Journal article: “'What the Music Could Be'—Revisiting the Unexpectedness of Jim Pepper"
Book Chapter: “Native Noise: The Politics of Powwow Drum Performance in a University Setting.” In Music and Modernity Among First Peoples of North America, eds. Victoria Levine and Dylan Robinson. Middleton: Wesleyan University Press (2019).
Co-Authored Book Chapter: “Performing Protocol: Indigenous Traditional Knowledge as/and Intellectual Property.” By Beverley Diamond with Aaron Corn, Frode Fjellheim, Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Moana Manipoto, Allan Marett, and John-Carlos Perea. In Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader, Volume 2, edited by Jennifer Post. New York: Routledge (2018).
Book chapter: “Recording Technology, Traditioning, and Urban American Indian Powwow Performance.” In Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media, eds. Thomas Hilder, Henry Stobart, and Shzr Ee Tan. Rochester: University of Rochester Press (2017).
Book review: Musical Intimacies and Indigenous Imaginaries: Aboriginal Music and Dance in Public Performance
Yearbook for Traditional Music 48 (2016).
Textbook and CD: Intertribal Native American Music in the United States
Global Music Series, New York: Oxford University Press (2013). Textbook review: Conlon, Paula J. 2015. “Powwow Times Three: Intertribal Powwow Music from Three Perspectives.” Great Plains Quarterly 35 (1): 103–11.
Journal article: “The Unexpectedness of Jim Pepper”
MUSICultures no. 39 (1), Special Issue: Indigenous Modernities, eds. Beverley Diamond, Kati Szego, and Heather Sparling (2012)