Global Appetites: American Power and the Literature of Food. (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
WORK IN PROGRESS
“Literature and Food Studies,” with Amy L. Tigner; foreword to be written by Darra Goldstein (Book project).
“Food Culture in Digital Times” (Book project).
“Seed Savers and Seed Networks: Narratives, Images, Infrastructures” (Article).
EDITED VOLUMES & JOURNAL ISSUES
Environmental Vision in the Anthropocene: Technologies, Aesthetics, Ethics, co-edited with Robert P. Marzec. Special Issue of Public Culture 26.2 (2014), forthcoming.
Environmental Humanities, Co-edited with Ursula K. Heise. American Book Review (Winter 2011).
“The Green Avant-Garde: Food Hackers and Cyber-Farmers,” Special issue on “Tasting Modernism,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, forthcoming.
“Environmental Visualization in the Anthropocene: Technologies, Aesthetics, Ethics,” with Robert P. Marzec, Public Culture 26.2 (2014), forthcoming.
“The Digital Cloud and the Micropolitics of Energy,” Public Culture 26.2 (2014), forthcoming.
“Culturing Food: Bioart and In Vitro Meat,” Parallax 19.1 (2013): 88-100.
“Bog Lands and Digital Markets: Seamus Heaney’s Late Poetry,” Pacific Coast Philology 46.2 (2011): 232-244.
“War Rations and the Food Politics of Late Modernism,” Modernism/Modernity 16.4 (2009): 767-795.
“‘The Chocolate Eater’: Food Traffic and Environmental Justice in Toni Morrison’s Tar Baby,” Modern Fiction Studies 55.3 (2009): 596-619.
“The City Refigured: Environmental Vision in a Transgenic Age.” Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century, eds. Stephanie LeMenager, Teresa Shewry and Ken Hiltner (London: Routledge, 2011).
“Compassion, Commodification and The Lives of Animals: Coetzee’s Recent Fiction.” Postcolonial Ecologies: Literatures of the Environment, eds. Elizabeth DeLoughrey and George Handley. (London: Oxford UP, 2010.)
REVIEW ESSAYS AND BOOK REVIEWS
Review of Rob Nixon, Slow Violence: Environmentalism of the Poor (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2011) in Modern Fiction Studies (2014), forthcoming.
“Michael Pollan’s Dilemma,” review of Michael Pollan, Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation (New York: Penguin, 2013) in Public Books (2013).
“Junk Culture and the Post-Genomic Age.” Review of Thierry Bardini, Junkware. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2011. Postmodern Culture (2011).
“Environmental Art and Awareness in the Age of Apps,” Media Section of Resilience 1.2 (2014), forthcoming.
“Interview: Rob Nixon,” co-edited with Robert P. Marzec, Public Culture 26.2 (2014), forthcoming.
“The Power of Play in Urban Environmentalism: Interview with Jenny Price,” Resilience 1.1 (2014).
“Urban Ecologies and Social Practice Art,” Media Section of Resilience 1.1 (2014).
“The Future of Food in California,” Boom: A Journal of California 3.4 (Winter 2013).
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