Deep Cuts: Transgender History in American Art after World War II (proposal under review)
"New Work in Transgender Art and Visual Culture Studies" (PDF), co-editor with Kirstin Ringelberg, Journal of Visual Culture 19, no. 2 (August 2020).
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
“Cut and Sew: Greer Lankton’s Dolls, Transness, and the East Village,” American Art (forthcoming, fall 2024)
"Envisioning Non-Binary Gender: The Art of Forrest Bess" (PDF), Archives of American Art Journal 61, no. 1 (Spring 2022).
"Prismatic Views: A Look at the Growing Field of Transgender Art and Visual Culture Studies (Issue Introduction)" (PDF), co-author with Kirstin Ringelberg, Journal of Visual Culture 19, no. 2 (August 2020).
"Chris Vargas’s Consciousness Razing: From Forgetting to Futurity" (PDF), Transgender Studies Quarterly 7:1 (February 2020).
“Forrest Bess: Symbols and Sutures” catalog essay in Inside though, it was beautiful by the Camden Art Centre, London, UK, curated by Martin Clark and Archie Squire (forthcoming June 2023)
“Forrest Bess: The Hermaphrodite,” “Greer Lankton: Candy Darling,” and “Jerome Caja: Ascension of the Drag Queen,” catalog entries Transgender Hirstory in 99 Objects (book), edited by Chris E. Vargas and Christina Linden (forthcoming).
"Trans Visibility and Trans Viability: A Roundtable" (PDF), Journal of Visual Culture 21, no. 2 (August 2022).
Art and Queer Culture, Second Edition (PDF), contributing author; co-authored by Richard Meyer, Catherine Lord; additional contributors Jon Davies and Alexis Bard Johnson (London: Phaidon “Themes and Movements,” 2019), 121, 257, 260, 263, 265, 270, 274, 276. Entries:
"Natani Notah: Contemporary Form, Indigeneity and Feminist Action," Stanford University Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition Catalog (spring 2018).
"Print/Collect: Graham Coreil-Allen" (PDF), (Print/Collect exhibition catalog), curated by Jennifer Coster (February 2013).