2011 “Lonely Drinking Fountains and Comforting Coolers: Paradoxes of Water Value and Ironies of Water Use” Cultural Anthropology 26 (4) 514-541
2011 “Alienation and Appropriation: Fijian Water and the Pacific Romance” in Elfriede Hermann, ed. Changing Contexts –Shifting Meanings: Transformations of Cultural Traditions in Oceania Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Pp. 221-234
2010 “Local Politics and a Global Commodity: Fijian Water in Fiji and New York” Cultural Anthropology 22 (4) reissued in a virtual issue of CA on the anthropology of water, including author-interviews <http://culanth.org/?q=node/360>
2008 “Legal Fictions After Empire” co-author John D. Kelly. In Douglas Howland and Luise White, eds. The State of Sovereignty: Territories, Laws, Populations. Pp. 252-289. Indiana University Press
2007 “Local Politics and a Global Commodity: Fijian Water in Fiji and New York” Cultural Anthropology 22 (4) 685-706 <http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1525/can.2007.22.4.685/abstract>
2007 “Fiji” in Nations and Nationalism in Global Perspective. Volume 3 (1945–1989) 1313-1325 ABC-CLIO
2006 “Diaspora and Swaraj, Swaraj and Diaspora” co-author John Kelly, in From the Colonial to the Postcolonial edited by Dipesh Chakrabarty, Rochona Majumdar and Andrew Sartori, Oxford University Press pp 311-331.
2005 Outside Gods and Foreign Powers: Making Local History with Global Means in the Pacific. Ethnohistory special issue 52:1(2005).
2005 “Cargo Cults (Further Considerations)” in Encyclopedia of Religion, Second Edition Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA pp1421-1425.
2005 “The Hau of Other Peoples’ Gifts” in Ethnohistory 52:1: 29-46
2004 “Neither Traditional Nor Foreign: Dialogics of protest and agency in Fijian History” In Cargo Cult and Culture Critique Holger Jebens, Ton Otto, Karl Heinz Kohl eds.. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press pp 59-79.
2004 “Promised Lands: From Colonial Law-giving to Postcolonial Takeovers in Fiji” In Law and Empire in the Pacific: Fiji and Hawaii Sally Engle Merry and Don Brenneis, eds. Santa Fe: School of American Research pp 153-186.
2004 “Fiji’s Coups: The Politics of Representation and the Representation of Politics” In Pacific Islands Societies in a Global World Victoria Lockwood, ed. NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall pp.72-85
2004 “My ambition is much higher than independence”: US Power, the UN World, the Nation-State, and Their Critics” Co-author John D. Kelly. In Prasenjit Duara, ed. Decolonization: Perspectives from Now and Then, Routledge. pp131-151
2003 “The Magical Power of the (Printed) Word in Fiji” in Peter Pels and Birgit Meyer, eds. Magic and Modernity: Interfaces of Revelation and Concealment. Stanford University Press pp. 183-199
2001 Represented Communities: Fiji and World Decolonization. Co-author John D. Kelly. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
2001 “Nation and Decolonization: Towards a New Anthropology of Nationalism.” Co-author John D. Kelly. Anthropological Theory 1(4) 419-437
2001 “Peace in Fiji” Co-author John D. Kelly. In Brij V. Lal with Michael Pretes, ed. Coup: Reflections on the Political Crisis in Fiji. Canberra: ANU/Pandanus Books
1999 “On Discourse and Power: “Cults” and “Orientals” in Colonial Fiji.” Co-author John D. Kelly. American Ethnologist 26 (4) 843-863
1999 “Race and Rights in Fiji” Co-author John D. Kelly in The Global Color Line, pp 237-257. Pinar Batur-VanderLippe and Joe Feagin, eds. Stamford, CT: JAI Press
1995 Neither Cargo nor Cult: Ritual Politics and the Colonial Imagination in Fiji. Durham, NC: Duke University Press Kaplan Website NCNC 2 chapters – OCR
1998 “When 8,870-850=1: Discourses against Democracy in Fiji Past and Present” in Dru Gladney, ed. Making Majorities. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press
