- The Jacob Maresbeth Chronicles (to be released 2014, Cooperative Press)
- Birthing the Monster of Tomorrow (Edited collection. To be released 2014, Cambria Press)
- Death’s Summer Coat: What Death and Dying can Tell us about Life and Living (to be released 2015)
- “Medicine, Mythos, Museums, and the Muse: Museums on the Cutting Edge of Medical Humanities” Centre for Medical Humanities, January 20th, 2014
- “Birth Rights: Exploring the Medical Fight Over Labor in the 18th Century” Atlas Obscura, December 17, 2013
- “Strange Medicine” Belt Magazine, Dec 6, 2013
- “The Rogue Goes Digital” InsideHigherEd, August 7, 2013
- “Coming to Terms With Death and the Unexpected” Huffington Post Books (May 26, 2013)
- “Mother Machine: an ‘Uncanny Valley’ in the Eighteenth Century” The Appendix: A New Journal of Narrative and Experimental History, [1.2 Forthcoming]
- “The Rogue Scholar.” InsideHigherEd, February 11, 2013.
Refereed Journal Articles:
- “Curing “Moral Disability”: Brain Trauma and Self-Control in Victorian Fiction,” Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry (37.4, Dec 2013)
- “Contradiction and Negation: Subversions of Pedagogical Control in Jane Eyre.” Special issue for Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences [JLAS 18.1, pagination forthcoming] (Fall 2013), Brandy Schillace, Guest Editor.
- “’Reproducing’ Custom: Mechanical Habits and Female Machines in Augustan Women’s Education” Feminist Formations, [FF 25.1, pagination forthcoming] (Spring 2013)
- “Jumping the Connection Gap: Helping Students Build a Bridge between Major and Career.” CEA Forum, [CEA Forum 41.1, 1-19,] (January 2013)
- “A Man’s Soul and a Fish’s Scale: Sex, Size and Spirit in Moby Dick” Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality, [JMMS 6.2, pp 94-105] (June 2012)
- “’Temporary Failure of Mind’: Déjà vu, Epilepsy and The Mysteries of Udolpho.” Eighteenth Century Studies, [ECS 42.2, pp 273-287] (Winter 2009)
- “Spending the Body: The Price of Education in Meredith, Dickens and Hardy.” The Journal of the Liberal Arts and Sciences, [JLAS 13.1, pp 4-20] (Fall 2008)
- “’Children of the Night’: Dracula, Degeneration and Syphilitic Births at fin de siècle” Accepted for Birthing the Monster of Tomorrow: Unnatural Reproductions, edited collection, Eds. Andrea Wood and Brandy Schillace. *Also presented at the Winona State University Athenaeum
- Marketplace of the Marvelous: The Strange Origins of Modern Medicine by Erika Janik. Beacon Press, 2014. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry (forthcoming)
- Identity and Difference: John Locke and the Invention of Consciousness by Etienne Balibar. Verso, 2013. Somatosphere (February, 6, 2014)
- Review: Early Modern Things: Objects and their Histories, 1500-1800, edited by Paula Findlen. Routledge, 2013. Canadian Journal of History 48.3 (Winter 2013)
- Review: “Devilishly Dark Days, a Review of Black Country by Alex Grecian” Huffington Post Books (July 18, 2013)
- Review: “Death’s Summer Coat, a Review.” The Natural Death Handbook, Fifth Edition. by NDC. Huffington Post Books (April 9, 2013)
- Review: Black Dogs and Blue Words, by Kim Emmons. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry [CMP 35.3] (September 2011)
- Vampires and VD: Podcast for the Sick City Project inspired by the Wellcome Collection’s Medical London, published in 2008. May 31, 2012. (Interviewed)
- “Draw Nigh: Approaching Death in a Culture of Immortality.” Dirge Lecture Series: The End, Reconsidered: A Lecture Series on Mortality. Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, April 4, 2014.
- “Virtual Memory” Keynote Address, ALHHS, Atlanta, GA, May 2013
- “Mother Machine: an ‘Uncanny Valley’ in the Eighteenth Century,” Morbid Anatomy Library, New York, New York, November 21, 2013
- “’Children of the Night’: Dracula, Degeneration and Syphilitic Births at fin de siècle,” Morbid Anatomy Library, New York, New York, November 22, 2013
- “The Father of British Midwifery and the Mother of Inventions,” Irish Centre for Nursing and Midwifery, University College of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, May 17, 2011.
- “The Father of British Midwifery and the Mother of Inventions:or, the Curious Disappearance of the Mechanical Mother,” Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester, England, May 31, 2011.