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House of Birds. An ethnohistory of a Tibetan Buddhist nunnery in Nepal. Kathmandu: Vajra Books.


‘Niets is voor eeuwig. Onhoudbare kunst in een onhoudbare wereld.’ Tijdschrift CUL 28(3): 32-33.

Imagine Us. A sympoietic story of stories on art in the nature of life. Thesis. DOGtime EP5, tutor Q.S.Serafijn (


Art in Nature, Nature in Art. Towards the imaginary and sensorial in a glocal world. Essay. DOGtime EP4, tutor Jorinde Seijdel. (unpublished)


‘Stomping on the Ground: Dancing Flamenco through Tokyo’s Soundscape.’ Yearbook of the International Council of Traditional Music 2017: 48-66.


‘Japanized Flamenco: Sensory shifts in the relocation of a transnational dance genre.’ Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices 6(1): 61-74.

‘Sounding contestation, silent suppression: Cosmopolitics and gender in Japanese flamenco’, in Linda Dankworth and Ann David (eds), Dance Ethnography and Global Perspectives, UK: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 154–71.


‘Different roads to grace: Spanish and Japanese approaches to flamenco dance, The Varieties of Ritual Experience’, in Jan Weinhold and Geoffrey Samuel and Axel Michaels et al. (eds), Ritual Dynamics and the Science of Ritual: Volume II – Body, Performance, Agency and Experience, Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz, pp. 481–504.


‘Sensuous Anthropology: Sense and Sensibility and the Rehabilitation of Skill.’ Anthropological Notebooks XV(2): 61-74.


‘Bezinning. Over zin en zingeving en de antropologie van de zintuigen.’ In Sunier, Thijl (ed.), Antropologie in een zee van verhalen, pp. 89-109. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Aksant.



‘Doggy hondjes.’ In Guadeloupe, Francio & Vincent de Rooij (eds.), Zo zijn onze manieren … visies op multiculturaliteit in nederland., pp. 191-197. Amsterdam: Rozenberg.


‘From the Untouchables towards Cool Investigation.’ In van Ginkel, Rob & Alex Striating (eds.), Wildness & Sensation. Anthropology of Sinister and Sensuous Realms, pp. 274-294. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis Publishers.



‘Of aficionados and other virtual gypsies. Review essay on “Flamenco: Passion, Politics and Popular Culture” by William Washabaugh (1996)’, Etnofoor, 10: 1/2, pp. 208–14.

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