In progress: Disability, Personhood and the New Normal in 21st Century America. with Rayna Rapp.
In progress. Mediating Culture: Indigenous Identity in a Digital Age. Duke University Press.
2002. Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain. Co-edited with Lila Abu-Lughod & Brian Larkin. University of California Press.
2002. 9/11 and After, A Virtual Case Book. Co-edited with Barbara Abrash.
1995. Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. Co-edited with Rayna Rapp. University of California Press.
Council on Anthropology and Reproduction Edited Volume Prize, 2004.
1990. Uncertain Terms: Negotiating Gender in American Culture. Co-edited with Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing. Boston: Beacon Press.
1989. Contested Lives: The Abortion Debate in An American Community. University of California Press.
American Sociological Association, Sociology of Culture Book Award, 1992.
Society for Medical Anthropology Eileen Basker Memorial Award for Research on Gender and Health, 1990.
Village Voice Outstanding Books of 1989.
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Hans Rosenhaupt Book Award, 1989.
Second Edition, 1998.
net.library Edition, 1999.
2015. Making Disability Count: Demography, Futurity, and the Making of Disability Publics. Inhabitable Worlds Series. Emily Cohen and Michele Friedner, eds. Somatosphere: Science, Medicine, Anthropology. Launched May 11, 2015. http://somatosphere.net/2015/05/making-disability-count-demography-futurity-and-the-making-of-disability-publics.html (w/ Rayna Rapp)
2015. Screening Disabilities: Visual Fields, Public Culture, and the Atypical Mind in the 21st Century. for Civil Disabilities, Nancy Hirschmann ed (with Rayna Rapp). Pp. 187-193. http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15286.html
2014. Chronicles of the Ephemeral: Some Thoughts on “Delhi at Eleven” For the The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 15:5 455-57.
2013. Entangled Ethnography: Imagining A Future for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities. (with Rayna Rapp. In Social Science and Medicine. Special Issue on Ethnography of Health for Social Change. H. Hansen, S. Holmes, and D. Lindemann, eds. Vol. 99, December.
2013. Australia’s Indigenous New Wave: Future Imaginaries In Recent Aboriginal Feature Films. Fonds voor Etnologie Gerbrands Lecture. Gerbrands Lecture Series, #2.
2013. Disability Worlds. Annual Review of Anthropology. Vol. 42. (with Rayna Rapp)
2012. Radio Fields: An Afterword. In Radio Fields, Lucas Bessire and Daniel Fisher, eds. NYU Press, Pp 268-278
2012. Disability in the Digital Age, for Digital Anthropology Heather Horst /D. Miller, eds. London: Berg. Pp. 101-126
2012. Indigenous Counter-Publics: A Foreshortened History, Sensible Politics: The Visual Culture of Nongovernmental Activism Yates McKee and Meg McLagan, eds. Zone Books. Pp. 87-108
2012. Canary in the Gemeinschaft. In Deus in Machina: Exploring Religion & Technology, Jeremy Stolow, ed. NYC: Fordham University Press. Pp. 159-181
2012. Anthropology and the Study of Disability Worlds , with Rayna Rapp. Medical Anthropology at the Intersections. Marcia Inhorn and Emily Wentzell, eds. Duke University Press. Pp 163-181
2011. The Paradox of Recognition: Recognition Struggles over Children with Learning Disabilities. With Rayna Rapp (1st author) . For Contesting Recognition: Contemporary Cultural and Institutional Disputes Janice McLaughlin, ed. Palgrave: 166-186
2011. The Difference that Disability Makes: Reproductive Justice Through a Wider Lens. With Rayna Rapp. For Special Issue: Critical Conceptions: Technology, Justice, and the Global Reproduction Market. Rebecca Young and Gisela Fosado, guest editors Scholar and the Feminist Online
2011. Native Intelligence: A Short History of Debates on Indigenous Media. In Made to be Seen: A History of Visual Anthropology, eds. Jay Ruby, M. Banks, University of Chicago Press: 234-255
2011. Reverberations: Disability and the New Kinship Imaginary. With Rayna Rapp Anthropological Quarterly: 379 - 410
2010. The Human Nature of Disability. With Rayna Rapp. Vital Topics Column. American Anthropologist, December 2010, Volume 112
2010. The Social Distribution of Moxie: The Legacy of Christine Sleeter. Disability Studies Quarterly. Special Issue on Learning Disabilities, David J. Connor, Beth A. Ferri, eds. , Vol. 30 (2) http://www.dsq-sds.org/article/view/1239/1284
2010. Samson and Delilah: From Central Australia to Cannes Anthropology Now Vol. 2(1): 72-76
2010. Peripheral Visions: Blak Screens and Cultural Citizenship, Cinema at the Periphery, eds. Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, Belen Vidal, Wayne State University Press: 84-103
2009. Beyond Broadcast: Launching NITV on Isuma TV, In Media Res, online journal, May 4. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2009/05/01/beyond-broadcast-launching-nitv-and-isuma-tv
2009. In the Shadow of the Double Helix, Bridges: A Jewish Feminist Journal, Spring 2009
2009. “My media studies: Remote ideas” Television and New Media Studies, Vol, 10 (1)Toby Miller ed
2008. " Rethinking the Digital Age," in Global Indigenous Media, Pam Wilson, Michelle Stewart, eds. Atlanta: Duke University Press.
