Selected Publications

2017 Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset. New York: Routledge Press.

2015 Beyond the Toolbox: What Ethnographic Thinking Can Offer in a Shifting Marketplace, EPIC People.

2013 (with Charley Scull) Hook to Plate Social Entrepreneurship: An Ethnographic Approach to Driving Sustainable Change in the Global Fishing Industry. Sourcebook of Anthropology in Business, R. Denny and P. Sunderland, eds., Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.

2011 From Refurbish to Renew: The Trope of Healing in Sustainable Technology Design. Design Philosophy Collection Six.

2008 (with Allison Woodruff) A Bright Green Perspective on Sustainable Choices. Computer Human Interaction Conference Proceedings, April.

2008 Green Homeowners as Lead Adopters: Sustainable Living and Green Computing. Intel Technical Journal. Volume 12 Issue 01 Published February 21.

2007 Mapping the Digital Home: Making Cultural Sense of Domestic Space and Place. Intel Technical Journal. Volume 11 Issue 01 Published February 15

2006 (with Sue Faulkner)“Why are you taking my picture?”: Navigating the Cultural Contexts of Visual Procurement. EPIC Proceedings. Sept. 2006, No. 1: 259-270.

2005 (with Meshkati, N., E. Abdi, C. Cooper, J. Finzi, J. Hasbrouck, S. Pahulu, D. Peterson, J. Steele, and V. Todd) Sustainability of the Los Angeles Jewelry District: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Technical, Social, Economic, Safety, Health and Environmental Issues. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, Center for Sustainable Cities.

2005 Primitive Dissidents: Earth Liberation Front and the Making of a Radical Anthropology. Doctoral Dissertation for Ph.D., Social Anthropology, University of Southern California.

2004 Social Sustainability in a Conflicted Lanscape: Alternative Tourism and Collective Farming in Jalcomulco, Mexico. In A Case Study of Sustainability: Jalcomulco, Veracruz. Los Angeles: Center for Sustainable Cities, University of Southern California.

2002 Social Theories of Urban Sustainability in the Developed World. Los Angeles: Center for Sustainable Cities, University of Southern California.