Recent Publications

Classical Studies | English and Writing Studies | French Studies & Linguistics | Modern Languages and Literatures | Philosophy | Visual Arts | Women's Studies and Feminist Research


English Studies | Writing Studies | Film Studies | Theatre Studies


  • "Broken Watch Jazz," "Gestalt," and "Proportion." The Malahat Review 204 (2018): 36-40.
  • “Recurrent Dream #25” and “Recurrent Dream #49.” The Antigonish Review 194 (2018): 30-1.
  • "Apples (or, Pigeons of the Fruit Kingdom)" and "Suburban Alchemy." The Prairie Journal 70 (2018): 34-6.
  • "Doing Voices." The Dalhousie Review Autumn (2017): 386-87.
  • "Family Dinner," "The Grownup Room," "Stunned Kitten." The Antigonish Review 188 (2017): 25-7.
  • “Identity.” The Prairie Journal 67 (2017): 33.


  • “Microbials.” The Dalhousie Review, vol. 100, no. 3, Autumn 2020, 400-402.
  • “Lawn Ornaments in the Anthropocene.” The Scales Project (August 2020)
  • “Colony Collapse.” Watch Your Head. (August 2020)
  • “Borderchild.” long con magazine 3 (May 2020):
  • “Cooking in the coronavirus crisis is much more fun with old secrets from the Queen’s pantry.” The Conversation Canada, 19 May 2020.
  • “A Language Not One’s Own: Translational Exchange in Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Iberian Recipes.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, vol. 19, no. 1, Winter 2019, pp. 1-27.
  • Under the Gamma Camera. Gaspereau Press, 2019.
  • Women, Food Exchange, and Governance in Early Modern England. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
  • Pilgrimage. London, ON: Baseline Press, 2016.
    “Indifference,” “Betting the Odds,” “Return,” Prairie Fire 37.3 (Autumn 2016): 31-5.
  • Colony Collapse,” “Cyclic,” Hamilton Arts and Letters 9.2 (2016-17).
  • “Cell Sequencing,” reprinted in In Fine Form 2nd Edition: A Contemporary Look at Canadian Form Poetry, ed. Kate Braid and Sandy Shreve (Vancouver: Caitlin Press,2016), p. 241.
  • “The Secret Life of Crabs,” Grain Magazine 43.1 (2015): 63
  • Madeline Bassnett, “Gifts of Fruit and Marriage Feasts in Mary Wroth’s Urania,” Re-Reading Mary Wroth, ed. Katherine R. Larson and Naomi J. Miller with Andrew Strycharski (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 157-168.


Books and Parts of Books:

  • Archibald Lampman, Arnulph and White Margaret, ed. with an Introduction and notes (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2020): xxiii + 7.
  • (Part of book) “‘Men of the North’: Archibald Lampman’s Use of Incidents in the Lives of Medieval Monarchs and Aristocrats,” Medievalism in English Canadian Literature, ed. M.J. Toswell and Anna Czarnowus, Medievalism 17 (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2020): 17-35.
  • (Part of book) ‘“A Canadian Boat Song’: Origins and Impact in English Canada,” The Reputations of Thomas Moore: Poetry, Music, and Politics, ed. Sarah McCleave and Triona O'Hanlon, Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution (London and New York: Routledge, 2020): 27-43, with 1 b/w illustration.
  • (Part of book) “Border-Crossings and Alternative Social Spaces in Gabrielle Roy’s Bonheur d’occasion / The Tin Flute,” Contested Spaces, Counter-Narratives, and Culture from below in Canada and Québec, ed. Roxanne Rimstead and Domenico A. Beneventi (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2019): 278-91.
  • (Part of book) The Short Stories of Alice Laidlaw, 1950-51,” Alice Munro’s Miraculous Art: Critical Essays, ed. Janis Fiamengo and Gerald Lynch, Reappraisals: Canadian Literature (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2017): 138-57.
  • (Part of book) Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature, ed. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Linda K. Hughes (London: Blackwell Publishing, 2015): 1477-83.
  • (Part of book) Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Giotto Painting the Portrait of Dante,” Dante and the Christian Imagination, ed. Domenico Pietropaolo (New York, London, and Toronto: Legas, 2015): 165-82.
  • (Part of book) The Poetry of the Canoe: William Douw Lighthall’s Songs of the Great Dominion,” Anthologizing Canadian Literature: Theoretical and Cultural Perspectives, ed. Robert Lecker (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2015): 79-106.
  • Scribe: Archibald Lampman and Episkopon. A Facsimile Edition, ed. with an Introduction and notes. London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2015. xxxii + 203pp.
  • (Part of book) British Poets, Classical Myths, Canadian Locations,” The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature, ed. Cynthia Sugars (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015): 277-94.
  • (Part of book) “Canada,” The Fin-de-Siècle World, ed. Michael Saler, Routledge Worlds (London and New York: Routledge, 2015), 213-25.
  • By Necessity and Indirection: Essays on Modernism in Canadian Literature (Ottawa: Tecumseh Press, 2015), 364pp. 
  • (Part of book) “Reflections on the Situation and Study of Canadian Literature in the Long Confederation Period,” Home Ground and Foreign Territory: Essays on Early Canadian Literature, ed. Janice Fiamengo, Reappraisals of Canadian Writers (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2014): 17-43.
  •  Archibald Lampman, Untitled Fragment of a Novel, ed. with an Introduction and annotations, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts  (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 2014), xxvi + 54 pp.
  •  (Part of book) “Ted Goodden’s Ridgway Series: Some Aesthetic and Regional Contexts,” (Re)imagining Regionalism, ed. Joel Faflak and Sky Gladbush (London: McIntosh Gallery Curatorial Study Centre, 2014), 85-97, with 4 b/w illustrations.


