- Fascias: Methodological Propositions and Ontologies That Stretch and Slide. Body & Society (2020), Doi: 10.1177/1357034X20952138
- Motility and fascia: how neurophysiological knowledge can contribute to mobility studies. Journal for Applied Mobilities (2019). doi.org/10.1080/23800127.2019.1667067
- Ritual, Body, and Senses in the 5Rhythms Movement Practice. Journal for Ritual Studies (2018), 32(1).
- We descended the Ivindo: Baka Migration to Northeastern Gabon from the 1960s to Today. African Study Monographs (2017), 38 (2)
- From Mobility to Motility: The Baka in North-Eastern Gabon.Hunter-Gatherer Research (2015), 1(4), 421–444
- Circles and Towers: Cultural Movement and Body Politics in Catalonia. Social Anthropology (2015), 23(4), 435–449
- Social Change mirrored in Baka Dance and Movement: Observations from the River Ivindo in Gabon. Hunter-Gatherer Research (2015), 1(1) 61-83.
- Motility and Relational Mobility of the Baka in North-Eastern Gabon. (2013) PhD Thesis. Online Publication: http://kups.ub.uni-koeln.de/5238/
- Goldwäscherei und Popmusik: Dynamische Einflüsse auf das Leben der Baka am Fluss Ivindo (Gabun) (2013/2). Heinrich-Barth-Kurier. Cologne.
- Tensional Responsiveness: Ecosomatic Aliveness and Sensitivity with Human and More-Than (Transcript, September 2021 – nearly there)
- Moving With: Molecular Mobilities and Our Connective Tissue Fascia. In Jensen, Lassen, Lange (eds), Material Mobilities (2019). Changing Mobilities Series. Routledge
- Resonating with different worlds: how Baka musical practices generate sociality, identities and connection to ritual spirits. In Josep Martí & Sara Revilla Gútiez (eds), Making Music, Making Society (2018). Cambridge Scholars.
Videos & Audios
- Podcast Remember-Your-Body, Series 2, on bodies and the fields of anatomy, economics, environment, architecture, mobility and systems thinking.
- The Sounds of Non-Violence – a video-poem, around experiences with the more-than-human, especially birds and trees. Emerging from collaborating on the ‘Bakhita research project’ as part of ‘We will Dance with Mountains Course‘ 2020/2021, together with Bayo Akomolafe and Fire #6. Here is the poem text of the video.
- ‘Changing Perspectives by Water Magic’ – performance about travelling in a dugout canoe along the River Ivindo in Gabon surrounded by incredible shape-shifting natures. Created for exhibition ‘The Stories They Told’, 5th Base Gallery, London, August 12-17, 2016.
- ‘Moving Choices’ – Dance the PhD – nomination for Science and AAAS annual contest to present outcome of doctoral research by means of dancing, November 2013.
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