Peer reviewed articles and chapters:
2022 “D/developments after the war on terror." In Ethnographies of Power: Working Radical Concepts with Gillian Hart, eds. Sharad Chari, Mark Hunter, and Melanie Samson (Johannesburg: Wits University Press).
2020 “Counterinsurgency reexamined: racism, capitalism, and U.S. military doctrine.” Antipode 52 (2): 420-451. (with Jordan T. Camp, equal authorship).
2018 “‘Going back to history’: Haiti and US military humanitarian knowledge production.” Spaces at the Intersection of Militarism and Humanitarianism, eds. Emily Gilbert and Killian McCormick, special issue, Critical Military Studies 4 (2): 121-139.
2017 “Selling Stabilization: anxious practices of militarized development contracting.” Development and Change 48 (6): 1262-1286.
2017 “New military femininities: humanitarian violence and the gendered work of war among US servicewomen.” Gender, Place, and Culture 24 (8): 1107-1126.
2016 “The one who bears the scars remembers: Haiti and the historical geography of US militarized development.” Journal of Historical Geography 51: 52-63.
2013 “The ‘strong arm’ and the ‘friendly hand’: Military humanitarianism in post-earthquake Haiti.” The Journal of Haitian Studies 19 (1): 60-87.
2010 “The spatial politics of xenophobia: Everyday practices of Congolese migrants in Johannesburg.” Transformation 74: 66-86.
Manuscripts in Progress
“Building a bridge, ‘creating a gathering’: a feminist corporeal geopolitics of insecurity and intervention in contemporary Haiti” (Political Geography special issue, Bodily Autonomy, Gender, and Geopolitics)
"Zero tolerance is actually 100 percent tolerance’: camouflaging sexual and gender-based violence in the US military” (article for submission to Security Dialogue)
“Geographies of Humanitarianism and War” (invited entry for Oxford Bibliographies in Geography).
2023. "If Kenya wants to help Haiti, it should push for colonial reparations not send in the police." The Conversation, 25 November.
2023 “The gendered work of war: how the US military used women to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan.” Political Insight. September.
2023 “Women’s secret war: the inside story of how the US military sent female soldiers on covert combat missions to Afghanistan. The Conversation, 22 May 2023.
2022 “Instability or Ensekirite? The securitization of Haiti as an object of international intervention.” Society for Cultural Anthropology Editor’s Forum: Hot Spots, 3 May 2022.
2021 “The international community must resist calls for ‘muscular intervention’ in Haiti.” Responsible Statecraft, 13 July 2021 (with Laura Wagner).
2017 “‘Bad Papers’”: The Invisible and Increasing Costs of War for Excluded Veterans.” Costs of War. Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs: Brown University.
2014 “The Student Strike at Damien.” In Haiti: An Island Luminous. Digital Library of the Caribbean: Florida International University.
2008 Migrant Access to Housing in South African Cities. Johannesburg: Migrant Rights Monitoring Project Special Report. With Tara Polzer.
2005 “Homeworkers Out in the Cold.” South African Labour Bulletin 29 (5): 52-55.
2005 “Sweating it Out For a Hundred a Week.” South African Labour Bulletin 29 (4): 39-42.
2005 Godfrey, Shane, Marlea Clarke and Jan Theron, with Jennifer Greenburg. On the Outskirts But in Fashion: Homeworking in the South African Clothing Industry: The challenge to organization and regulation. Cape Town: Institute of Development and Labour Law Monograph Series: 1-46.