Articles Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals
“The Aporia of the Veil: The Influence of Walter Benjamin’s Aura in Contemporary Sound Studies” Sound Studies. Volume 6, Issue 1, 2020. 2-13.
“How the Mimeographed Little Magazine ‘Sounds’ in 1960s Counterculture.” Journal of Literary and Intermedial Crossings. Volume 5, Issue 1, 2020. 1-22.
Articles Published in Edited Volumes
“The Stoop: Anne Waldman’s Early Beat Drama.” Beat Drama, edited by Deborah Geis, Bloomsbury/ Methuen, 2016.
Peer-Reviewed Digital Humanities Projects
“Networking the New American Poetry.” Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. May 2019. https://danowski.digitalscholarship.emory.edu/nnap/about/
“Building Rhetoric(s) of Narrative in the First-Year Writing Classroom,” found on the Language, Arts, and Media Program at Duke Blog: https://lamp.duke.edu/building-rhetorics-narrative-first-year-writing-classroom.
Book Manuscript in Preparation (expected completion: August 2020)
(Re)Mediating the Page: Poetic Texts and Technologies since 1945
-Using eight influential literary magazines, I examine how sound—as a phenomenon of the poetic voice, as technologically reproduced, and as performed in print—influences the reception and dissemination of American poetry after World War II.