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"Chorality's Sonic-Social Relationships." (co-authored with Kate Bancroft, Alex Rule, and Charlotte Wang) Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture 3/1 (2022): 76-97.
“Vibrating, and Silent: Listening to the Material Acoustics of Tintinnabulation.” Arvo Pärt: Sounding the Sacred, Peter Bouteneff, Jeffers Engelhardt, and Robert Saler, eds. Fordham University Press (2021): 129-53.
“Congregation and Chorality: Fluidity and Distinction in the Voicing of Religious Community.” Studying Congregational Music: Key Issues, Methods, and Theoretical Perspectives, Andrew Mall, Jeffers Engelhardt, and Monique Ingalls, eds. Routledge (2021): 140-55.
"Listening and the Sacramental Life: Degrees of Mediation in Orthodox Christianity." Praying with the Senses: Contemporary Eastern Orthodox Spirituality in Practice, Sonja Luehrmann, ed. Indiana University Press (2018): 58-79.
“Congregational Singing, Orthodox Christianity, and the Making of Ecumenicity.” The Oxford Handbook of Music and World Christianities. Suzel Reily and Jonathan Dueck, eds. Oxford University Press (2016): 649-74.
“Resounding Transcendence — An Introduction” (co-authored with Philip V. Bohlman). Resounding Transcendence: Transitions in Music, Religion, and Ritual. Jeffers Engelhardt and Philip V. Bohlman, eds. Oxford University Press (2016): 1-25.
“Arvo Pärt and the Idea of a Christian Europe: The Musical Effects and Affects of Post-Ideological Religion.” Resounding Transcendence: Transitions in Music, Religion, and Ritual. Jeffers Engelhardt and Philip V. Bohlman, eds. Oxford University Press (2016): 214-32.
“Perspectives on Arvo Pärt after 1980.” The Cambridge Companion to Arvo Pärt. Andrew Shenton, ed. Cambridge University Press (2012): 29-48.
“Music, Sound, and Religion.” The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction. Second edition. Martin Clayton, Trevor Herbert, and Richard Middleton, eds. Routledge (2012): 299-307.
“The Acoustics and Geopolitics of Orthodox Practices in the Estonian-Russian Border Region.” Eastern Christians in Anthropological Perspective. Chris Hann and Hermann Goltz, eds. University of California Press (2010): 101-27.
“Has Critical Musicology Aged Well?” Radical Musicology 5, 2010.
“Right Singing in Estonian Orthodox Christianity: A Study of Music, Theology, and Religious Ideology.” Ethnomusicology 53/1 (2009): 32-57.
“Right Singing and Conversion to Orthodox Christianity in Estonia.” Conversion After Socialism: Disruptions, Modernisms and Technologies of Faith in the Former Soviet Union. Mathijs Pelkmans, ed. Berghahn (2009): 85-106.
“Late- and Post-Soviet Music Scholarship and the Tenacious Ecumenicity of Christian Musics in Estonia.” Journal of Baltic Studies 39/3 (2008): 239-62.
“Asceticism and the Nation: Henryk Górecki, Krzysztof Penderecki, and Late Twentieth-Century Poland.” European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 9 (2002): 197-207.