"Can assessment-specific marking criteria and electronic comment libraries increase student engagement with assessment and feedback?" Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2021. With Alison Graham and Sara Marsham.
"Transgressive Seriality: Netflix, the Victorian Novel, and Student Novellas in the 2020 Classroom." “Teaching to Transgress” in the Emergency Remote Classroom, special issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, edited by Kimberly Cox, Shannon Draucker, and Doreen Thierauf, vol. 17, no. 1, 2021.
“Animal and Social Ecologies in Anne Brontë’s Agnes Grey,” Victorian Literature and Culture 48.3 (2020): 577-99.
"Bush Animals, Developmental Time, and Colonial Identity in Victorian Australian Children's Fiction," in Animals and Their Children in Victorian Culture, eds. Brenda Ayres and Sarah Elizabeth Maier. New York: Routledge, 2019.
“Geopolitical Temporalities and Animal Ecologies in The Jungle Books,” Victorian Review 45 (2019): 135-52.
"The 'Animality' of Speech and Translation in The Jungle Books," in Victorians and Their Animals: Beast on a Leash, ed. Brenda Ayres. New York: Routledge, 2019.
"Professional Victorianisms: Immediacy, Urgency, and Interdisciplinarity in/at Work," Nineteenth-Century Contexts 39.4 (September 2017): 249-67. With Winter Werner, Paula Krebs, and Liz McCabe.
“Physiognomic Discourse and the Trials of Cross-Class Sympathy in Mary Barton,” Victorian Literature and Culture 43.4 (2015): 705-724.
“Reading the ‘Postal Effect’ of John Caldigate as a Challenge to Victorian Post-Colonialism,” Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature (March 2015).
“‘Loose from Wholesome Guidance:’ Phrenology’s and Physiognomy’s Narrative of Anxiety,” ELN 47.2 (Fall/Winter 2009): 61-73.