Natural Reading: Race, Place, and Literary Practice in the United States from Thoreau to Ransom
My current scholarly book project examines the ways in which early twentieth-century writers in the U.S. deployed Transcendentalism’s racializing discourses of nature to establish the professionalized reading practices that sutured literary studies to the modern research university. An article drawn from this material is forthcoming with Twentieth-Century Literature.
Review of Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? in International Studies in Literature and the Environment
Review of We’re Doomed. Now What in Los Angeles Review of Books
“Food Waste is Destroying the Planet”: OpEd in the Los Angeles Times