"A Transmedia Topology of Making a Murderer."

"A Transmedia Topology of Making a Murderer."

This article constructs a transmedia topology of Making a Murderer, mapping ecologies of interaction, participation and creation between text and audience, to trace the thresholds of the transmedial text and investigate new approaches to analysing nonfiction transmedia. Note: This article is currently being translated into Spanish for an anthology on American television, by researchers at the National University in Mexico.

VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5, no. 10 (2016): 124-139. 

“Rewilding Form: Recent Approaches to Complexity in Literary Studies.”

“Rewilding Form: Recent Approaches to Complexity in Literary Studies.”

A discussion of how rewilding, or the restoration of wild spaces in ecological contexts, has analogues in contemporary writing and critical studies. A view of how modern epistemologies defer to complexity as the "natural" form of cultural and biological processes.

Interdisciplinary Literary Studies18.2 (2016).