The Spiral of Sovereignty: Enacting and Entangling the State from Haiti's Streets. American Anthropologist, forthcoming
"The Magic of Guns: Scriptive Technology and Violence in Haiti. American Ethnologist, 2018.
"The Haitian Military as a Family Affair," In Caribbean Military Encounters, Shalini Puri and Lara Putnam, eds., 2017.
"Sympathetic Graffiti in Haiti: Jerry’s Murals as a Scene of Pedagogical Identification." Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, 2017
"Carnival Bands, Popular Politics, and the Craft of Showing the People in Haiti," In Showing Off, Showing Up: Studies of Hype, Heightened Performance, and Cultural Power, Laurie Frederik, Kim Marra, and Catherine Schuler, eds., 2017.
"Street Sovereignty: Violence, Power, and Respect Among the Haitian Baz.," In Who Owns Haiti: People, Power, and Sovereignty, Robert Maguire and Scott Freeman, eds., 2017.
"Becoming a Force in the Zone: Hedonopolitics, Masculinity, and the Quest for Respect on Haiti’s Streets." Cultural Anthropology, 2014
Supplemental media and author interview available here.
"Unmaking the State in 'Occupied' Haiti." PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 2012
Supplemental media available here.
"To Defend or Develop? On the Politics of Engagement Among Local Organizations, Before and After the Earthquake." Journal of Haitian Studies, 2012
"On Rituals of Governance: A Research Note on the Performative Logic of Sovereignty, Sparked by the Contemporary Practices of Bann a Pye [street bands] in Bel Air, Haiti." Journal of Haitian Studies, 2009
"Hero, Eulogist, Trickster, and Critic: Ritual and Crisis in Post-Katrina Mardi Gras." In Seeking Higher Ground: The Race, Public Policy, and Hurricane Katrina Crisis Reader, Manning Marable and Kristen Clarke, eds., 2007
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