Out and Available
- forthcoming. “Intertextual Politics: Presence, Erasure, and the Hopi Language”. American Ethnologist, 48 (4).
- 2019. Notes on the expression of ‘knowledge’ in two Hopi dialects. Archival deposit. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA.
- 2019. Review of Vélez-Ibáñez, Carlos G., Hegemonies of Language and Their Discontents: The Southwest North American Region Since 1540. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 2017. Pp. 352. Language in Society, 798-799.
- 2017. “Dialogic Discourses of French and English in Acadie”. Linguistic Minorities and Society, (8) 6-18.
- 2017. (with Jane Anderson and Justin Richland) “Labeling Knowledge: The semiotics of immaterial cultural property and the production of new Indigenous publics”, In Engaging Native Publics, ed. Paul Kroskrity, Barbra Meek, 184-204.
In the works
- In preparation. Notes on paradigms of possessive constructions in different Hopi dialects. To be deposited at the Whatcom Museum Archives, Bellingham, WA.
- In preparation. “Tuwat or Talking in Turn: Silence, Turn-taking and Ethical Relationality in a Segment of the Hopi Speech Community”
- In preparation. “Emergent Registers of Cultural Property: Dialogism and Authority at the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office”
In Brainstorm Stage
- New writing interests include: recovering Hopi women’s voices from mid-century ethnobotanical fieldnotes; Benjamin Lee Whorf and his visit to Hopi in the 1930s
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