Works in Progress
Finding Love in Literary Studies (book project). Under contract with Routledge.
The Sensuous Pedagogies of Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence. Clemson UP, 2020.
Sensibility, Parochiality, Spirituality: Toward a Critical Method and Ethic of Response in Woolf, Spivak, and Mahmood. Religion, Secularism, and the Spiritual Paths of Virginia Woolf, edited by Kristina K. Groover, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 189–207. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-32568-8_11.
Bloomsbury and Philosophy. Handbook to the Bloomsbury Group, edited by Derek Ryan and Stephen Ross. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018, pp. 135–50. DOI: 10.5040/9781350014947.ch-005.
Sir Thomas Browne and the Reading of Remains in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. Sentencing Orlando: Virginia Woolf and the Morphology of the Modernist Sentence, edited by Elsa Högberg and Amy Bromley, Edinburgh UP, 2018, pp. 175–85. DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474414609.003.0015.
Intimations of Cosmic Indifference in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando and Olive Moore’s Spleen. Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries: Selected Papers from the Twenty-Fifth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, edited by Julie Vandivere and Megan Hicks, Clemson UP, 2016, pp. 183–88. DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781942954088.001.0001.
Furthering the Voyage: Reconsidering DeSalvo in Contemporary Woolf Studies. Personal Effects: Essays on Culture, Teaching, and Memoir in the Work of Louise DeSalvo, edited by Nancy Caronia and Edvige Giunta, Fordham UP, 2015, pp. 140–52. DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823262274.003.0011.
Transgressive Simulation: Violence and Reality in Extreme Championship Wrestling. Simulation in Media and Culture: Believing the Hype, edited by Robin DeRosa, Rowman and Littlefield, 2011, pp. 141–50.
Journal Articles, Essays, and Reviews
Woolfian Love in Aggregate: Posthuman–Queer–Feminist. Comparative Critical Studies, vol. 19, no. 2, 2022, pp. 157–83, https://doi.org/10.3366/ ccs.2022.0441.
The Teaching Archive: A New History for Literary Study, by Rachel Sagner Buurma and Laura Heffernan. (Review.) Recent Scholarship, vol. 6, cycle 2, 7 September 2021. Modernist/modernity Print Plus.
“No Children, Only Tasks: Reflections on Cruel Pedagogies.” (Essay.) The Discipline, vol. 5, cycle 4, 8 February 2021. Modernism/modernity Print Plus.
Religious Eroticism and Pedagogy in Olive Moore’s Celestial Seraglio: A Tale of Convent Life. The Modernist Review, no. 18, March 2020.
Problems of the Past and Figures of Aging in Late and Early Wallace Stevens. Age, Culture, Humanities, no. 4, Summer 2019.
Feeling Shadows: Virginia Woolf’s Sensuous Pedagogy. PMLA, vol. 132, no. 2, March 2017, pp. 266–80. DOI: 10.1632/pmla.2017.132.2.266.
The Value of Virginia Woolf, by Madelyn Detloff. (Review.) Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 23, 2017, pp. 171–74.
A Future Not My Own: Thinking Aging in Two of Wallace Stevens’s Winter Lyrics. Twentieth-Century Literature, vol. 59, no. 3, Fall 2013, pp. 385–413.
Radical Encounters: The Ghost and the Double in Mrs. Dalloway. Virginia Woolf Miscellany, no. 80, Fall 2011, pp. 13–14.
It Is Almost Impossible That I Should Be Here: Wordsworthian Nature and an Ethics of Self-Writing in Virginia Woolf’s “A Sketch of the Past.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany, no. 78, Spring 2010, pp. 13–15.
A Car, a Plane, and a Tower: Interrogating Public Images in Mrs. Dalloway. Modernism / Modernity, vol. 16, no. 3, September 2009, pp. 537–51. DOI: 10.1353/ mod.0.0119.
David Mitchell’s Ghostwritten: Ghosts, Doubles, and Writing. The Explicator, vol. 67, no. 2, 2009, pp. 84–86.
Shakespeare and Modernism, by Carl DiPietro. (Review.) James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 4, Summer 2007, pp. 848–50. DOI: 10.1353/jjq.0.0011.