Essays on Pedagogy

Ammassalik wooden map

Ammassalik wooden map

“Sea Changes,” JER Panorama roundtable on Bringing the Sea into the Classroom,

"Sanaaq," Faculty Favorites: Books for the Struggle to Come, Edge Effects,

"The Whole World in a Few Syllables," Sky-Hawk: The Journal of the Melville Society of Japan 3 (2015): 21-23.

"Ferguson's Literary History," Co-authored with Sarah Blackwood, Anna Mae Duane, Brigitte Fielder, Glenn Hendler, Yahdon Israel, Peter Jaros, Janet Neary, Caleb Smith, and Jordan Alexander Stein, Avidly,

"Melville and Whitman, Digitally Mediated," Leviathan 16:1 (March 2014): 154-156.

"The Greatest American Novel? 9 Experts Share Their Opinions," The Millions (10 July 2013):

"Constantius and Pulchera in the Atlantic World," Just Teach One, eds. Duncan Faherty and Ed White,,