Books Sclofsky, Sebastián (Forthcoming). Black, Poor, and from the Periphery: Experiencing Police Violence in São Paulo and Los Angeles. New York: New York University Press.
Journal Articles Sclofsky, Sebastián. (2021). “Broken Windows in the Río de la Plata: Constructing the Disorderly Other.” Criminological Encounters 4(1), pp. 31-49.
Funk, K & Sclofsky, S. (2021). “The Liberal Ideology: On Intellectual Pluralism and the Marginalization of Marxism in U.S. Political Science,” PS: Political Science & Politics 54(3), pp. 593-597.
Sclofsky, Sebastián (2018). “In Search for Peace: A New Approach to the Study of Violence in Latin America.” International Studies Review 20(1), pp. 170-172.
Sclofsky, S. & Funk, K (2018). “The Specter that Haunts Political Science: A Ruthless Criticism of Neglect and Misreadings of Marx in International Relations and Comparative Politics,” International Studies Perspectives 19(1), pp. 83-101.
Sclofsky, Sebastián (2016). “Policing Race in Two Cities: From Necropolitical Governance to Imagined Communities,” Journal of Social Justice 6.
Book Chapters Sclofsky, Sebastián (2021). “Police Violence in São Paulo: Between the Asphalt and the Hill,” in Shauhin Talesh, Heinz Klug, and Elizabeth Mertz (eds.) The Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 100-111.
Sclofsky, Sebastián. (2020). “’Our North is the South’: Lessons from Police-Community Encounters in São Paulo and Los Angeles,” in Rita Shah & Kate Henne (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Public Criminologies.
Sclofsky, S. & Funk, K. (2019). "The Specter that Haunts Political Science: The Neglect and Misreading of Marx in International Relations and Comparative Politics," in Sculos, B.W. & Caputi, M (eds.) Teaching Marx & Critical Theory in the 21st Century. Boston, MA: Brill Publishers. Pp. 15-47.
Book Reviews Sclofsky, Sebastián. (2020). “Tough on Crime: The Rise of Punitive Populism in Latin America. By Michelle D. Bonner. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019. 208p. $40 hardcover,” Perspective of Politics 18(1), pp. 299-301.