2022. Boniface and Bede in the Pacific: Exploring Anamorphic Comparisons between the Hiberno-Saxon Missions and the Anglican Melanesian Mission. In Global Perspectives on Early Medieval England, ed. Karen Louise Jolly and Britton Elliott Brooks, 190-216. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. Click here to read this chapter.
2021. How the Missionary got his Mana: Charles Elliot Fox and the Power of Name-Exchange in Solomon Islands. Oceania 91(1): 106-127. Click here to read this article.
2017. Getting more real with wonder: an afterword (in special issue: Social Formations of Wonder, edited by Jaap Timmer and Matt Tomlinson). Journal of Religious and Political Practice 3(3): 212-229. Click here to read this article.
2016. To be Makiran is to see like Mr Parrot: the anthropology of wonder in Solomon Islands. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 22(3): 474-495. Click here to read this article.
2015. Cosmogony today: counter-cosmogony, perspectivism, and the return of anti-biblical polemic. Religion and Society: Advances in Research 6: 44-61. Click here to read a pre-publication version of this article.
2015. “When people have a vision they are very disobedient”. A Solomon Islands Case Study for the Anthropology of Christian Ontologies. In Individualisierung durch christliche Mission? ed. Martin Fuchs, Antje Linkenbach-Fuchs, and Wolfgang Reinhard, 635-650. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. Click here to read a pre-publication version of this article.
2014. To be a wonder: anthropology, cosmology, and alterity. In Framing Cosmologies: The Anthropology of Worlds, ed. Allen Abramson and Martin Holbraad, 31-54. Manchester: University of Manchester Press.
2014. Anthropological Cosmochemistry. Anthropology of This Century, Issue 11. Click here to read this review essay of Philippe Descola's book, Beyond Nature and Culture.
2014. Collecting Makira: Kakamora Stones, Shrine Stones and the Grounds for Things in Arosi. In The Things We Value: Culture and History in Solomon Islands, ed. Ben Burt and Lissant Bolton, 67-79. Canon Pyon, UK: Sean Kingston Publishing.
2014. Equal Time for Entities. Fieldsights — Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology Online, January 13. Click here to read this article.
2013. The Anthropology of Ontology (Religious Science?). Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 19(4): 859-872.
2013. Steps to a methodological nondualism. In The group for debates in anthropological theory (GDAT), The University of Manchester: The 2011 annual debate – Nondualism is philosophy not ethnography, ed. Soumhya Venkatesan et al., 303-8, 356. Critique of Anthropology 33(3): 300-60. Click here to read the debate.
2013. "Heaven on Earth" or Satan's "Base" in the Pacific?: Internal Christian Politics in the Dialogic Construction of the Makiran Underground Army'. In Christian Politics in Oceania, ed. Matt Tomlinson and Debra McDougall, 49-77. Oxford: Berghahn Books. Click here to read this chapter.
2012. The Matter of Makira: Colonialism, Competition, and the Production of Gendered Peoples in Contemporary Solomon Islands and Medieval Britain. History and Anthropology 23(1): 115-148. Click here to read this article.
2011. 'The Makiran Underground Army: Kastom Mysticism and Ontology Politics in South-east Solomon Islands'. In Made in Oceania: Social Movements, Cultural Heritage and the State in the Pacific, ed. Edvard Hviding and Knut M. Rio, 195-222. Wantage: Sean Kingston Publishing. Click here to read this chapter.
2008. 'Proto-People and Precedence: Encompassing Euroamericans through Narratives of "First Contact" in Solomon Islands'. In Exchange and Sacrifice, ed. Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern, 141-176. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
2007.Neither "New Melanesian History" nor "New Melanesian Ethnography": Recovering Emplaced Matrilineages in Southeast Solomon Islands. Oceania 77(3): 337-354. Click here to read this article.
2007. The Severed Snake: Matrilineages, Making Place, and a Melanesian Christianity in Southeast Solomon Islands. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
2005. "I was like Abraham": Notes on the anthropology of Christianity from the Solomon Islands. Ethnos 70(1): 101-125.
2005. Hybridity, vacuity, and blockage: Visions of chaos from anthropological theory, Island Melanesia, and Central Africa. Comparative Studies in Society and History 47(1): 190-216. Click here to read this article.
2000. Ignorance is cosmos; knowledge is chaos: Articulating a cosmological polarity in the Solomon Islands. Social Analysis 44(2): 56-83