Deep Cuts: Transgender History in American Art after World War II (manuscript in progress)
(Proposal solicited by Dr. Susan Stryker, senior editor of the Duke University Press series ASKERISK)
"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, Transness, and the East Village” (article under review)
“Trans Temporality and Kinship in Greer Lankton’s It’s All About ME Not You” (article under review)
"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). (included in Getsy, David and Che Gossett (2021) “A Syllabus on Transgender and Nonbinary Methods for Art and Art History" (PDF), Art Journal, 80:4, 110-115.)
"Chris Vargas’s Consciousness Razing: From Forgetting to Futurity" (PDF), Transgender Studies Quarterly 7:1 (February 2020). (included in “Getsy, David and Che Gossett (2021) “A Syllabus on Transgender and Nonbinary Methods for Art and Art History,” Art Journal, 80:4, 110-115.)
“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.
"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).