“One of your little pop culture references”: Argument, Intertextuality, and Literary Affordance
in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fanfiction. Slayage: The Online International Journal of Whedonstudies.
Paper Accepted. Anticipated publication 2018.
“A GIF for Everything: The Rhetorical Affordance of GIFs by Tumblr’s Supernatural Fandom.”
Transformative Works and Cultures, Special Issue: Tumblr and Fandom. Paper Accepted. Anticipated Publication June 2018.
“The ‘EuroSlayage’ Conference Report.” Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffystudies, vol. 14,
no. 2, Summer 2016.
Co-authored with Jay Bamber and Bethan Jones
“‘What the Geisha has gotten into you?’: Colorblindness, Orientalist Stereotypes, and the
Problem of Global Feminism in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight.” Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffystudies, vol. 12/13, no. 2/1, 2014/2015.
Finalist for the Whedon Studies Award (“Mr. Pointy”) for Outstanding Work in Whedon Studies
“Much Ado About Whedon: Report on the 6th Biennial Slayage Conference.” Slayage: The Online
International Journal of Buffystudies, vol. 12/13, no. 2/1, 2014/2015.
Co-authored with Masani McGee and Samira Nadkarni
“Staking Her Colonial Claim: Colonial Discourses, Assimilation, Soul-making, and Ass-kicking in
Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffystudies. vol. 9, no. 1, 2011.
“Buffy, Hamilton, and Jon Snow Go to Hogwarts: Literary Affordance and the Hogwarts Houses
and Interpretative Framework and Rhetorical Tool.” Fan Phenomena: Harry Potter, Fan Phenomena Series, Intellect. Chapter Accepted. Anticipated Publication 2019.
“Blackwater in the Battle Against Evil: The Moral Implications of Slayers as Hired Guns in Buffy
Season Nine and Angel and Faith Season Ten.” War in the Whedonverses. Ed. Ensley F. Guffey & Samira S. Nadkarni. Anticipated publication 2018.
“Angel and Faith Season Ten’s Journey into the Heart of Darkness: Intertextuality, Redemption,
and Rewriting (Neo)colonial Discourses in Lost and Found.”After the Avengers: From Joss Whedon’s Hottest, Newest Franchises to the Future of the Whedonverse. Ed. Valerie Estelle Frankel, SmartPop, 2015.