  • "‘Delightful Mania’: Aubrey Beardsley and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 30 (Spring 2021): 63-90, with 10 b/w illustrations.
  • ‘"First Rapture . . . Next . . . Revolt': T.S. Eliot and Dante Gabriel Rossetti," Journal of the T.S. Eliot Society (2021): 1-27.
  • “Blessed Pets: Algernon Charles Swinburne and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 29 (Spring 2020): 48-61, with 4 b/w illustrations.
  • “Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Lady Lilith and Related Poems: Legends, Sources, Meanings,” Iconocrazia 18 (December 2020) (4686 words).
  • “Visions of Love: Simeon Solomon and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 29 (Fall 2020): 46-56, with 4 b/w illustrations.
  • “Valedictory,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 84-85 (2019): 5-6.
  • ‘“Curiosity and the Desire of Beauty’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s The Beloved, and Some Contingent Aesthetic Considerations,” University of Toronto Quarterly 88.4 (Fall 2019): 346-66.
  • “A Kind of New Renaissance’: Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 28 (Fall 2019): 70-90, with 2 b/w illustrations.
  • “The ‘Old Italian Book’ that Made Dante Gabriel Rossetti ‘the Particular Kind of Man and Artist’ that He Was,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 28 (Spring 2019): 36-65, with 9 b/w illustrations.
  • “Rummagings 20: “A.G. Bailey Among the Modernists,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 83 (Fall/Winter 2018): 5-13.
  • ‘“Allegoriz[ing] on One’s Own Hook’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Illustrations for Moxon’s Tennyson,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 27 (Spring 2018): 22-44, with 2 b/w illustrations.
  • “Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Joseph Accused before Potiphar,” British Art Journal 19.1 (Summer 2018): 57-61, with 1 illustration.
  • “Rummagings 19: The ‘North American Indian’ in John Rae’s New Principles,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 82 (Spring/Summer 2018): 4-11.
  • “The Character of Pre-Raphaelite Poetry and Fictional Prose,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 27 (Fall 2018): 4-32, with 1 b/w illustration.
  • “Simile, Metaphor, and the Making and Perception of Canada,” Studies in Canadian Literature, “Re: Confederating Canada,” ed. Paul Keen and Cynthia Sugars 43.1 (2017): 66-83.
  • Allegoriz[ing] on One’s Own Hook: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s King Arthur and the Weeping Queen’s,” Pre-Raphaelite Society Newsletter of the United States 43 (Summer 2016): 1, 4, including 1 b/w illustration.
  • “Rummagings 17: "The Afterlife of Archibald Lampman,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 79 (Fall/Winter 2016): 5-11.
  • “Rummagings 16: Duncan Campbell Scott’s Review of The Ninth Vibration, and Other Stories by L. Adams Beck,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 16 (Spring/Summer 2015): 5-11.
  • “Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘For an Annunciation, Early German’: Einfühlung, Inspiration, and Significance,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 24 (Fall 2015): 35-46.
  • “Rummagings 18: The Literary History of Canada and the Literary History of the United States,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 77 (Fall/Winter 2015): 5-8.
  • “Rummagings, 15: Thomas Cary’s Work for the ‘Peace and Good Order of a Well-Regulated Society’,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 74 (Spring/Summer 2014): 5-11.
  • “Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s The Blue Closet and The Tune of Seven Towers,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 23 (Fall 2014): 29-43.


  • “Op-ed: Some Social and Economic Implications of Covid-19 from Early Canada,” Gazette (Western University), 25 May 29, 2020, internet.
  • ‘“In Flanders Fields’ with Notes,” Gazette (Western University), 11 November 2018.
  • “Conversation,” Gazette (Western University), 23 October 2018, 5, and website.
  • “Op-ed: #believeher,” Gazette (Western University), 23 January 2018, website, Facebook, and Twitter.
  • “Op-ed, Civility and Manners,” Gazette (Western University), 7 March 2017    
  • “Op-ed, The Importance of an Arts Education,” Gazette (Western University), 15 September 2015, 6 and numerous Facebook and websites in Canada, the United States, and elsewhere.


  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 84-85 (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter 2019), 104pp.
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 83 (Fall/Winter 2018), 146pp.
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 82 (Spring/Summer 2018), 103pp.
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 80-81 (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter 2017), 269pp. [Special Issue for the Centenary of Margaret Avison. Editor: David A. Kent.]
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 79 (Fall/Winter 2016), 124pp.
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 78 (Spring/Summer 2016), 124pp. [Special Issue on the Poetry of the Maritimes, Editor: Thomas Hodd]
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 76 (Spring/Summer 2015), 112pp.
  • Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 77 (Fall/Winter 2015), 110pp.


  • “Fantasy Ladies”: Female Performers and Actresses in Qurratulain Hyder’s “The Missing Photograph” Vol 10. 1 (2016).
  • "Provincializing English,” Globalizing Indian English Drama", (Postcolonial Text. Vol. 10, Nos 3 and 4, 2015)
  • "Bollywood Shakespeare." Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare. Cambridge    University Press. (January 2016)
  • "Revisiting the Theatre of the Komagata Maru.” Studies in Canadian Literature.  40.1, 2015: 27-44.


  • “The Global Village of the Damned: A Counter-Narrative for the Post-War Child,” Narrative 24.2 (2016): 156-173.
  • “First, Offence”, ESC: English Studies in Canada 41.2-3 (2015): 22-25. /li>


  • Chambers, M. (2015, September 10) Mountain bike racing puts life on track Toronto Star Retrieved from 
  • Chambers, M. (2015, August 20) Why I started mountain bike racing at age 42 Toronto Star Retrieved from
  • Chambers, M. (2015, April 17) Made-for-the-Movies Destinations Outside Magazine Retrieved from


  • Tom Cull, Bad Animals (Insomniac Press, 2018).
  • "Freaking Determinism: The Image of the Wild Man in Blood Meridian" in Cormac McCarthy's Violent Destinies : The Poetics of Determinism and Fatalism Edited By: Bannon, Brad and Vanderheide, John, 2018.
  • “Like a Bat” and “Trash Fish”, The New Quarterly, Issue 137: A Good Polemic is Hard to Find (2016).