1995 “Blood on the Grass and Dogs Will Speak: Ritual-Politics and the Nation in Post-Colonial Fiji” in Robert J. Foster, ed., Nation Making in Postcolonial Melanesia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press pp 95-125
1995 “Panopticon in Poona: an essay on Foucault and Colonialism” Cultural Anthropology 10 (1) 85-98
1994 “Rethinking Resistance: Dialogics of Disaffection in Colonial Fiji” Co-author John D. Kelly American Ethnologist 21 (1) 123-151
1993 “Battlements, Temples, and the Landscape of Tuka: The Archaeological Record of a Cultural Transformation in 19th Century Fiji” Co-author Mara Rosenthal Journal of the Polynesian Society 102 (2) 121-145
1992 “Imagining a Nation: Race, Politics and Crisis in Post-Colonial Fiji” In Contemporary Pacific Society: Studies in Development and Change, Thomas Harding, Ben Wallace and Victoria Lockwood, eds. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall
1990 “Meaning, Agency and Colonial History: Navosavakadua and the Tuka Movement in Fiji.” American Ethnologist 17 (1) 3-22
1990 “History, Structure and Ritual” Co-author John D. Kelly Annual Review of Anthropology 19 119-50
1990 “Christianity, People of the Land, and Chiefs, in Fiji” In Christianity in Oceania, John Barker, ed. Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania Monograph XII 189-207. Lanham, MD: University Press of America
1989 “The ‘Dangerous and Disaffected Native’ in Fiji: British Colonial Constructions of the Tuka Movement” Social Analysis 26 20-43
1989 “Luveniwai as the British Saw It: Constructions of Custom and Disorder in Colonial Fiji” Ethnohistory 36 (4) 349-371
1988 “The Coups in Fiji: Colonial Contradictions and the Post-Colonial Crisis” Critique of Anthropology 8 (3) 93-116
1988 Land and Sea and the New White Men: A Reconsideration of the Fijian Tuka Movement Ph.D. Dissertation, Anthropology, University of Chicago
1981 “The Meanings of the Catholic Mission in Hawaii, 1830-1849″ M.A. Thesis, Anthropology, University of Chicago
2009 Review of State of Suffering: Political Violence and Community Survival in Fiji.by Susanna Trnka. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 32 (2) 352-353
2006 Review of Bittersweet by Brij V. Lal, ed., Journal of the Polynesian Society
2004 Review of Houses Far From Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides by Margaret Rodman. Journal of Pacific Studies 27(1) 109-111
2004 Review of Anthropology Beyond Culture edited by Richard G. Fox and Barbara J. King. Journal of Anthropological Research 60: 266-68
2003 Review of Voyaging Through the Contemporary Pacific edited by David Hanlon and Geoffrey White. American Anthropologist, 105 (4): 870-871
2001 Review of Fiji Before the Storm: Elections and the Politics of Development edited by Brij V Lal. Journal of the Polynesian Society110 (4) 418-420
2001 Review of Maternities and Modernities: Colonial and Postcolonial Experiences in the Pacific edited by Margaret Jolly and Kalpana Ram. Ethnos 66(2)74-76.
1997 Review of Body, Self, and Society: The View from Fiji by Anne E. Becker. American Ethnologist 24 (2) 501-502.
1994 Review of Kava: The Pacific Drug by Vincent Lebot, Mark Merlin & Lamont Lindstrom, and of The Abandoned Narcotic: Kava and Cultural Instability in Melanesia by Ron Brunton. Economic Botany 48 (2) 227-228
1994 Review of Clio in Oceania: Toward a Historical Anthropology edited by Aletta Biersack. American Ethnologist 21 (4) 1015-1016
1994 Review of Fiji: Race and Politics in an Island Stateby Michael Howard. American Ethnologist21 (4) 1032-1033
1993 Review of Entangled Objects by Nicholas Thomas. The Contemporary Pacific 5 (2) 452-454
1992 Review of Making Sense of Hierarchy: Cognition as Social Process in Fiji by Christina Toren. American Anthropologist 94 (2) 495-6
1992 Review of Culture and History in the Pacific edited by Jukka Siikala. Man (n.s.) 227 (3) 685
1991 Review of The Ambiguity of Rapprochement: Reflections of Anthropologists on their Controversial Relationship with Missionaries edited by Roland Bonsen, Hans Marks, and Jelle Miedema American Anthropologist 93 (3) 716