20th and 21st century American literature; experimental literature; Francophone and Anglophone continental philosophy and theory (especially French and American feminisms, queer theory, and aesthetic theory); politics and social movements; history of the life sciences; history of ecology.
Peer-Reviewed Essays and Book Reviews
- “An Aesthetics and Ethics of Emergence, or Thinking with Luce Irigaray’s Interval of Difference.” Forthcoming in Criticism.
- “Waltz with Manning,” a review of Erin Manning’s Always More Than One: Individuation’s Dance. Women & Performance 25, no. 1 (2015): 103-106.
- “On Feeling Political: Negotiating (within) Affective Landscapes and Soundscapes.” PhaenEx 7, no. 2 (2012): 96-123.
Non-Peer-Reviewed Essays and Book Reviews
- “How Sia Kept Breathing and Became a Formalist.” PopMatters (2016).
- “Mortality Will Be Sexy,” a review of Dodie Bellamy’s When the Sick Rule the World. Review 31 (2016).
- A review of Elizabeth A. Wilson’s Gut Feminism. Make Magazine (2016).
- “I’m Just Normal,” an essay on “Queer Theory without Antinormativity.” Arcade (2015).
- “After the Fall,” a review of Edan Lepucki’s California. The Oxonian Review (2014).
- “Toxic Literature,” a review of Darragh McKeon’s All That Is Solid Melts into Air and Heather Houser’s Ecosickness in Contemporary U.S. Fiction: Environment and Affect. Public Books (2014).
Instructor (Millennium Approaches: Imagining History and the Present in the Late 20th Century), Autumn 2016
Course Assistant (Objects, Things, and Other Things), Autumn 2015
Teaching Assistant (Film Analysis; Studying Culture: An Introduction), Autumn-Winter 2012-2013