Many of these can be downloaded here.
“Carnivorous Anatomies: Art and Being Beasts,” in Reconfiguring the Non-Human (Routledge, forthcoming, 2018).
“Brother Swine: Inventing the Nuclear Model Organism.” Legacies of the Manhattan Project Conference (Hanford, Washington, March 2017).
“The Gerontology of Experiment: Old Dogs and New Medicine.” History of Medicine Working Group (Cambridge, MA, February 13, 2017).
“Dogged Experimentation and Waste: Memory, Science, and Time,” presented at Phunday, Cambridge, October 29, 2016.
“Sounding sacrifice: de-barking, volume, experimentation,” presented at Modern Sciences Working Group, Cambridge, September 28, 2016.
“Narrating the Birth of Narration: The Challenges and Possibilities of Fictional Representation of Language Acquisition,” presented at Cognitive Futures in the Humanities Conference, Helsinki, June 2016.
“Tasting/Testing Hogs: Cooking and Consumption as Science”, presented at 20th Annual CLIFF Conference, Appetites: Discourses of Consumption, University of Michigan, March 2016.
“A Revolution in Agricultural Affairs: Dronoculture, Precision, Capital”, in The Rise of the Good Drone (Routledge, 2017). Available at Amazon.
“Provocation: A Prairie Drone Companion”, Culture Machine, Vol. 16 (2015), here.
“Cutting Ourselves Apart: Learning the Human via the Pig”, presented at Reconfiguring Human and Non-human, University of Jyväskylä, Oct 29, 2015.
“Interview with Étienne Balibar”, The Harvard Advocate, 2015, here.
“The Military-Oenology Complex: Precision Farming and Homo Dronomicus”, presented at As Above, So Below, Lincoln, 2014.
“The Parallax Drone: Capital, Desire, Technology”, presented at Žižek Studies Conference, Cincinnati, 2014.
“Review: The Origins of Deconstruction. Edited by Martin McQuillan and Ika Willis,” The European Legacy 17 (5), 687-688 2012, here.
“Seeking Peace, Finding the Violence of the Real: Traumatic Ecologies and the Post-Political Present,” International Journal of Žižek Studies 6.1 (2012), here.
“Review: The Philosophy of Deception,” Humana Mente 20, 299 (2012).
“Can We (Still) Be Žižekians and Rancièreans?” with Thomas Hodgman, International Journal of Žižek Studies 5.3 (2011), here.