"Haunting Perennial Girlhoods: Infantilization and the Transnational American Gothic from Gilman to Césaire." Modern Language Review 117.1 (2022)

"Fearsome Worlds and Uncanny Children: Gothic Early Childhoods in Condé's La migration des coeurs and Kincaid's The Autobiography of My Mother." Contemporary Women's Writing (2021)

"Intersectional Feminism, Black Love, and the Transnational Turn: Rereading Guillén, Hughes, and Roumain." Journal of Modern Literature 44.4 (2021)

"'Child-Poems,' Transnational Affinities, and Literary Activism: Langston Hughes and Rabindranath Tagore for Young Readers." Children's Literature Association Quarterly 45.3 (2020)

"Rewritings and Relevance: Teaching Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills alongside Dante's Inferno." Approaches to Teaching Dante's Divine Comedy. Modern Language Association, 2020.

"Where Spirituality Ebbs and Flows: Religion and Diasporic Alienation in John Fante's Ask the Dust." John Fante's Ask the Dust: A Joining of Voices and Views. Eds. Stephen Cooper and Clorinda Donato. Fordham UP, 2020.

"Blurring Boundaries: Women's Work and Artistic Production in Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy and Cristina García's Dreaming in Cuban." LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory 29.4 (2017)

"Coming of Age in a Divided City: Cultural Hybridity and Ethnic Injustice in Sandra Cisneros and Veronica Roth." Children's Literature 44 (2016)

"Diaspora, Social Protest, and the Unreliable Narrator: Challenging Hierarchies of Race and Class in John Fante's Ask the Dust." Studies in the Novel 48.1 (2016)

"Sex, Diaspora, and the New 'Italian Novel': James Baldwin's Giovanni's Room and Bernard Malamud's Pictures of Fidelman." Arizona Quarterly 71.4 (2015)

"Salem Rewritten Again: Arthur Miller, Maryse Condé, and Appropriating the Bildungsroman.Comparative Literature 66.1 (2014)

"Conformist Culture and the Failures of Empathy: Reading James Baldwin and Patricia Highsmith." Rethinking Empathy Through Literature. Eds. Sue Kim and Meghan Hammond. Routledge, 2014.

"Social Non-Conformists in Forster's Italy: Otherness and the Enlightened English Tourist.ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature 45.1-2 (2014)

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