• 2014

  • 2014 presentation ~ Pop-Ethnography for Mobile Testing, UX Meet-Up
  • 2014 presentation ~ Navigational Personas, Juju IOS App, with Megan McDonald
  • 2011

  • 2011 poster ~ “By Classification or Dissensus: Of the Botanical Heritage in Queens, New York”, Environmental Anthropology Poster Session, American Anthropology Association Annual Meetings, Montréal, Canada.
  • 2010

  • 2010 talk ~ “A Complete Bundle: Intellectual, Cultural and Women’s Rights for Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe,” scheduled presentation, Center for the Study of Women and Society (CSWS), University of Oregon
  • 2010 book review ~ Monumental Ambivalence: The Politics of Heritage by Lisa Breglia for Anthropology Quarterly
  • 2008

  • 2008 panel ~ The Language, Culture and Sense of Place Panel with storyteller Thomas Doty, COCC geography instructor Mike Holtzclaw, sponsored by the Multi-Cultural Center of Central Oregon Community College
  • 2007

  • 2007 citation ~ Tedlock, B. “The observation of participation and the emergence of public ethnography”. Denzin and Lincoln, Strategies of Qualitative Inquiry. Sage Publications.
  • 2005

  • 2005 talk ~ “Traditional Healers Rites and Rights in Zimbabwe,” Central Oregon Community College Guest Lecture, Intro. to Medical Anthropology course
  • 2005 citation ~ In Coombe, R.,”Protecting Cultural Industries to Promote Cultural Diversity: Dilemmas for International Policy-Making Posed by the Recognition of Traditional Knowledge” in Maskus and Reichman, International Public Goods and The Transfer of Technology Under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime. Cambridge University Press
  • 2004

  • 2004 report ~ Preserving Natural and Cultural Heritage of Queens Residents through Participatory Research and Popular Education,” based on original research for the Queens Botanical Garden (QBG)
  • 2004 brochure ~ “Old Traditions, New Festivals: Celebrating S.E. Asian Heritage in Queens”. Published by the Queens Botanical Garden (QBG) and the New York Community Trust (NYCT), January 2004
  • 2004 article ~ “Nusantara Travels,” “Urban Ethnography: Treasures of Thailand,” and “The Diversity of the Philippines in Queens” in the Queens in Story web series. Read More
  • 2004 article ~ “Protecting Traditional Medicinal Knowledge in Zimbabwe,” Cultural Survival Quarterly Read More
  • 2003

  • 2003 panel ~ “The Cultural Right to Reproduce Traditional Medicine,” Canadian Anthropology Society Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Paper delivered by colleague: Professor Murphy Halliburton of Queens College
  • 2003 publication ~ “Preserving Natural and Cultural Heritage in Queens Through Participatory Research and Popular Education,” Queens Botanical Garden, (QBG), Flushing, New York
  • 2003 tour ~ “The Ethnobotany of Flushing” with Nosh New York-author Myra Alperson, CityLore, and Queens Botanical Garden Participatory Research/Popular Education Group
  • 2003 article ~ “Cultural Rights for Zimbabwe’s Sui Generis Legislation: Emphasizing Symbolic Practice Related to Traditional Medicinal Knowledge,” World Bank IK Notes, No. 57, June 2003; In French, January 2005.
  • 2002

  • 2002 publication ~ “Bodies, Capsules and Fetishes: The Transfer of Control Over Traditional Medicinal Knowledge in Zimbabwe.” No. #97, Centre for Developing Area Studies (CDAS) 2002 Discussion Paper Series. (first published April 2002)
  • 2002 talk ~ “Seeing Rightful Possession of Traditional Knowledge,” Centre for Developing Area Studies (CDAS), Presentation, Who Owns Development?” Conference, Montréal, Canada
  • 2002 talk ~ “In Support of Local Custodianship of Traditional Medicinal Knowledge,” for the Africa Group of Ministers regarding Article 8(j) on Traditional Knowledge, at the Secretariat of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, (CBD), Montréal, Canada
  • 2002 book review ~ The Seeds of Fire: Social Development in an Era of Globalism by Maureen G. Wilson, Elizabeth Whitman, (2000), for the journal Labour, Capital and Society/Travail, capital et société, April 2002
  • 2001

  • 2001 book review ~

    Capitalism with Justice: Envisioning Social and Economic Fairness by John Ibister (2001) for the journal Labour, Capital and Society/Travail, capital et société, June 2002

  • 2001 talk ~

    “Sorcerers to Scientists, Magic to Medicine and Knowledge to Information: The Alienation Process,” presentation at the McGill University Education Science Conference: Shifting Sands: Knowledge and Information in Our World. Montréal, Canada.

  • 2001 talk ~

    “Bodies, Capsules and Fetishes: Alienation of TMK in Zimbabwe,” The Centre for Society, Technology and Development (STANDD), Montréal, Canada.

  • 2001 talk ~

    “Case Study: IK Systems and Biotechnology - A Social Perspective from Zimbabwe,” for The National Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights for Biotechnology, organized by the Biotechnology Trust of Zimbabwe, Sponsored by DANIDA, St. Lucia Park, Zimbabwe.