Articles and Book Chapters:
2022 “Epistemic Doubt and Affective Certainty: Counting Homotransphobia in Brazil.” [Forthcoming in Theory and Society].
2022 “Keyword: Backlash.” [Forthcoming in Feminist Anthropology].
2021 “ ‘Gays Have Taken the Paulista!’: Queer Protest and Placemaking in São Paulo.” Journal of Global South Studies. 38(1). 168-193.
2021 “Experimental Urbanity in São Paulo." (Co-written with Aiala Levy and Daniel Gough). Journal of Global South Studies. 38(1). 1-24.
2020 “Choreographing Exclusions: Race, Place and Protest in São Paulo.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies. 15(3). 225-235.
2019 "Subversive, Mother, Kill Joy: The Brazilian Right's Case Against Dilma Rousseff." Signs: Journal of Women and Culture in Society. 44(3). 717-741.
2014 “‘Marijuana is a Crime, But Homophobia is Just Fine:’ The Scandalous Logics of Queer Solidarity.” in Queering Paradigms IV: South-North Dialogues on Queer Epistemologies, Embodiments and Activisms. London: Peter Lang. 215-236.
2020 Review of Leticia Alvarado (2018). Abject Performances: Aesthetic Strategies in Latino Cultural Production. Visual Studies. 10.1080/1472586X.2020.1741938
2019 Review of Erica Robb Larkins. 2015. The Spectacular Favela: Violence in Modern Brazil. University of California Press. Urbanities: Journal of Urban Ethnography. 9(1). 112-114.
2019 "Christopher Street Pier #2 (Crossed Legs), 1976." Entry for Art Purposes: Object Lessons for the Liberal Arts. Joachim Hochman, ed. New York: Del Monico-Prestel. 174-175.
2018 "Rites of Participation: Popular Encounters and Democratic Ritual in Brazil." Review of Victor Albert's The Limits to Citizen Power. In Anthropology Book Forum. Available online.
2017 “Whose Secularity?” Anthropology News website, November 22, 2017.
2016 Review of Vinodh Venkatesh's The Body as Capital: Masculinities in Contemporary Latin American Fiction. In Masculinities Journal. 6.
2014 "A Tale of Two Rios: Urbanization and Displacement in Brazil." Latin America/Chicago: Newsletter for the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Chicago. pp. 3-4.
2014 "Sex Politics Between Anticolonialism and Human Security." Review of Paul Amar's The Security Archipelago and Scott Morgensen's Spaces Betw