— Ph.D., 2010, Stanford University
Ecosickness in Contemporary U.S. Fiction: Environment and Affect. Columbia University Press (2014). Also available from Powell's, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and local booksellers.
"Infinite Jest's Environmental Case for Disgust." In The Legacy of David Foster Wallace: Critical and Creative Assessments. Eds. Sam Cohen and Lee Konstantinou. U of Iowa P, 2012.
"Comic Crisis." Review of Solar, by Ian McEwan. American Book Review (Nov./Dec. 2010).
"'A Presence almost Everywhere': Responsibility at Risk in Don DeLillo's The Names." Contemporary Literature 51.1 (Spring 2010): 124-51.
Review of Teaching North American Environmental Literature, eds. Laird Christensen, Mark C. Long, and Fred Waage. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 17.1 (Winter 2010): 209-11.
"Human/Planetary." Solicited for Time: A Vocabulary of the Present, eds. Amy Elias and Joel Burges. NYU Press.
Review of Reclaimers, by Ana Maria Spagna. Solicited by Los Angeles Review of Books.
"Climate Visualizations: Making Data Experiential." Solicited for the Routledge Companion to the Environmental Humanities. Eds. Jon Christensen, Ursula K. Heise, and Michelle Niemann. Routledge.
"Climate Visualizations as Cultural Objects." Solicited for Teaching Climate Change in Literary and Cultural Studies. Eds. Shane Hall, Stephanie LeMenager, and Stephen Siperstein. Routledge.
"Ecosystems." Solicited for American Literature in Transition: 1990-1999. Ed. Stephen Burn. Cambridge University Press.
The Architecture of Ideas: A Reader (under contract with Oxford University Press)
Environmental Art and the Infowhelm (book manuscript)