In addition to The Cinema of Sofia Coppola, I have published articles and edited collections on film adaptation, chick flicks and visual culture. I am currently compiling The Bloomsbury Handbook to Sofia Coppola, a comprehensive reference work on the award-winning American director, with contributions on her films, commercial work, and cultural influence written by an international group of scholars and industry professionals.
“a must-read for anyone interested in the momentum of chick flicks in cinema”Journal of Popular Culture
“The House of Single Women,” The New Women: Visual Representations of the Female in the 20th Century, ed. Patrick Roessler & Lina Buttgereit, forthcoming
“Refashioning the Modern American Dream: The Great Gatsby, The Wolf of Wall Street, and American Hustle,” The Journal of American Culture 41.2 (June 2018): 153-75.
“Apple ‘Porn’: Design Videos as Seduction and Exploitation,” Class, Race and Corporate Power 6.1 (2018)
“45 Years and ‘In Another Country’: Layers and Fissures in Cinematic Adaptation,” Literature/Film Quarterly 45.4 (Fall 2017)
“Terrence Malick’s Intimations of Immortality: The Tree of Life as Cinematic Ode,” Verse, Voice and Vision: Poetry and the Cinema, ed. Marlisa Santos (Scarecrow, 2013). 137-51.
“Marie Antoinette: Fashion, Third-Wave Feminism, and Chick Culture” (co-authored with Mallory Young) Literature/Film Quarterly 38 (2010): 98-116.
“Fashioning Femininity in the Makeover Flick,” Chick Flicks: Contemporary Women at the Movies, ed. Suzanne Ferriss and Mallory Young (New York: Routledge, 2008): 41-57.
“Narrative and Cinematic Doubleness: Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones’s Diary,” Chick Lit: The New Woman’s Fiction, ed. Suzanne Ferriss and Mallory Young (New York: Routledge, 2006): 71-84.
“Unclothing Gender: The Postmodern Sensibility in Sally Potter’s Orlando” (co-authored with Kathleen Waites), Literature/Film Quarterly 27.2 (1999): 110-16.
“Emma Becomes Clueless,” Jane Austen in Hollywood, ed. Linda Troost and Sayre Greenfield (University of Kentucky Press, 1998): 122-29. (Reprinted in the Norton Critical Edition, 2001.)
“The Other in Woody Allen’s Another Woman,” Literature/Film Quarterly 24 (1996): 432-38.