“Laughing To Keep from Crying: Abbott Elementary’s Intervention in the Teacher Demoralization Crisis” in Television Comedy and Cultural Crisis eds Holly Holladay and Chandler Classen. Forthcoming.

JCMS Spotlight: Critical Pedagogy SIG Roundtable

Book Review: That’s Not Funny: How the Right Makes Comedy Work for Them by Nick Marx and Matt Sienkiewicz. New Review of Film and Television Studies, November. 2022

Editor,  Authenticity Week, In Media Res. 20 September 2021

“Congress As Comedy Audience: A Discursive Analysis of Televised Political Satire Cited in Congressional Debates.” In The Year In C-Span Center Research. Fall 2021. 

“Exploring Authenticity through Laughter and Performance in Young Adult Literature,” Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures. August 2021.

“Open mic?: Gendered Gatekeeping of Authenticity in Spaces of Live Stand-Up Comedy,” Feminist Media Histories. October 2020.

“Podcast,” Encyclopaedia of Gender, Media and Communication. Edited by Karen Ross. John Wiley & Sons. Summer 2020.

“The Labor Politics of Cameron Esposito and River Butchers ‘Put Your Hands Together’ Podcast,” In Media Res. 8 March 2020.

Book Review: Transgressive Humor of American Women Writersedited by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams. Studies in American Humor. Fall 2019.

“Classifying Stand-Up Specials with Netflix’s Algorithmic Genres” In Media Res. 22. April 2019.

“Millennial fandom and the failures of ‘Switched at Birth”s sexual assault education campaign,” Transformative Works and Cultures26. March 2018.

“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.

“That’s Not Funny! Cultural Capital and Comedic Critique”
In Media Res. 6 June 2016.

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).

“Congress as Comedy Audience: A Discursive Analysis of Televised Political Satire Cited in Congressional Debate,” The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research: Volume 6 (2021)


General Audience

Bitch Flicks

“The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and the Pathologizing of Female Desire,” November 5, 2015.

The Fosters Sexuality, and the Challenges of Parenting While Feminist,” September 25, 2015.

“Misogyny Demons and Wesley’s Tortured Masculinity in Joss Whedon’s Angel,” June 23, 2015.

“Invisible Fat Women on How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory,” April 20, 2015.

Entertainment Weekly

“Stars Holla: A Love Letter to the Gilmore Guys Podcast,” September 21, 2015.

 The Outtake

Smarter Audiences are not the reason niche comedy is thriving on TV,” September 8, 2016.

The Martian is about more than STEM. It’s also about the Humanities.”
October 5, 2015

Community: (Postmodern) Media Studies 101,” March 31, 2015.

Smile Politely

Keep Making Beautiful Things: Dr Kate Clancy chats about her new Period Podcast