2020. Art, animals and animism: on the trail of the precolonial, in The Pasts and Presence of Art in South Africa. Cambridge: McDonald Institute (Conversations), p. 111-126: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/312852
2020. Edited with Giblin, J. & King, R. The Pasts and Presence of Art in South Africa: Technologies, ontologies and agents. Cambridge: McDonald Institute (Conversations), Cambridge: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/312809
2019. with J.A. Zetterstrom-Sharp, "Safe Space" to Debate Colonial Legacy: The University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Campaign to Return a Looted Benin Altarpiece to Nigeria, in Museum Worlds: Advances in Research. 7, 1, p. 1-22. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3167/armw.2019.070102
2018. Articles of Dress, Domestic Utensils, Arms and Other Curiosities: Excavating Early 19th-Century Collections from Southern Africa at the London Missionary Society Museum. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44:4, 723-742, DOI: 10.1080/03057070.2018.1491519
2018. Collection as (Re)assemblage: refreshing museum archaeology. World Archaeology; DOI:10.1080/00438243.2017.1406395.
2017. ‘Scarcely more than a Christian trophy case’?: The global collections of the London Missionary Society museum (1814-1910). Journal of the History of Collections vol. 29 no.1 (2017) pp.109-128; DOI: 10.1093/jhc/fhw002
2017. Missionary Museums. In Religion in Museums, Global and Multidisciplinary Perspectives (eds.) G. Buggeln, C. Paine and S. Brent Plate, 231-238. Bloomsbury: London.
2015. Trophies, Relics and Curios? Missionary Heritage from Africa and the Pacific. Edited with K. Jacobs and C. Knowles. Sidestone Press: Leiden.
2014. Who Cares? The Material Heritage of British Missions in Africa and the Pacific, and its future. With K. Jacobs. Journal of Museum Ethnography 27, 129-136: www.jstor.org/stable/43915867.
2013. Reassembling the London Missionary Society collection: experiments with symmetrical anthropology and the archaeological sensibility. In Reassembling the Collection (eds) S. Byrne, A. Clarke, & R. Harrison, 61-87. SAR Seminar Series: Santa Fe.
2012. Photographing ‘the Bridge’: Product and Process in the analysis of a Social Situation in non-modern Zululand. In Photography in Africa: Ethnographic Perspectives (ed.) R. Vokes, 56-80. Oxford: James Currey.
2011. From Greater Britain to Little England: the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Museum of English Rural Life, and their Six Degrees of Separation. Museum History Journal 4:2, 245-265. DOI: 10.1179/mhj.2011.4.2.245
2011. Donors, Loaners, Dealers and Swappers: The Relationships behind the English Collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum. In Unpacking the Collection: Museums, Identity and Agency (eds) S. Byrne, A. Clarke, R. Harrison & R. Torrence, 119-140. New York: Springer.
2011. Placing Britain in the British Museum: Encompassing the Other. In National Museums: New Studies from Around the World (eds) P. Aronsson, A. Amundsen & S. Knell, 123-137. London: Routledge.
2010. A Case Re-opened: The Science and Folklore of a “Witch’s Ladder”. Journal of Material Culture 15:3, 302-322. DOI: doi: 10.1177/1359183510373982
2010. Touching the Buddha: encounters with a charismatic object. In Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretations (ed.) S. Dudley, 53-70. London: Routledge.