For a complete list of my publications, please see my curriculum vitae.
Chapters and Articles
“Costs of Corporate Christian Conscience: How Women, Queers, and People of Color Are Paying for Hobby Lobby’s Sincerely Held Beliefs,” in Religion in the Age of Obama, ed. Juan M. Floyd-Thomas and Anthony Pinn. New York: Bloomsbury, 2018.
“Manning the High Seat: Seiðr as Self-Making in Contemporary Norse Neopaganisms,” in Magic in the Modern World, ed. Marco Edward Bever and Randall Styers. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2017.**
“Mormon Traditions: Gender, Sexuality, and Embodiment,” in Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Embodied Religion, ed. Kent Brintnall. London: Macmillan (2016).
“Gender,” in The Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements, ed. George D. Chryssides and Benjamin E. Zeller. New York: Bloomsbury (2014).
“Sexuality Studies,” in The Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements, ed. George D. Chryssides and Benjamin E. Zeller. New York: Bloomsbury (2014).
“Sexuality and American Religions,” in Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, Second Edition, eds. David Leeming, Katherine Madden, and Stanton Marlon. New York: Springer New York Heidelberg Dordrecht London (2014).
Review of Muslim Cool: Race, Religion, and Hip-Hop in the United States, by Su’ad Abdul Khabeer. American Academy of Religion’s Reading Religion.
“Dis/enchantment: Locating Modernity between Secularism and ‘The Sacred.’” Review of The Place of Enchantment: British Occultism and the Culture of the Modern by Alex Owen and Authors of the Impossible: The Paranormal and the Sacred, by Jeffrey Kripal. WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly 40: 3&4 (Fall/Winter 2012): 326 – 333.
“Costs of Corporate Conscience: How Women, Queers, and People of Color Are Paying for Hobby Lobby’s Sincerely-Held Beliefs,” in Religion in the Age of Obama, ed. Juan Marcial Floyd-Thomas and Anthony Pinn. New York: Bloomsbury.
“Becoming Muslim: Deleuze and the Racialization of American Islam,” in Deleuze and Islam, ed. Michael Muhammad Knight. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
“‘I Can Take Your Eyes’: Islam and Gendered Surveillance in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,” in New Approaches to Islam in Film, ed. Kristian Petersen. London: Routledge.
“Gendering the End of Days: Religion and Abuse in ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,’” Crosscurrents (special issue on apocalyptic media).**
Review of Proclaiming Liberation: The Historical Roots of LGBT Religious Organizing, 1946–1976, by Heather Rachelle White. Journal of Religion.