On Literary Modernism & Decadence
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“T. S. Eliot.” Entry in Oxford Bibliographies in American Literature entry (with collaborators). 24 Mar 2021.
“Three Instances of Shell Shock: Soldiers and the Interwar Era in the Dorset Novels of Mary Butts” in Transatlantic Shell Shock. Ed. Austin Riede. U of North Georgia P, 2019. 232-259.
“Time” in essay cluster “The Waste Land and the #MeToo Generation” for Modernism/modernity PrintPlus, March 7, 2019.
“From Humiliation to Epiphany: The Role of Onstage Spaces in T. S. Eliot’s Middle Plays” in South Atlantic Review 82 (Summer 2017/vol. 2): 59-77.
“The Uprising of the Anecdotes: Women’s Letters and Mass-Produced News in Jacob’s Room and Three Guineas” in The Virginia Woolf Miscellany 88 (Fall 15/Winter 16): 11-14.
“Surviving the City: Resistance and Plant Life in Woolf’s Jacob’s Room and Barnes’ Nightwood” in Critical Plant Studies: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Volume 1. Ed. Randy Laist. Rodopi, 2013. pp. 123-146.
“The Search for Pan: Difference and Morality in D. H. Lawrence’s ‘St. Mawr’ and ‘The Woman Who Rode Away’,” in D.H. Lawrence Review 37.1 (2012): 65-89.
“Rachilde, Marguerite Eymery Vallette (1860-1953),” biographical entry in Latchkey 4 (Summer 2012).
In Film Studies
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Teaching and Pedagogy
“Charlie Chaplin” and “Modern Times” entries for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism
“Economies of Desire: Reimagining Noir in They Live By Night,” in Lonely Places, Dangerous Ground: Nicholas Ray in American Cinema. Eds. Steve Rybin and Will Scheibel. SUNY Press, 2014. pp. 29-39.
“Montage and Memory: Articulations of Literary Modernism in Alain Resnais’ Early Films,” in Film and Literary Modernism. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. pp. 175-187.
On Teaching and Pedagogy
“Teacher Voice: My community college students traded their ‘rusty can-opener’ homework for projects that do the job better, faster” for The Hechinger Report (May 16, 2017)