editor, Troubling the Grounds: Global Configurations of Blackness, Nativism, and Indigeneity (2021), Postmodern Culture

“Can I Get a Witness? Black Feminism, Trans Embodiment, and Thriving Past the Fault Lines of Care,” (forthcoming 2022), Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International. [1-33]

recent (2018 – 2021)

“Black Life, Trans Study: On Black Nonbinary Method, European Trans Studies, & the Will to Institutionalization,” (2021), TSQ: “Europa” [1-19] (read)

“What Is to Be Done? A Foreword, After” FMLS 1-4 (read)

“Queer of Color Space-Making in and beyond the Academic Industrial Complex,” (with P. Bacchetta, F. El-Tayeb, Jin Haritaworn, J. Hernandez, V.E. Thompson, and T. Willoughby-Herard) (2018), Critical Ethnic Studies Journal (read)

Black Italianità: Citizenship and Belonging in the Black Mediterranean (2020), California Italian Studies: “Italia senza frontiere (Borderless Italy)” (read)

The Black Mediterranean and the Politics of Imagination,” (2018) Middle East Report: “Suffering and the Limits of Relief” (read)

“Enfants métis et relations sexuelles interraciales en Afrique orientale italienne,” (2018), Sexe, race et colonies

“Queer Italian Studies: Critical Reflections from the Field” (with Charlotte Ross & Julia Heim), (2019), Italian Studies (read)

co- editor (with Julia Heim and Charlotte Ross), (2019), gender / sexuality / italy: “Italian Queer Cultures” (read)

“Trump, Conte, and Comparison in the Authoritarian World Order,” (2018), National Political Science Review

“Queer of Color Space-Making in and beyond the Academic Industrial Complex,” (with Paola Bacchetta, Fatima El-Tayeb, Jin Haritaworn, Jillian Hernandez, Vanessa Thompson, and Tiffany Willoughby-Herard) (2018), Critical Ethnic Studies Journal(read)

editor (w/ Achille Mbembe), (2015), Johannesburg Salon, Vol. 8: Archives of the Non-Racial, The Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism.

recent poetry, public scholarship, reviews

Choose Your Quarantine House” in Catapult

some call it a comeback” in The Feminist Wire – Trans Multitudes

“Postcolonialism and the Cultural Industry: Complicity and Resistance: Review of The Postcolonial Cultural Industry by Sandra Ponzanesi,” (2016), Postcolonial Studies (read)

On the need to claim (physical) QTBIPOC spaces” (with gens QTBPOC collective), (2017), contemp+orary .

“Rictus,” “Qui è dove si trova la follia,” “La punta di spillo segna dove sei,” “familiare” four poems in La Libellula Magazine