2021: “Sensing Places: Making Room for More-Than-Human Encounters in the City,” in Politics of the Machine (POM) Conference 2021. Written with Karin Ryding and Vasiliki Tsaknaki.
2021: "The generation of a [multi’vocal] voice," in Seismograf Peer, special issue Sounds of Science: Composition, recording and listening as laboratory practice. Eds. Sanne Krogh Groth and Henrik Frisk. (2021). Written with Alice Emily Baird, Frederik Tollund Juutilainen, Mads Pelt & Nina Cecilie Højholdt.
2021: "Breathing Commons: Affective and Somatic Relations Between Self and Others," in 2021 Nordic Design Research Society (NORDES) conferenc. Written with Vasiliki Tsaknaki, Lena Kühn, Karin Ryding, Mai Hartmann, Maria Foverskov and Jonas Fritsch.
2020: Vocal Bodies: Performing Paralinguistic Stereotypes and Multivocalities in Art and Digital Media, PhD Dissertation, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen.
2020:"Kollektiv/Collective," in Peripeti no. 31. Eds. Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Mette Tranholm, Solveig Daugaard, Stina Hasse Jørgensen (2020). Written with Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Mette Tranholm, Solveig Daugaard, Stina Hasse Jørgensen.
2020: "Collective Performative Reading" by For More Than One Voice (with Jane Jin Kaisen), in Collective - Peripeti no. 31. Eds. Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Mette Tranholm, Solveig Daugaard, Stina Hasse Jørgensen.
2019: "Re-Volution Sampler – The Aesthetics of a Participatory Archive of Political Songs," in RE:SOUND 2019 – 8th International Conference on Media Art, Science, and Technology (RE:SOUND 2019). Ed. Morten Søndergaard. Written with Daniel Cermak-Sassenrath.
2018: "ROBOT & THE END: A Comparative Critical Reading of the Staging of Synthesized Voices in Digital Media Performances," in Peripeti Vol. 15 Nr. 29/30 (2018): Bodies of Difference/Kroppe I forskellighed. p.157-169.
2017: "Perception of Paralinguistic Traits in Synthesized Voices," in Proceedings from the 12th International Audio Mostly Conference. Co-written with Alice Emily Baird, Emilia Parada-Cabaleiro, Simone Hantke, Nicholas Cummins, and Bjorn Schuller.