Writing

Co-authored with Susan Potter, “Something Made of Nothing,”  Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media, forthcoming.

Sapho Kiss: Queer Reproduction in Early Cinema (1896-1908),” Early Popular Visual Culture, Special Issue, “The Gender of Early Cinema,” ed. Andrew Shail and Nadi Tofighian, forthcoming.

The Kiss: Forgetting Film History,” in Speculative Archives,” ed. Allyson Nadia Field, special issue, Feminist Media Histories 8, no. 3 (2022): 178-215.

Sapphic Cinemania! Female Authorship, Queer Desires and the Birth of Cinema,” doctoral dissertation, University of California Santa Cruz, June 2022.

The Pioneer Paradigm,” in “Decolonial Feminisms,” eds. Pavitra Sundar and Debashree Mukherjee, spcial issue, Feminist Media Histories 8, no. 1 (2022): 165-180.

Do You Believe in Fairies? Cabbages, Victorian Memes, and the Birth of Cinema: Seeing Sapphic Sexuality in the Silent Era,” in Women Film Pioneers Project, eds. Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta (New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2019).

Sister Acts: Victorian Porn, Lesbian Drag, and Queer Reproduction,” Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media 60, no. 2 (2019): 201-226.

This Precarious Authorship: Some Notes on Home Movies, Homemaking, and Alternative Genealogies,” in Experiments in She-ness: Women and Undependent and Cinema, ed. Bryan Konefsky with River Quane, David Camarena and Angela Beauchamp (Albuquerque: Basements Films, 2016), 22-34.

Book Review: “Go West Young Women!: The Rise of Early Hollywood by Hilary Hallett,” Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film 40, no. 2 (2013): 141-145.

Oral History (Video): “Louise Tiranoff,” New York Women in Film & Television interviews, Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 2012.

Lost in the Badlands: Cecelia Condit’s Ephemeral Collection,” Cecelia Condit, exhibition catalogue, CUE Arts Foundation, New York, New York, September 4- October 11, 2008.

“Mata Hari, the Technologized Body: A Conversation with Amy Ruhl (Part I),” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, September 13, 2011.

“Mata Hari, the Technologized Body: A Conversation with Amy Ruhl (Part II),” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, May 11, 2012.

“Another Experiment By Women: A Conversation with Lili White,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, June 10, 2011.

“All that Glitters: Don’t Miss A Shared Evening Laurie Berg And Aynsley Vandenbroucke at Danspace Project,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, March 14, 2011.

“When I was doing that I wasn’t thinking of Lacan: A Conversation with Vivienne Dick,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, January 30, 2011.

“Re-written in the Feminine: The Films of Vivienne Dick, Or: Justifiable Matricide, the Contemporarily Unspeakable and the Return of the Repressed,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, December 16, 2010.

“You Are What You Eat: Upcoming Events,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, October 29, 2010.

“The Art of Seduction & The Skeleton in the Closet,” On-verge: Alternative Art Criticism, October 13, 2010.