“The Labor Politics of Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butchers ‘Put Your Hands Together’ Podcast,” In Media Res. 8 March 2020. http://mediacommons.org/imr/content/labor-politics-cameron-esposito-and-rhea-butchers-put-your-hands-together-podcast
Book Review: Transgressive Humor of American Women Writers, edited by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams. Studies in American Humor. Fall 2019. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/734194
“Classifying Stand-Up Specials with Netflix’s Algorithmic Genres” In Media Res. 22. April 2019. http://mediacommons.org/imr/content/classifying-stand-specials-netflixs-algorithmic-genres
“Millennial fandom and the failures of ‘Switched at Birth”s sexual assault education campaign,” Transformative Works and Cultures, 26. March 2018. http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/1138
“TV Critics and Taste Culture, Or Why Everyone Ignored Oxygen’s Funny Girls,” Flow Journal 23.05. 27 March 2017.
“Post-Truth, Satire, and Postmodern Critique” In Media Res. 31. Jan 2017. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2017/01/28/post-truth-satire-and-postmodern-critique
“That’s Not Funny! Cultural Capital and Comedic Critique”
In Media Res. 6 June 2016. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2016/06/06/s-not-funny-cultural-capital-and-comedic-critique
Book Review: Women and Comedy: History, Theory, Practice, edited by Peter Dickinson, Anne Higgins, Paul Matthew St. Pierre, Diana Solomon, and Sean Zwagerman. Studies in American Humor. Fall 2016.
Book Review: Digital Labor: The Internet as Factory and Playground, edited by Trebor Scholz. Transformative Works and Cultures. Vol 15 (2014). http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/551/412
“Open mic?: Gendered Gatekeeping of Authenticity in Spaces of Live Stand-Up Comedy,” Feminist Media Histories. Forthcoming Winter 2020.
“Podcast,”Encyclopaedia of Gender, Media and Communication. Edited by Karen Ross. Wiley-Blackwell. Forthcoming Winter 2020.
“Authenticity and Gatekeeping: How Television Critics Delegitimize Women in Comedy,” Feminist Media Studies (Under Review)
“The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and the Pathologizing of Female Desire,” November 5, 2015. http://www.btchflcks.com/2015/11/the-cws-crazy-ex-girlfriend-and-the-pathologizing-of-female-desire.html#.V9AtUmXMzFI
“The Fosters Sexuality, and the Challenges of Parenting While Feminist,” September 25, 2015. http://www.btchflcks.com/2015/09/the-fosters-sexuality-and-the-challenges-of-parenting-while-feminist.html
“Misogyny Demons and Wesley’s Tortured Masculinity in Joss Whedon’s Angel,” June 23, 2015. http://www.btchflcks.com/2015/06/misogyny-demons-and-wesleys-tortured-masculinity-in-joss-whedons-angel.html#.V9AtOWXMzFI
“Invisible Fat Women on How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory,” April 20, 2015. http://www.btchflcks.com/2015/04/invisible-fat-women-on-how-i-met-your-mother-and-the-big-bang-theory.html#.V9AtLGXMzFI
“Stars Holla: A Love Letter to the Gilmore Guys Podcast,” September 21, 2015. http://community.ew.com/2015/09/21/gilmore-guys-podcast/
“Smarter Audiences are not the reason niche comedy is thriving on TV,” September 8, 2016. https://medium.com/the-outtake/smarter-audiences-are-not-the-reason-niche-comedy-is-thriving-on-tv-c3e1778a00be
“The Martian is about more than STEM. It’s also about the Humanities.”
October 5, 2015 https://medium.com/the-outtake/the-martian-is-about-more-than-stem-it-s-also-about-the-humanities-617a6cc6bd4c
“Community: (Postmodern) Media Studies 101,” March 31, 2015.
“Keep Making Beautiful Things: Dr Kate Clancy chats about her new Period Podcast”