2005 journal article
Investigation of the radiative strength function
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research. Section B, Beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms, 241(04-Jan), 180–184.
Beneath the volcano: religion, cosmology and spirit classification among the Nage of eastern Indonesia.
[Review of ]. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 9(2), 366–367.
Violence and vengeance: Discontent and conflict in new order Indonesia
[Review of ]. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 33(3), 407–409.
How to hold a tiwah: The potency of the dead and deathways among Ngaju Dayaks
In H. Chambert-Loir & A. Reid (Eds.), The potent dead: Ancestors, saints and heroes in contemporary Indonesia. Crows Nest, NSW, Australia: Asian Studies Association of Australia in association with Allen & Unwin; Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Ed(s): . H. Chambert-Loir & A. Reid
Fields of the lord: Animism, Christian minorities, and state development in Indonesia.
[Review of ]. Journal of Asian Studies, 60(2), 603–604.
Kayan religion: ritual life and religious reform in central Borneo
[Review of ]. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 6(1), 140.
Southeast Asian identities: Culture and the politics of representation in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand
[Review of ]. Contemporary Sociology, 29(2), 393–394.
The thread of life: Toraja reflections on the life cycle.
[Review of ]. American Ethnologist, 26(3), 762–763.
The unknown country: Death in Australia, Britain and the USA
[Review of ]. Contemporary Sociology, 28(3), 327–328.
1999 journal article
Tourism, ethnicity, and the state in Asian and Pacific societies
Antara Kita, 56/57(1999), 26–27.
In Traditional medicine among the Ngaju Dayak in central Kalimantan: The 1935 writings of a former Ngaju Dayak priest (Borneo Research Council monograph series ; v. 3). (p. vii-). Phillips, ME, USA: Borneo Research Council.
1997 journal article
Capturing the rituals of Borneo
News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], (1997 Mar. 27), 1A–16.
1997 journal article
Naming among the Ngaju
Sarawak Museum Journal, 51(72), 1–16.
Religion and identity in Central Kalimantan: The case of the Ngaju Dayaks
In Indigenous peoples and the state: Politics, land, and ethnicity in the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo (Monograph series (Yale University. Southeast Asia Studies) ; no. 46.). (pp. 171–193). New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies.
Small sacrifices: Religious change and cultural identity among the Ngaju of Indonesia
New York: Oxford University Press.