2009.  Anthropology Off the Shelf: Anthropologists on Writing, with Maria D. Vesperi, co-editor.  Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. 

2009.  An Anthropology of War: Views from War Zones.  New York: Berghahn Books. 

1999. Love, Sorrow and Rage: Destitute Women in a Manhattan Residence. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

1993; paperback 1997. Street Addicts in the Political Economy. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Academic Articles, Essays, Chapters and Book Reviews

2008.  Introduction: On War and AccountabilitySocial Analysis Volume 52 Issue 1: 12-31.

2008.  An Anthropology of War: Views from War Zones.  editor, Special Issue.  Social Analysis Volume 52 Issue 1.

2007.  Teaching Genocide in an Age of Genocides.  co-authored with Antigona Kukaj.  American Anthropologist Vol. 109, No. 3 (September).

2007.  Out of the Shadows of History and Memory: Personal Family Narratives as Intimate Ethnography.  co-authored with Barbara Rylko-Bauer.  In The Shadow Side of Field Work: Theorizing the Blurred Borders between Ethnography and Life, Athena McLean and Annette Leibing, eds.  Malden, MA and Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing.

2007.  Danger Zones and Insight at Critical IntersectionsNorth American Dialogue.  Volume 10, No. 1 (April):15-17.

2006.  Are Latinos Becoming “White” Folk? And What that Still Says about Race in AmericaTransforming Anthropology  Volume 14 No. 2: 133-150.

2006.  Out of the Shadows of History and Memory: Personal Family Narratives in Ethnographies of Rediscovery.  co-authored with Barbara Rylko-Bauer. American Ethnologist  Volume 330, No. 3: 397-412.

2006.  Review of The Word on the Street: Homeless Men in Las VegasCHOICE Reviews.  March.

2006.  Books MatterAnthropology News.  February: 19-20.

2005.  Bringing the Past into the PresentAnthropology News.  September: 2-3.

2005. The Story of My Story: An Anthropology of Violence, Dispossession and Diaspora. Anthropological Quarterly. Volume 78, No. 1 Winter: 43-61.

2004. Review of Arresting Images: Crime and Policing in Front of the Television Camera. CHOICE Reviews. October.

2004 Legislation as Strategy to Intimidate, Silence and Manipulate Consent. North American Dialogue. Volume 7, No. 2 (September):8-11.

2004. Review of Seasons Such as These: How Homelessness took Shape in America by Cynthia J. Bogard. CHOICE Reviews. May.

2003.  The Ethnographer’s Tale: Translating Anthropology for a General Audience.  Co-authored with Maria D. Vesperi.  Anthropology News.  March.

2003. Review of Reckoning with Homelessess by Kim Hopper. CHOICE Reviews. November.

2003. The Uses of Dialogue. North American Dialogue. Vol. 6, No. 1. (June):5-6.

2003. Review of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain edited by Faye D. Ginsburg, Lila Abu-Lughod, and Brian Larkin. CHOICE Reviews. April.

2000. A Word with Winona. VP Candidate LaDuke Talks To Us. Anthropology News, November.

2000. Review of King Kong on 4th Street. Families and the Violence of Poverty on the Lower East Side, by Jagna Wojcicka Sharff. American Ethnologist. Volume 27, Number 1 (February):215-217.

1999. Stories of Love, Sorrow and Rage, Anthropology News. September.

1998. Talk Back, Anthropology Newsletter. December.

1998. Review of AIDS Activism and Alliances, by Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies and Graham Hart, editors. Social Science and Medicine Volume 47:9:1391-1392.

1998. Doing Our Home Work: Anthropologists on Homelessness and Housing in the United States, American Anthropologist Volume 100:1 (January):12-15.

1998.  Interpreting Audiences: Cultural Anthropology in Market Research.  In Applying Cultural Anthropology.  Gary Ferraro, ed. Thomson Wadsworth: Boston, MA.

1997. Anthropological Research and the Politics of HIV Prevention: Towards a Critique of Policy and Priorities in the Age of AIDS. Social Science and Medicine. Volume 44:9:1381-1391.

1996. Lessons in Love, Sorrow and Rage: Struggles in a World of Ever-Growing Anguish. North American Dialogue. Vol.1 No.1 (Fall):5-7.

1996. Review of What Makes Women Sick. Gender and the Political Economy of Health by Lesley Doyal, American Anthropologist. Vol.98 No.2 (June).

1995. Atlanta 1994: Anthropology and HIV Prevention, in Anthropology Newsletter. Vol.36 No.1 (January).

1994. Advertising the War on Drugs: Images on American Television, (with John Baumann) in Drug Use in America: Social, Political, and Cultural Perspectives. Peter Venturelli, ed., Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.: Boston, MA.

1994. Interpreting Audiences: Cultural Anthropology in Market Research, in Practicing Anthropology. Vol.16 No.2 (Spring).

Policy-Related Research Reports

2002. A Look Towards Advancement II: Minority Employment in Cable. National Association of Minorities in Communications.

2001. Sexual Abuse Experiences and Risk Behavior among Methadone Maintenance Clients: Part I: Towards Understanding the Connection and Dynamics; Part II: Towards Intervention and Treatment. Beth Israel Medical Center.

2001. Status and Future of Media and Telecommunications in Urban America. Citizenship Education Fund, Media and Telecommunications Project, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition.

1999. A Look Towards Advancement: Minority Employment in Cable. National Association of Minorities in Communications.

1998. Minority Ownership: Obstacles and Opportunities in the Media and Telecommunications Industries. National Association of Minorities in Communications (first author, Waterston; second authors, John T. Barber and Willis Smith).

1986. Minority Youth in the Labor Force: Issues for Youth Employment Programs. Westchester County Youth Bureau and the Private Industry Council.

1985. Perspectives on Westchester: A Case Study of the Hispanic Community in New Rochelle. Westchester County Youth Bureau.

1984. Perspectives on Westchester: A Coordinated Study of Youth and Family Needs (with Irene Browne). Westchester County Youth Bureau.