“‘Thoughts the Body Thought’: Walden as Somasthetic Experiment,” co-authored with Laura Dassow Walls, The Oxford Handbook of Henry David Thoreau, Edited by Kristen Case and James Finley, OUP, Forthcoming

“‘The Willing Servants of Human Good’: John Dewey, Humanism, and the Value of Science,” Science and Humanism, edited by Anjan Chakravartty (Expected 2024)

“Epistemic Oppression and Affective Exclusion: A Pragmatist Approach,” Passion: Journal of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotion, Forthcoming (2023). web

“Disgust, Antebellum Vegetarianism, and the Human Animal in Thoreau’s ‘Higher Laws’.” Arizona Quarterly, vol. 78, no. 1. 2022, pp.51-79. web

“Pragmatist Feminist Utopias: Gilman, Mead, and the Problem of Choice.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, vol. 37, no. 1, 2022, pp.76-96. web

“Jack London’s Poetic Animality and the Problem of Domestication.” Journal of Modern Literature, vol. 45, no.1, 2021, pp. 40-55. web

“Rethinking Wilderness: Wendell Berry, Philip K. Dick, and the Absence of the Wild.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment, isaa184October 2020. web

“The (Non)Modern Imagination of a Noisy Williams.” William Carlos Williams Review, vol. 34, no. 1, 2017, pp. 64-92. web



“Discomfort, Self-Focused Projection, and Caring About Animals”

“Disgust, Our Moral Lives, and Ourselves”

“William James’ Emotion Theory: A Century of Misunderstanding Revisited”

“Psychological Oppression, Affective Resistance, and Subjective Well Being”

“‘All Good Things are Wild and Free’: Poetry and the Value of Wildness”

“Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, and Mental Illness: Insights from a Humanist Anthropology” 

“From the Work of Nature to the Work of Culture: Tracking Emerson, Dewey, and the Dual Nature of Art”

“Pragmatism, Gender-Based Oppression, and the Economy of Romantic Love”

“Aesthetic Disgust”

Valuing the Lives of Animals (book project)