Debenport, Erin. 2018a. (in press). Spatiotemporal, geographic, and linguistic fixity: (Counter)hegemonies in the Pueblo borderlands. Association of Mexican-American Educators Journal, Special Issue: Counterhegemonies of Language. Patricia Sánchez and Brendan O’Connor, editors.

Debenport, Erin.  2018b. (in press). What is secrecy and what is its relation to social facts? American Anthropologist, Vital Topics Forum: What Happened to Social Facts? Jillian Cavanaugh and Karen Ho, editors.

Debenport, Erin. 2017.  Perfecting publics: Future audiences and the aesthetics of refinement. Future Indigenous Publics, Current Linguistic Anthropological Engagements, edited by Paul V. Kroskrity, Barbra A. Meek, and M. Eleanor Nevins, Routledge.

Debenport, Erin. 2015. Fixing the Books: Secrecy, Literacy, and Perfectibility in Indigenous New Mexico. Santa Fe: School for Advanced Research Press. 

Debenport, Erin. 2012. Continuous perfectibility: Pueblo propriety and the consequences of literacy. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 22(3): 201-219.

Debenport, Erin. 2011. As the rez turns: Anomalies within and beyond the boundaries of a Pueblo community. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35(2): 87- 109.

Debenport, Erin. 2010. Comparative accounts of linguistic fieldwork as ethical exercises. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 206: 227–244.

Debenport, Erin. 2010. The potential complexity of "universal ownership’: Cultural property, textual circulation, and linguistic fieldwork. Language & Communication 30(3): 204- 210.