Monographs

  • The Corporation in the American Imagination (EUP, in preparation)
  • The Presence of the Past in the Novels of Toni Morrison. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013.

Edited Volumes

  • Financial Times: Competing Temporalities in the Age of Financial Capitalism. Co-edited with Christian Kloeckner. Special Issue. Finance & Society, 4.1 (2018).
  • Poetry Imagines the Law. Co-edited with Birte Christ. Amerikastudien/American Studies: A Quarterly. Special Issue. 62.2. Summer 2017.
  • Violence and Open Spaces: The Subversion of Boundaries and the Transformation of the Western Genre. Co-edited with Christa Buschendorf and Katja Sarkowsky. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017.

Articles and Book Chapters

  • “Legal and Poetic Figurations of Wholeness in from unincorporated territory and the Insular Cases.” Franziska Quabeck, ed. Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics. Special Focus “Law and Literature,” 20 (2021).
  • “’No more little boxes’ – Poetic Positionings in the Literary Field” Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 69.1 (2021): 91-104.
  • “‘To Be Reckoned in the Gross’: Corporate Storytelling and Quantified Selves in Joshua Ferris’ Then We Came to the End.” Laboring Bodies and the Quantified Self. Regina Schober and Ulf Reichardt, eds. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2020.
  • “The Silence of the Soulless Corporation: Corporate Agency in James Fenimore Cooper’s The Bravo.” Law & Literature (2020)
  • “Financial Times: Competing Temporalities in the Age of Financial Capitalism. An Introduction.” (co-authored with Christian Kloeckner). Financial Times: Competing Temporalities in the Age of Financial Capitalism. Co-edited with Christian Kloeckner. Special Issue. Finance & Society, 4.1 (2018): 1-14.
  • “An Aesthetics of Resolution and the Figure of the Renegade: A Conversation.” Interview with Gerald Nestler (with Christian Kloeckner). Financial Times: Competing Temporalities in the Age of Financial Capitalism. Co-edited with Christian Kloeckner. Special Issue. Finance & Society, 4.1 (2018): 126-43.
  • “Black Women’s Business: Female Entrepreneurship and Economic Agency in Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child.” Power Relations in Black Lives: Reading African American Literature and Culture with Bourdieu and Elias. Christa Buschendorf, ed. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2018. 145-165.
  • “Exceeding Determinacy in the Language of Personhood: Citizens United, Corporations, and the Poetry of Timothy Donnelly and Thomas Sayers Ellis.” Poetry Imagines the Law. Birte Christ und Stefanie Mueller, eds. Amerikastudien/American Studies: A Quarterly. Special Issue. 62.2. Summer 2017. 301-322.
  • “Towards a Legal Poetics.” (Introduction, co-authored) Poetry Imagines the Law. Birte Christ und Stefanie Mueller, eds. Amerikastudien/American Studies: A Quarterly. Special Issue. 62.2. Summer 2017. 149-168.
  • “National and Economic Incorporation in HBO’s Deadwood.” Christa Buschendorf, Stefanie Mueller and Katja Sarkowsky, eds. Violence and Open Spaces: The Subversion of Boundaries and the Transformation of the Western Genre. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017. 167-186.
  • “Violence and Space in the Post-Western.” (Introduction, co-authored) Christa Buschendorf, Stefanie Mueller and Katja Sarkowsky, eds. Violence and Open Spaces: The Subversion of Boundaries and the Transformation of the Western Genre. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017. 7-30.
  • “State, Law, and Violence in Charles Chesnutt’s The Marrow of Tradition.” Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, 24.1 (2017): 51-75.
  • “House of Lies and the Management of Emotions.” Sieglinde Lemke and Wibke Schniedermann, eds. Class Divisions in Serial Television. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 143-158.
  • “’A man is whatever room he’s in’ – Identity, Home, and Nostalgia in AMC’s Mad Men.” Caroline Rosenthal, Stefanie Schäfer, eds. Fake Identity? The Impostor Narrative in North American Culture. Campus Verlag, 2014. 192-209.
  • “’Standing Up To Words’ – Writing and Resistance in Toni Morrison’s A Mercy.” Black Studies Papers (May 2014): n.p.
  • “Corporate Power and the Public Good in Sloan Wilson’s The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.” COPAS Vol. 14, 2013: n.p.
  • “The State Nobility? The Power of the Academic Elite in Donna Tartt’s The Secret History.” Laurenz Volkmann, ed. Education and the USA. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011.133-141.