|2023||"Giving and Taking Voice: Metapragmatic Dismissals of Parents in Child Welfare Court Cases." Law and Social Inquiry. Early View.|
|2023||"Off-the-record: Metapragmatic Distinctions and Linguistic Sympathy among Interpreters in a California Child Welfare Court." American Anthropologist 125: 225–238.|
|2021||“Raciolinguistic Ideologies of ‘Spanish Speakers’ in a California Child Welfare Court.” In Metalinguistic Communities: Case Studies of Agency, Ideology, and Symbolic Uses of Language, edited by Netta Avineri and Jesse Harasta. Palgrave Studies in Minority Languages and Communities series. Palgrave MacMillan.|
|March 2019||Online Interview with Jonathan Rosa on monograph, Looking Like a Language, Sounding Like a Race.
Posted March 18, 2019 on the Communication, Media, and Performance (CaMP) Anthropology Blog.