2020: “Drowning in Her Sweet Nectar: Plant Carnivory, Colonial Consumption, and the Politics of Floral Flesh in Nineteenth-Century Borneo,” in Natural Things: Ecologies of Knowledge in the Early Modern World, ed. Paula Findlen and Alan Mikhail (under contract).
2019: “The Art and Science of Color in Nineteenth-Century Botany,” in series Devices II, The Site Magazine (under contract).
2019: “Collecting Colonial Curiosities,” Hyperallergic.
2019: “An AI Artist’s Vision of Floral Speculation,” Hyperallergic.
2018: “It Is Disturbing to Find / A Man on the Moon,” in series Conjectures, ed. D. Graham Burnett, The Public Domain Review.
2018: “Noble Rot: On Joseph Arnold and the Discovery of the Corpse Flower,” Cabinet Magazine 64, 71-6.
2018: Review: Ethan Lasser, ed., The Philosophy Chamber: Art and Science in Harvard’s Teaching Cabinet, 1766-1820 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), Archives of Natural History 45.2: 379-80.
2018: Review: Daniela Bleichmar and Meredith Martin, eds., Objects in Motion in the Early Modern World (Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016), Itinerario 42.1: 146-8.
2017: Review: Richard Fulton and Peter Hoffenberg, eds, Oceania and the Victorian Imagination (New York: Palgrave, 2013), British Society for Literature and Science.
2016: “Richard Spruce and the Trials of Victorian Bryology,” The Public Domain Review: Selected Essays, Vol. III (New York: PDR Press), 154-67; and online, 2015.
2015: Review: Marianne Holsbosch, Pointy Shoes and Pith Helmets: Dress and Identity Construction in Ambon from 1850 to 1942 (Leiden, Brill, 2014), Itinerario 39.3: 534-6.
2014: “Hunting Gorillas in the Land of Cannibals: Making Victorian Field Knowledge in Western Equatorial Africa,” The Appendix 2.2: 115-120.