Articles

Recent

“The Rise of the Critical Interview: The Formation of a Genre and the Institution of Theory.” NLH 50.2 (Spring 2019), forthcoming.

“Critical Theory and Cultural Studies.” The Discipline of English Studies. Ed. Bruce McComiskey. NCTE, forthcoming.

“The Book History of Theory.” Special Cluster from MLA Theory Forum. Profession (under consideration).

“University Studies.” The Bloomsbury Handbook of Literary and Cultural Theory. Ed. Jeffrey DiLeo. New York: Bloomsbury, 2018. 323-32.

“Criticism Live: The History and Practice of the Critical Interview.” Special issue on Literary Interviews. Biography 41.2 (2018): 235-55.

“The Debt Experience.” The Debt Age. Ed. Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Peter Hitchcock, and Sophia McClennen. New York: Routledge, 2018. 83-96.

“Generation Jones and Contemporary American Fiction.” ALH28.1 (2016): 94-122.

“Innovation for What? The Politics of Inequality in Higher Education.” Dissent(Winter 2016): 109-16.

“The Need for Critical University Studies.” A New Deal for the Humanities. Ed. Gordon Hutner and Feisal Mohammed. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2015. 145-59.

“Teaching the Professions.” Special issue on “The Professions.” Radical Teacher (2014). Online.

“The Remediation of Higher Education and the Harm of Student Debt.” Comparative Literature 50 (2013): 43-51.

“The Neoliberal Bias: On Neil Gross’s Why Are Professors Liberal?Los Angeles Review of Books 16 June 2013. Rpt. as “Is There a ‘Liberal Bias’ in Academia?” Salon 18 June 2013. Online.

“The Plutocratic Imagination (On Contemporary American Fiction).” Dissent (Winter 2013): 93-97.

“The Teachings of Student Debt.” Student Financing of Higher Education: A Comparative Perspective. Ed. Donald E. Heller and Claire Callender. London: Routledge, 2013.

“The Little Magazine and the Theory Journal.” Critical Inquiry 39.2 (2012): 402-11.

“The Rise of the Academic Novel.” ALH 24.3 (2012): 561-89.

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