“Promiscuous Affiliation: Evangelical Women, Biblical Mediation and Digital Infrastructures of Conversion.” Co-authored with Suzanne van Geuns, Digital Humanities and Material Religion, eds. Emily Clark and Rachel McBride Lindsey, Berlin: De Gruyter.
“Skating in the City” for a symposium on “Rethinking Religion and Secularism in Urban Planning” in Planning Theory and Practice 22(2: 274-77).
“Double vision, double cross: American exceptionalism, borders, and the study of religion”, Afterword to At Home and Abroad, ed. Winnifred Sullivan and Elizabeth Shakman Hurd. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 304-313.
“Corporate, Corporal, Collective: Reflections on Gender, Genres, and the Ongoing Troubling of the Categories of Religion and the Secular,” Afterword to Transforming Bodies and Religion: Powers and Agencies in Europe, ed. Mariecke van den Berg, Lieke L. Schrijvers, and Jelle Wiering. London: Routledge, pp. 221-227.
“Religion and Home: Sites of Sanctuary and Suspicion” A Cultural History of the Home in the Modern Age, 1920-2000, ed. Despina Stratigakos, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 184-204.
“Back to the Land and Waters: Futures for the Study of Religions” Religion, 50(1): 90-96.
“‘The First “White” Xmas’: Settler Multiculturalism, Nisga’a Hospitality, and Ceremonial Sovereignty on the Pacific Northwest Coast”, The Public Work of Christmas, ed. Pamela Klassen and Monique Scheer, Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019, pp. 18-41.
“Contraception and the Coming of Secularism: Reconsidering Reproductive Freedom as Religious Freedom” Secular Bodies, Affects, and Emotions, eds. Monique Scheer, Birgitte Schepelern Johansen, and Nadia Fadil, London: Bloomsbury, 2019, pp. 17-30.
“Narrating Religion through Museums” Narrating Religion, ed. Sarah Iles Johnston, MacMillan Interdisciplinary Handbook, 2016, pp. 333-352.
“Medicine” The Oxford Handbook for the Study of Religion, ed. Steven Engler and Michael Stausberg, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, pp. 416-429.
“God Keep our Land: The Legal Ritual of the McKenna-McBride Commission, 1913-1916” Religion and the Exercise of Public Authority, ed. Benjamin Berger and Richard Moon, London: Hart Publishing, 2016, pp. 79-93.
“Suppressing the Mad Elephant: Missionaries, Lamas, and the Mediation of Sacred Historiographies in the Tibetan Borderlands,” Co-authored with Matthew King, History and Anthropology, 26:3, 2015: 1-24.
“Fantasies of Sovereignty: Civic Secularism in Canada” Critical Research on Religion 3:1, 2015:41-56.
“Mentality, Fundamentality, and the Colonial Secular; or How Real is Real Estate?” Transformations of Religion and the Public Sphere: Postsecular Publics, eds. Rosi Braidotti, Bolette Blaagaard, and Eva Midden. Palgrave MacMillan, 2014, pp. 175-194. See here.
“Making Religion Mental: A Response to Birgit Meyer’s ‘Mediation and the Genesis of Presence’” Religion and Society, Volume 5, 2014, 231-237.
“The Politics of Protestant Healing: Theoretical Tools for the Study of Spiritual Bodies and the Body Politic” Spiritus 14 (1, Spring, 2014): 67-75.
“Christianity as a Polemical Concept” for The Companion to the Anthropology of Religion, eds. Michael Lambek and Janice Boddy, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, pp. 344-362.
“Material Witnesses: Women and the Mediation of Christianity,” Co-authored with Kathryn Lofton, in Media, Religion, and Gender, ed. Mia Lövheim, New York: Routledge, 2013, pp. 52-65.
“Religion and Myths of Nationhood in Canada and Mexico in the Twenty-first Century.” Concluding Essay in The Cambridge History of Religions in America: Volume III: 1945 to the Present, ed. Stephen J. Stein, Cambridge University Press, 2012, pp. 719-745.
“Saint as Cipher: Paul, Badiou, and the Politics of Ritual Repudiation”, co-authored with John W. Marshall. History of Religion 51:4, 2012, 344-363.
“Ritual, Tradition, and the Force of Design” in Ritualdesign, eds. Janina Karolewski, Christof Zotter, and Nadja Miczek. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2012.
“The Robes of Womanhood: Dress and Authenticity among African American Methodist Women in the Nineteenth Century,” Journal of Religion and American Culture, 14:1, 2004: 39-82.
“Mothers between God and Mammon: Feminist Interpretations of Childbirth” in Consuming Motherhood, ed. Janelle Taylor, Danielle Wozniak, and Lynda Lange, Rutgers University Press, 2004, pp. 249-270.
“Procreating Women and Religion: The Politics of Spirituality, Healing, and Childbirth in North America,” Religion and Healing in America, ed. Susan Sered and Linda Barnes, Oxford University Press, 2004, pp. 71-88.