2020. Asylum for Sale: Profit and protest in the migration industry. PM Press. Co-edited with Adrienne Pine.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Forthcoming. “Rewriting Postcards: Experiments in transnational research and collaborative curation”. Studies on Home and Community Science: Special Issue on Creative Community Activism in Global Contexts.
2018. “(In)credible Subjects: NGOs, Attorneys, and Permissible LGBT Asylum Seeker Identities“. PoLAR (Political and Legal Anthropology Review), 41: 4-18.
2014. “‘God loves you and it gets better’: Ideology, Deixis and Agency in an Anti-Homophobic Bullying Viral Campaign,” Journal of Language and Sexuality 3(2): 219—244.
2013. “Righteous Crusades? Imperialism, Homophobia and the Danger of Simplification in ‘God Loves Uganda,'” The Postcolonialist 1: Online.
2020. “Introduction” and “Neoliberalism and LGBT Asylum: A play in five acts” in Asylum for Sale: Profit and protest in the migration industry. Siobhan McGuirk and Adrienne Pine (eds.) Oakland, CA: PM Press.
2018. “Centering Intersectional Politics in Queer Migration Activism.” Queer Activism After Marriage, Volume 2. Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis et al. (eds.) New York, NY: Routledge. First author. Co-authors: Jara Carrington, Claudia Cojocaru, Jamila Hammami, and Marzena Zukowska.
2016, “Loving God vs. Wrathful God: Religion and LGBT Forced Migration,” The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality in Question. Luca Mavelli and Erin Wilson (eds.) London, UK: Rowman and Littlefield. Co-authored with Max Niedzwiecki.
Peer reviewed Open Access publications
2019, “Notes on a Postcard,” Allegra Laboratory. Online.
2018, “Psychogeography, Safe Spaces, and LGBTQ Immigrant Experience: Reflections from the ‘At Home in the Village?’ Project” Refugee Hosts ‘Representations of Displacement Series.’ University College London / AHRC-ESRC. Online, published January 13, 2018.
2017, “Book Review: Real Queer? Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Refugees in the Canadian Refugee Apparatus by D.A.B. Murray” Association for Feminist Anthropology. Online.
2015, “Queer Language Matters” Anthropology News 56(2): 27—28. Co-authored with William Leap.