“[Rev. of] William James: Psychical Research and the Challenge of Modernity, by Krister Dylan Knapp.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History Vol. 48, no. 4 (Spring 2018): 572–74.

“[Rev. of] William James, Pragmatism, and American Culture, by Deborah Whitehead.” William James Studies Vol. 14, no. 1 (Spring 2018): 185-91.


Selected Conference Papers


 “’The Great Wells of Human Experience’: Communication, Reform, and Revolution in Chicago, 1884-1910.” Society for United States Intellectual History Conference, Chicago, November 2018.


“’The Heat and Jostle of the Crowd’: Jane Addams on Art and the Other.” North American Victorian Studies Association Annual Meeting, University of Florida, October 2018.


“Dynamite and Deliberation: Anarchist ‘Bomb-Talking’ and the Violence of Language.” McGill-Queens Graduate Conference in History, McGill University, March 2018.


“Crossing the Line: Division and Dialogue in Jane Addams’s Democratic Vision.” International Conference on Public Intellectuals, University of the Azores, May 2017. Invited to speak by Lawrence J. Friedman.


“On a Certain Silence: Literary Form Against Philosophy (Against Itself) in William James.” American Comparative Literature Association, Harvard University, March 2016. Nominated for the Horst Frenz Prize for best presentation by a graduate student.


“Varieties of Collective Individualism: William James and Émile Durkheim on Religious Life.” Graduate Conference in Intellectual History, Cambridge University, May 2015.

Panels Organized

“Philosophy and Literature Without Interdisciplinarity” (co-organizer), American Comparative Literature Association, Harvard University, March 2016.