What a Library Means to a Woman: Edith Wharton’s Library and Worldly Self-Fashioning. Forthcoming: University of Minnesota Press, April 2020.
Office. Forthcoming: Bloomsbury Press (Object Lessons series), 2020.
ARTICLES AND ESSAYS
“The Burial Ground of the Humanities: How DH Pedagogy Separates the Living from the Dead.” Debates in the Digital Humanities, Vol. IV: Pedagogy, eds. Brian Croxall and Diane Jacacki. University of Minnesota Press: volume forthcoming.
“Reading the Reader: Edith Wharton’s Library, Digital Methods, and Networks of Exchange.” The Bloomsbury Handbook to Edith Wharton, ed. Emily Orlando. Bloomsbury: volume forthcoming.
“Getting to Know the Community: Using Raymond Williams’ ‘Knowable Communities’ to Teach Wharton’s Summer.” MLA Approaches to Teaching Edith Wharton, ed. Ferdâ Asya: volume forthcoming.
“Subscription Libraries and the Making of Nineteenth-Century Female Reading Communities.” Reading Communities, ed. Shafquat Towheed (Open UP – McGraw-Hill Educational Publishers): volume forthcoming.
“Religious Texts in Edith Wharton’s Library.” Edith Wharton Review, 34.1 (2017): 79-85.
“Romancing the Interstitial: Howe’s The Hermaphrodite and the Substance of Sex in Nineteenth-Century America.” Nineteenth-Century Literature, 72.3 (December 2017): 311-332.
“‘It’s painful to see them think’: Wharton, Fin de Siécle Science, and the Authentication of Female Intelligence.” J/MMLA, The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, 49.2 (Fall 2016): 137-160.
“An Impossible Woman: Henry James and the Mysterious Case of Anne Moncure Crane.” American Literary Realism, 49.2 (Winter 2017): 95-113.
“A Month at The Mount: Research and the Unsearchable Archive.” The Edith Wharton Review, 31.1 (Spring 2015): 32-40.
“Suffer the Little Vixens: Edith Wharton and Realist Terror in ‘Jazz Age’ America.” JML: Journal of Modern Literature, 38.3 (Spring 2015): 99-118.
“Of Anarchy and Amateurism: Zine Publication and Traditions of Print Dissent.” J/MMLA: The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, 14.1 (Fall 2010): 101-128.
“‘Reading for It’: Lesbian Readers Constructing Culture and Identity through Textual Experience.” Peele, Thomas, ed. Queer Popular Culture (New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, 2007): 85-103.
Review of Homecoming, dir. Beyoncé (Netflix, 2019). The African American Review, forthcoming issue 2020.
Review of Amity and Prosperity, by Eliza Griswold (Macmillan, 2018). The Cleveland Review of Books, 21 September 2019.
Review of The Biopolitics of Feeling, by Kyla Schuller (Duke UP, 2018). Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, 36.1 (spring 2019): pp. 165-7.
Review of Reductive Reading: A Syntax of Victorian Moralizing, by Sarah Allison (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018). V21: Victorian Studies for the 21st Century, 3 May 2019.V21Collective.org.
Review of None of This is Normal: The Fiction of Jeff VanderMeer, by Benjamin J. Robertson (Minnesota UP, 2018). ASAP/J—The Open Access Platform of ASAP Journal, 14 March2018. ASAPjournal.com.
Review of Enumerations: Data and Literary Study, by Andrew Piper (Chicago UP: 2018). The Los Angeles Review of Books, forthcoming.
Review of None of This is Normal: The Fiction of Jeff VanderMeer, by Benjamin J. Robertson (Minnesota UP, 2018). ASAP/Journal, forthcoming.
Review of The Biopolitics of Feeling, by Kyla Schuller (Duke UP, 2018). Legacy, forthcoming.
“Fantasies of Form.” Review of Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network, by Caroline Levine (Princeton UP, 2015). Criticism, forthcoming fall 2018.
Review of Edith Wharton and Cosmopolitanism, eds. Meredith L. Goldsmith and Emily Orlando University Press of Florida, 2016). Studies in American Naturalism, 16.2 (Spring 2017): pp. 81-4.
Review of Edith Wharton and Cosmopolitanism, eds. Meredith L. Goldsmith and Emily Orlando (University Press of Florida, 2016). American Literary Realism 29.3 (Spring 2017): pp. 294-6.
“The Bestseller Who Hated Bestsellers: How Edith Wharton’s Reading Habits Square with her Celebrity.” Lapham’s Quarterly (forthcoming: 2020).
“My University is Dying.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 25 September 2019. https://www.chronicle.com/interactives/20190925-my-university-is-dying
“My Professor’s Living Room: Mentorship and the Idea of Academic Bohemia.” Majuscule, Issue 1 (Fall 2019). https://majusculelit.com/40-2/my-professors-living-room/
“’I Gave Myself to Sin’: What Belle and Sebastian Taught Me About Cruelty.” Hyped on Melancholy, Issue 1 (Summer 2019). HypedonMelancholy.com.
“Office Park: The Spheres at Amazon Headquarters.” Los Angeles Review of Books, 26 April 2019, LAReviewofBooks.com
“Writers Who Excel at Lists.” The Rambling, 26 January 2019, TheRambling.com.
“Fantasies of Functional Accumulation: Hoarding in Home Alone.” Avidly, 21 December 2018. Avidly.lareviewofbooks.org
“How textbook rentals undercut students.” Inside Higher Ed, 6 June 2018. InsideHigherEd.com
“Oh, the S@$% You’ll Do After You’re Tenured.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, 21 March 2018. McSweeneys.net.
“(De)Composition: or, How Matter Matters.” Codex: Essays and Photographs on the Art of the Book, ed. Micah Bloom (Grand Forks: University of North Dakota Press, 2018).
“In Praise of Not-Not Reading.” The Point, 6 April 2017. ThePointMag.com.
“How NDAs Stifle Speech on Campus.” Conditionally Accepted – Inside Higher Ed, 24 March 2017. InsideHigherEd.com/Conditionally-Accepted
“The Genius Next Door: When Octavia Butler Was My Neighbor.” Public Books, 15 December 2015. PublicBooks.org
“Bagpipes: A Rock-and-Roll History.” The Atlantic, 9 July 2016. TheAtlantic.com.
“The Puerility of Purity: How Jonathan Franzen’s Latest Rewrites an Edith Wharton Novel You’ve Probably Never Heard Of.” The Los Angeles Review of Books, 11 March 2016. LAReviewofBooks.com
“From Nowhere, and Everywhere.” The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 February 2016: B16.
“Loving the Alien: or, Making Theory Useful to the Undergraduate American Literature Classroom.” Pedagogy in American Literary Studies (PALS) – blog, 25 & 27 January 2016. TeachingPals.wordpress.com.
“Engaging the Ghost: Digitization, Preservation, and the Lessons of a Haunted Library.” The Mount’s Blog, 31 July 2015. EdithWharton.org.