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W. E. French, Un recuerdo vivo: Diario y género en el siglo XIX, in Seminario de CIESAS, Unidad Istmo, 2005.
W. E. French, Mapping Masculine Desire: Love, Courtship and Power in Mid-Nineteenth Century Mexico, in 51st Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, 2004.
W. E. French, Imagining Lives, Imagining Nations: Letters and Longing in Porfirian and Revolutionary Mexico, in XI Reunion de Historiadores Mexicanos, Estadoundenses y Canadienses, Monterrey, Mexico, 2003.
W. E. French, ‘Te Amo Muncho:’ The Love Letters of Pedro and Enriqueta, in The Human Tradition in Mexico, J. M. Pilcher Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 2003, pp. 123-135.
W. E. French and Buffington, R., The Culture of Modernity, in The Oxford History of Mexico, M. C. Meyer and Beezley, W. H. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
W. E. French, Introduction, in ¿Quien Vive? An American Family in the Mexican Revolution, (Wilmington: Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1999.
W. E. French, Prostitutes and guardian angels: Women, work, and the family in Profirian Mexico, The Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 72, p. 529, 1992.
W. E. French, Business as Usual: Mexico North Western Railway Managers Confront the Mexican Revolution, Mexican Studies / Estudios Mexicanos, vol. 5, pp. 221-238, 1989.