  • “Constructing ‘Canadian Literature’: A Retrospective.” Cynthia Sugars, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature. New York: Oxford UP, 2016. 17-40.


  • Jo Devereux , “The Evolution of Victorian Women's Art Education, 1858–1900: Access and Legitimacy in Women's Periodicals,” Victorian Periodicals Review, Volume 50, Number 4, Winter 2017, pp. 752-768.
  • “Women in the Victorian Art Museum: Travels with Eurydice and Flora,” Victorian Review, Volume 43, Number 1, Spring 2017, pp. 35-41.


  • “Autodestruction in Lebanon: The Testimonial Uncanny and the Birth of Knowledge in Walid Raad’s The Atlas Group”, (Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. No. 33. 2015: 53-74)
  • "In/Hospitable ‘Aboriginalities’ in Contemporary Indigenous Women’s Writing”. The Oxford Handbook        of Canadian Literature. Forthcoming. Ed. Cynthia Sugars. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.


  • “Time Will Tell”. Rampike, 24:1 (2015). 5.
  • Readings Anthologies.” Robert Lecker, ed. Anthologizing Canadian Literature: Theoretical and Cultural Perspectives. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2016. 271-78.
  • Ashland, Kentucky, Northern Frights: Volume 1, ed. Don Hutchison, (Chizine Publications, October 2015)
  • The Women Who is the Midnight Wind, (Open Road Integrated Media. New York)


  • Fresh Strange Music: Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Language, (Montreal & Kingston: McGill- Queen’s University Press, 2015) 


  • European Journal of American Studies "Transnational Approaches to North American Regionalism": Issue 9.3 (2014).  The title of the article is "Constructing a New Regionality: Daphne Marlatt and Writing the West Coast"


  • "A 'notable newe Italionisme': Providence, Plague, and the Final Words of the Criminally Condemned in The Unfortunate Traveller." The Criminal Humanities: An Introduction (edited by Michael Arntfield and Marcel Danesi) pgs. 11-36. Peter Lang Publishing Inc. March 2016.
  • Healthcare Writing: A Practical Guide to Professional Success (Broadview, 2016), co-authored with Michael Arntfield.


  • Jones, Manina and Neal Ferris. “Flint, Feather, and Other Material Selves: Negotiating the Performance Poetics of E. Pauline Johnson.” American Indian Quarterly. 41.2 (Spring 2017): 125-57.


  • Dancing Shakespeare’s Plays. In Shakespeare and Dance. Ed. Lynsey McCulloch and Brandon Shaw. Oxford University Press, 2019, pp. 283-6.
  • Co-edited Shakespeare and Textual Studies (Cambridge University Press, November 2015)


  • John Leonard “The Value of Milton” Cambridge University Press (2016).
  • John Leonard, “Milton, the Long Restoration, and Pope’s Iliad,” in Milton and the Long Restoration, ed. Ann Baynes Coiro and Blair Hoxby, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 447-64.


  • MacLean, Alyssa. "Writing Back To Massa: The Black Open Letter in Transnational Abolitionist Literature.” Reading Between the Borderlines: Cultural Production and Consumption across the 49th Parallel, edited by Gillian Roberts, McGill-Queen’s University Press.


Short stories:

  • Yellow Wedding, Lake Effect, Spring 2019
  • Dear Alien, The New Guard (nominated for Pushcart Prize), 2018
  • Sometimes This Is Not Enough, Breakwater Review (Finalist for Breakwater Review Fiction Prize), 2018 (online)
  • Another Kind of Comprehension, Riot, February 2017 (online)
  • Centerpiece, Bluestockings Magazine, March 2015
  • The Circles In Which We Travel, Joyland: a hub for short fiction, March 2014


Public Exhibitions (as founding and current member of the art collective Shake-n-Make):

  • “What’s Eating You?” (diptychs and macaroni portrait) – Niagara Artists’ Centre (St. Catharines Flea Market Space), August-November 2019
  • “Once More, With Feeling (10-year retrospective) – University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Waterloo, ON – January 10, 2019–March 2, 2019
  • "The Hand of Craft” (site-specific installation) – The Cotton Factory, Hamilton, ON – November 3 – December 2, 2017
  • “Domestic Brew: Craft Beer Garden” (billboard installation) – Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, ON – May 2017 – May 2018
  • “Domestic Brew: 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” (installation) – Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, ON – August – September 2017
  • “Hand of Craft” – Cotton Factory, Hamilton, ON – confirmed and fully supported exhibition for April 2017
  • “Handmade Assembly” (lead English Paper Piecing Workshop & roundtable member) – Struts, Faucet, & Owens Galleries, Sackville, NB – October 19 – 22, 2016
  • “Frost” – (diptcyh & macaroni portrait) – The Cotton Factory, Hamilton, ON – November 7, 2015
  • “What’s Cookin’?” (solo show) – The Artists Newstand, Toronto, ON – October 6 – 16, 2015


  • “Locke’s Mythical Thinking: Metempsychosis in the Theory of Personal Identity,” ELH 86.4 (2020): 919-940.
  • “Samuel Richardson: Pamela and the Modern Individual,” Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Literature, eds. Ken Seigneurie, et al. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2020)
  • “Fiction,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies, eds. Mona Baker and Gabriela Saldanha, 3rd ed. (Routledge, 2019)
  • “Contemporary Transnational Reception,” Samuel Richardson in Context, eds. Peter Sabor and Betty Schellenberg, (Cambridge UP, 2017).
  • Co-editor, Mind, Body, Motion, Matter: Eighteenth-Century British and French Literary Perspectives (University of Toronto Press, 2016)
  • “Rethinking Superstition: Pagan Ritual in Lafitau’s Moeurs des sauvages” in Alison Conway and Mary Helen McMurran, eds., Philosophical Turns: Eighteenth-Century Literature and Thought (University of Toronto Press, 2016)


  • Founded an online anthology Watch Your Head in September 2019. A print anthology is forthcoming from Coach House Books in 2020.


