PhotoDemos Collective. Citizens of Photography (November 2021, Vol 14. Anthropology and Photography, Royal Anthropological Institute)
Ileana L. Selejan, ‘Vandalism as Symbolic Reparation: Imaginaries of Protest in Nicaragua’, The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology, Volume 39, Number 2, Autumn 2021: 19–38.
Konstantinos Kalantzis, Interview + online discussion with Gonda Van Steen, Professor and Koraes Chair of Modern Greek and Byzantine History, Language and Literature and Director of the King College London Centre for Hellenic Studies 2021 https://21in21.co.uk/2021/02/27/interview-konstantinos-kalantzis/?fbclid=IwAR085fh0JgC6Dn4zo9eGVgSWl1AkPINPDx3c0Eu1dplnX_3_kk3DboCIusw
Christopher Pinney, Sokphea Young & Vindhya Buthpitiya Photodemos: Citizens of Photography: the Camera and the Political Imagination, Ten Years of the Trans Asia Photography Review / Notes from the Field, Spring 2020. (Curatorial Project)
Ileana L. Selejan, Women’s Work: Photographers of the Sandinista Revolution, Photography and Culture: Volume 13, 2020 – Issue 3-4: Fast Forward: Women in Photography
Konstantinos Kalantzis, ‘Picturing the Imaginable: Fantasy, Photography and Displacement in the Highland Cretan “Village.”‘ Journal of Modern Greek Studies 38: 59–84, 2020.
Konstantinos Kalantzis, . ‘Modernity as Cure and Poison: Visual Culture and Ambiguous Stillness in Therasia, Greece‘, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 145(2): 317-342 [The journal of the German Anthropological Association], Special Issue: Rethinking the Mediterranean, edited by Simon Holdermann, Christoph Lange, Michaela Schäuble and Martin Zillinger, 2020.
Konstantinos Kalantizs, “Acquiescent Spreaders: Occidentalism and Peripatetic Memory in Athens, Greece”, essay for the online exhibition on COVID-19 of the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 2020 https://emu-apple-tncb.squarespace.com/sickness-chapter-4?fbclid=IwAR0G2HI5UIe5k2Z_ehGY8xTvX8pGoWNFuQMlCaRbXucIScB_avSSNHQ-ZGM
Konstantinos Kalantzis, “Dance, Utopia and the Search for Meaning on a Pandemic Afternoon”, Essay in the Catalogue for the Exhibition DISORIENTED DANCE / MISLED PLANET (Odeon of Herodes Atticus 5/6-2/7 2020), Neon Foundation (https://neon.org.gr/en/about/)
Konstantinos Kalantzis, Tradition in the Frame: Photography, Power and Imagination in Sfakia, Crete, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Series: New Anthropologies of Europe.
Vindhya Buthpitiya, Unruly Rememberings, Invisible Histories, Joint Center for History of Economics at Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, 2019. (Photo Essay)
Vindhya Buthpitiya, Of Remberings/Forgettings in Northern Sri Lanka, Invisible Histories, Joint Center for History of Economics at Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, 2019 (Essay).
Vindhya Buthpitiya. ‘Paradise’ in Missing Pictures: A Brief and Incomplete History of Sri Lankan Photography, History Workshop Online, July 2019 (Essay).