2019 Maoist People’s War and the Revolution of Everyday Life in Nepal. Cambridge University Press.
(forthcoming) ‘Reluctant Shamans: on the Limits of Human Agency and the Power of the Partible Souls among the Kham Magars of Nepal’, to be published in the edited volume by A. de Sales and M. Lecomte-Tilouine Encounters with the Invisible in the Himalayas.
2019 ’Money and Blood: Remittances as a Substance of Relatedness in Transnational Families in Nepal’, American Anthropologist 121 (4): 884-896.
2019 (forthcoming) ‘‘Bringing the Light’: Youth, Development, and Everyday Politics in post-conflict Nepal’, European Bulletin of Himalayan Research.
2019 ‘Gender, Marriage, and the Dynamic of (Im)mobility in Transnational Families in Mid-Western Nepal’, Mobilities 14 (5): 681-695.
2018 (with Jo Boyden) ‘The Impact of Development on Children’, in the International Encyclopaedia of Anthropology (ed. by Paul Sillitoe )
2017 ‘Rules that Apply in Times of Crisis’: Time, Agency and Norm-Remaking during the People’s War in Nepal’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23 (4): 783-800.
2017 (with Virginia Morrow, Nardos Chuta and Yisak Tafere) ‘I started working because I was hungry’: the Consequences of Food Insecurity on Children’s Well-being in rural Ethiopia, Social Science and Medicine 182: 1-9.
2016 ‘When Gods Return to their Homeland in the Himalayas’: Maoism, Religion and Change in the Model Village of Thabang, mid-Western Nepal’, in D. Gellner, S. Hauser and C. Letizia (eds) Religion, Secularism and Ethnicity in Contemporary Nepal, pp. 77-114. Delhi: Oxford University Press India.
2015 ‘De-mythologizing the ‘’Village of Resistance’: How Rebellious were the Peasants in the Maoist base area of Nepal?’, Dialectical Anthropology, 39 (4): 353-379.
2013 ‘Learning in a Guerrilla Community of Practice: Situated Learning, Literacy Practices and Youth in Nepal’s Maoist Movement ’, European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 42 (Spring-Summer Issue): 104-134.
2009 ‘A New Way of being Young in Nepal: the Idea of Maoist Youth and Dreams of a New Man’, Studies in Nepali History and Society, 14 (1): 67-107.