  • "The Ultimate Writing Tips Post," Open Book, Nonfiction, July 31, 2019


  • "I Won't Clean the Tub," Geist Magazine, Issue 109, Vancouver, BC, Fall 2018
  • 6 Poems, Lemon Hound, March 15, 2018
  • "Skipping" and "The Past and the Future," COG, March 1, 2018
  • "The Daughter" and "A Laugh," Minola Review Print Anthology, March 2018
  • "The Job Interview: A Murder," Danforth Review, September 10, 2017
  • "Two Women on a Beach," Entropy Magazine, May 10, 2017
  • "Sit Down Beside Megan," Cosmonauts Avenue, 2nd Anniversary Issue, November 15, 2016
  • "All Side Effects, No Relief," Pac'n Heat, Fall 2016
  • "The Estrangement," Room, Issue 39.2, 2016


  • "Raccoons Have Poor Impulse Control," Poetry, This Magazine, May, 2019
  • "Water," The Puritan, Issue 41: Spring 2018, June 12, 2018
  • "Question," Bad Nudes 3.2, May 4, 2018
  • “Some Theories,” a collaboration between David Poolman and Kathryn Mockler, 2017
  • "Children," "I Shit Here," "Date Night," and "The Swap," Dreamland, February 2017
  • "Untitled," 2017 Inaugural Poem, Ed. Stuart Ross, December 8, 2016
  • "The House Fire" and "The Sunburn," Public Pool, USA, August 25, 2016
  • "The Daughter" and "A Laugh," Minola Review: Issue 5, Toronto, ON, July 31, 2016


  • Kyla Kaplan-Chinard reviews The Purpose Pitch in Lemon Hound, March 15, 2018
  • Jonathan Ball, The Winnipeg Free Press, November 25, 2017, reviews my book Some Theories
  • Carl Watts, Canadian Literature, January 5, 2017, reviews my book The Purpose Pitch


  • “From Piccolomini to Sandford: Contextualizing Irony in ‘The Originall of Herawldes’.” Modern Philology 118.3 (2021): 418-31. 
  • Moll, Richard. “Pasiphaë in William Caxton’s Booke of Ovyde and Jean de Courcy’s Bouquechardière.” English Studies 100.1 (2019): 1-9.
  • Carlton, David and Richard Moll. “The Arundel Coronacio Arthuri: A Middle English Sword in the Stone Story from London, College of Arms MS Arundel 58.” Arthurian Literature 34 (2017): 130-61.
  • A Heraldic Miscellany: Fifteenth Century Treatises on Blazon and the Office of Arms in English and Scots. Ed. Richard J. Moll. Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2018.
  • Moll, Richard J. “William Caxton, The Booke of Ovyde Named Methamorphose.” In Colard Mansion: Incunabula, Prints and Manuscripts in Medieval Bruges. Eds. Evelien Hauwaerts, Evelien de Wilde and Ludo Vandamme. (Bruges: Snoeck, 2018). Pp. 214-15.
  • “A New Look at an Old Reading: William Shakespeare’s SONNET 18.” Explicator 75.2 (2017): 135-7.
  • “Albion (origin myth).” In The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Ed. Sîan Echard et al. (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017), 35-6.
  • “Heraldic Literature.” In The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain Ed. Sîan Echard et al. (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017), 993-5.
  • Erica Leighton and Mario Longtin, "‘L’exemple des angres / Þe exempil of angellis’: A French Tract on Heraldry and its Scots Translation," Nottingham Medieval Studies 59 (2015): 113-156.
  • With Erica Leighton and Mario Longtin.  “‘L’exemple des angres / Þe exempil of angellis’: A French tract on heraldry and its Scots translation.”  Nottingham Medieval Studies 59 (2015): 113-156.  (60% contribution)
    With Mario Longtin.  “La farce du Poulier à six personnages (The Farce of the Chicken Coop for Six Characters) BnF Ms. fr. 24341 (ff. 132v-144v).”  Romard 54 (2015): 99-169. (40% contribution)


  • "An Intellectual History of African Literary Studies." Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry 4.2 (2017): 296-306.
  • “Queer Prolepsis and the Sexual Commons: An Introduction.” Research in African Literatures 47. 2 (Summer 2016): vii-xxiii.
  • “Micro-politics of Buttocks: The Queer Intimacies of Chinua Achebe.” Research in African Literatures 47. 2 (Summer 2016): 162-185.
  • “Slavery, Death, and the Village: Localizing Imperatives of Nigerian Writing”. University of Toronto Quarterly, 84.4 (Fall 2015): 131:152
  • Hostile Witnesses and Queer Life in Kenyan Prison Writing. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. (2015): 1- 15


  • 2017.“Something Invisible Finding a Form: Feeling History in Michael Ondaatje’s Coming Through Slaughter.” Studies in Canadian Literature/ELC 41.2 (2016): 157-76.


 Essay Collection:
  • Co-Editor, The Many Façades of Edith Sitwell (University P of Florida, 2017)  
  • “A Pinch of Inquisitive Pleasure”: Wyndham Lewis, the Great War, and Military Surveillance in Aviation in the Literature and Culture of Interwar Britain; Editors: Michael McCluskey and Luke Seaber. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020: 25-41. 
  • “Monster Cupid”: Brophy, Camp, and The Snow Ball in Brigid Brophy: Avant-garde Writer, Critic, Activist. Editors: Gerri Kimber and Richard Canning. Edinburgh University Press, 2020: 193-209. 
  • Co-Author, "Introduction" The Many Façades of Edith Sitwell University P of Florida (2017): 1-20.
  • “'Sunshades will usurp their space': Edith Sitwell, Sacheverell Sitwell, and the Dreaming Clowns of Melancholy" The Many Façades of Edith Sitwell. University P of Florida (2017): 75-93.
  • “Dispersed Are We: Voice as Technology in Between the Acts,” Virginia Woolf Miscellany, 85.1 (Spring 2016): 23-25.
  • “Jigging away in nothingness”: Knowledge, Language, and Feminine Jouissance in “Bliss” and “Psychology,” Katherine Mansfield and Psychology, Eds. Clare Hanson, Gerri Kimber, W. Todd Martin. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U P (September 2016): 100-112.
  • “Like Chasing a Scrap of Paper": Hysterical Detection in The Good Soldier," Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier, Ed. Rossitsa Terzieva-Artemis Amsterdam: Brill Rodopi (2017): 175-90.
  • “Paris hints of sacrifice”: Necropolitan Aesthetics in Tarr. The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies 9 (2018): 1-23. 



