Gaming the Metrics: Misconduct and Manipulation in Academic Research. Mario Biagioli and Alexandra Lippman, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2020.
“Listening.” In Transmissions: Critical Tactics for Making & Communicating Research. Kat Jungnickel, ed. MIT Press. 2020.
“Humor, Hoaxes, and Software. In Gaming The Metrics: Misconduct and Manipulation in Academic Research. Mario Biagioli and Alexandra Lippman, Editors. MIT Press, pp. 271-281.
“Law for Whom?”: Responding to Musical and Sonic Illegality in Brazil. Sound Studies. 2018.
“Listening Across Borders: Migration, Memory and the Sonidero Voice.” Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. 2018.
“In a race for mentions, it’s open season on researchers: The growing clamour for open access results makes scientists vulnerable, say Alexandra Lippman and Christopher Kelty.” Nature Index.
"Cash" In Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff. Bill Maurer and Lana Swartz, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2017.
“Notes from Art of the Archive: Rethinking Archival Practices in a Digital Era.” With Alessandro Delfanti and Allison Fish. Platypus. June 2015.
“Cannibalizing Copyright? Vernacularizing Open Intellectual Property in Brazil.” Anthropology Today. 2014.
“From Funkification to Pacification: The Emerging Socio-Sonic Landscape of Funk Carioca.” With Gregory Scruggs. Norient: 2012.
Dinastia Pedraza. 7 minutes. Mexico City. Director and Producer. Documentary on the Pedraza family’s multi-generational legacy as pioneers and innovators in Mexican cumbia.
City of Funk. 5 minutes. Rio de Janeiro. Director. Immersive documentary on the politics of performance of funk carioca. 360°. RYOT.
Resistance in Little Africa. 4 minutes. Rio de Janeiro. Director and Producer with Boima Tucker. Immersive documentary on the clash between urban redevelopment and Afro-Brazilian heritage. 360°. RYOT.
A City Divided. 4 minutes. Rio de Janeiro. Director and Producer with Boima Tucker. Immersive documentary on infrastructure and inequality. 360°. RYOT.