“Des forêts et des Hommes. Pouvoir, subjectivité et résilience dans une forêt gèrée par l'état au Japon (Forests and Men. Power, subjectivity and resilience in managed forests of Japan).” In J-P Pierron and M-H Parizeau, Editors, Repenser la nature. Dialogue philosophique, Europe, Asie, Amériques. Québec: Les Presses de l'Université Laval. 2012.
“Introduction: Tailoring collaborative conservation in Bangladesh.” With M. Chassels and J. Fox. In J. Fox, W.B. Miles, M.G. Mustafa, S.A. Quazi, E.J. Cunningham, and M. Chassels, Editors, Rural livelihoods and protected landscapes: Co-management in the wetlands and forests of Bangladesh. Honolulu: East-West Center. 2010.
“Everyone’s forests: productions of forest nature as commodity in Japan’s Kiso Valley.” Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Denver, in a session entitled RESOURCEFULNESS: commodity/resource intersections in contemporary East Asia, March 23, 2013
“What Seems to Be the Problem: Diagnosis and Spectacles of Forest Management In Central Japan.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, in a session entitled Anthropology of Diagnostics: Investigations in Varying Ethnographic Contexts, November 19, 2011
“O-yama: mountain faith and community sustainability in Japan’s central highlands.” Paper presented at the 4th SSEASR International Conference: Mountains in the Religions of South and Southeast Asia: Place, Culture, and Power, Royal University of Bhutan, Thimphu, June 30, 2011
“Dam Close: Water Resource Development and the Production of Harmony in Central Japan.” Paper presented at School of Pacific and Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Honolulu, April 4, 2011
“It flows both ways: Water and circulation in Japan.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, in a session entitled Circulating Through the Two Japans, November 17, 2010
“Landscape history and forest governance in a Japanese mountain community.” Paper presented at Colloque international: Nature, technologies, éthique. Regards croisés: Asie, Europe, Amériques, University of Lyon, Lyon, March 13, 2010
“Between a forest and a hard place: power, subjectivity and resilience in a Japanese state-managed forest.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, December 3, 2009
“Power, subjectivity and resilience in a Japanese state-managed forest.” Paper presented at Anthropology of Japan in Japan Conference, Temple University Japan, Tokyo, November 15, 2009
“Socio-natural resilience: Anthropological engagement with environmental change research.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco November 20, 2008