Keywords for Today: A 21st Century Vocabulary. The Keywords Project. Ed. Colin MacCabe
and Holly Yanacek. Oxford University Press, October 1, 2018.
Refereed Scholarly Articles
“Fighting Fascism through Theater: Defining a Socialist Humanist Aesthetic in Willi Bredel's
Die Enkel (1953).” Forthcoming in Monatshefte 112.1 (Spring 2020).
“Nasty Women: Female Anger as Moral Judgment in Fontane’s Grete Minde and Effi Briest.”
Book chapter in Fontane in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. John B. Lyon and Brian Tucker. Camden House. April 2019.
“Investigating the Unexplained: Paranormal Belief and Perception in Kleist’s ‘Die heilige
Cäcilie’ and ‘Das Bettelweib von Locarno.’” Colloquia Germanica 45.2 (2012): 163-178. http://www.narr-shop.de/zeitschriften-und-jahrbuecher/colloquia-germanica.html Published on August 19, 2015.
“The Symbol.” English translation of Friedrich Theodor Vischer’s philosophical treatise
“Das Symbol”(1887). Art in Translation 7.4 (February 2016): 417-448. Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis Online.
Refereed Web-Based Publications
“Well-being.” Keywords Project. University of Pittsburgh, Jesus College, University of
Cambridge, and Critical Quarterly. July 2016. http://keywords.pitt.edu/
“Empathy.” Keywords Project. University of Pittsburgh, Jesus College, University of
Cambridge, and Critical Quarterly. April 2014.
“Emotion.” Keywords Project. University of Pittsburgh, Jesus College, University of
Cambridge, and Critical Quarterly. January 2014.
“Mobilizing Disgust and Compassion: Elpis Melena's Gemma; oder, Tugend und
Laster (1877) and the Anti-Vivisection Movement.” Accepted for publication in German Life and Letters.
Manuscripts in Preparation
“Rethinking Feeling: Nietzsche, Emotion, and German Literature around 1900.” Book project
with chapters on the Nietzsche's Also sprach Zarathustra, Theodor Fontane’s Effi Briest, Lou Andreas-Salomé’s Fenitschka, and Thomas Mann’s Buddenbrooks.
“Feeling beyond the Human: Animals, AI, and Machines in Modern German Cultural
History.” Co-edited volume (with Derek Hillard and Erika Quinn) on the affective relationships between humans and non-humans in modern German history and culture.
“Benevolent Bots: Human-Robot Friendship and Empathy in German Children's Literature.”