Journal articles and book chapters
(accepted/in press) Water in atmospheric suspension: Contact zones between ethnography and speculative realism. Social Analysis: The International Journal of Anthropology 66 (2).
(accepted/in press) Speculative relations in Lima: Encounters with the limits of fog capture and ethnography. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 12 (2).
2022. Experimenting with fog: Environmental infrastructures, infrastructuring environments, and the infrastructure of infrastructure. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space (ahead of print).
2022. Exploring the extra-planetary: Social studies of outer space. Co-authored with P. Timko, K. Korpershoek, and A. Szolucha. Anthropology Today 38 (3): 9-12.
2022. Displacing (in)formality: Endangered species, endangered city, and unstable grounds of comparison. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 28 (2): 516-536.
2021. Ecology of capture: Creating land titles out of thin air in coastal Peru. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology (ahead of print).
2021. The (ontological) politics of fog capture in Lima, Peru. Anthropology Today 37 (1): 13-16.
2021. Anthropology of Infrastructures. In The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, ed. H. Callan, 1-8. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
(forthcoming) Speculations on Islamic sonic-aeolian cosmotechnics. Co-authored with S. Tettner. Fragmentary Institute of Comparative Timelines.
2020. When things don’t hold: Failure, breakdown, and dysfunction. Co-authored with R. Berisha and L. Mafizzoli. Allegra Lab. [pdf]
2020. Attunements to fog: Capture as an idiom for more-than-human entanglements. NatureCulture. [pdf]
2021. Fallout, security, and alternative planetary futures. Anthropology Book Forum 7 (1). [pdf]
2021. Hannah Knox, Thinking Like a Climate: Governing a City in Times of Environmental Change. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 328, 2020. The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 39 (1): 152-153.
2021. Multiple nature-cultures, diverse anthropologies. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology 86 (1): 193-195.
2020. Were, Graeme. 2019. How materials matter: design, innovation and materiality in the Pacific. New York: Berghahn Books. 212 pp. Hb.: US$120.00. ISBN: 9781789202014. Social Anthropology 28 (1): 207-208.