2017 Framing a Lost City: Science, Photography and the Making of Machu Picchu. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Peer-reviewed articles & book chapters
2018 “Living on a Prayer: Neo-Monasticism and Socio-ecological Change.” Religion. DOI: 10.1090/0048721X.2018.1520752.
2018. “Archival Labyrinth: Words, Things and Bodies in Epistemic Formation.” Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society, (1:1) 131-146. DOI: 10.1080/25729861.2018.1514713.
2017 “Evaluations that Fail: Small Samples, Nasty Emails and Tenuous Futures.” Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, July 13.
2017 “Neo-monastics in North Carolina: De-growth and a Theology of Enough.” Journal of Political Ecology, (24) 543-565.
2016 “Machu Picchu: An Andean Utopia for the 21stCentury?” World Heritage Sites and Tourism: Global and Local Relations, M.G. Barbas, L. Bourdeau and M. Robinson, eds., Pp. 37-44, London: Routledge.
2015 “Doing Christianity: Intentional Communities and Social Justice in the Early 21stCentury.” Religious Diversity Today: Experiencing Religion in the Contemporary World, J.G. Goulet, L. Murphy, and A. Panagakos, eds., Pp. 35-64, Westport, CT: Praeger,
2014 “Latin America as Laboratory: The Camera and the Yale Peruvian Expeditions (1911, 1912, 1914-15).” Beyond Imported Magic: Essays on Science, Technology and Society in Latin America, E. Medina, I. Da Costa Marques, C. Holmes, eds., Pp. 245-266, Boston: MIT Press.
Winner -2016 Amsterdamska Award from European Association for the Study of Science and Technology for most creative collaboration in an edited book.
2012 “Collecting a ‘Lost City’ for Science: Huaquero Vision and the Yale Peruvian Expeditions to Machu Picchu.” Ethnohistory (59:2) 293-321.
2007 “Purifying bodies, Translating Race: The Lantern Slides of Sir Everard im Thurn.”History of Photography (31:4) 348-364.
Reviews - books & films
2018 “Looking Beyond the Ranges: Lost Cities and Scientific Virtue in Hollywood Cinema.” Review of the films The Lost City of Z and Embrace of the Serpent. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, (23:2) 397-400.
2017 Darwin’s Man in Brazil: The Evolving Science of Fritz Müller. In H-Latam, special issue on science in Latin America, February 14.
2014 Negotiating Culture: Heritage, Ownership and Intellectual Property, Laetitia La Follette, eds. Journal of Anthropological Research, (70:2).
2013 Extreme Collecting: Challenging Practices for 21stCentury Museums, Graeme Were and JCH King, eds. Visual Anthropology Review. Fall, (29:2) 168-169.
2012 Take Me to My Paradise: Tourism and Nationalism in the British Virgin Islands,Colleen Ballerino Cohen 2010, Rutgers University Press. American Anthropologist, (114:2) 373-374.
2011 The Tourism Encounter: Fashioning Latin American Nations and Histories, Florence Babb, Stanford University Press. Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute, (18) 207-208.