These peer-reviewed pieces have appeared as articles in academic journals or chapters in edited collections of essays. Click on the title of each essay for further details.
FORTHCOMING: Blame the War, Not the Troops: Good Kill. Journal of War and Culture: Aesthetics of Drone Warfare Special Issue, ed. by Beryl Pong and Sophie Maxwell [details tbc].
FORTHCOMING: The Ticking Bomb Drone Strike: Drone Warfare and Emergency Ethics in Eye in the Sky. In: Drone Warfare and Post-9/11 Cultural Practices, ed. by Muhammad Waqar Azeem (Palgrave).
FORTHCOMING: Camp X-Ray and the Task of Critique: Torturability and the Politics of Ethical Recognition in Guantanamo. Journal of Film and Video [details tbc].
The Conceptual Architecture of a Guantanamo Rape Joke (2018).
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 44.1 (2018), pp. 107-130.
A close reading of a prison rape joke in Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay.
Islam, Uncertainty, and the Fragility of the Surveillant Gaze in Homeland (2018).
Edited by Antonia Mackay and Susan Flynn
(London: Palgrave, 2018), pp. 125-143.
A critique of the Islamophobia and racism of Homeland, with an emphasis on the show's representation of surveillance.
Torture, Survival, and Masculinity in Ian Fleming’s Bond Novels (2017).
Feminist Theory 18.2 (2017), pp. 137-158.
An argument about the parallels between torture and seduction in Ian Fleming's Bond novels.
BONUS ESSAY: Some arseholes on the internet were rude about this article, so I wrote this little essay.
The Lion and the Unicorn 40.3 (2016), pp. 245-261.
A critical reading of the anti-torture position of Young Adult novel Guantanamo Boy.
Adversarial Masculinities in Two Fictions of Ticking Bomb Torture (2014).
Edited by Sue Malvern and Gabriel Koureas
(London: IB Tauris, 2014), pp. 181-201.