Journal Articles 

 Alamillo, José, “Warriors of the Court: Richard ‘Pancho’ Gonzalez, Rosemayr Casals and the History of U.S.Latino/as in Tennis” in Routledge Handbook of Tennis: History, Culture and Politics, ed. Robert J. Lake ( New York: Routledge, 2019)

Alamillo, José M. Clarke, Tracylee, Rodriguez, Donald. “Engaging Latino Communities with National Park Programs.” Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. Vol. 4 No. 1 May 2015. 136-148

Alamillo, José M and Carmen Lugo-Lugo, “Latino/as and Corporate Mestizaje.” Mujeres Talk. March 2015.

Alamillo, José M. (2010) “Playing Across Borders: Transnational Sports and Identities in Southern California and Mexico, 1930-1945.” Pacific Historical Review, 79(3):360-392.

Alamillo, José M. (2009) “Cinco de Mayo Inc.: Re-interpreting Latino Culture into a Commercial Holiday.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 33 (1): 217-238.

Alamillo, José M. (2009) “Richard ‘Pancho’ Gonzalez, Race, and the Print Media in Postwar Tennis America.” International Journal of the History of Sports, 26 (7): 947-965.

Alamillo, José M. (2003) “More Than a Fiesta: Ethnic Identity, Cultural Politics and Cinco de Mayo Festivals in Corona, California, 1930-1950.” Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies, 28(2):57-85

Alamillo, José M. (2003) “Peloteros in Paradise: Mexican American Baseball and Oppositional Politics in Southern California, 1930-1950” Western Historical Quarterly, 34 (2):191-211