Books in University Presses
Forthcoming, Shift: An Ethnography of Mining, Movement, and the Environment in the Chocó, Colombia. Seattle: University of Washington Press. (In revision).
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
2014, “Narratives of Citizenship and Violence in Antioquia” in Cristina Rojas and Judy Metzler (Eds.), Narratives and Imaginings of Citizenship in Latin America. (103-116) New York, NY: Routledge.
2015, Muddy Decisions: Gold in the Chocó, Colombia. The Extractive Industries and Society Journal, 2(4), 722-733.
2013, “Narratives of Citizenship and Violence in Antioquia.” Citizenship Studies, 17(5) 627-640.
2014. “La Violencia in Colombia, through Stories of the Body.” In Eric A. Johnson, Ricardo Salvatore, and Pieter Spierenburg (Eds.), Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America (126-150).Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
2013, “La Violencia in Colombia, through Stories of the Body.” Bulletin of Latin American Research, 32 126-150. (equal contribution with Cristina Rojas)
Other Articles Reviewed by Editorial Boards
2017, “Self Help for Writers.” Culture: The Newsletter for the Canadian Anthropology Society, 11.1.
2016, “Notes: Notes on the Diaspora, and Other Things.” Nokoko, 5, vii-xiii. (co-author with Wangui Kimari).
2016, “Getting on the Tenure Track.” Culture: The Newsletter for the Canadian Anthropology Society, 10.2.
2014, “Editorial Notes: Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in Africa.” Nokoko, 4, 1–10. (co-author with Wangui Kimari, Nduka Otiono, Toby Moorsom, and Blair Rutherford).
2018, “The everyday Black social economy in the Chocó, Colombia.” In Caroline Shenaz Hossein (Ed.) The Black Social Economy: Diverse Community Economies in the United States, Canada, England and Latin America and the Caribbean. New York: Palgrave.
2017, “The para-state: An ethnography of Colombia’s death squads by Aldo Civico.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies / Revue canadienne des études latino-américaines et caraïbes, 42:1, 121-123
2017, “Unearthing Conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru by Fabiana Li.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. (In-press).