.
Stop Violence Against Women in Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua, México - http://www.amnestyusa.org/women/juarez/
From Amnesty International.
Ten years of intolerable crimes against women in Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua - http://www.amnistia.org.mx/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=117
From Amnesty International, Mexico.
Stop the Killing of the Women of Juarez - http://www.now.org/issues/global/juarez/index.html
Contains resources and articles. From the National Organization of Women.
V-Day 2004: Missing and Murdered Women In Juarez, Mexico - http://www.vday.org/contents/vcampaigns/spotlight/juarez
Campaign to spotlight the case.
Who's Killing the Women of Juarez? - http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1171962
A NPR (National Public Radio program) about the murders in Ciudad Juárez. Included are the audio files from the program, a photo gallery, related NPR stories and links.
Women of Juárez - http://www.codepink4peace.org/article.php?list=type&type=26
Includes background, actions, and related links which include local and international groups working on the issue. From Code Pink, Women for Peace.
Women of Juárez - http://womenofjuarez.egenerica.com/
Contains news, articles, a blog, and related links.
The Women of Juárez Demand Justice / Las Muertas de Juárez Demandan Justicia - http://www.politicalgraphics.org/exhibitions/28women_juarez.html
An online exhibition of more than sixty works of graphic artists first shown in Mexico City. From the Center for Political Graphics.