2008. "Mass Media, Anthropology, and Ethnography," in The Sage Handbook of Film Studies. ed. James Donald, SAGE: London, pp. 216–225 (REPRINT).
2007. " Enlarging Reproduction/ Screening Disability," in Reproductive Disruptions: Gender, Technology, and Biopolitics in the New Millennium, ed. Marcia Inhorn. Berghahn Books, London (with Rayna Rapp).
2007. "Found in Translation," in Media Res, http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/videos/, launched 3/27/2007.
2006. " A History of Indigenous Futures," (with Fred Myers). Special Issue of Aboriginal Histories. Vol. 30: 95–110.
2006. " Ethnography and American Studies," Cultural Anthropology. Aug 2006, Vol. 21, No. 3: 487–495.
2006. "Indigenous Television. With Lorna Roth," in Studying TV: An Introduction, Glen Creeber, ed. London: British Film Institute, pp 146–152.
2005. " Black Screens and Cultural Citizenship," Special Issue, Visual Anthropology Review: 80–97.
2005. " Rethinking the Voice of God in Indigenous Australia: Secrecy, Exposure, and the Efficacy of Media," in Religion, Media, and the Public Sphere, Birgit Myer and Annelies Moors, Eds. Indiana University Press.
2005. "Media Anthropology: An Introduction," in Media Anthropology, Eric Rothenbuhler and Mahai Coman, eds. Sage: 17–25.
2005. " Dans le Bain Avec Rouch," American Anthropologist 107(1) March: 109–112.
2005. " Ciné-Trance: A Tribute to Jean Rouch (1917–2004)," Co-editor with Jeff Himpele, Special Section for American Anthropologist, 107(1) March 2005.
2005. " The latest in reality TV? Māori Television stakes a claim on the world stage," with April Strickland, in Flow: A Critical Forum on Television & Media Culture. June 2005.
2005. " Move over Marshall McLuhan! Live from the Arctic!" in Flow: A Critical Forum on Television & Media Culture.
2005. " The Unwired Side of the Digital Divide," in Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture. March 18, 2005.
2005. " Rethinking the Digital Age," in Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture. January 21, 2005.
2004. " 10,000 Years of Media Flow," in Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture. Nov 19. Vol 1(4).
2004. "Steps to the Future: AIDS and Media Activism in South Africa," with Barbara Abrash, Visual Anthropology Review 19: 1–2.
2004. " Atanarjuat Off-Screen: From “Media Reservations” to the World Stage," American Anthropologist, 105(4), December: 827–831.
2003. "Smoke Signals and Screen Memories," in Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality and Transnational Media, Ella Shohat and Bob Stam, eds. Rutgers University Press, pp. 77–98.
2002. "First Peoples Television. with Lorna Roth in Television Studies Toby Miller, ed. London: The British Film Institute.
2002. "Fieldwork at the Movies: Anthropology and Media," in Exotic No More: Anthropology on the Front Lines, ed. Jeremy MacClancy, Univ. of Chicago Press, pp. 359–376
2002. " Introduction: The Social Practice of Media," in Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain (California).
2002. " Screen Memories: Resignifying the Traditional in Indigenous Media," in Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain, Ginsburg, Abu-Lughod, Larkin, eds., California
2002. "Standing at the Crossroads of Genetic Testing: New Eugenics, Disability Consciousness,Women’s Work," (w/ Rayna Rapp) GeneWatch: A Bulletin of the Council for Responsible Genetics 15(1).
2001. " Enabling Disability: Renarrating Kinship, Reimagining Citizenship," with Rayna Rapp. Public Culture 13(3) special issue on Disability Criticism.