  • Plug, Jan. “They Have All Been Healed: Reading Robert Walser” Northwestern University Press. 2016.

Books Edited:

  • Werner Hamacher, On the Brink: Language, Time, History, Politics (London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2020).

Book Translations:

  • Peter Szendy, The Supermarket of the Visible: Toward a General Economy of Images (New York: Fordham University Press, 2019).
  • Peter Szendy, Of Stigmatology: Punctuation as Experience (New York: Fordham University Press, 2018).
  • The Supermarket of the Visible: Toward a General Economy of the Image, by Peter Szendy (Fordham University Press, 2019).
  • Stigmatology: Punctuation as Experience, by Peter Szendy (Fordham University Press, 2018).

RUSSELL POOLE (Professor Emeritus)

  • "Adaptations of English Rhetoric: The Example of Sigvatr Þórðarson." In Æthelred II and Cnut the Great, ed. Richard North, Erin Goeres and Alison Finlay. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications.
  • “Íslendingasǫgur – A Case study. Vatnsdœla saga.” In Critical Companion to Old-Norse Icelandic Literary Genre, ed. Massimiliano Bampi, Carolyne Larrington, and Sif Rikharðsdóttir, Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer.
  • “The Danish tongue on skaldic lips.” In Sainthood, Scriptoria, and Secular Erudition of Medieval and Early Modern Scandinavia: Festschrift for Kirsten Wolf, ed. Dario Bullitta and Natalie Van Deusen. Turnhout: Brepols.
  • 2019. “Nuces scaldicae: the hazelnut stanza in Gísla saga Súrssonar”, New Norse Studies 1.
  • 2019. "The sentential turn in Sigvatr." In Proverbia Septentrionalia: Essays on Proverbs in Medieval Scandinavian and English Literature, ed. Michael Cichon and Yin Liu. Tempe, AZ: ACMRS. Pp. 119-38.
  • 2018. "The Dream of the Rood lines 125b-126a." Notes and Queries, 65.2: 159-61.
  • 2018. “Conspicuous Mediality in a Medieval Poem: the case of Merlínússpá." In RE:writing. Medial perspectives on textual culture in the Icelandic Middle Ages, ed. Kate Heslop and Jürg Glauser. Medienwandel Medienwechsel Medienwissen 29. Zürich: Chronos. Pp. 265-83.
  • 2018. “Skalds.” In Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies. Interdisciplinary Approaches, Vol. 1, ed. Jürg Glauser, Pernille Hermann, and Stephen A. Mitchell. Berlin: de Gruyter. Pp. 641-45.
  • 2018. "The Textual Tradition of Gunnlaugr Leifsson's Merlínusspá." In L' Historia regum Britannie de Geoffroy de Monmouth et les « Bruts » en Europe, 2: production, circulation et réception des textes et des manuscrits (XIIe au XVIe siècle), ed. H. Tétrel and G. Veysseyre. Paris: Classiques Garnier. Pp. 195-224.
  • 2016. “Pleasure in the gold cup: a skaldic affirmation?” In Frederic Amory in Memoriam. Old Norse-Icelandic studies. Ed. John Lindow and George Clark. Wildcat Canyon Advanced Seminars, Occasional Monographs, 2. Berkeley: Wildcat Canyon Advanced Seminars, 44-68. (Essay)
  • 2016. “Identity Poetics among the Icelandic Skalds.” In New Norse Studies. Essays on the Literature and Culture of Medieval Scandinavia. Islandica 58. Ed. Jeff Turco. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Pp. 143-84. (Article)
  • 2016. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 11 (2015). (Edited journal)
  • 2015. Egil, the Viking Poet. New approaches to Egil’s Saga. Ed. L. De Looze, Jón K. Helgason, R. Poole, and Torfi H. Tulinius. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (Co-edited book)
  • 2015. “Egil, the Viking Poet. New approaches to Egil’s Saga.” In Egil, the Viking Poet. New approaches to Egil’s Saga. Ed. L. De Looze, Jón K. Helgason, R. Poole, and Torfi H. Tulinius. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 3-20. (Essay)
  • Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 10 (2014). (Edited journal)
  • “Autobiographical Memory in medieval Scandinavia and amongst the Kievan Rus’.” In Minni and Muninn. Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture. Ed. Pernille Hermann, Agnes Arnórsdóttir, and Stephen Mitchell. Turnholt: Brepols. Pp. 109-29.
  • “Gunnlaugr Leifsson’s uses in Merlínússpá of twelfth-century English sources additional to the De gestis Britonum of Geoffrey of Monmouth”, in Eddic, Skaldic, and Beyond: Poetic Variety in Medieval
  • Iceland and Norway, ed. Martin Chase. New York: Fordham University Press. Pp. 16-30.


  • Purkis, James. Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama Canon, Collaboration and Text. Cambridge University Press. June 2016.



  • Tilottama Rajan and Joel Faflak (ed). William Bake: Modernity and Disaster. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. Pp. 328.
  • Tilottama Rajan and Antonio Calcagno (eds). Roberto Esposito: New Directions in Biophilosophy. Edinburgh University Press, 2021. Pp. viii + 278.
  • William Godwin, Mandeville: A Tale of the Seventeenth Century in England. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2015. Pp. 526. [includes Introduction of 36pp., notes, appendices]

Special Issues edited:

  • (ed. with Sean J. McGrath), “Schelling After Theory,”  Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 19:1 (2015): 1-197.

