Forthcoming “George Hunt,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol.. XVI, 1931-1940. Toronto: University of Toronto Press/Université Laval.
2015 “Relating deep genealogies, traditional history, and early documentary records in southeast Alaska: Questions, problems, and progress,” Sergei Kan and Steve Henrikson, eds., Sharing Our Knowledge: The Tlingit and Their Coastal Neighbors. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, pp. 187-246.
2013 (with Aaron Glass) “About the back cover,” Manoa 25,1. Special Issue: Cascadia: The Life and Breath of the World.
2013 “‘That which is most important’: Louis Shotridge on Tlingit clan history and crest art,” in Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Jennifer Kramer and Ki-ke-in, eds., Native Art of the Northwest Coast: A History of Changing Ideas. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
2012 (with Aaron Glass) “The Distributed Text: An Annotated Digital Edition of Franz Boas’s Pioneering Ethnography.” Culture Vol. 6(1):18. 2012.
2004 “‘Some mysterious means of fortune’: A look at Northwest Coast oral history,” in Marie Mauzé, Michael Harkin and Sergei Kan, eds., Coming to Shore: Northwest Coast Ethnology, Traditions, and Visions, pp. 129-162. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
2004 “Giver,” in Brian Swann, ed., Voices From Four Directions: Contemporary Translations of the Native Literatures of North America, pp. 83-104. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
2004 “George Hunt,” The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, p. 298. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
2003 “Unpublished materials of Franz Boas and George Hunt: A record of 45 years of collaboration,” in Igor Krupnik and William W. Fitzhugh, eds., Gateways: Exploring the Legacy of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902, pp. 181-213. Arctic Studies Center Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology 1. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution.
2002 “George Hunt,” in William H. New, ed., Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada, pp. 521-2. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
2000 “Red salmon and red cedar bark: Another look at the nineteenth-century Kwakwaka’wakw winter ceremonial,” BC Studies 125-6: 53-98 (special issue, Ethnographic Eyes [Essays in honor of Douglas Cole]).
1998 “Building a collection: Native Californian basketry at the University of Pennsylvania Museum,” Expedition 40,1: 23-33 (special issue, Pomo Indian Basket Weavers, Their Baskets and the Art Market).
1996 “‘The culture as it appears to the Indian himself’: Boas, George Hunt and the methods of ethnography,” in George Stocking, ed., Volksgeist as Method and Ethic: Essays on Boasian Ethnography and the German Anthropological Tradition, pp. 215-256. History of Anthropology 8. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
1994 “George Hunt and the Kwak’wala texts,” Anthropological Linguistics 36, 4: 482-514.
1994 “Night Hunter and Day Hunter,” in Brian Swann, ed., Coming to Light: Contemporary Translations of the Native Literatures of North America, pp. 250-272. New York: Random House.
1992 “Oolachan-Woman’s robe: Fish, blankets, masks and meaning in Boas’ Kwakw’ala texts,” in Brian Swann, ed., On the Translation of Native American Literatures, pp.125-162. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. Reprinted in Brian Swann, ed., Skyloom: Native American Myth, Story, and Song, pp. 27-72. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2014.
1991 “The production of the Boas-Hunt Kwakw’ala texts,” Working Papers for the XXVIth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp. 1-36. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, August 15-17, 1991.
1990 “Notes on shape classification in Kwakw’ala,” Working Papers for the XXVth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp.37-60. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, August 16-18, 1990.
1989 “The origin of herring: Re-examination of an 1894 Kwakw’ala text,” Working Papers for the XXIVth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp. 164-203. Steilacoom Tribal Community Center, Steilacoom, WA, August 16-19, 1989.
1983 “Three discourse elements in Boas’ Kwakw’ala texts.” Working Papers for the XVIIIth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp 1-52, University of Washington. August 10-12, 1983, Seattle, WA.
1982 “Some secret languages of the Hmong,” in Bruce Downing and Douglas P. Olney, ed., The Hmong in the West: Papers of the 1981 Hmong Research Conference, University of Minnesota, pp. 142-159. Minneapolis: Southeast Asian Refugee Studies Project. With Maria Derrick-Mescua and Mary Beth Carlson.
1982 “Deictic auxiliaries and discourse marking in Kwakw’ala narrative,” Working Papers for the XVIIth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp. 355-408, Portland State University, August 1982, Portland, OR.