Reverse anthropology. Indigenous analysis of social and environmental relations in New Guinea
[Review of ]. Anthropos, 103(1), 268–269.
Our skins are weak: Ipili modernity and the demise of discipline
In Embodying modernity and postmodernity: Ritual, praxis, and social change in Melanesia (pp. 39–67). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
2007 journal article
Whitemen, the Ipili, and the city of gold: A history of the politics of race and development in highlands New Guinea
ETHNOHISTORY, 54(3), 445–472.
2006 journal article
Empowering the past, confronting the future: The Duna people of Papua New Guinea
Mountain Research and Development, 26(4), 381–382.
Becoming sinners: Christianity and moral torment in a Papua New Guinea Society
[Review of ]. Contemporary Sociology, 34(5), 518–519.
Emplacement and millennial expectations in an era of development and globalization: Heaven and the appeal of Christianity for the Ipili
[Review of ]. American Anthropologist, 107(4), 643–653.
2002 journal article
Remaking the world: Myth, mining, and social change among the Duna of Papua New Guinea
Journal of the Polynesian Society, 111(4), 405–407.
2001 journal article
Coca Cola and Kolo: Land, ancestors, and development
Anthropology Today, 17(4), 3–8.
On the outside looking in: Attitudes and responses of non-landowners toward mining at Porgera
In B. Imbun & P. McGavin (Eds.), Mining in Papua New Guinea: Analysis and policy implications (pp. 45–62). Papua New Guinea : University of Papua New Guinea Press.
Ed(s): . B. Imbun & . P. McGavin
In K. A. R. Pierce & S. McGowan (Eds.), The history and ethnohistory of the Aleutians East Borough (pp. 213–242). Kingston, Ont.; Fairbanks, AK: Limestone Press.
Ed(s): K. R. Pierce & . S. McGowan