2018. Demian, M. In Memory of Times to Come: Ironies of History in Southeastern Papua New Guinea. IN PUBLICATION University of Hawai’i Press

2018. Crook, T. & Rudiak-Gould, P. (eds.) Pacific Climate Cultures: Living Climate Change in Oceania, Warsaw: De Gruyter Open

2018. Lind, C. ‘The beauty of sand-drawing in Vanuatu: kinship and continuity on Paama Island’, in Bunn, S. (ed.) The Anthropology of Beauty: From Aesthetics to Creativity, London: Routledge

2017. Demian, M. “Making Women in the City: Notes from a Port Moresby Boarding House,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 42, no. 2 (Winter 2017): 403-425.

2016. Reed, A. ‘Taking the ontological turn personally’, in B Bertelsen & S Bendixsen (eds), Critical Anthropological Engagements in Human Alterity and Difference, Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 295-301.

2016. Crook, T., Farran, S. & Roëll, E. ‘Understanding Gender Inequality Actions in the Pacific: Ethnographic Case-Studies and Policy Options’, DEVCO ADM-MULTI/2014/353-796,

2016. Reed, A.  ‘Afterword: Something to take back, Melanesia anthropology after relationality?’ in C Myhre (ed.), Cutting and Connecting: ‘Afrinesian’ Perspectives on Networks, Relationality, and Exchange. Berghahn, Oxford.

2015. Toren, C. & Pauwels, S. (eds). Living kinship in the Pacific, Pacific perspectives: studies of the European Society for Oceanists, vol. 4, Berghahn, New York.

2015. Toren, C. ‘How ritual articulates kinship’, in C.Toren and S.Pauwels, Living Kinship in the Pacific, Berghahn. in Living Kinship in the Pacific. Berghahn.

2014. Crook, T. ‘Onto-Methodology.” Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropologywebsite, January 13, 2014.’

2014. Lind, C. ‘Why the Future is Selfish and Could Kill: Contraception and the Future of Paama’, in Rollason, W. (ed.) Pacific Futures: Projects, Politics and Interests, Oxford: Berghahn Books.

2014. Toren, C. ‘What is a schema? Invited contribution to symposium on Philippe Descola’ HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 401-409. DOI: 10.14318/hau4.3.027

2014. Borrevik, C., Crook, T., Hviding, E. & Lind, C. ‘EU Development Strategy in the Pacific’, EXPO/B/DEVE/2013/29,

2013. Crook, T. & Lind, C. ‘EU-Pacific Climate Change Policy and Engagement: A Social Science and Humanities Review, ECOPAS Project Report D3.311

2012. Toren, C. ‘Anthropology and Psychology’, in R Fardon, O Harris, THJ Marchand, M Nuttall, C Shore, V Strang & RA Wilson (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Anthropology. vol. 1, Sage, Los Angeles, London, pp. 27-41.

2012. Toren, C. ‘Learning as a microhistorical process’, in The Learning Handbook. Routledge.

2012. Toren, C. ‘Imagining the World that Warrants Our Imagination: The Revelation of Ontogeny ‘ Cambridge Anthropology, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 64-79. DOI: 10.3167/ca.2012.300107

2011. Reed, A. ‘Inspiring Strathern’, in J Edwards & M Petrović-Šteger (eds), Recasting Anthropological Knowledge: Inspiration and Social Science. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 165-182.

2011. Toren, C. & de Pina-Cabral , J. (eds.) The Challenge of Epistemology: Anthropological Perspectives, Berghahn, Oxford.

2011. Crook, T. ‘Exchanging Skin: Making a Science of the Relation between Bolivip and Barth’, The Challenge of Epistemology: Anthropological Perspectives. Toren, C. & de Pina-Cabral, J. (eds.). Oxford & New York: Berghahn, p. 94-107.

2011. Toren, C. ‘The stuff of imagination: what we can learn from Fijian children’s ideas about their lives as adults’, Social Analysis, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 23-47. DOI: 10.3167/sa.2011.550102

2011. Reed, A. ‘Hope on remand’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 527-544. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9655.2011.01705.x

2011. CrookT. & Schaffner, J. ‘Preface to Roy Wagner’s ‘The Chess of Kinship and the Kinship of Chess’, HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory,1:1, 165-177.

2011. Reed, A. ‘Number-One Enemy: Police, Violence and the Location of Adversaries in a Papua New Guinean Prison’ Oceania, vol. 81, no. 1, pp. 22-35. DOI: 10.1002/j.1834-4461.2011.tb00091.x

2010. James, D., Plaice, E. & Toren, C. (eds). Culture Wars: Contexts, Models and Anthropologists’ Accounts. EASA Series, vol. 12, Berghahn, New York, Oxford.

2009. Toren, C. ‘Intersubjectivity as epistemology’, Social Analysis, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 130-146. DOI: 10.3167/sa.2009.530208

2009. Crook, T. ‘Exchanging Skin: Making a Science of the Relation between Bolivip and Barth’,Social Analysis, 53, 2, p. 94-107.

2009. Toren, C. & Pina-Cabral, J., What is Happening to Epistemology?Special Issue of Social AnalysisVol 53, Issue, Berghahn. DOI: 10.3167/sa.2009.530201

2007. Crook. T. Anthropological Knowledge, Secrecy and Bolivip, Papua New Guinea: Exchanging Skin, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monograph series.

2007. Crook, T. ”If you don’t believe our story, at least give us half of the money’: Claiming Ownership of the Ok Tedi Mine, PNG’, Journal de la Société des Océaniste, 125. pp221-228.

2007. Toren, C., ‘Sunday Lunch in Fiji: Continuity and Transformation in Ideas of the Household’, American Anthropologist, vol. 109, no. 2, pp. 285-295. DOI: 10.1525/aa.2007.109.2.285

2007. Crook, T. ‘Figures Twice Seen: Riles, the Modern Knower and Forms of Knowledge’, in Harris, M. (ed.) Ways of Knowing: New Approaches in the Anthropology of Learning and Experience, Oxford: Berghahn Books. pp245-265.

2007. Crook, T. ‘Echolocation in Bolivip’, in Wade, P., Harvey, P. and Edwards, J. (eds.) Science and Anthropology: Epistemologies in Practice, Oxford: Berg. Association of Social Anthropologists Monograph series. (Principal volume arising from ASA Decennial Conference, 2003).

2006. Reed, A. ‘Smuk is king’: the action of cigarettes in a Papua New Guinean prison. in A Henare, M Holbraad & S Wastell (eds), Thinking Through Things: theorising artefacts in ethnographic perspective. Routledge.