Peer Reviewed Monograph
2017 This Contentious Storm: An Ecocritical and Performance History of King Lear (London: Bloomsbury Academic): Avail HERE Open Access.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
In Press “Composting Feminisms and Environmental Humanities” with Astrida Neimanis. Environmental Humanities 10.1 (forthcoming 2018).
“Constructing dying and death as an eco-political concern in performances of Shakespeare’s King Lear and Sarah Kane’s Blasted”
for Shakespeare Bulletin (forthcoming 2019).
“Rewriting Redevelopment: The anti-proprietorial tone in Sydney place-writing” for Journal of the Study of Australian Literature (forthcoming 2019).
2018 “weathering” with Astrida Neimanis feminist review 118.1 (2018): 80-84.
2016 ‘“Labour against Wilderness” and the Trouble with Property beyond The Secret River’, Green Letters 20 (2): 140-155.
2015 “Bad Flowers: The Implications of a Phytocentric Deconstruction of the Western Philosophical Tradition for the Environmental Humanities”, Environmental Humanities 7: 191-202.
“Labour” Environmental Humanities 6: 183-186.
In Press Feminist, Queer, Anticolonial Propositions for Hacking the Anthropocene with Astrida Neimanis and Susan Reid (London: Open Humanities Press, forthcoming 2018)
2018 ‘Gardening after the Anthropocene: Creating different relations between humans and edible plants in Sydney’ for Prue Gibson and Baylee Britts (eds), The Covert Plant (New York: Punctum, 2018).
2015 ‘Lear in the Storm: Shakespeare’s Emotional Exploration of Sovereign Mortality’, Rob White and Katrina O’Loughlin (eds) Shakespeare and Emotions: Inheritances, Enactments, Legacies (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015).
2009 ‘Cold Desire: snow, ice and Hans Christian Andersen’ in Anthony Uhlmann, Helen Groth, Paul Sheehan and Stephen McClaren (eds) Literature and Sensation (Sydney: Cambridge Scholar’s Press, 2009).
Peer Reviewed Policy Contributions
2017 ‘Social and Gender Analysis’ for Pierre Boileau & Elaine Baker (eds) Guidelines for conducting Integrated Environmental Assessments, UNEP & Grid-Arendal.
Other Publications [Book and Theatre Reviews, Journalism, Opinion, Blogs]
In press ‘A Field Guide for Weathering’ with Astrida Neimanis, The Goose
2017 ‘All the World’s A Drain: A Review of Bodies of Water’ Sydney Review of Books, https://sydneyreviewofbooks.com/bodies-of-water-by-astrida-neimanis/
‘Explainer: solarpunk, or how to be an optimistic radical?’, The Conversation https://theconversation.com/explainer-solarpunk-or-how-to-be-an-optimistic-radical-80275
‘The weather is now political’ (with Astrida Neimanis), The Conversation https://theconversation.com/the-weather-is-now-political-77791
‘Climate Change and the Quest for Transformative Fictions’, Sydney Environment Institute Blog http://sydney.edu.au/environment-institute/blog/climate-change-and-the-quest-for-transformative-fictions/
‘The Trouble with Babies: Review of Donna Haraway’s Staying with the Trouble’. Cultural Studies Review (March 2017).
‘Composting in the Mud Theory Walkshop (#changethedate)’, The Seed Box Blog https://theseedboxblog.wordpress.com/2017/02/01/composting-theory-in-the-mud-walkshop-changethedate/
2016 ‘Theatre Review: King Lear, dir. Neil Armfield’ Shakespeare Bulletin 34.3 (Fall 2016).
‘Reflections on an Interdisciplinary Environmental Humanities Summit’, Sydney Environment Institute Blog http://sydney.edu.au/environment-institute/blog/reflections-on-an-interdisciplinary-environmental-humanities-summit/
‘Property, Weather and the Matter of Emotional Inheritance on Earth Day’, ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions Blog https://historiesofemotion.com/2016/04/22/property-weather-and-the-matter-of-emotional-inheritance-earth-day-2016/
‘What was ‘Hacking the Anthropocene’: Or, Why Environmental Humanities Needs More Feminisms’ (with Astrida Neimanis), The Seed Box Blog https://theseedboxblog.wordpress.com/2016/06/30/what-was-hacking-the-anthropocene-or-why-the-environmental-humanities-needs-more-feminism/
2015 ‘How Brandis Plans to Insulate the Arts Sector from Artists’, The Conversation https://theconversation.com/how-brandis-plans-to-insulate-the-arts-sector-from-the-artists-42305
2013 ‘Explainer: What are the environmental humanities?’, The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/explainer-what-are-the-environmental-humanities-20040
‘Gardening For Gardening’s Sake’, Seeing the Woods: A Blog by the Rachel Carson Centre. https://seeingthewoods.org/2013/06/12/gardening-for-gardenings-sake/
‘Three views of the Milky Way’ (with Astrid Lorange and Tom Lee), in Denise Thwaites (ed.) Critical Animalia: A Decade Between Disciplines (Newcastle: Critical Animals, 2013).
2012 ‘History of Cultural Responses to Disastrous Storms (1612-2012)’, Artlink 32 (4) Special Issue ‘Disaster and Fortitude’ https://www.artlink.com.au/articles/3946/history-of-cultural-responses-to-disastrous-storms/
‘The Spokes in Sydney’s Cycle Policy’ co-authored with Craig Johnson, New Matilda, https://newmatilda.com/2012/03/29/spokes-sydneys-cycle-policy/
‘A Curatorial Introduction to Time Machine’ co-authored with Frances Barrett, Kate Blackmore, Tom Smith and Pia van Gelder in Jennifer Hamilton (ed.) Time Capsule (Serial Space: Sydney, 2012).
2011 ‘A storm by any other name’, in Aden Rolfe (ed.) The Reader: Emerging Writer’s Festival Anthology of New Writing (Melbourne: Emerging Writers Festival, 2011).
‘Review of The King and I’, Southerly 71.1 (Long Paddock)
2010 ‘Queer and Monstrous Others: Review of Queering the Non/Human’, Australian Humanities Review 48.
‘Big Ideas on a Small Scale’, New Matilda https://newmatilda.com/2010/01/08/big-ideas-small-scale/
‘Where there’s a niche there’s a market?’, New Matilda https://newmatilda.com/2010/01/21/where-theres-niche-theres-market/