Science Studies, Ecocriticism, Environmental Humanities, Waste Studies, Environmental Movements, Media and the Environment, Class and Environmentalism, Environmental Rhetoric
The Everest Effect: Nature, Culture, Ideology (University of Alabama Press, 2015)
Histories of the Dustheap: Waste, Material Cultures, Social Justice (MIT Press, 2012)
Articles and Book Chapters
“Toxic Attachments: Drug Epidemics and a Sense of Place,” minnesota review (Issue 92, 2019)
“The Taste of Oil,” article length work in which I tally the ideological costs to ecocritics of focusing on canonized literature and reconfigure the concept of taste in light of petroculture.
“Environmentalism Without Guilt,” book length work in which, via examinations of a range of environmental movements, I attempt to dislodge the individualized human actor from the conceptual center of environmentalist action
Science Studies, Environmental Humanities