Discussions of my research
The New Museum, Department of Education and Public Engagement's Fall 2015
R&D (Research and Development) series "Persona" 4 December 2015.
"The New Universal" Sydney Review of Books, 17 October 2014.
“Are the Rules of Stealing Art Changing?” Big Think, 13 April 2012.
“Is Parasitism the Future of Feminist Art?” Big Think, 17 July 2011.
“Culture/Art: A Culture Philosopher About ‘Parasitical Feminism’ in Art” FashionOffice Magazine, 16 July 2011.
“Performativity Without Borders” Artforum and e-flux‘s Art&Education, July 2011.
Discussions of my teaching
"Students Explore Role of 'Parasites' in Performance" Cornell Chronicle ("At Home in the Network: The Art and Media of Imposition," Spring 2013)
“Hottest College Courses,” The Daily Beast (Course: "Bad in a Good Way: The Art of Failure," Fall 2010)
"Pop culture has long been a subject of serious academic inquiry, and but perhaps no more so than in recent years...If you are curious why many of the professors teaching these types of courses still feel the need to justify themselves in their course descriptions with prefaces about the importance of mass media, television, and popular culture, Brown’s “Bad in a Good Way” examines the way we maintain the boundary between “good” and “bad” in culture."
Dept of Modern Culture and Media Graduatuation 2013, Brown University
("Bad in a Good Way: The Art of Failure," Fall 2010)