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"We are surprised by what we make"

Bruno Latour

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Trans*Historicities Roundtable
(TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly)

Trans Textuality: Dysphoria in the Depths of Medieval Skin
(postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies)

Reconstructing the Pardoner: Transgender Skin Operations in Fragment VI
(Writing on Skin in the Age of Chaucer)

The Isle of Hermaphrodites: Disorienting the Place of Intersex in the Middle Ages
(postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies)

Were There Transgender People in the Middle Ages?
(The Public Medievalist)
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PUBLICATIONS (as author) 

"Dysphoria as Trans Literary Theory: A Trans-/Historical Perspective," Transgender Literary Theory and Criticism, Douglas Vakoch ed., Routledge, 2022.

“The Transitivity of Race and Sex: Conversion Therapy, Christian Conversion, and Chivalric Romance,” A Cultural History of Race in the Renaissance and Early Modern Age, Kim Coles and Dorothy Kim ed. Bloomsbury Publishing, March 2021. 

“The Transgender Turn: Eleanor Rykener Speaks Back,” Trans Historical: Gender Plurality Before the Modern, Masha Raskolnikov, Greta LaFleur, and Anna Klosowska ed. Cornell Press, 2021. 

"The Authentic Lives of Transgender Saints." Trans and Genderqueer Subjects in Medieval Hagiography. Alicia Spencer-Hall and Blake Gutt, ed. Amsterdam University Press 2021. 

“Trans Metamorphoses and Identity: Medieval Taxonomies of Transgender and Transitioning,” More Fuss About the Body: New Medievalists’ Perspectives. Leah Parker & Stephanie Grace Petinos, ed. 2021. 

“Trans” Companion to Sexuality in the Medieval West, Michelle Sauer ed. ARC Humanities Press, 2021. 

“Mad for Margery: Disability and the Imago Dei in the Book of Margery Kempe.” The Ashgate Research Companion to Medieval Disability Studies. John P. Sexton and Kisha G. Tracy, ed. 2021. 

“Margery Kempe and Disability,” The Medieval Disability Sourcebook, Punctum Books, NY, 2019. 

"Visions of Medieval Trans Feminism: An Introduction,” Medieval Trans Feminisms. The Medieval Feminist Forum. Dorothy Kim and M.W. Bychowski, ed. Oct 2019. 

"The Necropolitics of Narcissus: Confessions of Transgender Suicide in the Middle Ages." Medieval Trans Feminisms. The Medieval Feminist Forum. Dorothy Kim and M.W. Bychowski, ed. Oct 2019. 

“On Genesis: Transgender and Sub-Creation,” Transgender Studies Quarterly (TSQ): Trans Theology Special Issue, Max Strassfeld ed. Duke University Press, Aug. 2019. 

“Trans*historicities” Roundtable,” Transgender Studies Quarterly (TSQ): Trans*historicities Special Issue, Leah DeVun & Zeb Tortorici, ed. Duke University Press, Nov. 2018. 

“Trans Textuality: Dysphoria in the Depths of Medieval Skin.” Queer Manuscripts. postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies. 9. 3. Roberta Magnani and Diane Watt, ed. Oct. 2018. 

"Reconstructing the Pardoner: Transgender Skin Operations in Fragment VI" Writing on Skin in the Age of Chaucer. De Gruyter: Anglia Book Series. Katrin Rupp and Nicole Nyffenegger, ed. August 2018. 

“The Island of Hermaphrodites: Disorienting the Place of Intersex in Pilgrimage Narratives.” Medieval Intersex. postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies. 9. 2. Ruth Evans, ed. July 2018. 

"Unconfessing Transgender: Dysphoric Youths and the Medicalization of Madness in John Gower’s 
“Tale of Iphis and Ianthe.” Accessus: A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media. 3. 1. Article 3. Georgiana Donavin and Eve Salisbury, ed. 2016. scholarworks.wmich.edu /accessus/vol3/iss1/3. 


PUBLICATIONS (as editor) 

Co-editing special issue of The Medieval Feminist Forum on “Medieval Trans Feminisms” with Dorothy Kim. The Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship 2019. 

Editor. New Queer Medievalisms. Chris Michael Roman and Will Rogers, series editors. Medieval Institute Publications and ARC Humanities Press. 2018-Ongoing. 


DIGITAL HUMANITIES PROJECTS 

Transliterature Online: A Center for the Study of Transgender and Disability, Medieval & Postmedieval 
www.ThingsTransform.com, 2011-Present 

The Morpheus Database: An Archive on Theories and Literature of Change. 
www.Morpheus.knack.com, 2013-Present 

Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards Website 
www.anisfield-wolf.org, contributor, 2016-Present
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