Book Chapters

Teaching and Imagining Decoloniality through Indigenous Speculative Fiction

[Co-Authored with David E.K. Smith]
In Inclusive Learning Through Fantasy, edited by Camille D.G. Mustachio. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, forthcoming

No Longer Lost in the Woods: Kristoff and a Non-Hegemonic Disney Prince Masculinity

In The Frozen Phenomenon, eds. Maja Rudloff, Helen Haswell, and Brittany Eldridge. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming

From Fan Blogs to Earth Rumble VI: Disability Discourse on Avatar: The Last Airbender

In The Avatar Television Franchise: Storytelling, Identity, Trauma, and Fandom, ed. Francis M. Agnoli, 189-205. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2023

Who Lives, Who Dies, He Tells the Story: Hip Hop, Antagonist-Narrators, and the Impact of Musical Genre on Storytelling

[Co-Authored with Kevin Pabst]
In The Revolutionary Rhetoric of Hamilton, eds. Luke Winslow, Nancy J. Legge, and Jacob Justice, 169-183. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2022

Development Un-Arrested: Cancelled Sitcoms Meet Streaming Services

In Critical Media Studies: Student Essays on Contemporary Sitcoms, ed. Mary Dalton, 5-22. Winston-Salem, NC: Library Partners Press, 2017