Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Essays

"Her Body, Herland: Reproductive Health and Dis/topian Satire in Charlotte Perkins Gilman." Utopian Studies 29.1 (2018): 1-20. Full article available on academia.edu.


“Utopia, Inc.: A Manifesto for the Cyborg Corporation.” Science Fiction Studies 44.1 (2017): 21-42. Full article available on academia.edu.
 

“Always Already Sexual: New Materialism in Whitman’s Leaves of Grass.” Writing the Environment in Nineteenth Century American Literature: The Ecological Awareness of Early Scribes of Nature. Ed. Steven Petersheim and Malcolm P. Jones IV. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015.  99-115. Full chapter available on academia.edu.

Peer-Reviewed Books

Un(dis)covered Bodies: Science, Narrative, and the Female Body in Activist Medical Fiction. Monograph, Proposal Under Initial Review with Edinburgh University Press. 


Editor with an Introduction. Helen Brent, M.D. By Annie Nathan Meyer. HC Critical Edition. Hastings, NE: Hastings College Press. Print. (Forthcoming, 2019.) Introduction Proofs available on academia.edu

 

Theorizing Bodies: Language, Materiality, Subjectivity. Eds. Robert LaRue and Stephanie Peebles Tavera. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Solicited; Forthcoming, 2019.) 

Articles-In-Progress

“Cruxing Syphilis: Sex, Disability, and Eugenics in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Crux.” Theorizing Bodies: Language, Materiality, Subjectivity. Eds. Robert LaRue and Stephanie Peebles Tavera. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.


“Sexuo-Morphizing: Dickinson, Latour, Personification, and Metaphor.” The Emily Dickinson Journal. (Solicited; Revise and Resubmit)​


"Not Just a Book About Teen Sex: Teaching Feminist Young Adult Fiction in the Undergraduate Classroom." College English. (Drafting for Initial Submission)

Disabling Sex Education in Gilman's Herland

This presentation was given for the Fifth Annual English Graduate Conference: “The (R)escape Artists: Negotiating Space and Place in Troubled Times" at University of Texas at Arlington, 7 April 2017. Video Credit, Michael Hale. The talk offers a condensed version of the research from my article, "Her Body, Herland: Reproductive Health and Dis/topian Satire in Charlotte Perkins Gilman," in Utopian Studies.