Works In Progress
Myth and Menagerie, Seeing Lions in France, 1793-1900, book manuscript in progress, under contract with Yale University Press, expected January, 2024.
"Lion Attacking a Dromedary (1867), or How to See Like an Imperial Citizen," for a special issue of Curator, (edited by Jessica Landau) entitled, NOTORIOUS: Potentials and limits of curating infamous objects, the fraught history of natural history collecting and display, expected spring 2023.
"Beaver Society," and "Lion: The Trap of Meaning," for a forthcoming dictionary of global animal history, edited by Pierre Serna, expected 2024.
"Pigeon Temporalities and the Speed of Information in the Nineteenth Century," essay for a media studies edited volume, expected 2024, edited by Colleen Boggs, Petra McGillgen, and Katie Hornstein
"Henri Durand-Brager and the Question of the Panoramic," to appear in L'art de la bataille. Stratégies visuelles de la scène de bataille de la Renaissance à nos jours, ed. Pauline Lafille and Jerome Delaplanche, L'Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis, in press, expected late 2023.