2001: "Two Papuan Gulf Carvings." Emblems of Passage. Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco.
1975: Art of Melanesia. Myers/Adams Auction Catalog, New York.
1974: Arts of the South Pacific, Hudson River Museum, New York.
Meso-America and South America
2005: “Shamanic Art of the Upper Xingu.” Tribal Magazine, vol. X (1).
2003: “A Wayana-Aparai Orok Costume.” The World of Tribal Arts, vol. VIII (4).
2001: "A Kamayurá Iwata Mask." Emblems of Passage. Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco, CA.
1989: Native Ethnography: A Mexican Indian Describes His Culture. H. Russell Bernard and Jes ú s Salinas Pedraza, authors. Sage Publications, Newbury Park, CA.
1969: "The Agriculture of El Dextho, Hidalgo: A Study of Self-Supply in a Mexican Village," Los Otomies, H. Russell Bernard, ed. Washington State U. Laboratory of Anthropology Report #46.
2015: “The Grizzly Bear in Cheyenne Religion.” Published online for GOAL (Guardians of Our Ancestors’ Legacy)—Tribal Coalition to Protect the Grizzly.
2015 (to be released): “Uses of Horsehair among North American Indians.” Horse Hair Bridles, by Ned & Jody Martin. Hawk Hill Press, Nicasio, CA.
2014: “Dancing Spirits: Selected Illustrations from ‘Hopi Katcinas Drawn by Native Artists.’” Tribal Magazine, vol. XVIII-2 (72).
2009: "Blood Lines: Hunting Magic of the Plains Algonquians." Generous Man, Ahxsi-tapina: Essays in Memory of Colin Taylor, edited by Arni Brownstone and Hugh Dempsey. Tatanka Press, Wyk auf Foehr, Germany.
2009: “Mementoes of a Vanished World: Seventeenth-century Woodlands War Clubs." Tribal Arts, vol. XIII (52), San Francisco, CA.
2008: Totems & Shamans: Ancient Arts from Alaska and the Northwest Coast. (with Marie Mauzé, Jeffrey Myers, and Michèle Therrien.) Galerie Flak, Paris.
2007: “Masks of the Americas.” Marin County Museum of American Indian Art, Marin, CA
2006: “Riders of the Storm: The Cosmos Encoded in Cheyenne Horse Paints.” American Indian Bridles and Horse Masks, by Mike Cowdrey and Ned & Jody Martin. Hawk Hill Press, Nicasio, CA.
2005: “Will Soule: The View from Fort Sill.” (with Jonathan Fogel). Tribal Magazine, vol. IX (4), San Francisco, CA.
2005: “Issi?wun, Sacred Hat of the Suhtaio;” “Shields of the Hair-Rope People;” The People of the Buffalo: The Plains Indians of North America: Essays in Honor of John C. Ewers, edited by Hugh Dempsey and Colin F. Taylor. Tatanka Press, Wyk auf Foehr, Germany.
2004: “Blinded by the Sun: Shamanism and Warfare in the Little Shield Ledger.” European Review of Native American Studies, vol. 18 (2).
2004: "Beauty, Honor, and Tradition: Plains Indian Shirts in the Collection of the Smithsonian." The World of Tribal Arts, vol. IX (1), San Francisco, CA.
2003: "Feeding Scalps to Thunder: Shamanic Symbolism in the Art of the Cheyenne Berdache." The People of the Buffalo: The Plains Indians of North America: Essays in Honor of John C. Ewers, edited by Hugh Dempsey and Colin F. Taylor. Tatanka Press, Wyk auf Foehr, Germany.
2002: "Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum." The World of Tribal Arts, vol. VII (4), San Francisco, CA.
2001: "Two Cheyenne Lodge Ornaments;" "A Presentation Pipe Tomahawk;" "A Great Lakes Feathered Cape;" "A Suhtai Miniature Shield." Emblems of Passage, Gregory Ghent ed. Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco, CA.
1999: "The Original Paints--Northern Suhtaio;" "The Scalp Sun Lodge;" and "The Buffalo Spirit." Colin F. Taylor: Iho'lena: Cultural, Religious and Military Content of Plains Indian Artefacts. Verlag für Amerikanistik, Wyk, Germany.
1999: The Little Shield Ledger: A Cheyenne Warrior’s Pictorial Autobiography of the 1865 Platte River War. Unpublished.
1998: "Art as Cosmography: Cheyenne Women's Rawhide Painting." The World of Tribal Arts, vol. V (1), San Francisco, CA.
1980: "The Cheyenne Women's Sewing Society," Plains Indian Design, Symbology, and Decoration, George P. Horse Capture, ed., Buffalo Bill Historical Society, Cody, WY.
Harvard University: Teaching Assistant at upper class and graduate levels of cultural anthropology.
Various venues: guest lecturer on ethnographic arts (see below).
LECTURES (Partial List)
2012: “Traditional Painting of the Cheyenne,” and “The Cheyenne and Arapaho Sewing Society, Revisited.” Crow/Cheyenne Indian Art Seminar, Billings, MT.
2010: “Horse Masks of North America.” Plains Indian Symposium at the Marin Cultural Center.
2007: "Buffalo Pounds and Sacred Robes: Hunting Magic in the Northern Plains." Annual Conference of the Shamanic Institute, Walker Creek Ranch, CA.
2007: “Masks of the Americas.” Museum of the American Indian, Marin, CA.
2006: “The Arts of Shamanism in Amazonia.” Palo Alto Library.
2005: “The Shamanic Cosmos.” Cantor Art Center, Stanford University, Palo Alto.
2003: "People of Two Spirits: Shamanic Transvestism in Traditional Plains Culture," Guest Lecture at University of California, Berkeley, CA.
2002: "The Arts of War: Lodges, Paints, and Weaponry of the Cheyenne." Plains Indian Symposium at the Marin Cultural Center.
1999: "Riding with Power: The Shamanic Basis of Plains Indian Horse Paint." Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming.
1998: "Cheyenne and Arapaho Women's Sewing Society: Traditional Symbolism and Hunting Magic from the 18th Century to the Present.” Beadwork Symposium for the American Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA), Santa Fe, NM.
1997: “Cheyenne Ledger Art Before Fort Marion: An Examination of Two Southern Suhtai Drawing Books.” Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming.
1995: "Remembrance of Things Past: The James Mooney Collection of Miniature Shields and Lodges at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.” Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.
1992: "The Red and the Black: Symbolic Asymmetry in Plains Indian Art.” Museum of the Fur Trade, Chadron, NE.
1988: "Tradition and Change: Plains Indian Beadwork in the 20th Century.” Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.
1987: "Sources of Power: Women's Social Status in Three Plains Indian Tribes.” Heard Museum, Scottsdale, AZ.
1983: "Southern Plains Indian Art: An Analysis of Style and Origin.” Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.
1980: “The Cheyenne Women’s Sewing Society.” Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.
1975: "Messages from Dreamland: Aboriginal Art of Arnhem Land.” Océanie-Afrique noir Gallery, New York, NY.
1974: "Color Asymmetry in Fighting Shields of Highland New Guinea.” Océanie-Afrique noir Gallery, New York, NY.
1973: "Art and Trade in the Huon Gulf, Papua New Guinea.” Océanie-Afrique noir Gallery, New York, NY.