Between the Union and the Police: Railway Labor, Race and Gender in the British Empire, 1848-1928. (In Preparation)
“Injury and Improvement Along the Lines: Gaskell’s Cranford and the Responsibilization of Railway Widows in Britain, 1846-1853.” (In Preparation)
"The Firing at Bamangachi: Race, Space, and the Conditions of Repression along Colonial Indian Railways," in Radical History Review 133, “Militarism and Capitalism.” (Invited to Submit.)
“Certificates of Live Birth and Dead Names: On the Subject of Recent Anti-Trans Legislation,” in South Atlantic Quarterly 116:3 (July 2017), 621-631.
The Wooden Brain: Organizing Untimeliness Marx’s Capital,” in Mediations 30:3 (Fall 2017).
2 “Looting: A Colonial Genealogy of the Contemporary Idea,” in Postmodern Culture 27:1 (September 2016).
Review of Joshua Clover, Riot. Strike. Riot. (London: Verso, 2016), for Viewpoint Magazine (September 2016).
“Infrastructures of Injury,” in LIES: A Journal of Materialist Feminism, 2 (August 2015), 117-137.
Review of Phil Tiemeyer: Plane Queer: Labor, Sexuality, and AIDS in the History of Male Flight Attendants (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2013), for Labor Notes (October 2013).
“States of Indebtedness: Care Work in the Struggle Against Educational Privatization,” in South Atlantic Quarterly, 110.2 (Spring 2011), 546-552.