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2018-19           Disability from the South: A Lexicon. Special series for Somatosphere. Co-edited with Michele Friedner; 15 short-essay contributions              

2018                The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 36 (1). Special issue on cognitive disability. Co-edited with Patrick McKearney              

Forthcoming  “Growth,” Environmental Humanities (with Sandra Calkins)

2023                 “On Bundling: The Social Aesthetics of Growth and Exchange in Central Uganda,” AFRICA 93 (3): 371-392 (with Sandra Calkins)              

2022                “Disability Rights and Wrongs in Uganda,” Current History 121 (835): 190-195.

2021                “Prosthetics of the Soul: Christianity, Disability, and Transitional Experience in Uganda,” Ethos (39) 3: 249-263.

2021              “An Ecology of Disabled Minds in Urban Uganda,” Medical Anthropology 40 (2): 169-181. 

2019                “Appearances of Disability and Christianity in Uganda,” Cultural Anthropology 34 (3): 444-470.

2018                “The Possibilities of Failure: Personhood and Cognitive Disability in Urban Uganda,” The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 36 (1): 61-79.

2018                “For an Anthropology of Cognitive Disability,” The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology (with Patrick McKearney) 36 (1): 1-22.

2021                “Reading Strathern’s Relations,” Zeitschrift für Ethnologie (with Claudia Liebelt et al.) 146 (1/2): 219-224

2019                “Population (What Is It Good For?),” Anthropological Quarterly (with Sandra Calkins) 92(3): 919-930.

2022                “What Fieldwork Can Increasingly Be,” Patchwork Ethnography   

2020                “Disabled Lives, Personhood, and Politics in Uganda: An Interview with Tyler Zoanni”, Society for Cultural Anthropology Fieldsights

2019                “Care in the middle voice,” Disability from the South, Somatosphere

 2018                “Disability from the South: A Lexicon,” Disability from the South, Somatosphere (co-written with Michele Friedner)

 2018                “All Too Superhuman,” In Media Res (contribution to special series on “Advertising and Social Justice”).

2017                “Creating an Accessible Online Presentation,” SCA Meetings, Cultural Anthropology website (November).

2019                Disability and World Religions: An Introduction, eds. Darla Y. Schumm and Michael Stolzfus (Baylor, 2016), for ALTER: European Journal of Disability Studies 13(1): 65-66.

 2018                Knut Christian Myhre, ed. Cutting and Connecting: “Afrinesian” Perspectives on Networks, Relationality, and Exchange (Berghahn, 2016) in Social Anthropology 26(4): 592-594.

2017                Shanti Parikh, Regulating Romance: Youth Love Letters, Moral Anxiety, and Intervention in Uganda’s Time of AIDS (Vanderbilt, 2016) in Anthropological Quarterly 90(2): 565-569.

2016                Susan Reynolds Whyte, ed., Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda (Duke, 2014) in Social Anthropology 24(3): 412-413.

2013                The 36th Annual Margaret Mead Film Festival. Visual Anthropology Review 29(1): 72-75.

2010                “Best and Promising Practices in Accessible and Affordable Housing.” The State of Housing in America in the 21st Century: A Disability Perspective. Washington, DC: National Council on Disability. (With Mary Lou Breslin)

2009                The Current State of Health Care for People with Disabilities. Washington, DC: National Council on Disability. (Contributor)

2007                Settlement as Development: Warnings, Insights, and Suggestions for this Moment in the Covie Land Claim. George, South Africa: Southern Cape Land Committee

2016                The Ladies. (13 min. color HD) Distributed by Documentary Educational Resources. Screenings include: Margaret Mead Film Festival, 2015; Queens World Film Festival, Queens, NY, 2016; Ethnografilm, Paris, 2016; Minneapolis Film Festival, 2016; Chicago Underground Film Festival, 2016; New York Picture Start Film Festival, 2016; Society for Visual Anthropology Festival, 2017