Articles in Journals and Book Collections:

  • “The Asystasy of the Life Sciences: Schelling, Hunter, and British Idealism,” Kabiri: The Official Journal of the North American Schelling Society 1 (2018): 47-68.
  • “Blake, Hegel, and the Sciences,” The Wordsworth Circle 50:1 (2019): 20-35.
  • “Immunitary Foreclosures: Schelling and British Idealism,” Schelling’s Afterlives. Special double issue of International Journal of Philosophy and Theology, ed. Daniel Whistler and Johannes Zachuber. Vol. 80.1-2 (2019): 39-56.
  • “Incorporations: The Gothic and Deconstruction,” The Gothic and Theory: An Edinburgh Companion. Ed. Jerrold Hogle and Robert Miles. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019. 220-39.
  • “System, Myth, Symbol: The Lambeth Books,” Blake in Context, ed. Sarah Haggarty. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 155-62, 353-4.
  • “Godwin’s Fleetwood and the Persistence of Dissensus,” The Politics of Romanticism. Ed. Pascal Fischer and Christoph Houswitschka. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2019. 91-105.
  • “Godwin’s Irritability: the Stalled Work of the Negative in Fleetwood.” European Romantic Review 2019 (30:4): 383-401.
  • “Sophia Lee’s The Recess and the Epistemology of the Counterfactual,” Counterfactual Romanticisms. Ed. Damian Walford Davies. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019. 107-28.
  • “Against Institution.” Special issue on Institutions. Ed. Peter Logan. Symploke 27:1-2 (Dec. 2019): 427-33.
  • “Elements of Life: Editing and Arranging the Work of John Hunter.” Studies in Romanticism 59 (Spring 2020): 133-59.
  • (with Joel Faflak). “Introduction: From Prophecy to Disaster,” William Blake: Modernity and Disaster. Ed. Rajan and Faflak. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 3-29.
  • “System(s), Body, Corpus: The autogenesis of Blake’s Lambeth Books,” William Blake: Modernity and Disaster. Ed. Rajan and Faflak. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 54-76.
  • (ed.). Romanticism and the Rights of the Negative. Special issue of Romantic Praxis (June 2017). 
“Sophia Lee’s Baroque Narratology: The Recess and the (Dis)simulation of the Real.” Narratives of Romanticism. Ed. Sandra Heinen and Katharina Rennhak. Trier: Wisssenchsftlicher Verlag, 2017. 123-35.

  • “‘Something Not Yet Made Good’: The Tropology of the Negative in Godwin’s Mandeville.” Romanticism and the Rights of the Negative. Ed. Tilottama Rajan, Special issue of Romantic Praxis (June 2017). [25 paragraphs; 8012 words].

  • “Introduction.” Romanticism and the Rights of the Negative. Ed. Tilottama Rajan, Special issue of Romantic Praxis (2017). [9 paragraphs; 3309 words]
  • "Evolution and its Resistances: Transferences Between Disciplines in Hegel's and Schelling's Systems." Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 19:1 (2015): 153-175.
  • (with Sean J. McGrath), “Introduction: Schelling After Theory.” Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 19:1 (2015): 1-12.
  • "Blake’s Body Without Organs: The Autogenesis of the System in the Lambeth Books.” European Romantic Review 26:3 (2015): 357-66.
  • "Smooth and Tangled Systems: Philosophy as Metadiscipline in German Idealism.” Romanticism and the Philosophical Tradition. Ed. Thomas Constantinesco and Sophie Laniel-Musitelli. Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 2015. 19-43.
  • "Smooth and Tangled Systems: Philosophy as Metadiscipline in German Idealism.” Romanticism and Knowledge. Ed. Stefanie Fricke, Felicitas Meifert-Meinhard, Katharina Pink. Trier: Wisssenchsftlicher Verlag, 2015. 37-54. 
  • "The Gothic Matrix: Shelley Between the Symbolic and Romantic.” Percy Shelley and the Delimitation of the Gothic. Ed. David Brookshire. Romantic Praxis (November 2015). [27 paragraphs; 8263 words].
  • "Unspacing: The Architecture of Poetry in Shelley’s Alastor and Keats’ The Fall of Hyperion.” SEL: Studies in English Literature 55:4 (2015): 787-816.
  • "Models for Systems in Idealist Encyclopedics: The Circle, the Line and The Body.” Romantic Systems. Ed. Mark Canuel. Romantic Praxis (March 2016). [44 paragraphs; 15,120 words]


  • Money.” Cambridge Companion to William Blake, ed. Sarah Heggarty. Cambridge UP (2019). 3000 words


Book chapters:

  • “Broken Singularities (Derrida and Celan),” After Derrida. Ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté. 111-125. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
  • “Modernist Planets and Planetary Modernism,” Modernism and the Anthropocene. Eds. Jon Hegglund and John McIntyre. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, (forthcoming 2019).
  • “After Deconstruction? The Challenge of Malabou’s Plastic Biohistory,” Thinking Catherine Malabou: Passionate Detachments. Eds. Thomas Wormald and Isabell Dahms. 143-160. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.
  • “Towards a Conceptual Ecopoetics,” Ecopoetics: Essays in the Field. Eds. Angela Hume and Gillian Osborne. 208-227. University of Iowa Press, 2018.


  • The Ecology of Modernism: American Environments and Avant–Garde Poetics (University of Alabama Press, October 15 2015).
  • “Broken Singularities (Derrida and Celan),” After Derrida. Ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté. 111-125. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
  • “After Deconstruction? The Challenge of Malabou’s Plastic Biohistory,” Thinking Catherine Malabou: Passionate Detachments. Eds. Thomas Wormald and Isabell Dahms. 143-160. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.
  • “Towards a Conceptual Ecopoetics,” Ecopoetics: Essays in the Field. Eds. Angela Hume and Gillian Osborne. 208-227. University of Iowa Press, 2018.


