2019a. “Translations and Translation Gaps: The Gunshot Acoustic Surveillance Experiment in Brazil.” Sound Studies: an Interdisciplinary Journal. 

2019b. “Introduction: Hearing Like a State.Sound Studies: an Interdisciplinary Journal.

2018a. “Sound-Politics in São Paulo: Noise Control and Administrative Flows.” Current Anthropology 59 (2): 192-208.

2017. “The Politics of Noise Control in São Paulo.” Journal of Latin American Studies 49 (4): 917-945.


Book Chapters

2018b. “Brazilian Hip Hop in Three Scenes.” Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Music (Oxford University Press). 

Book Reviews

2016. Aurality: Listening and Knowledge in Nineteenth‐Century Colombia by Ana María Ochoa Gautier. Durham: Duke University Press, 2014. American Anthropologist 118: 442-443. 

2016. Media, Sound, and Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean ed. by Alejandra Bronfman and Andrew Grant Wood. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Latin American Music Review 37 (1): 123-125.