In progress:

“The Tale of Two Museums: Representing Blackness and Jewishness Between Poland and the United States.” (From Museum “Polin” in Warsaw to the National Museum of African American History in Washington D.C.)

Forthcoming:

“Being James Baldwin, or Everything Is Personal.” Special issue of The New Centennial Review, eds., John Drabinski and Grant Farred. Submitted in copyediting. Spring 2016.

Published:

“No House in the World for James Baldwin: Reading Transnational Black Queer Domesticity in St. Paul-de-Vence.” Spatial Perspectives: Essays on Literature and Architecture, eds. T. Mulholland and N. Sierra. Bern, Oxford: Peter Lang: 215-247.

“‘Chained Together in Time and Space’: W.E.B. Du Bois Looks at the Warsaw Ghetto, James Baldwin Regards the Harlem Ghetto.” Special issue, “Black Europe: Subjects, Struggles, and Shifting Perceptions,” of Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International (SUNY Press). Edited by Jean-Paul Rocchi (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée) & Frédéric Sylvanise (Université Paris-Nord Villetaneuse). Vol 4 (2) 2015: pp. 97-112.

“‘The House is Not a Home’: Private Challenges of Preserving James Baldwin’s Public Legacy.” In: “James Baldwin and the Question of Privacy: A Roundtable,“ ed., Brian Norman. The James Baldwin Review. Volume 1, 2015: http://jbr.openlibrary.manchester.ac.uk/index.php/jbr/article/view/14 (October 13, 2015).

“James Baldwin’s Global Imagination.” The Cambridge Companion to James Baldwin. Edited by Michele Elam. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp.: 211-226.

“Harlem Streets Can Talk: Affective Disorders of Characterization in the Fiction of James Baldwin.” Black Harlem and the Jewish Lower East Side: Narratives out of Time. Ed. Catherine Rottenberg. SUNY Press, 2013: 133-159.

“From Istanbul to St. Paul-de-Vence: James Baldwin’s The Welcome Table.” James Baldwin: America and Beyond, eds., Bill Schwartz and Cora Kaplan. June 2011, University of Michigan Press, pp. 188-208.

Review Essay of Blackness and Disability: Critical Examinations and Cultural Interventions, ed., Christopher M. Bell. Lit Verlaag, 2010. Collegium for African American Research web site: (August 10, 2011).

“From Baldwin’s Paris to Benjamin’s: The Architectonics of Race and Sexuality in Giovanni’s Room. In Walter Benjamin and Architecture. Ed. Gevork Hartoonian. Routledge: London and New York, 2010: 51-73.

“Global Feminisms and the Polish ‘Woman’: Cultural and Historical Contexts of Representing Activism and the Feminine since 1989.” With Justine M. Paś. Kritika Kultura 16 (A Refereed Electronic Journal of Literary, Cultural, and Language Studies: Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines): http://kritikakultura.ateneo.net/

“Recasting Global Feminisms: Towards a Comparative Historical Approach to Feminist Scholarship and Women’s Activism.” Co-authored with Jayati Lal, Kristin McGuire, Abigail J. Stewart, and Justine Pas. Feminist Studies 36.1 (2010): 13-39.

“‘In the Same Boat’: James Baldwin and the Other Atlantic.” Historical Guide to James Baldwin, ed., Douglas F. Field. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009: 177-211.

“The Borderland Foundation in Sejny, Poland.” The Journal of the International Institute, University of Michigan, Spring 2009: 14-15.

“James Baldwin: ‘Stranger in the Village’/Obcy w wiosce.” Czarno na Białym. Afroamerykanie, którzy zmienili Amerykę (Black on White: African Americans Who Changed America). Eds., Ewa Łuczak and Andrzej Antoszek. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawkiego (Warsaw University Press). Warsaw, Poland: 2008: 87-117.

“Racing Transatlantic Passages: James Baldwin’s African ‘America’ and Immigrant Studies.” Cultural Psychology of Immigrants, ed. Ramaswami Mahalingam. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006: 169-96.

“From Baldwin’s Paris to Benjamin’s: The Architectonics of Race and Sexuality in Giovanni’s Room.” Architectural Theory Review. Vol. 10, No. 1, 2005: 44-63.