Articles:

2017 Ethnocide, science, ethnosuicide, and the history of the vanishing: The extirpation of idolatries in the Colonial Andes and a (few) contemporary variants. In Critique of Anthropology (forthcoming)

2016 The decolonization of belief from a native perspective: Wak’a and Teologia Andina in the Bolivian Highlands. In Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.

2016 (with José Rabasa) Genocidio, ciencia, etnosuicidio: La extirpación de las idolatrías en los Andes coloniales y su variante contemporánea” In Historia/Fin de siglo, ed. Guillermo ZermeñoMexico: El Colegio de México.

2013 Paradoxes of Belief as Perceived in the Uses of Creer, Creencia, and Criyincia in the Northern Bolivian Highlands. In Ethnohistory, Vol 60:1.

2012 On the translatability of cultures: Mother Earth and the constitutionalisation of the Pachamama in Bolivia. In Guess who’s coming to dinner? Liber Amicorum ter gelegenheid van het emiraat van prof. dr. Rik Pinxten docent (1980-1988), Hoogleraar (1988-1996), Gewoon Hoogleraar (1996-2012) in the Cultuurwetenschappen en Antropologie-Universiteit Gent, Academia Press, 263-271.

2012 (with José Rabasa) Pachamamismo:  o las ficciones de (la ausencia de) voz. In Cuadernos de Literatura. Universidad Javeriana, Bogota Colombia.

2011 Aymara forms of walking: a linguistic anthropological reflection on the relation between language and motion. In Language Sciences 33:11, 126-137.

2009 Landscapes we live by, walking and living on the Bolivian Altiplano. In Bulletin des Séances, Académie Royale des Sciences d’Outre-Mer, 55 (3).

Photo essays:

2014 Imagining Precarious Life in Tulum, Mexico. In Cutural Anthropology, 29 http://www.culanth.org/photo_essays/3-imagining-precarious-life-in-tulum-mexico.

 2012 Picturing Direct Action, In Anthropologies, Issue: Anthropology and Open Access, http://www.anthropologiesproject.org/.