"Science and Medicine," Whitman in Context, eds. Joanna Levin and Edward Whitley (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).
“A Cultural Echo: Walt Whitman and America Today.” Northerly (April 2017): 10-11. Shortly after the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, I was interviewed by Northerly editor Barnaby Smith for this feature article on how and why we read Whitman in the aftermath of Trump.
"The Afterlives of Specimens: Walt Whitman and the Army Medical Museum,"The Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 32 (2014): 1-35.
"The Abyss of a Wound': Elegiac Shamanism in Alice Notley's Alma, or the Dead Women," Journal of Poetics Research 2 (2015).
"Unburied Trauma and the Exhumation of History: An American Genealogy," Trauma and Public Memory, eds. Jane Goodall and Christopher Lee (London: Palgrave Memory Studies Series, 2015) 131-147.
"The Haunting of Unburial: Mourning the Unknown in Whitman's America," Re-Reading Derrida: Perspectives on Mourning and its Hospitalities, eds. Judith Seaboyer and Tony Thwaites (Plymouth: Lexington, 2013) 61-75.
"Encrypting Katrina: Traumatic Inscription and the Architecture of Amnesia," (In)visible Culture: The Cultural Visualization of Hurricane Katrina 16 (2011).
"Specimens of Unworldliness': Walt Whitman and the Civil War," Remaking Literary History, eds. Helen Groth and Paul Sheehan (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2010) 143-156.
"A love so fugitive and so complete': Recovering the Queer Subtext of Claude McKay's Harlem Shadows," The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945 4.1 (2008) 63-81.