“Institutions of Reading.” Modernism/modernity Print Plus Cluster on “Modern Institutions.” Vol. 5, Cycle 3 (31 Aug 2020): <>


“Albert Halper’s A Farewell to the Rising Son: A Newly Recovered Parody of Hemingway.” The Hemingway Review 37.2 (Spring 2018): pp. 120–130. doi pdf


“Disruptive Adaptation: Transfiguring Shakespeare in Humphrey Jennings’s Fires Were Started. Adaptation 10.2 (August 2017): pp. 245–261. doi pdf


Book chapters:

“The Growing Cloud of Digital Waste: JONAH and the Ecocritical Ethics of Filmmaking.” Hsin Hsieh and Vivienne Westbrook, eds. Oceans, Seas and Shorelines in Film (forthcoming from Routledge).


Up the Academy: Modernism and the University Reconsidered.” Jeff Birkenstein and Robert Hauhart, eds. Modernism: A (Re)consideration. (forthcoming).

“‘That Detestable Place:’ Virginia Woolf’s Cambridge and the Rise of English Literary Studies.” Laura Nicosia and James F. Nicosia, eds. Critical Insights: Virginia Woolf. (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press/Grey House Press, 2022): pp. 35-49.


“Illness and Disability Narratives.” Patrick O’Donnell, Stephen Burn, and Lesley Larkin, eds. Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Literature, 1980–2020. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2022): pp. 667-675. doi pdf


Review essays:

“Narrative Strategies and Fictional Intellectual Disabilities.” Journal of Modern Literature 42.2 (Winter 2019): pp. 185–191. doi pdf


Book reviews:

Review of David L. Anderson, Archetypal Figures in “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”: Hemingway on Flight and Hospitality. Kent, OH: Kent State Univ. Press, 2019. Hemingway Review 40.2 (Spring 2021): pp. 151–154. doi pdf