*denotes student co-author

Hartmann, C., Hartmann, J.M.K., Lopez, A.,* & Flores, P.* (in press). Guidelines for health non-governmental organizations (NGOs) amidst civil unrest: lessons learned from Nicaragua. Global Public Health.

Hartmann, C. (2019). ‘Live Beautiful, Live Well’ (‘Vivir Bonito, Vivir Bien’) in Nicaragua: Environmental health citizenship in a post-neoliberal contextGlobal Public Health, 14(6-7), 923-38.

Hartmann, C. (2018). Waste picker livelihoods and inclusive neoliberal municipal solid waste management policies: The case of the La Chureca garbage dump site in Managua, NicaraguaWaste Management, 71, 565-77.

Morello, L., Marshall, P., Hartmann, C., Brooks, S., Colón-Zimmermann, K., & Goldenberg, A. (2017). Photo-documentation in the community: Reflections on genetics, health, and health disparities. International Journal of Epidemiology, 46(2), 485-89.

Hartmann, C. (2016). Postneoliberal Public Health Care Reforms: Neoliberalism, Social Medicine, and Persistent Health Inequalities in Latin America. American Journal of Public Health, 106(12), 2145-51.

Ettlinger, N., & Hartmann, C. (2015). Post/neo/liberalism in relational perspective. Political Geography, 48, 37-48.

Hartmann, C, Marshall, P., & Goldenberg, A. (2015). Is there a space for place in family history assessment? Underserved community views on the impact of neighborhood factors on health and prevention. The Journal of Primary Prevention, 36(2), 119-30.

Goldenberg, A., Hartmann, C., Morello, L., Brooks, S., Zimmermann, K., & Marshall, P. (2013). Gene-environment interactions and health inequalities: Views of underserved communities. Journal of Community Genetics, 4(4), 425-34.

Hartmann, C. (2012). Uneven Urban Spaces: Accessing Trash in Managua, Nicaragua. Journal of Latin American Geography, 11(1), 143-63.

Vesper, S., McKinstry, C., Hartmann, C., Neace, M., Yoder, S., & Vesper, A. (2008). Quantifying Fungal Viability in Air and Water Samples using Quantitative PCR after Treatment with Propidium Monoazide (PMA). Journal of Microbiological Methods, 72, 180-184.


General Readership (Editor-reviewed)

Hartmann, C. Mistrust Compels Anti-authoritarian Epidemiology in the Time of COVID-19. Common Dreams, 13 July. Retrieved from

Hartmann, C., Hegel, C., Crosby, C., Marin, J. (2020). Informal Recyclers are Essential to a Just and Green NYC; Here’s 7 Things We Must Do To Help Them Survive. Gotham Gazette, 21 June.

Hartmann, C., & Hegel, C. (2020). Informal Recyclers Fight for Survival in Gentrifying Brooklyn. NACLA Report on the Americas, 16 April.

Hartmann, C. (2019). Bolivia’s Plurinational Healthcare Revolution Will Not Be Defeated. NACLA Report on the Americas, 19 Dec.

Hartmann, C. (2014). A canal at what cost? Foreign Policy in Focus, 15 Dec.

Hartmann, C. (2013). Garbage, health, and wellbeing in Managua. NACLA Report on the Americas, 46(4), 62-5.

Hartmann, C. (2013). Una Chureca no totalmente nueva (A not entirely new La Chureca). La Prensa, 2 Nov, 11A (print version).



Hartmann, C. (2016). Public Health, Environment, and Development in Nicaragua and Latin America: A Post/neoliberal Perspective. Dissertation.

Hartmann, C. (2010). Accessing Trash: Conflict, Inequality, and the Managua Municipal Waste Site. M.A. Thesis.



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