1999. "Fetal Reflections: Confessions of Two Feminist Anthropologists as Mutual Informants," in The Fetal Subjects: Feminist Postions. Lynn Morgan and Meredith Michaels, eds.(Pennsylvania)
1998. " Institutionalizing the Unruly: Charting a Future for Visual Anthropology," Ethnos 63(2) pp. 173–196.
1998. "Rescuing the Nation: Operation Rescue and the Rise of Anti–Abortion Militance," in Fifty Years' War: A Half Century of Abortion Politics, 1950–2000. Rickie Solinger, ed. California
1997. "From Little Things, Big Things Grow: Indigenous Media and Cultural Activism," in Between Resistance and Revolution, Dick Fox and Orin Starn, eds. Rutgers University Press.
1995. " The Parallax Effect: The Impact of Aboriginal Media on Ethnographic Film," Visual Anthropology Review, 11(2).
 reprinted in Visible Evidence. Michael Renov and Jane Gaines, eds. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.
1995. "Introduction: Conceiving the New World Order," in Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction, Faye Ginsburg and Rayna Rapp, eds. (Berkeley: University of California Press).
1995. "Mediating Culture: Indigenous Media, Ethnographic Film, and the Production of Identity," in Fields of Vision: Essays in Film Studies, Visual Anthropology and Photography, Leslie Deveraux and Roger Hillman, eds., University of California Press, pp. 256–290.
1995. "Production Values: Indigenous Media and the Rhetoric of Self–Determination," in The Rhetoric of Self–Making. D. Battaglia, ed. University of California Press.
1995. "Introduction: Conceiving the New World Order," (with Rayna Rapp) in Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. F. Ginsburg and R. Rapp, editors; Univ. of California Press.
1994. " Some thoughts on Culture & Media," Visual Anthropology Review 10(1) Spring.
1994. " Culture and Media: A (Mild) Polemic," Anthropology Today 10(2): 5–15.
1993. " Embedded Aesthetics: Creating A Discursive Space for Indigenous Media," Cultural Anthropology 9(2).
 reprinted in Planet TV: A Global Television Reader, Lisa Parks and Shanti Kumar, eds. New York: New York University Press.
 reprinted in Critical Cultural Policy Studies: A Reader, Justin Lewis and Toby Miller, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, 88–99.
1993. " Station Identification: The Aboriginal Programs Unit of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation," in Visual Anthropology Review 9(2): 92–98.
1993. " Aboriginal Media and the Australian Imaginary," in Public Culture, 5(2) Special issue on television.
1991. " Indigenous Media: Faustian Contract or Global Village?" Cultural Anthropology, 6(1): 92–112.
 reprinted in Rereading Cultural Anthropology. G. Marcus, ed.
1990. "Introduction," in Uncertain Terms: Negotiating Gender in American Culture (Beacon Press).
1990. "The 'Word–Made' Flesh: The Disembodiment of Gender in the Abortion Debate," in Uncertain Terms: Negotiating Gender in American Culture. F. Ginsburg, A. Tsing, editors, Boston: Beacon Press.
Fellowships and Grants
2014-15. NEH Collaborative Grant, Disability, Personhood and the New Normal. (with Rayna Rapp). $100,000
2014-15. Humanities Initiative, NYU Senior Faculty Fellow
2013. Video nas Aldeias: 25 years, Grant from Humanities Initiative. $10,000.
2013. Rouch after Rouch: Reframing a Legacy, Grants from Alliance Francaise, Humanities Initiative. Total $20,000
2011-13. Luce Foundation, $300,00 (co PI w/ Angela Zito), Digital Religion: Knowledge and Practice in a Transforming International World; conferences, research, Center for Religion & Media
2009-10. Luce Foundation, $25,000 (co PI w/ Angela Zito) for Conference on Religion, CRM
2007–10. Council for the Study of Disability, NYU, $30,000 for three years to develop scholarship and awareness of disability on NYU campus (Co-Director of Project)
2007. Spencer Foundation, $40,000 for Study of Cultural Innovators and Learning Disabilities, with Rayna Rapp
2007. Institute For Human Development And Contextual Change, $10,000 (for study of Cultural Innovators and Learning Disabilities, with Rayna Rapp)
2007. Asia Cultural Council, for Signs of Crisis conference, Center for Religion and Media. $9,000
2005–07. Renewal of Center of Excellence grant, Center for Religion & Media, Pew Charitable Trusts, $1.5 million (with Angela Zito)