articles and chapters

On Making Fleshly Difference: Humanity and Animality in Gregory of Nyssa,” Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception 7, no.1-2 (2018): 39-58.

The Political Ecology of Dignity: Human Dignity and the Inevitable Returns of Animality.” Modern Theology 33, no.4 (2017): 549-69.

Beyond Ecological Democracy: Black Feminist Thought and the End of Man,” Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory 16, no.2 (2017): 196-211.

“They Fell Silent when We Stopped Listening: Apophatic Theology and ‘Asking the Beasts’,” in Turning to the Heavens and the Earth: Theological Insights into Hope, Wisdom, and Creativity for Life on Planet Earth, Essays in Honor of Elizabeth A. Johnson, eds. Julia Brumbaugh and Natalia Imperatori-Lee, 26-44. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2016.

“The Logos of God and the End of Man: Animality as Light and Life,” in Divinanimality: Animal Theory, Creaturely Theology, ed. Stephen Moore, 146-60. New York: Fordham University Press, 2014.

“Jacques Derrida, Gregory of Nyssa and the Human-Animal Distinction in the Song of Songs,” in The Bible and Posthumanism, ed. Jennifer Koosed, 199-223. Vol. 74, Semeia Studies. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2014.

“’Marvel at the intelligence of unthinking creatures!’: Animal Subjectivity and Religious Perfection in Gregory of Nazianzus and Evagrius of Pontus,” in Animals as Religious Subjects, eds. Celia Deane-Drummond, David Clough, and Rebecca Artinian-Kaiser, 191-207. London: T & T Clark, 2013.

“Gregory of Nyssa on Language, Naming God’s Creatures, and the Desire of the Discursive Animal,” in Genesis and Christian Theology, ed. Nathan MacDonald, Mark Elliot, and Grant Macaskill, 103-16. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2012.

“Incarnation and Omnipresence: Hopkins, Scotus, Particularity and Pantheism,” Hopkins Quarterly 34, no. 3-4 (2007): 102-16.