SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

Books in Progress

  • Homo Legens: Modes and Moods of Reading. 

Edited Volumes

  • Rivers of the Americas. Co-edited with Uwe Lübken. Special issue of Review of International American Studies (RIAS), vol. 14, no. 1, 2021 (forthcoming).

Journal Articles, Essays, and Book Chapters

  • “‘Down beside Where the Waters Flow’: Reclaiming Rivers for American Studies.” Co-authored with Uwe Lübken. Rivers of the Americas, special issue of Review of International American Studies (RIAS), vol. 14, no. 1, 2021 (forthcoming). 
  • “Pound e/o McLuhan: ideogrammi e mosaici per l’età elettrica” [Pound and/or McLuhan: Ideograms and Mosaics for the Electric Age]. Ezra Pound. Ein Intellektueller unter Intellektuellen/Un intellettuale tra intellettuali. Eds. Roberta Capelli and Ralf Lüfter. Milan: Ares, 2021 (forthcoming). 
  • “Philip K. Dick e l’alba delle macchine antropomimetiche: penso, dunque sono… ma che cosa? [“Philip K. Dick and the Dawn of the Anthropomimetic Machines: I Think, Therefore I Am... What?]. Umanesimo e rivolta in Blade Runner. Ridley Scott vs Philip K. Dick. Eds. Alessandro Clericuzio, Giorgio Pangaro, and Luigi Cimmino. Bari: Rubbettino, 2015. 33-45.  Read an excerpt.
  • “Toward an American Hauntology: Intermedial Ghosts in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior and Louise Erdrich’s Tracks.” Europe Facing Inter-Asian Cultural, Literary, Historical and Political Situations. Eds.  Elisabetta Marino and Lina Unali. Rome: UniversItalia, 2014. 197-209. Read an excerpt. 
  • "Native American Responses to America: William Apess and Leslie Marmon Silko.” Narrating American Gender and Ethnic Identities. Eds. Aleksandra Rozalska and Grazyna Zygadlo. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2013. 209-16. Read an excerpt. 
  • “Spectral Traces: Writing, Gender and Memory in Edith Wharton’s Ghost Stories.” Ácoma: International Journal of North-American Studies ns 1 (2011): 125-33. Read the abstract.
  • “Fluid Destiny: Memory and Signs in Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. 251-62. Read an excerpt.