Born This Way: Science, Citizenship, and Inequality in the American LGBTQ+ Movement (under contract with University of Chicago Press).
"A Conservative Right to Privacy: Legal, Ideological, and Coalitional Transformations in U.S. Social Conservatism," Law & Social Inquiry [Accepted December 2020].
- Recipient of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus Bailey Award for the Best Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2019.
"From Pathology to 'Born Perfect': Science, Law, and Citizenship in American LGBTQ+ Advocacy," Perspectives on Politics [FirstView link].
"The Racial Disparity Politics of Biomedical Research: Disaggregating Categories into New Essentialisms," nonsite (Winter 2020), [link].
"The Scientific Gaze in American Transgender Politics: Contesting the Meanings of Sex, Gender, and Gender Identity in the Bathroom Rights Cases,” Politics & Gender 15, no.2 (June 2019): 336-60 [link].
Book Reviews & Scholarly Essays:
Book review on Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict (New York: Oxford University Press, 2020), Perspectives on Politics, (March 2021).
"Beyond 'Born This Way," Psyche (Aeon), February 24, 2021, [link].
"From Mutual Aid to Welfare State and Back Again," The Nation, December 28/January 4 2021 Issue [link].
“The Supreme Court, Capital, and Queer Equality,” The Nation, June 16, 2020, [link].
“Abortion After the Pandemic,” Dissent, May 13, 2020, [link].
“The State of Biopower in the Age of the Coronavirus,” Los Angeles Review of Book’s The Philosophical Salon, April 16, 2020, [link].
“Beyond Intersectionality,” The Nation, February 24, 2020, [link].
“Labor Has Only One Candidate,” Jacobin, September 22, 2019, w/ Carly Regina, [link].
“Did Representative Dwight Evans Flip Flop on Medicare for All?,” Philadelphia Inquirer, July 25, 2019, w/ Carly Regina, [link].
“The Next LGBTQ+ Movement Is the Movement for Economic Equality,” Philadelphia Inquirer, June 6, 2019, w/ Carly Regina, [link].
Works in Progress:
Roundtable on the August 2019 Science Genome-Wide Association Study on Sexual Orientation, GLQ [Invitation to Submit to Special Issue on "The Science of Sex 'Itself" - Under Review].
"The Impossibility of Liberation: Queer Political Thought Since the New Left" [Under Review].
“Assuaging the Anxious Matriarch: Social Conservatives and Radical Feminists Against Trans Rights," Feminism Against Cisness, ed. Emma Heaney [Invited Chapter - Accepted with Minor Revisions].
"Uneven Development: Sex, Gender, and Unsteady Progress in the Post-Fordist U.S." w/ Briana Last [In Progress]