2023. Discordant Temporalities of Migration and Childhood. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 29(4): 763-783.
(2020) 2023. “Childhood”. In The Open Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by Felix Stein.
2020. Invisible Children? Non-Recognition, Humanitarian Blindness and Other Forms of Ignorance in Sabah, Malaysia. Critique of Anthropology. 40(4): 455-470.
2019. Stuck in the Short Term: Immobility and Temporalities of Care among Florenese Migrants in Sabah, Malaysia. Ethnos. Special Issue on ‘Care and Control in Asian Migrations’.
2019. Najwa Latif – ‘Sahabat’. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society. 43(2): 84-87. Special Section, ‘The Fieldwork Playlist’. https://doi.org/10.30676/jfas.v43i2.77654
2018. Impossible Children: Illegality and Excluded Belonging among Children of Migrants in Sabah, East Malaysia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 44 (7): 1081-1097. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1357464
2017. Contested Statelessness in Sabah, Malaysia: Irregularity and the Politics of Recognition. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. 15(3): 250-268. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15562948.2017.1283457
2016. 'Introduction: Encountering Children' and 'Guide to Further Reading.' In Catherine Allerton (ed.) Children: Ethnographic Encounters. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
2016. ' "Difficult" Children: Ethnographic Chaos and Creativity in Migrant Malaysia.' In Catherine Allerton (ed.) Children: Ethnographic Encounters. Londn: Bloomsbury Academic.
2014. Statelessness and the Lives of the Children of Migrants in Sabah, East Malaysia. Tilburg Law Review. Special Issue on Statelessness. 19: 26-34.
2013. Potent Landscapes: Place and Mobility in Eastern Indonesia. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
2012. Visible relations and invisible realms: speech, materiality and two Manggarai landscapes. In Landscapes Beyond Land (eds) A. Arnason, N. Ellison, J. Vergunst and A. Whitehouse. Oxford: Berghahn, EASA Series.
2012. ‘Landscape, power and agency in Eastern Indonesia’ In Southeast Asian perspectives on power (eds) Liana Chua, Joanna Cook, Nicholas Long and Lee Wilson. London: Routledge, pp67-80.
2012. Making guests, making 'liveliness': The transformative substances and sounds of Manggarai hospitality. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Special Issue, 'Returning to hospitality: Strangers, guests and ambiguous encounters' (eds) M. Candea and G. da Col. 18: S49-S62.
2009. Introduction: Spiritual Landscapes of Southeast Asia. Anthropological Forum. Special Issue on "Spiritual Landscapes of Southeast Asia: Changing Geographies of Religion and Potency" Vol. 19 (3): 235 - 251.
2009. Static Crosses and Working Spirits: Anti-Syncretism and Agricultural Animism in Catholic West Flores. Anthropological Forum. Special Issue on "Spiritual Landscapes of Southeast Asia: Changing Geographies of Religion and Potency" Vol. 19 (3): 271 - 287
2007. What does it mean to be alone? In Questions of Anthropology. Rita Astuti, Jonathan Parry and Charles Stafford (eds). Oxford: Berg. Read the chapter.
2007. Lipsticked brides and powdered children: cosmetics and the allure of modernity in an eastern Indonesian village. In Body arts and modernity, Michael O'Hanlon and Elizabeth Ewart (eds). Wantage: Sean Kingston.
2007. The secret life of sarongs: Manggarai textiles as super-skins. Journal of Material Culture 12(1): 22-46.
2004. The path of marriage: journeys and transformation in eastern Indonesia. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (BKI) 160(2/3): 339-362.
2003. Authentic housing, authentic culture? Transforming a village into a "tourist site" in Manggarai, eastern Indonesia. Indonesia and the Malay World 31(no. 89): 119-128.