New York City and the Hollywood Musical: Dancing in the Streets
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
Forthcoming: Women and New Hollywood: Gender, Creative Labor, and 1970s American Cinema
, co-edited with Aaron Hunter (Rutgers University Press, May 2023).
Musicals at the Margins: Genre, Boundaries, Canons
, co-edited with Julie Lobalzo Wright (Bloomsbury, 2021).
Peer-reviewed journal articles
“The Comedy of Redevelopment: Romantic Comedy, Real Estate, and the ‘New’ Times Square,” JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies
(formerly Cinema Journal
) 60, no. 2 (Winter 2021): 105-128.
- shortlisted for the BAFTSS Award for Best Journal Article.
“A new way of living: West Side Story
, street dance and the New York musical,” Screen
56, no. 4 (Winter 2015): 450-470.
“Sax and the City: New York, New York
(Scorsese, 1977), Urban Decline and the Jazz Musical,” The Soundtrack
6, no.1 & 2 (March 2014): 53-66.
Chapters in edited collections
and the Musical’s History of Failure,” in The Oxford Handbook of the Hollywood Musical
, edited by Dominic Broomfield-McHugh (Oxford University Press, 2022), 459-479.
, Bookshops, and Postcrisis Romcom Urbanism,” in After “Happily Ever After”: Romantic Comedy in the Post-Romantic Age,
edited by Maria San Filippo (Wayne State University Press, 2021), 163-178.
- collection nominated for the BAFTSS Award for Best Edited Collection.
“E-Q-U-I-T-Y: Generic Boundaries, Gender, and Real Estate in the Magic Mike
Films,” in Musicals at the Margins: Genre, Boundaries, Canons
, edited by Julie Lobalzo Wright and Martha Shearer (Bloomsbury, 2021), 41-54.
“The Secret Beyond the Door: Daria Nicolodi and Suspiria
’s Multiple Authorship,” in Women Make Horror: Filmmaking, Feminism, Genre
, edited by Alison Peirse (Rutgers University Press, 2020), 47-59.
- collection nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Non-Fiction.
- runner-up for the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Book of the Year Award.
- winner of the BAFTSS Award for Best Edited Collection.
- winner of the Best Non-Fiction Award at the British Fantasy Awards.
“’British People are Awful’: Gentrification, Queerness and Race in the US-UK Romances of Looking
and You’re the Worst
,” in Love Across the Atlantic: US-UK Romance in Popular Culture
, edited by Barbara Jane Brickman, Deborah Jermyn, and Theodore Louis Trost (Edinburgh University Press, 2020), 91-105.
“The Party’s Over: On the Town
, Bells are Ringing
, and the Problem of Adapting Postwar New York,” in The Oxford Handbook of Musical Theatre Screen Adaptations
, edited by Dominic McHugh (Oxford University Press, 2019), 87-107.
“Frances Doesn’t Live Here Anymore: Gender, Crisis, and the Creative City in Frances Ha
and The Giant Mechanical Man
,” in The City in American Cinema: Film and Postindustrial Culture
, edited by Johan Andersson and Lawrence Webb (Bloomsbury, 2019), 351-373.
George Rodosthenous, ed., Twenty-First Century Musicals: From Stage to Screen
(Routledge, 2018), Studies in Musical Theatre
12, no. 3 (December 2018): 405-406.
(Tom Hooper, 2019),” Fantasy/Animation
(10 January 2020) https://www.fantasy-animation.org/current-posts/2020/1/8/review-cats-tom-hooper-2019
“The Lizzie Bennet Diaries
,” Catcher in the Reel: Media Matters in Review
(2 October 2014) https://catcherinthereel.wordpress.com/2014/10/02/summer-web-series-series-the-lizzie-bennet-diaries/