- 2018 Latinos in Israel: Language and Unexpected Citizenship. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Articles (with PDF)
- 2016. “Introduction to “Teleologies of Structuralism”,” HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 6(3), pp. 29-31.
- 2016. “Speaking like a Citizen: Public Opinion and the Biopolitics of Recognizing Noncitizen Children in Israel.” Language and Communication, 48, 18-27.
- 2015. “Stranger Sociality in the Home: Register of the Israeli “Street” in Latino Domestic Interaction,” Asif Agha and Mister Frog (eds.), Registers of Communication, Helsinki, Finnish Literature Society, pp. 150-164.
- 2015. “The Deterritorialization of Latino Educación: Noncitizen Latinos in Israel and the Everyday Diasporic Subject.” Rosina Márquez Reiter and Luisa Martín Rojo (eds.) A Sociolinguistics of Diaspora: Latino Practices, Identities and Ideologies, Routledge (Critical Studies in Multilingualism).
- 2014. “Guiding Settler Jerusalem: Voice and the Transpositions of History in Religious Zionist Pilgrimage” Special Section of Religion and Society, 5, eds. Donna Young and Jackie Feldman.
- 2013. “Discourse Theory.” In Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology: An Encyclopedia, eds. R. Jon McGee and Richard L. Warms. London: SAGE, 191–96.
- 2012. “The Shifting Genres of Middle Eastern Registers of Political Communication.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 22(1): 109–19.
- 2009. “The Circulation of Chisme and Rumor: Gossip, Evidentiality, and Authority in the Perspective of Latino Labor Migrants in Israel.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 19(1): 117–43.
- October 2013, with Michael Silverstein and Christopher Ball, “Teleologies of Structuralism”, Society of Linguistic Anthropology Section News, Anthropology News.
- October 2012, With Jonathan Rosa, Colleen Cotter, and Hilary Parsons Dick, “Language and Immigration” for Language and Culture Blog of Anthropology News, ed. by Leila Monaghan.