Dead body: Sociological theory
The message of dead bodies’ in S. Lundin and L. Åkesson (eds) Body Time. On the Interaction of Body, Identity and Society, Lund: Lund University Press.
‘Mexico City’s exceptional deathscapes: the disappeared, (digital) bodies, molecular speculations’, in D. House & M. Westendorp with A. Maddrell (eds) New Perspectives on Urban Deathscapes: Continuity, Changes and Contestation, Northampton MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 180-197
Beyond the Body: Death and Social Identity, Routledge: London.
Death and Dying: A Sociological Introduction, Policy Press: Cambridge.
Body Politics. Death, Dismemberment and Memory in Latin America, Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.
Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection, New York: Columbia University Press.
‘Pinochet’s cadaver as ruin and palimpsest’, in M. Lazzara and V. Unruh (eds) Telling Ruins in Latin America, New York NY: Palgrave.
‘Knowing “necro waste”’, Social Epistomology, 30:3, 326-345.
‘Consuming criminal corpses: fascination with the dead criminal body’, Mortality, 15:3, 250-265.
‘The life of the corpse: framing reflections and questions’, African Studies, 68: 3, 299-309.
‘Moral discourse and action in relation to the corpse: integrative concepts for a criminology of mass violence’, in J-M Dreyfus & É Anstett (eds) Human Remains and Mass Violence: Methodological Approaches, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 81-105.
The Lived Body: Sociological Themes, Embodied Issues, London: Routledge.