2022                Scalici, G., Pain, Play and Music: Death and Healing Rites among the Wana, London: Bloomsbury

Articles and Book Chapters

2022                Scalici, G., Smiling pain: coping with illness and death through humour, in Religion and Senses of Humour, Stephen E. Gregg (Ed.), Sheffield: Equinox Publishing

2021                Scalici, G, Who framed Tetebua?, in Patterns Of Change In The Traditional Music Of Southeast Asia, Giovanni Giuriati (Ed.), Udine: Nota: 160-185

2020                Testoni, I.; Dorsa, M.; Iancona, E.; Scalici, G., Necronym: The effects of bearing a dead sibling’s name, in Mortality, Vol. 3, pp.1-18

2020                Scalici, G., Marginalized center: Wana people and the geography of power, in Joint special issue of the Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR) and Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (JBASR) Vol. 21. 114-134

2019                Scalici, G., Music and the invisible world: music as a bridge between different realms, in Approaches, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 150-165.

2017                Scalici, G., Eating together to grieve together: the funeral meal of Wana people of Morowali, in FEAST journal, The Meal, Issue 3.

2013                Scalici, G., The ritual music of Wana people, Central Sulawesi, International Conference for Asia Pacific Arts Studies (ICAPAS), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp.19-30.

PhD Thesis
2019 – Healing the Individual, Healing the Community Shamanic Rituals and Funerals of the Wana People of Morowali