  • Pity and Poetics in Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women” PMLA, Volume 130, Number 5, October 2015, pp. 1302–1317 (16).


  • “Asemic Writing: Backwards into the Future” Marshall McLuhan and Vilém Flusser’s Communication and Aesthetic Theories Revisited, ed. Melentie Pandilovski and Tom Kohut (Winnipeg: Videopool, 2015). 183-202


  • eds.) Bridging the Gaps Between Celebrity and Media, Waterhill Publishing. February 2016
  • “The Power of Celebrity Culture and its Response to Rape and Sexual Violence against Women in Post- 2012 India.” Bridging the Gaps Between Celebrity and Media, Waterhill Publishing. (February 2016)


  • Theatre and Performance in the Neoliberal University: Responses to an Academy in Crisis. Ed. Kim Solga. London: Routledge, 2020.
  • “Ethics: The challenge of practicing (and not just representing) diversity at the Stratford Festival of Canada.” With Erin Julian. The Arden Research Handbook to Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance, ed. Kathryn Prince and Peter Kirwan. London: Bloomsbury, 2020. 192-210.
  • Theory for Theatre Studies: Space, Bloomsbury, February 2019.
  • Theatre & Feminism Kim Solga, Palgrave Macmillan, October 2015. 
  • “Taking the Measure of Nuit Blanche”, Canadian Theatre Review (issue 163, Summer 2015).
  • “Beatrice Joanna and the Rhetoric of Rape.” Vanguard Performance Beyond Left and Right. Ed. Kimberly Jannarone. Ann Arbor: U Michigan P, 2015. (Refereed)
  • “Playing The Changeling Architecturally.” Performing Environments: Site Specificity in Medieval & Early Modern English Drama. Ed. Susan Bennett and Mary Polito. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2014. 56-76. (Refereed)
  • “Meet Me at the Border: Theatre Replacement’s BIOBOXES.” Theatres of Affect. Ed. Erin Hurley. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2014. 171-91. (Not refereed)
  • “What Are You Reading?” Invited Review Essay. Featuring reviews of Crary, 24/7; Berlant, Cruel Optimism, and Harvie, Fair Play. Theatre Survey 55.3 (2014): 393-7.
  • “What Feminists Do Ruff.” Rev. of Ruff, by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver. Performance Research 18.6 (2014): 135-7.


  • Practices of Surprise in American Literature After Emerson, Cambridge University Press, 2018.
  • “Unrarified Air: Alfred Stieglitz and the Modernism of Equivalence,” Modernism/modernity (January 2019).
  • “Affects and Emotions: James, Dewey, Tomkins, Damasio, Massumi, Spinoza,” The Palgrave Handbook of Affect Studies and Textual Criticism, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
  • “Pragmatism and Pedagogy: The Disciplinary Legacy of Hum 6.” Modernism/modernity Print+ (December 2017).
  • “Through Emerson’s Eye: The Practice of Perception in Proust,” American Literary History 28.3 (Fall 2016): 455-483.
  • “Habits of Modernism,” Criticism 56.4 (Fall 2014): 853-60.
  • “Henry James’s Syntax of Surprise,” Henry James Review 34.1 (Winter 2013): 16-32.
  • “William James,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism (2014).



Book chapter:

  • “The Capacious Medievalisms of Henry Bosworth Longfellow” Studies in Medievalism. Accepted for publication in 2018, but by request of editor postponed to 2019. 9500 words. Proofs December 2019.
  • “The European Psalms in Translation,” in A Companion to Medieval Translation. ed. Jeanette Beer. ARC Humanities Press, 2019.  Pp. 13-21.


  • “Joseph Bosworth and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Fellow Anglo-Saxonists?”  Notes and Queries 65.3 (September 2018): 292-295.
  • “Across the Cerulean Sea: Woman on Water?” My Wandering Uterus: Tales of Traveling while female. Ed. K.A. Laity. (Columbia, SC:  A Women’s League of Ale Drinkers Book, 2018): 321-44.

Book review:

  • Leonard Neidorf, The Transmission of Beowulf: Language, Culture, and Scribal Behavior. Ithaca:  Cornell UP, 2017. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 117.4 (October 2018):  533-36.


  • Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism, (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2016)


  • Wakeham, Pauline. “Outsourcing Reconciliation: Indigenous and Northern Affairs’#IndigenousReads Campaign and the Appropriation of Indigenous Intellectual Labour.” SAIL: Studies in American Indian Literatures, vol. 31, no. 1-2, Spring/Summer 2019, pp. 1-30.



  • Where Word Breaks Off: The Literature of Exclusion, Artificial Intelligence Narrative, and Modernism’s Möbius Strip. Transforming Literary Studies Series. Lexington Books. Forthcoming. (2020).

Book Chapters:

  • “INTRODUCTION: Swarm Annihilation and Supermodern Transcendence: Chaotics and the Glitch Poetics of Kenji Siratori.” Transcendental Systems by Kenji Siratori. Osaka: Anonymous Zone, (Summer 2020). 
  • “Liability without Persistence, without Change.” Alienist Manifesto. May 2020. 
  • “Coping with Zero to a Million Decimals: Mike Bonsall’s J.G. Ballard TwitterBots and Procedural Psychopathology.” Deep Ends: The J.G. Ballard Anthology 2019. Ed. Rick McGrath. The Terminal Press. (Fall 2019)


