Articles and Chapters
2016 "Of Beans and Bonds: Canadian Farmers, Japanese Buyers, and the Moral Economy of the Non-GM Soybean" Contemporary Japan 29(1):1-20
2015 “The Reason for My Fascination with Japanese Konbini” (私が日本のkonbiniに魅せられた理由) Chuokoron Tokyo: Chuokoron, 129(11):123-126.
2015 "Itadakimasu: Digesting Konbini” in Tokyo Totem: A Guide to Tokyo, Edwin Gardner and Christiaan Fruneaux, eds., (Flick Studio, pp. 160-169).
2015 “Konbini Morphology” in Tokyo Totem: A Guide to Tokyo, Edwin Gardner and Christiaan Fruneaux, eds., (Flick Studio, pp. 128-131).
2015 "Mapping Konbinity” in Tokyo Totem: A Guide to Tokyo, Edwin Gardner and Christiaan Fruneaux, eds., (Flick Studio, pp. 284-287).
2014 “Shelf Lives and the Labors of Loss: Food, Livelihood and Japan's Convenience Stores” in Capturing Contemporary Japan, Satsuki Kawano, Glenda S. Roberts, and Susan Long, eds., (Hawaii, pp. 135-159).
2013 “Counter Intelligence” in Organizational Anthropology: Doing Anthropology In and Among Organizations, Christina Garsten and Anette Nyqvist, eds., (Berg pp. 29-42).
2008 “Learning from Small Change: Clerkship and the Labors of Convenience,” Anthropology of Work Review, 29(3):62-69.
2008 “Embodying Labour: Work as Fieldwork,” In Anthropology of Work Review, Special Edition with Rebecca Prentice, 29(3):53-54.
Reviews and Miscellaneous Publications
(Forthcoming) (book review) Chigusa and the Art of Tea, edited by Louise Allison Cort and Andrew M. Watsky, in Material Culture.
2015 “Interview with Carolyn Stevens, Professor of Japanese Studies and Director of the Japanese Studies Center, Monash University,” Japan Studies: The Frontier, Tokyo: ICU Japan Studies Program, (10):7-16.
2011 “Cityscape as Literary Genba – An Interview with Edward Fowler,” in Japan Studies: The Frontier (4) Tokyo: ICU Japan Studies Program, (4):15-24.
2010 “Thick Description and Student Multimedia Projects,” Faculty Development Newsletter, Tokyo: International Christian University, 14(2):7-10.