Publications

Interview with Mickalene Thomas

Fountain House Gallery

Interspecies Futures, Veiled Taxonomies, and Lights, Tunnels, Passages and Shadows at Center for Book Arts

“Sweat, Display, and Blackness: The Promises of Liquidity” Feminist Media Histories, 7 (2) 2021: 92-109

Chitra Ganesh A City Will Share Her Secrets if You Know How to Ask

“Care and Its Complexities” co-edited with Martha Feinman and Linda Blum Signs (in process)

“Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash,” Brooklyn Rail, Dec/Jan 2021

“Audre Lorde Revisited: Amber Jamilla Musser and Lana Lin” ASAP Journal, January 2021 6.1: 1-17.

“Dysfunctional Blackness: Toward Being-with and Relational Freedom,” Ontological Terror Symposium, Syndicate Lit January 20, 2021

“A Chromatic Presence: Barbara Hammer and What You’re Not Supposed to Look At,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan Women and Performance 29:3, 235-242

“The Limits of Desire: Jacolby Satterwhite and the Maternal Elsewhere,” The Black Scholar (2020) 50(2): 37-42.

“Pedagogy, Power, and Play: When Race Saturates Sex,” in Saturation ed by Riley Snorton and Hentyle Yapp, (Cambridge, MIT Press: 2020), 299-304.

“Review of Nicole Brittingham Furlonge Race Sounds: The Art of Listening in African American Literature” ALH Online Reviews, Series XXIV

“On Pins and Needles: Punks, Dandies and Spectacularity” Oxford Handbook of History and Material Culture, edited by Ivan Gaskill and Sarah Anne Carter (Oxford University Press, 2020), 90-104.

“Bette Davis Eyes and Minoritarian Survival: Camp, Melodrama, and Spectatorship,” Affect and Literature. Edited by Alex Houen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 284-.

“Sheree Rose, the Maternal, and the Erotics of Care,” Rated RX: Sheree Rose with and after Bob Flanagan (Columbus: Ohio University Press, 2020), pn

“Arrested Intimacies of the Flesh,” Queer Communion: Ron Athey (London and New York: Intellect Ltd, 2020)

“Kent Monkman with Amber Jamilla Musser,” Brooklyn Rail, November 2020

“Toyin Ojih Odutola: Tell Me a Story I don’t Care if it’s True” Brooklyn Rail, October 2020

“Beyond Desire: Blackness and Form,” Formalism Unbound, post45, Fall 2020

“Maureen Catbagan,” Brooklyn Rail, September 2020

“On Julie Beth Napolin’s The Fact of Resonance” Social Text online, September 21, 2020

“Rashid Johnson: Untitled Anxious Red Drawings, Brooklyn Rail, June 2020

“Teaching the Second Sex: A Conversation,” with Soyica Colbert and Paige McGinley Feminist Formations 32(1) Spring 2020: 98-116.

“Sweat” Social Text Periscope on COVID-19 April 27, 2020

“Doreen Garner: The Remains” Brooklyn Rail, February 2020

“Blackness, the Virtual and the Work of Fabulation,” Social Text Periscope on Tavia Nyong’o’s Afro-fabulations January 28, 2020

“Ezili’s Mirrors: Imagining Black Queer Genders by Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley” TDR 63 (2) Summer 2019: 177-178.

“Infinity Folds: Sonic Sculptures and Dancing Shapes,” collective terrain/s ed Lydia Bell Danspace Projects; New York, 2019 18-22

“Toward Mythic Feminist Theorizing: Simone Leigh and the Power of the Vessel,” differences (2019) 30 (3): 63–91.

“Jacolby Satterwhite: Room for Living” Brooklyn Rail, October 2019

“Time to Smell the Flowers: A Sensational, Transnational Trajectory in Black Feminism,” Black Feminism Remixed Symposium in Syndicate Literature December 5, 2019

“The Sunken Place: Race, Racism, and Freud,” Public Books October 1, 2019

“Sonya Clark: Monumental Cloth, The Flag We Should Know,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan, Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2019

“Lorna Simpson: Darkening,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan, Brooklyn Rail, June 2019

“Jennifer Packer: M. Heller,” 1×1 Brooklyn Rail April 2019

“Yukultjni Napangati,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan, Brooklyn Rail, March 2019

“Jacob Lawrence: The Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture,” Brooklyn Rail, March 2019

“God Made Me A Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin,” Brooklyn Rail, Feb 2019

“Tracey Moffat’s Vigils and Travellers,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2018

“All About Our Mothers: Race, Gender, and the Reparative,” After Queer Studies: Literature, Theory, and Sexuality in the 21st Century, Edited by Tyler Bradway and E.L. McCallum (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), 122-136.

