Killick, Evan & Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti. 2023. Indigenous transformations in the comunidad nativa: rethinking kinship and its limitations in an expanding resource frontierTipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America. 19 (1), pp. 128-146.

Carmenta, Rachel et al. (incl. Evan Killick). 2023. Connected Conservation: Rethinking conservation for a telecoupled worldBiological Conservation. 282 (2023).

Killick, Evan. 2021. Hybrid houses and dispersed communities: Negotiating governmentality and living well in Peruvian AmazoniaGeoForum. 119:279-288.

Killick, Evan. 2020. Extractive Relations: Natural Resource Use, Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Protection in PeruBulletin of Latin American Research. 39(3):290-304.

Killick, Evan. 2018. Rubber, terra preta and soy: a study of visible and invisible Amazonian modernitiesJournal of Anthropological Research. 74(1):32-55.

Andersen, LE; B. Groom; E. Killick; J.C. Ledezma; C. Palmer; & D. Weinhold. 2017. Modelling Land Use, Deforestation, and Policy: A Hybrid Optimisation-Heterogeneous Agent Model with Application to the Bolivian Amazon. Ecological Economics. 135:76-90.

Killick, Evan. 2014. Whose Truth is it Anyway? (A discussion of the ontological turn and Martin Holbraad’s Truth in Motion: The Recursive Anthropology of Cuban Divination). In AOTC Issue 9.

Weinhold, Diana; Evan Killick & Eustáquio J. Reis. 2013. Soybeans, Poverty and Inequality in the Brazilian AmazonWorld Development. 52:132-143.

Killick, Evan. 2013. Trade, Exchange and Markets in Indigenous Latin America – An IntroductionThe Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 18(1):e1-e7.

James, Deborah & Evan Killick. 2012. Empathy and Expertise: Case Workers and Immigration/Asylum Applicants in London. Law and Social Inquiry. 37(2):430-455.

Killick, Evan. 2011. The Debts that Bind Us: A Comparison of Amazonian Debt-Peonage and US Mortgage PracticesComparative Studies in Society and History. 53(2):344-370.

Killick, Evan. 2010. Ayompari, Compadre, Amigo: Forms of Fellowship in Peruvian Amazonia, In The Ways of Friendship: Anthropological Perspectives. (eds) A. Desai & E. Killick. Oxford: Berghahn.

James, Deborah & Evan Killick. 2010. Ethical dilemmas? UK immigration, Legal Aid funding reform and case workersAnthropology Today. 26(1):13-15.

Killick, Evan. 2009. Ashéninka Amity: A Study of Social Relations in an Amazonian SocietyJ.R.A.I. 15(4):701-718.

Killick, Evan. 2008. Creating Community: Land titling, education and settlement formation amongst the Ashéninka of Peruvian AmazoniaJournal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 13(1):22-47.

Killick, Evan. 2008. Godparents and Trading Partners: Social and Economic Relations in Peruvian AmazoniaJournal of Latin American Studies. 40(2): 303-328.

Killick, Evan. 2007. Autonomy and Leadership: Political Formations among the Ashéninka of Peruvian AmazoniaEthnos.72(4):461-482.

Edited Volumes and Special Issues

Desai, Amit & Evan Killick (eds). 2010. The Ways of Friendship: Anthropological Perspectives. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Killlick, Evan (ed.) 2013. Commodities, Exchange and Outsiders in Indigenous South America. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 18/1.

My daughter during fieldwork in Belterra, Brazil, July 2009