I am a cultural studies scholar and writer based in Berlin, Germany. In my work, I seek to trouble disciplinary boundaries separating scientific, artistic, activist, and philosophical practices and to generate connections across these classically segregated realms. My research is transdisciplinary in scope with a focus on bodies and biopolitics, and encompasses cultural histories of science and knowledge, North American studies, technoscience studies, political ecology, and feminist and queer theories. I have published articles in the journals European Journal of Women's Studies, Women's Studies Quarterly, and Feral Feminisms, and am currently co-editing a special issue of Somatechnics on Data Matters. I teach in the gender studies MA program at the Center for Transdisciplinary Gender Studies at Humboldt University in Berlin, and from 2016-18 I was a fellow at the Rhizome Project on Gender & Science at the Image Knowledge Gestaltung Cluster of Excellence. My ongoing projects include the Radical Encounter podcast co-hosted with Patricia Silva, the NYC Feminist Film Week at Anthology Film Archives, and the environmental performance collective Harmattan Theater. I hold a PhD in Comparative Literary & Cultural Studies, along with a certificate in Art & Philosophy, from Stony Brook State University of New York.
"Incorporeal Conditions: Elizabeth Grosz's Ontoethics" review of The Incorporeal by Elizabeth Grosz. Freiburger Zeitschrift Nr. 24, 2018.
"Liminal politics: Performing feminine difference with Hélène Cixous." European Journal of Women's Studies, "Femininity Revisited" Special Issue, 2018.
Vital Differences. Indeterminacy & the Biomedical Body. Stony Brook State University of New York. ProQuest, 2017.
"Aquapelagic Assemblages: Performing Urban Ecology with Harmattan Theater." (with May Joseph). WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, "At Sea" Special Issue. Vol. 45, No. 1, 2017.
"The Brain’s Body: Neuroscience and Corporeal Politics by Victoria Pitts-Taylor." Zentrum für transdisziplinäre Geschlechterstudien Bulletin Info Nr. 53, 2016.
"Moving Dangers: Motion, Danger, and the Queer Body in Performance." Feral Feminisms. Issue 5: Untimely Bodies, 2016.
“The Morning They Shot Anavere,” Ink, Sweat & Tears, 2018
Natural Language. Dancing Girl Press, 2017
TALKS & LECTURES
TALK "A Kind of Derangement: The Pathogenic Temporalities of Chemical Sensitivity" SLSA Society for Literature, Science & the Arts 32nd Annual Conference | Toronto, Canada. 15-18 November, 2018
TALK “Material (Dis)Unities: historicizing celiac disease as a disorder of malabsorption in Willem Dicke's Experimental Studies 1948-49” European Society for the History of Science Biennial Conference | London, U.K. 14-17 September, 2018
INVITED LECTURE NOISE Graduate Summer School, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. 28 August, 2018
TALK "Aquatopia: Performing Ecology as Community in Urban Spaces" Interspecies Entanglements panel. "Urban Matters: Material Engagements with Communities and Borders in Times of Movement" 9th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms | Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 22 June, 2018