Art and Cultural Criticism

17. “The Spirit of Things: On Personal Shopper.” Los Angeles Review of Books, April 2017.

16. “Unspeakable Appetites: On Cannibals in Film.” Lenny, March 2017.

15. “Unspeakable Appetites” in German! “Roh, nicht medium.” Der Freitag, March 2017.

14. “An Education: On Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight.” Los Angeles Review of Books, November, 2016.

13. “Feeling as a Kind of Knowing: On Rankine, Fanon, and the Lived Experience of Racism.” forthcoming in Open-Set.

12. “Bourne Again: Jason Bourne and the Politics of Self-Knowledge.” Los Angeles Review of Books, August 2016

11. “Precarious Paintings, Precarious Lives: On Kerry James Marshall’s Mastry.” Los Angeles Review of Books, June 2016.

10. On the Movement for Lynching Memorials, Lenny Letter, June 2016.

9. “Images to Work With: On the Ethics of Representation in Son of Saul.”
Los Angeles Review of Books, February 2016.

8. “On Kubrick’s Paths of Glory.”
Exhibition Catalogue. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

7. “How To Be Together: On Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years.”
Los Angeles Review of Books, December 2015.

6. “The Quietly Revolutionary Carol.” Lenny Letter, November 2015.

5. “Repetition and Difference in the Dardenne brothers’ Two Days One Night.”Los Angeles Review of Books, December 2014.

4. “On Kara Walker’s A Subtlety.” Los Angeles Review of Books, June 2014.

3. “The Unknown Inside: On Stranger by the Lake.” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 2014.

2. “Places of Remembrance.” On Stih and Schnock’s Holocaust Memorial. The Millions, September 2013.

1. On “The Rapist Next Door: On Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers.” The Millions,
April 2013.
 (though this was not my choice of title)

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