— PhD, 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.
"Managing Information and Materiality in Infinite Jest and Running the Numbers," American Literary History (forthcoming Winter 2015)
"'Geologic Time from Now On': Lorine Niedecker's Lake Superior," invited essay for Los Angeles Review of Books (forthcoming 2014)
"Human/Planetary." In Time: A Vocabulary of the Present, eds. Amy Elias and Joel Burges. NYU Press (forthcoming 2015)
Environmental Art and the Infowhelm (book manuscript in progress)
The Architecture of Ideas: A Reader (proposal invited by Oxford University Press. Under review)