Dead Matter: The Meaning of Iconic Corpses. University of Minnesota Press, 2015. Named a “new and noteworthy” book by Times Higher Education, January 18, 2016.
ACADEMIC ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
“Diana’s Rings: Fetishizing the Royal Couple” in Cobb and Ewen, eds. First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship, and Cultural Politics. New York: Bloomsbury Academic Press, forthcoming.
“An Iconography of the Flesh: How Corpses Mean as Matter.” communication + 1. Volume 2, Number 1 (Fall 2014). Lead article.
“An Absolutely Patient Action: The Translator as a Figure of Ethical Communication.” [sic]: A Journal of Literature, Culture, and Literary Translation. Year 2, Number 1, 12/2011. www.sic-journal.org.
“The Horror of Something to See: Celebrity ‘Vaginas’ as Prostheses” in Holmes and Negra, eds. In the Limelight and Under The Microscope: The Forms and Functions of Female Celebrity, Continuum, 2011.