Refereed Book Chapters
- “Spider-man’s Designer Genes: Hyper-capacity and Transhumanism in a D.I.Y. World.” The Matter of Disability. David Mitchell, Susan Antebi, and Sharon Snyder, eds. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2018. Book Chapter.
- “‘We Will Be Seen’: Queer Womanhood and the Politics of ‘Real’ in I (Heart) Alice (Heart) I.” Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices by Women in Ireland. Miriam Haughton and Maria Kurdi, eds. Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2015. 89-106.
Manuscripts in Preparation
- “Choreographing Conjoinment: Side Show’s Fleshly Fixations and Disability Simulation." Special Issue of Studies in Musical Theatre: Dance in Musical Theatre (January 2019). Joanna Dee Das and Ryan Donovan, eds. Journal Article.
- “Disability and the American Stage Musical.” Routledge Companion to Literature and Disability. Alice Hall, ed. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. Book Chapter.
- "Deafness: Screening Signs in d/Deaf Cinema." Disability in the Modern Age. David T. Mitchell and Sharon L. Snyder, eds. New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2019. Book Chapter.
- “Casting Christopher: Theatricalizing the Border of Disability in Curious Incident” Teaching Critical Performance Theory in Today’s Theatre Studio, Classroom, and Community. Jeanmarie Higgins, ed. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. Book Chapter.
- “Theatre & Disability by Petra Kuppers.” Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies. David Bolt, Ed. Book Review.
Special Projects and Digital Scholarship
- “Wagon.” Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed. D. Gilson, Ed. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press, 2016.
- “American Horror Story reveals the cruel optimism of science fiction” The Daily Dot. December 14, 2014. https://www.dailydot.com/via/ahs-coven-science-fiction-magic/
- "There Is No Future, There Is No Past”: Cripping Chronicity and the Death Drive in the AIDS Musical." Song, Stage and Screen XIII Conference. Los Angeles, CA. June 1.
- “‘Cut them apart’: Conjoinment, Conservation, and Aesthetics in Side Show.” Panel: Pre-Existing Conditions: Transhistorical Approaches to Disability Conservation.” Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA). Pittsburgh, PA. April 13.
- “‘And the beauty is…’: Cripping Aesthetics for Situated Knowledge in The Light in the Piazza.” Seminar: Disability Aesthetics—New Directions. American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Conference. Los Angeles, CA. March 29-April 1.
“‘Today for you, tomorrow for me’: Queer Contagion and Crip Chronicity in the AIDS Musical.” Panel: Performance and Theatre. Composing Disability: Crip Politics and the Crisis of Culture Conference. George Washington University (GWU). Washington, D.C. March 22.
- “Unlimited (I’m Limited): Impairment, Disability, and Hyper-Capacity in Wicked.” Working Session: I’m the Witch, You’re the World: The Stage Witch as a Sign of the Shifting Paradigms of Embodiment. American Society of Theater Research (ASTR) Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 16-19.
- "'Boy Falls From the Sky': Managing Disability, Actor Safety, and Spectacle." Panel: Beyond Casting and Characterization: New Deployments of Disability in Drama and Performance. Disability as Spectacle Conference. University of California, Los Angeles. April 14.
- "'I Will Never Leave You': Fixating On The Hilton Sisters’ Flesh in Side Show." Panel: Deviance on Page and Stage. (Re)Collections: The 2017 EGSA Symposium. George Washington University, English Department. Washington, D.C. February 24.
- “Re-theorizing Normate: How Hyper-capacity Shifts the Paradigm.” Special Session: Extraordinary Bodies At Twenty. Modern Language Association (MLA) Conference. Philadelphia, PA. January 7.
- “Divergent Cripistemologies: Biosociological Assessments of Atypicality.” Media Ecologies. Composing Disability: Crip Ecologies Conference. George Washington University. Washington, D.C. April 8.
- “‘And you shall Rise Above’: Genetic Meliorism in Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark.” Seminar: Performance and/as Exception. ACLA Conference. Boston, MA. March 19.
- “Casting Christopher: On the Border of Disability in Broadway’s Curious Incident.” Crip/Queer Crossings. Border Crossings Symposium. George Washington University, English Department. Washington, D.C. February 12.
- “Pathologizing Witchcraft: Supernatural Locations of Disability in American Horror Story: Coven.” Disability and Television. PCA-ACA Conference. New Orleans, LA. April 3.
- “Towards a Cripped Literature: A Curious Incident of Complex Embodiment.” Symposium: Subverting Academia and Subversive Academics. University of Maryland CP, Theatre and Performance Studies Department. College Park, MD. March 7.
- "What is a Cripped Literature?” Symposium: Twice Told Tales and Collected Stories. George Washington University, American Studies Department. Washington, D.C. February 20.
- “Spider-Man’s Designer Genes: Visceral Memory, Mutation, and Transhumanism in a “DIY World.” Incorporation Aesthetics: Futures in the Flesh. Transvisceral: The 2015 EGSA Symposium. George Washington University, English Department. Washington, D.C. February 6.
- “Damned to Eternity: Disabling Immortalities in American Horror Story: Coven.” Special Session: Pop Culture Crash Course. Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association (MAPACA) Conference. Baltimore, MD. November 8.
- “Researching Period Styles For Production.” Researching For Production. Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC). Louisville, KY. March 7.
Panels Organized or Moderated
- “Media and Transformation” Panel, Moderator. Symposium on Global Chaucer and Shakespeare in the Digital World. Hosted by Digital Humanities Institute, George Washington University. Washington, DC. February 4.
- “Disability and Television” Panel, Organizer and Moderator. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA-ACA) Conference. New Orleans, LA. April 3.