………in progress: currently writing about a) technology and the gendered politics of exit, b) feminist approaches to McLuhan’s formulation: The Medium is the Message, and c) a and b together.


In the Meantime: Temporality and Cultural Politics, Duke University Press, 2014.

***Reviewed in Cultural Studies; Media, Culture, and Society; Society and Space; Spectra; Institute of Network Cultures (Amsterdam); Itineration: Cross-Disciplinary Journal of Media and Rhetoric (video review); International Journal of Communication; Cultural Studies Review; ILR Review: Work and Policy; Canadian Journal of Communication

***Recipient of the 2014 National Communication Association Critical/Cultural Book of the Year Award

Selected Articles & Book Chapters

“Time to Care Less” in Sarah Murray and Jeremy Morris (ed) Appified University of Michigan Press (forthcoming 2018)

“Exit and the Extensions of Man” Transmediale Online Journal https://transmediale.de/content/exit-and-the-extensions-of-man April 2017

“Checked Baggage: An Afterword for Time and Globalization” in Time and Globalization edited by O’Brien, Susie and Tony Porter et al (Routledge: New York 2017)

“Temporality” in Laurie Ouellette and Jonathan Gray’s Keywords in Media Studies (New York: NY University Press, 2017)

“The Speed Trap: Of Taxis, Truck Stops and TaskRabbits” in Societies of Speed edited by Judy Wajcman and Nigel Dodd (Oxford University Press, 2017)

“Seizing Time and Ceasing Fire: Race and Mobility on the LA Gang Tour” co-authored with Armond Towns,Transfers Journal of Mobility Studies, Vol 6, Issue 1, March 2016.

“Because the Night Belongs to Lovers: Occupy and the Time of Precarity” Communication and Critical Cultural Studies Vol. 11, Nos. 1, 2014.

“Critical Time”, Communication and Critical Cultural Studies, Vol. 10, Nos. 2-3, June-September 2013.

“It Changes Space and Time: Introducing Power-Chronography” in Jeremy Packer and Steve Wiley (eds)Communication Matters: Materialities, Infrastructure, and Flows Routledge, 2012.

“The Biopolitical Economy of Time” Special Issue on Autonomism and Communication: Ten Years after Empire in Journal of Communication Inquiry, Oct 2011.

“PostFeminism Galore:  The Bond Girl as Weapon of Mass Consumption” (with Jeremy Packer) in Jeremy Packer’s Secret Agents: Popular Icons beyond James Bond (ed) Peter Lang: 2009.

“Taxicab Publics and the Production of Brown Space after 9/11”, Cultural Studies Vol. 24, No. 2 March 2010.

“The Great American Staycation and the Risk of Stillness” M/C Journal of Media and Culture 12 (1) March 2009.

“Baring Life and Lifestyle in the Non-Place” Cultural Studies, Volume 23 Issue 1, Jan 2009.

“Taxis as Media:  A Temporal Materialist Reading of the Taxicab” Social Identities:  Journal of Race, Nation, and Culture 14.4 July 2008.

“Jean Baudrillard at the Edge of the Technological Dynamo” Communication and Critical Cultural Studies, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2008.

Creative/Other Writing

“Selfie-Care and the Uncommons” Greig de Peuter and Christine Shaw (ed) Take, Care Letters and Handshakes/Blackwood Gallery, 2018.

“Students Uncover the Links Between Cities and Digital Space at the McLuhan Centre” http://cities.utoronto.ca/media-in-the-city-students-uncover-the-links-between-cities-space-and-the-digital-age/ (April 7 2017)

“Dear Megabyte: A letter from Mommy and Big Data” in From Dada to Data: The Dataist Manifesto, Museum of the Moving Image Magazine, March 2017