Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
“The Master Translator: Sally Merry and the Interdisciplinary Study of Law.” Law and Society Review 54(4): 834-838. Co-Authored with Matthew Canfield.
“Volatility.” Cultural Anthropology from the series, “Speaking Volumes,” ed. Franck Billé.
“Accounting for Loss in Fish 'Stocks': A Word on Life as Biological Asset.” Environment and Society: Advances in Research 8: 144-160.
“Consensus for Whom?: Gaming the Market for Atlantic Bluefin Tuna through the Empire of Bureaucracy.” The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 33: 49-64.
“Fishing for the Anthropocene: Time in Ocean Governance.” Pp. 95-109 in Timescales: Thinking across Ecological Temporalities, eds. Bethany Wiggan, Carolyn Fornoff and Patricia Eunji Kim. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Op-Eds, Magazines, Blogs & Podcasts
“Cultivating Care for One of the Ocean’s Most Majestic Creatures.” University of Minnesota Press Blog.
“The Language of Ocean Governance: An Anthropological View of a Global Village.” Mare Nullius Blog.
“Imagining Emergencies: Visual Narratives of Crisis in US Newsmagazines.” Visual Essay Co-Authored with Nandi Dill. Public Edge.
In the News
"Two Tunas and a Tale of Managed Extinction.” Mongabay (interview by Mike Gaworecki).
“Inside the Rule-Breaking Movement to Make High-End Sushi More Sustainable.” Robb Report by Caroline Hatchett.
"'Red Gold:' The High Price Tuna Pay for Being Tasty: Why the Global Regulation of Tuna Is Driving Them to Extinction.” Psychology Today (interview by Marc Bekoff).
“Tragedy of the Commodified.” Earth Island Journal (interview by Austin Price).