Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Forthcoming  ‘Abiding Ancestral Time and Toxic Flows at an Australian Landfill.’ Hazardous Time-ScapesHow to Tell Stories of Toxicity from Multiple Timed, Spaced, and Embodied Perspectives, eds. Simone M. Müller and May-Brith Ohman Nielsen. Ohio University Press, Ecology and History Series.

Forthcoming ‘Life is a Woven Basket of Relations’ KIN: Thinking with Deborah Bird Rose, eds. Thom Van Dooren and Matthew Chrulew. Cambridge University Press. 

2019 ‘Rain’ Cultural Studies Review 25.2 pp. 300 – 302

2019 ‘Place Remembered: Unearthing Hidden Histories in Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden’, Australian Humanities Review 65 pp. 20 – 64.

2018 ‘In the Shadow of a Willow Tree: A Community Garden Experiment in Decolonising, Multispecies Research’, Cultural Studies Review 24 (1) pp. 74–101.

2014 ‘Becoming-With,’ Environmental Humanities 5, pp. 277 – 281.

2014 ‘An Ethics of Entanglement for the Anthropocene,’ SCAN: Journal of Media, Arts, Culture 10 (1). Online.

2012 ‘Bunnies, Bilbies and the Ethic of Ecological Remembrance,’ M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 15 (3). Online.

2012 ‘Pining for the Present: Ecological Remembrance and Healing in the Armidale State Forest,’ Journal of Environmental Philosophy 9 (1) pp. 109–126.

2012 ‘Armidale’s Imported Autumn,’ Transformations: Journal of Media and Culture 21. Online.

2010 ‘Signatures of Resistance: Graffiti as a Form of Self-Inscription at Thunderbolt’s Rock, Uralla (NSW)’ in Anthony Lambert (ed.) NEO: Journal for Higher Degree Research Students in the Social Sciences and Humanities 3. Online.

Alternative Peer Reviewed Publications

Forthcoming ‘Iwata.’ Living with the Anthropocene. (Eds. Cameron Muir, Kirsten Wehner and Jenny Newell) Sydney: NewSouth

Forthcoming ‘A Manifesto for Creature Languages’ Hacking the Anthropocene: Feminist, Queer, Anticolonial Propositions. (Eds. Jennifer Mae Hamilton, Astrida Neimanis, and Sigi Jottkandt)London: Open Humanities Press.

Book Reviews in Peer-Reviewed Journals

2010 Review of ‘Creative Nation: Australian Cinema and Cultural Studies’ (Edited by Amit and Reema Sarwal), Media International Australia, 134.

Published Conference Proceedings

2012 ‘An “Upside-Down land”: Contested Rock Formations in the New England Landscape (Australia)’ the Permanent European Conference for the Study of Rural Landscapes Conference Proceedings pp. 172 – 183.

2009 ‘Manicured Nature: Nativism, Authenticity and Belonging in the Armidale State Forest (NSW)’ in Julie Lunn (ed.) Proceedings of Curtin University ‘Creative Margins’ Conference, 2009.


2014 (with Dr Catherine Simpson) ‘Rethinking Ecology in the Anthropocene: Knowledges, Practices, Ethics and Politics’ [editorial] SCAN: Journal of Media, Arts, Culture 10 (1). Online.

2012 (with Dr Catherine Simpson) ‘Ecology and Collaboration’ [editorial] M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 15 (3). Online.

Edited Collections

2014 – 2019 Co-editor with Dr Emily O’Gorman ‘Living Lexicon for the Environmental Humanities’, Environmental Humanities.

2014 Co-Editor with Dr Catherine Simpson ‘Rethinking Ecology in the Anthropocene: Knowledges, Practices, Ethics, Politics’ edition of SCAN: Journal of Media, Arts, Culture 10 (1).

2012 Co-Editor with Dr Catherine Simpson  ‘Ecology’ edition of M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 15 (3).

Online Publications

2017 ‘Iwata’ in Everyday Futures: Australia in the Age of Humans.

2017 The Weathering Map (A collaboration with Rebecca Giggs, Astrida Neimanis, Kate Wright and Tessa Zettel):A digital Map of Local Microclimates for The Chart Collective mapping project.

2014 ‘B for Becoming’ in the ABC’s of Multispecies Studies The Multispecies Salon: A Companion to the Book.

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