2013a. Reinventing ethnopoetics. Journal of Folklore Research 50(1-3): 13-39 (Special Triple Issue: Ethnopoetics, Narrative Inequality, and Voice: The Legacy of Dell Hymes).
2013b. 'Taking up speech' in an endangered language: Bilingual discourse in a heritage language classroom. UK Linguistic Ethnography Forum Seminar Discussion and Comments (edited by Jef Van der Aa). Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies, Paper 69. [Reprint of Moore 2012, with comments by Lian Malai Madsen, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton, and others.]
2012. 'Taking up speech' in an endangered language: Bilingual discourse in a heritage language classroom. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Educational Linguistics 27(2): 57-78.
2011a. Overhearing Ireland: Mediatized personae in Irish accent culture. Language & Communication 31(3): 229-242.
2011b. “If I actually talked like that, I’d pull a gun on myself”: Accent, avoidance, and moral panic in contemporary Irish English. Anthropological Quarterly 84(1): 41-64.
2011c. Ben Zimmer “On Language” in the New York Times Magazine and the new public linguistics. American Anthropologist 113(1): 340-344.
2011d. Standardisation, diversity and enlightenment in the contemporary crisis of EU language policy. King’s College London Working Papers in Urban Language and Literacies 74.
2010. Counting the losses: Numbers as the language of language endangerment. Studies in Sociolinguistics 4(1): 1-26 (co-authored with Sari Pietikäinen and Jan Blommaert).
2009. From performance to print, and back: Ethnopoetics as social practice in Alice Florendo’s corrigenda to “Raccoon and his Grandmother.” Text & Talk 29(3): 295-324.
2008. The Warm Springs Project: Reed anthropology in the postwar moment. Reed 87(1): 12-17.
2007a. From endangered to dangerous: Two types of sociolinguistic inequality (with examples from Ireland & the US). King’s College London Working Papers in Urban Language and Literacies 45.
2007b. Images of Irish English in the formation of Irish publics, 1600-present. Irish Journal of Anthropology 10(1): 18-29.
2006a. Disappearing, Inc.: ways of writing in the politics of access to “endangered languages”. Language & Communication 26: 296-315.
2006b. Ceremonialism, self-consciousness, and the problem of the present in North American Indian Studies. In S. Kan and P.T. Strong (eds.), New Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories and Representations, pp. 185-208. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
2003. From genericide to viral marketing: on ‘brand’. Language & Communication 23: 331-357.
2001. “Indian dandies.” Sartorial finesse and self-presentation along the Columbia River, 1790-1855. In Susan Fillin-Yeh (ed.), Dandies: Fashion and Finesse in Art and Culture, pp. 59-100. New York: New York University Press.
1999. Endangered. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 9(1-2): 65-68. [Reprinted 2001 in Alessandro Duranti (ed.), Key Terms in Language and Culture, pp. 60-63. Blackwell Publishers.]
1993. Performance form and the voices of characters in five versions of the Wasco Coyote Cycle. In John A. Lucy (ed.), Reflexive Language: Reported Speech and Metapragmatics, pp. 213-240. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1988. Lexicalization vs. lexical loss in Wasco-Wishram language obsolescence. International Journal of American Linguistics 54(4): 453-468.