Peer Reviewed Publications (Sole Authored Unless Otherwise Noted)
"Kindles, Card Catalogs, and the Future of Libraries: A Collaborative Digital Humanities Project." Co-Authored with Anna Neatrour and Rebekah Cummings. Digital Library Perspectives. Special Issue: Digital Humanities--The Shifting Contexts. (Forthcoming August 2018).
"Seeing What’s Right in Front of Us: The Bone Clocks, Climate Change, and Human Attention." Humanities 7(1): 11 (2018).
“Does Disability Have a Place in Utopia? Cross-cultural Possibility in Melville’s Typee.” Disability and the Environment in American Literature: Toward an Ecosomatic Paradigm. Ed. Matthew Cella. Lexington Books, 2016.
“Confronting and Resolving Competing Values behind Conservation Objectives.” Co-authored with Daniel S. Karp, Chase D. Mendenhall, Luke Frishkoff, Peter M Kareiva, Paul R. Ehrlich, and Gretchen C. Daily. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 no. 35: 11132-11137 (2015).
“A Space for Justice: Messianic Time in the Graphs of Climate Change.” Environmental Humanities 5: 13-33 (2014).
“Awareness of Both Type 1 and 2 Errors in Climate Science and Assessment.” Co-authored with William Anderegg, Maxwell Boykoff, Gary Yohe, Terry Root. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95: 1445-1451 (2014). (Co-lead author).
“Infestation and Hydraulic Consequences of Induced Carbon Starvation.” Co-authored with William Anderegg. Plant Physiology. 159.4: 1866-1874 (2012).