Peer-reviewed journal articles
(under review) ‘The “small” in small-device heuristics: Scaling fog catchers down and up in Lima, Peru’. Social Anthropology.
(revise and resubmit) ‘Water in atmospheric suspension: Contact zones between ethnography and speculative realism’. Social Analysis.
(revise and resubmit) ‘Experimenting with fog: Environmental infrastructures, infrastructuring environments, and the infrastructure of infrastructure’. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
(accepted/in press) ‘Speculative relations in Lima: Encounters with the limits of fog capture and ethnography’. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory.
(accepted/in press) ‘Displacing (in)formality: Endangered species, endangered city, and unstable grounds of comparison’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 28 (2).
2021. ‘Ecology of capture: Creating land titles out of thin air in coastal Peru‘. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology (ahead of print). [pdf]
2021. ‘The (ontological) politics of fog capture in Lima, Peru‘. Anthropology Today 37 (1): 13-16. [pdf]
Chapters in edited volumes
(revise and resubmit) ‘Urban fog oasis conservation: Endangerment, invasiones and informal urbanization in Lima’. In Urban Natures: Making Visible, (Re)Connecting and (Re)Politicising, edited by Ferne Edwards, Ida Nilstad Pettersen, and Lucia Alex Popartan. New York: Berghahn.
(forthcoming) ‘Speculations on Islamic sonic-aeolian cosmotechnics’, co-authored with Samuel Tettner. Fragmentary Institute of Comparative Timelines.
2021. ‘Infrastructuralizing outer space, un-earthing anthropology‘. Antroperspektiv. [pdf]
2020. ‘When things don’t hold: Failure, breakdown, and dysfunction‘, co-authored with Rozafa Berisha and Laura Mafizzoli. Allegra Lab. [pdf]
2020. ‘Attunements to fog: Capture as an idiom for more-than-human entanglements‘. NatureCulture. [pdf]
2021. ‘Fallout, security, and alternative planetary futures‘. Anthropology Book Forum 7 (1). [pdf]
2021. ‘Hannah Knox, Thinking Like a Climate: Governing a City in Times of Environmental Change. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 328, 2020‘. The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 39 (1): 152-153. [pdf]
2020. ‘Were, Graeme. 2019. How materials matter: design, innovation and materiality in the Pacific. New York: Berghahn Books. 212 pp. Hb.: US$120.00. ISBN: 9781789202014‘. Social Anthropology 28 (1): 207-208. [pdf]