Islands in the Aether Ocean: Narratives of Biodiversity on Earth and Beyond (University of Virginia Press).
“The Push and Pull of Digital Humanities.” (Digital Humanities Quarterly).
“Parallel and Soft Representations of Climate Change.” (Electronic Book Review).
Peer Reviewed Publications (Sole Authored Unless Otherwise Noted):
“Islands in the Aether Ocean: Speculative Ecosystems in Science Fiction.” Contemporary Literature 59(2): 232-60 (2018).
"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 34(3): 162-87 (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).