PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
2012 Networked Authoritarianism and Social Media in Azerbaijan. With Katy Pearce.
Journal of Communication 62 (2): 283–298
2011 Digital Distrust: Uzbek Cynicism and Solidarity in the Internet Age
American Ethnologist 38 (3): 559-575
2010 A Reporter Without Borders: Internet Politics and State Violence in Uzbekistan
Problems of Post-Communism57 (1): 40-50
2007 Poetry of Witness: Uzbek Identity and the Response to Andijon
Central Asian Survey 26 (3): 317–334
2006 Redefining Religion: Uzbek Atheist Propaganda in Gorbachev-era Uzbekistan Nationalities Papers34 (5): 533-548
2006 Inventing Akromiya:The Role of Uzbek Propagandists in the Andijon Massacre Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 14 (4): 545–562
2012 “Digital Freedom of Expression in Uzbekistan: An example of social control and censorship in the 21st Century”. Published by the Open Technology Institute at the New America Foundation
2012 The Uzbek Opposition in Exile: Diaspora and Dissident Politics in the Digital Age
Washington University in Saint Louis, Department of Anthropology.
2006 State Propaganda on Islam in Independent Uzbekistan
Indiana University, Department of Central Eurasian Studies.
“Reclaiming Ma’naviyat: Morality, Criminality and the State in Uzbekistan”. In Performing Politics: Anthropological Perspectives from Central Asia, ed. Madeleine Reeves, Johan Rasanayagam, Judith Beyer; submitted to Indiana University Press
2011 Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the Northern Caucasus. Robert Bruce Ware and Enver Kisriev. Nationalities Papers 39 (1): 146-148
2009 Book/CD review ofRecital of Liberty: Poems by Uzbek Dissident Authors, a collection compiled by Pahlavon Sodiq. Central Asian Survey 28 (1): 89-90