TallBear, Kim. “Dear Indigenous Studies, It’s Not Me, It’s You. Why I Left and What Needs to Change.” In Aileen Moreton-Robinson, ed. Critical Indigenous Studies: Engagements in First World Locations. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2016: 69-82.
TallBear, Kim. “Dossier: Theorizing Queer Inhumanisms: An Indigenous Reflection on Working Beyond the Human/Not Human,” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 21(2-3), 2015: 230-235.
TallBear, Kim. “Indigenous Scientists Constitute Knowledge across Cultures of Expertise and Tradition: An Indigenous Standpoint Research Project.” RE: MINDINGS: Co-Constituting Indigenous/Academic/Artistic Knowledges, edited by Johan Gärdebo, May-Britt Öhman, and Hiroshi Maryuama. Uppsala Multiethnic Papers 55. The Hugo Valentin Centre, Uppsala University, Uppsala, 2014: 173-191.
L. Noel, D. C. Hamilton, A. Rodriguez, A. James, N. Rich, D.S. Edmunds, and K. TallBear. “Bitter Medicine is Stronger: A Recipe for Acorn Mush and the Recovery of Pomo Peoples of Northern California.” The Multispecies Salon, edited by Eben Kirksey. Durham: Duke University Press, 2014: 154-163.
TallBear, Kim. “Standing With and Speaking as Faith: A Feminist-Indigenous Approach to Inquiry [Research note].” Journal of Research Practice, 10(2), 2014.
TallBear, Kim. “The Emergence, Politics, and Marketplace of Native American DNA.” The Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society, eds. Daniel Lee Kleinman and Kelly Moore. London: Routledge, 2014: 21-37.
Edmunds, David S., Ryan Shelby, Angela James, Lenora Steele, Michelle Baker, Yael Valerie Perez, and Kim TallBear. “Tribal Housing, Co-Design & Cultural Sovereignty.” Science, Technology & Human Values 38 (6) (2013): 801-828.
TallBear, Kim. “Genomic Articulations of Indigeneity.” Social Studies of Science 43(4) (August 2013): 509-534.
Reardon, Jenny and Kim TallBear. “Your DNA is Our History.” Genomics, Anthropology, and the Construction of Whiteness as Property.” Current Anthropology53(S12) (April 2012): S233-S245.
TallBear, Kimberly. “Commentary” (on Decoding Implications of the Genographic Project for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage). International Journal of Cultural Property 16 (2009): 189-192.
TallBear, Kimberly. “DNA and Native American Identity.” In indivisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas, ed. Gabrielle Tayac. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, 2009: 69-75.
Lee, S. S-J., D. Bolnick, T. Duster, P. Ossorio, and K. TallBear. The Illusive Gold Standard in Genetic Ancestry Testing. Science 325 (5943) (July 3, 2009): 38-39.
TallBear, Kimberly. “Native-American-DNA.coms: In Search of Native American Race and Tribe,” Revisiting Race in a Genomic Age, edited by Barbara Koenig, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, and Sarah Richardson. Rutgers University Press, 2008.
Bolnick, Deborah A., Duana Fullwiley, Troy Duster, Richard S. Cooper, Joan H. Fujimura, Jonathan Kahn, Jay Kaufman, Jonathan Marks, Ann Morning, Alondra Nelson, Pilar Ossorio, Jenny Reardon, Susan M. Reverby, and Kimberly TallBear. “The Science and Business of Genetic Ancestry,” Science, 318(5849) (October 19, 2007): 399-400.
TallBear, Kimberly. “Narratives of Race and Indigeneity in the Genographic Project,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 35(3) (Fall 2007): 412-424.
TallBear, Kimberly. “DNA, Blood and Racializing the Tribe,” In ‘Mixed Race’ Studies: A Reader, edited by Jayne O. Ifekwunige. London and New York: Routledge, 2004. First published in Wicazo Sá Review Vol. 18(1) (2003): 81-107.
TallBear, Kim. “Beyond the Life/Not Life Binary: A Feminist-Indigenous Reading of Cryopreservation, Interspecies Thinking and the New Materialisms.” In Joanna Radin and Emma Kowal, eds., Cryopolitics. Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming. 2017.
TallBear, Kim. “Beyond the Life/Not Life Binary: A Feminist-Indigenous Reading of Cryopreservation, Interspecies Thinking and the New Materialisms.” In Joanna Radin and Emma Kowal, eds., Cryopolitics: Frozen Life in a Melting World. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2017: 179-202.
TallBear, Kim. “Standing With and Speaking as Faith: A Feminist-Indigenous Approach to Inquiry.” In Chris Andersen and Jean O’Brien. Methods in Indigenous Studies. University of Minnesota Press, 2017: 78-85.
Banu Subramaniam, Laura Foster, Sandra Harding, Deboleena Roy, and Kim TallBear. “Feminism, Postcolonialism, Technoscience.” In Ulrike Felt, Rayvon Fouché, Clark A. Miller and Laurel Smith-Doerr, eds. The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, Fourth Edition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2017: 407-433.