PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES & SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

2021                “Speculative Aesthetics: Resisting White Norms,” ASAP/Journal, special                               issue titled “New Worlds of Speculation.” (Forthcoming)

 

2021                Co-authored with Kelley Kreitz and Mark Noonan, “Lessons from ‘City of                           Print’,” American Literary Realism, 53.2. (2021), 117-127. (Forthcoming)

 

2020                “El Cronista: Spanish-Speaking Readers in Nineteenth-Century New York                            City,” “Locating Editors in Multi-Ethnic Periodicals.” American                                              Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography, 30.2 (2020):                                 119-121.

 

2019                “Queer Objectivity, Nostalgia, and Modernity: Combative Gendering                                   Discourses in Funny Boy’s Post-1983 Sri Lanka.” Postcolonial Interventions:                          An Interdisciplinary Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 4.1 (2019): 205-228.

 

2017                “The 1866 New York City Cholera Epidemic Through Popular Periodicals                           and Theories of Contagion.” Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism 39.1                               (2017): 1-18.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

2021                Book Review of Writing Revolution: Hispanic Anarchism in the United                              States edited by Christopher Castañeda and Montse Feu, American                                      Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography (30.2 (2021).

 

2020                Review of Valeria Luiselli, Lost Children Archive. The American Book                                Review (invited), 41.2 (Spring 2020). 

 

2015                 Reviewed Work:  James Baldwin, Jimmy’s Blues and Other Poems. The                                     Journal: A Literary Magazine. 39.2 (Spring 2015).

 

2015                 Reviewed Work: Gwendolyn Zepeda, Falling in Love with Fellow Prisoners:                           Poems. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 69.1 (Spring                                     2015): 134-37.

 

PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP

2020                “For Many Immigrants, An Even Greater Risk.” The New York Times,                                 April 25, 2020.

 

2020                “We Must Confront Anti-Black History in All Forms in the Age of                                         #BlackLivesMatter.” Truthout, May 24, 2020. 

 

2020                “COVID-19 and Structures of Oppression among New York City's                                        Undocumented Immigrants,” Spark: Elevating Scholarship on Social                                    Issues, the Online Magazine of the National Center for Institutional                                      Diversity at the University of Michigan.

 

2020               “What New York City’s Cholera Epidemics Teach Us in the Age of                                        COVID-19.” Truthout, May 24, 2020

2017                “The ‘Magnificent Failure’ of Hart Crane’s Poetics: Reinventing Crane’s                               ‘To Brooklyn Bridge,’” Special Issue on “Revisiting Modernism,” Spring                              Magazine on English Literature (Winter 2017).

 

2013                  “Creativity and Relativity: An Analysis of Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and                            Emerson’s Views on Education and Knowledge.” We Build Our Bridges                                Together: 2013 Monograph Series. NAAAS & Affiliates (February 2013):                                  932-55.

 

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