- Linguistic Anthropology
- Mayan Languages
- Language, Gender and Sexuality
From drag queens to leathermen: Language, gender, and gay male subcultures. Oxford Studies in Language and Gender, New York, NY: Oxford University Press (in press)
Jung-Tae Kim and Rusty Barrett,영어강의를위한실용교실영어: Classroom English in Use. Seoul: Kyung Moon Publishers. 2011.
Morphological conditioning in Sipakapense phonology. Proceedings of the Formal Approaches to Mayan Linguistics (FAMLi) conference. MIT working papers in linguistics. Cambridge, MA: MIT Department of Linguistics and Philosophy (in press)
Linguistic differentiation in Mayan language revitalization in Guatemala. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 12(3): 275-305. 2008.
The evolutionary phonology of glottal stops in K’ichean. BLS 33 (2007): Proceedings of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Lingusitics Society (in press).