  • “Nodding-Off from the Anthropocene: Picnolepsy and Rehearing Disappearance in Space Exotica.” Paradoxa 31. (Summer 2020). 123-144.  
  • “Babelian Act of Fecundity.” James Joyce Quarterly. Vol. 55.3-4. (2020). 349-368. 
  • “The Engineer and Architect of Cyberpunk Cut-up Music: Iannis Xenakis’ Granular Synthesis.” Cyberpunk Research Network. (Fall 2020).
  • Wenaus, Andrew and Christina Willatt. “Data Signifies Nothing: Granular Synthesis and the Algorithmic Poetics of Impersonality. Canadian Review of American Studies. Special Issue: Uncertain Futures. Forthcoming. 
  • “Babelian Act of Fecundity.” James Joyce Quarterly. (2018).
  • “‘Zero, zero, and zero’: Beckett’s Endgame, Automation, and Zero-Player Games.” Chiasma 4. (2017): 74-103.  
  • “Mechanized Bodies, Human and Heavenly: Melancholia and Thinking Extinction.” ESC: English Studies in Canada 42.1. (2016): 133-163.
  • Wenaus, Andrew. "Satire, Anxiety, and Prospect in The Caterer." Steve Aylett: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bill Ectric and D. Harlan Wilson, Sein und Werden, 2016, pp. 85-106.
  • Wenaus, Andrew. "Built for Man's Absence: The Speculative Turn and J.G. Ballard's Extro-Science Fiction." Deep Ends: The J.G. Ballard Anthology 2016. Ed. Rick McGrath, The Terminal Press, 2016, pp. 188-195.
  • monstrorum artifex: Uncanny Narrative Contexture and Narcissism in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray.”  The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies. Issue 13 (2014): 57-76.
  • Anxiety in Stereo: Les Baxter’s Space Escapade, Armchair Tourism, Polar Inertia, and Being-in-a-World.”  Journal of Popular Music Studies 26.4 (2014): 488-506.

Book reviews:

  • Speculative Realism and Science Fiction. Brian Willems. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2017. 208 pp. 978-1474422703. Extrapolation 60.1 (Winter 2019).
  • “Preliminaries of Repair.” Germany: A Science Fiction. Laurence A. Rickels. Fort Wayne: Anti-Oedipus Press, 2015. 269 pp. ISBN 9780989239189. Extrapolation 56.2 (2015).



  • European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, June 2015), co-edited with Tobias Nagl , 416 pp.
  • “Towards a Politics of Scale,” with Tobias Nagl, in Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl, eds. European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2015), 9-40.
  • “Veit Helmer’s Tuvalu, Cinema Babel and the (Dis)Location of Europe,” with Tobias Nagl, in Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl, eds. European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2015), 333-348.
  • “The Archival Impulse and the Digitization of European Film History: The European Film Gateway Project,” with Thomas Ballhausen in Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl ed. European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015), 151-172.


Books Edited:

  • Small cinemas in Global Markets. Genres, Identities, Narratives. Eds. Lenuta Giukin, Janina Falkowska, David Desser, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2015.

Chapters in Books:

  • “Small Cinemas within a Big Cinema: The Cinema of the Abject and the Cinema of Capitalist Fantasy in Poland.” In European Visions. Small Cinemas in Transition ed. By Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl, Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2015.

Articles in Refereed Journals:

  • “Pocalunek smierci. Przestrzen Pozakadrowa w filmach Michaela Haneke, Andrieja Sokurowa oraz Andrzeja Wajdy.” Kwartalnik Filmowy 87-88 (2014), Rocznik: XXXVI (jesień-zima 2014)
  • Film i teatr. Wydawca: Instytut Sztuki PAN, Stowarzyszenie Liber Pro Arte
  • PL ISSN 0452-9502 Indeks 336246, 217-232.
  • “Michael Haneke. Mourning and Melancholia in European Cinema” in “Media-Kultura-Komunikacja Spoleczna” (Media-Culture-Social Communication) Olsztyn. University Warmińsko-Mazurski, Poland, 2015.
  • The voices of death in Andrzej Wajda’s film Tatarak (Sweet Rush, 2009) In Studies in European Cinema, Eds. Owen Evans and Graeme Harper, Intellect Ltd., Francis and Taylor online2015. DOI: 10.1080/17411548.2015.1065107
  • “Canadian Cinema(s).” The Routledge Companion to World Cinema.Eds., Rob Stone, Paul Cooke, Stephanie Dennison, Jonathan Driskell, Alex Marlow-Mann,London and New York: Routledge, 2017: 237-251
  • Gittings, Christopher E. “Indigenous Canadian Cinemas: Negotiating the Precarious.” The Precarious in the Cinemas of the Americas. Eds., Constanza Burucúa and Carolina Sitnitsky, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018: 221-244.



  • European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015), co-edited with Janelle Blankenship

Chapters in books:

  • "The Afterlife of Stuart Hall. Why Hall?," in Dagmar Brunow (ed.), Stuart Hall: Aktivismus, Pop und Politik (Mainz: Ventil Verlag, 2015).
  • "Introduction: Towards a Politics of Scale" (with Janelle Blankenship) in: Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl, (eds.), European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015)
  • "Veit Helmer's Tuvalu, Cinema Babel and the (Dis-)Location of Europe" (with Janelle Blankenship), in: Janelle Blankenship and Tobias Nagl, (eds.), European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition (Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015)
  • "Policing Race: Postcolonial Critique, Censorship and Regulatory Responses to the Cinema in Weimar Film Culture," in: Malte Hagener (ed.), The Emergence of Film Culture: Knowlege Production, Institution Building, and the Fate of the Avant-garde in Europe, 1919-1945 (Oxford/New York: Berghahn, 2014)
  • 2018: "'You Can't Replace Gone With the Wind with Chūshingura': China Nights and occupied film culture in wartime Shanghai," Film History 30.2
  • 2018 Book Review: Marc Steinberg and Alexander Zahlten, Media Theory in Japan, (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2017) in Critical Inquiry
  • 2018: " A New Form of Silent Cinema: Intertitles and Interlocution in Ozu Yasujiro's Late Silent Films" in Jinhee Choi (Ed.), Reorienting Ozu: The Cinema of Ozu and His Influence (Oxford UP)
  • 2016: "Kayō eiga to media mix" [Popular Song Films and the Media Mix] in New Vistas: Japanese Studies for the Next Generation (Kyoto: Nichibunken, 2016)