|Under contract||Talking Like Children: Language and Age in the Marshall Islands. Oxford Studies in the Anthropology of Language. New York: Oxford University Press.|
Peer Reviewed Articles
|Forthcoming||Force Signs: Ideologies of Corporal Discipline in Academia and the Marshall Islands. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology|
Negotiating Age: Direct Speech and the Sociolinguistic Construction of Childhood in the Marshall Islands. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. 24(2):109-132. PDF
Selected by the editors as the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology’s 2014 contribution to Déjà Lu (2016, issue 4), the e-journal of the World Council of Anthropological Associations.
|2014||Holding On: Adoption, Kinship Tensions, and Pregnancy in the Marshall Islands. American Anthropologist. 116(3):578-590. PDF|
|2011||The Irony of Immaturity: K’iche’ Children as Mediators and
Buffers in Adult Social Interactions. Childhood
|2009||Voices of Outreach: The Construction of Identity and
Maintenance of Social Ties among Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries.
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
Other Publications and Blog Posts
|2016||Aged Culture. Life Course Blog. Life Course Collaborative Research Network, February 8.|
|2013||Passive First-Person Recordings: A New Way to Study Children. Anthropology of Childhood and Youth Interest Group Newsletter. 5(1):3-4. PDF|
|2012||Children Have Nothing to Hide: Deception, Age, and Avoiding
Giving in the Marshall Islands. PhD Dissertation,
University of Chicago. Children Have Nothing to Hide