“Surface-Becoming: Lyle Ashton Harris and Brown Jouissance,” Women and Performance (2018) 28(1): 1-12.

“Architectures of Blue: Race, Representation, and Black and Brown Abstraction,” Brooklyn Rail, October 2017

“PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince,” co-written with Maureen Catbagan, Brooklyn Rail, October 2018

“Toyin Ojih Odutola: When Legends Die,” Brooklyn Rail, October 2018

“Race, Affect, and Assemblage: Toward Brown Jouissance,” Social Text Periscope on Terrorist Assemblages, October 25, 2018

“Mammy’s Milk and Absent Black Children,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality (September 2018)

Return of La Argentina, Black One Shot, ASAP-J online, June 4, 2018

“Sable Elyse Smith: BOLO Be on (the) Lookout,” Brooklyn Rail, Dec/Jan 2018

“Thinking Precarity and Sexuality with Queer Theory,” A Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory. Edited by Imre Szeman, Sarah Blacker, and Justin Sully (New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017); 243-254.

“Thinking Precarity and Sexuality with Queer Theory,” A Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory. Edited by Imre Szeman, Sarah Blacker, and Justin Sully (New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017); 243-254.

“Consent, Capacity, and the Non-Narrative,” Queer Feminist Science Studies Reader, Edited by Cyd Cipolla, Kristina Gupta, David A Rubin, and Angela Wiley (Seattle: University of Washington, 2017); 221-233.

Virtual Intimacies: Media, Affect, and Queer Sociality by Shaka McGlotten reviewed in Screen Bodies, June 2017

“Queer Form,” co-edited with Kadji Amin and Roy Perez ASAP Journal 2.2 (May 2017)

“The Mess We’re In” Public Books, Roundtable on Future Sex, March 24, 2017

“Sex, Sensation, and Funky Pleasures,” Funk the Erotic Symposium, Syndicate Lit March 8, 2017

“Black Women, Pornography, and Economies of Desire,” (review of A Taste for Brown Sugar), GLQ 23:1 (January 2017): 160-162.

Habeaus Viscus: Racializing Assemblages, Biopolitics, and Black Feminist Theories of the Human by Alex Wehilye reviewed in philoSOPHIA (2016) 6.1: 156-160.

“On the erotic” Gender: Sources, Perspectives, and Methodologies. Edited by Renée C. Hoogland. Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender (Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, 2016); 69-82.

“Queering the Pin-Up: History, Femmes, and Brooklyn” GLQ (2016) 22(1): 55-80.

“Black Hair and Textures of Defensiveness” Palimpsest (2016) 5(1): 1-19.

“Queering Sugar: Kara Walker’s Sugar Sphinx and the Intractability of Black Female Sexuality,” Signs: Journal of Women and Culture (2016) 42(1): 1-22.

“Race, Pornography, and Desire: A TBS Roundtable,” The Black Scholar (online—September 2016) DOI:10.1080/00064246.2016.1223484

“How to Be a Credit to Your Race,” Review of Margo Jefferson’s Negroland, The Common Reader, January 26, 2016. (online)

“How to Be a Credit to Your Race,” Review of Margo Jefferson’s Negroland, The Common Reader, January 26, 2016. (online)

“Sadomasochism, domination, and submission,” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015) (online)

“Lesbians, Tea, and the Vernacular of Fluids” Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory (2015) 25(1): 1-18.

“Fifty Shades of Grey, The Story of O, and the Possibilities of Critique,” Feminist Theory (2015) 16(2): 121-136. DOI: 10.1177/1464700115585723

“Specimen Days: Diversity, Labor, and the University,” Feminist Formations (2015) 27(3): 1-20.

“Desire, Belonging Touch” review of The Erotic Life of Racism, WSQ (2014) 42(3-4): 312-3.

“Breathing Race into the Machine: The Surprising Career of the Spirometer from Plantation to Genetics” African American Review (2014) 47(1): 201-204.

“Object of Desire: Towards an Ethics of Sameness” theory and event (2013) 16(2).

Racial Camouflage: Thinking Race Apart from Sexuality,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality (2012) 13(3): 231-5.

“Reading, Writing, Masochism: The Arts of Becoming” differences (2012) 23(1): 131-150.

“Anti-Oedipus, Kinship, and the Subject of Affect” Social Text (2012) 30(3): 77-95.

“On the Orgasm of the Species: Female Sexuality, Science, and Sexual Difference” Feminist Review (2012) 102: 1–20.

“The Politics and Erotics of Time” (review of E. Freeman Time Binds: Queer Temporalities, Queer Histories) Reviews in Cultural Theory (2011) 2(1). (online)

“From Our Body to Your Selves: The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective and Changing Notions of Subjectivity, 1969-1973,” WSQ (2007) 35(1&2): 93-109.

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