Peer-reviewed chapters and articles
2020, with Tal Adler, 'Dead images: Facing the history, ethics and politics of European skull collections' + 'Reflexive photography and the transformation of shock - An interview', in M. Hamm & K. Schönberger (eds.), Contentious Heritages and Arts: A Critical Companion. Klagenfurt/Celovec, Austria: Wieser-Verlag.
2019, 'Disposing of dead images: reflections on contentious heritage as toxic waste', in A. Schneider (ed.), Art, Anthropology and Contested Heritage. London & New York: Bloomsbury., pp. 147-158.
2018, 'Human remains: rights and responsibilities', in H. Callan (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. New York: Wiley Blackwell.
2018, with L. Fibiger, T. Adler, J. Smith & A. Szöke, 'EXPOSURE: The ethics of makings, sharing and displaying photographs of human remains', Human Remains and Violence, vol. 4, no 1, pp. 3-24.
2018, 'A clearing with a view to the lake, the bones of a caribou and the sound of snow falling on dead leaves: sensing the presence of the past in the wilds of Newfoundland'. In F Polack (ed.), Traces of Ochre: Changing Perspectives on the Beothuk. University of Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 94-114.
2016, 'A stone that feels right in the hand: tactile memory, the abduction of agency and presence of the past' Journal of Material Culture, vol 22, no 1, pp. 110-130.
2016, 'Disarticulated bones' Journal of Techniques and Culture, special issue Fixing the World: Excess, Leftover and Innovation, number 65-66.
2016, 'A "Beothuck Indian" Skeleton (not) in a Glass Case: Rumours of Bones and the Remembrance of an Exterminated People in Newfoundland', in J.-M. Dreyfuss & E. Anstett (eds.) Human Remains in Society. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 220-248.
2015, 'A dog story from Newfoundland (revisited)' Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology, vol 5, no. 2, special Issue Doing Things with Stories, pp 37-51.
2014, 'Communicating your research and writing up', in N Konopinski (ed.), Doing anthropological research: a practical guide. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 118-143.
2014, with A. Cook, 'Zipping up or zipping down: reflections on integration at the front line' Journal of Integrated Care, vol 23, no. 3.
2013, with J. Fontein, 'The vitality and efficacy of human substances' Critical African Studies, vol 5, no. 3, pp. 115-126.
2012, with P. Filippucci, J. Fontein & C. Krmpotich, 'Encountering the past: Unearthing remnants of humans in archaeology and anthropology', in D. Shankland (ed.), Archaeology and Anthropology: Past, Present and Future: ASA Monographs 48. Berg, London, pp. 197–217.
2011, with G. Huby & S. Grant, 'Contributions of ethnography to the study of public services management' Public Management Review, vol 13, no. 2, pp. 209-225.
2010, 'Of bleeding skulls and the postcolonial uncanny: bones and the presence of Nonosabasut and Demasduit' Journal of Material Culture, vol 15, no. 4, pp. 403-421.
2010, with C. Krmpotich & J. Fontein, 'The substance of bones: The emotive materiality and affective presence of human remains' Journal of Material Culture, vol 15, no. 4, pp. 371-384.
1992, 'On the crossing of boundaries: the object of research and the researcher as object', in H. van’t Land & B. Rausch (eds.), Graduate Work in Canadian Studies in Europe, ACSN, Canadian Cahiers No. 7.
2010, with G. Huby,P. Warner, E. Donaghy, R. Lee, L. Williams, P. Huxley, S. Evans, C. Barker, J. White & S. Philpin, Supporting the reconfiguration of social care roles in the UK. London: Department of Health.