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Book Projects


Biased Render: Digital Image Synthesis and Settler Culture (in progress)


Articles and Chapters


"Modeling Resistance: Indigenous Computational Bodies and Settler-Colonial Violence."

“The Women, They Hold the Ground”: Indigenous Women's Digital Media in North America. Eds. Joanna Hearne and Karrmen Crey. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2023. (in press)

“Critical Ecological Protocols in Indigenous Gamespace.” 

Games & Culture: A Journal of Interactive Media 17.1 (Spring 2022): 3-25.


“Experiments in Hybrid Documentary and Indigenous Model Animation.”

Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal 16.2 (Spring 2021): 6-20.

“Ethnographic Photobomb: The Materiality of Decolonial Image Manipulation.”

International Journal of Cultural Studies 24.3 (Spring 2021): 414-433.


“Indigenous Surveillance Cinema: Indian Education and the Truant On-screen." 

Surveillance & Society 18.4 (Fall 2020): 467-480.


"Monitoring Simulated Worlds in Indigenous Strategy Games." 

The Computer Games Journal 9.3 (Summer 2020): 311-329.


“Informatic Tactics: Indigenous Activism and Digital Cartographies of Gender-Based Violence.”

Information, Communication & Society 25 (Summer 2020): 431-448.


“Surveying the Frontier: Subjective Rendering and Occlusion in Open World Westerns.”

Gamevironments 12 (Summer 2020): 114-143.

"Biased Render: Indigenous Bodies in Algorithmic Production."  

Screen Bodies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Experience, Perception, and Display. Special Issue: "Screening Indigenous Bodies" 4.1 (Summer 2019): 48-71.

“Remediating the ‘Famous Indian Artist’:  Native Aesthetics Beyond Tourism and Tragedy.” 

Studies in American Indian Literatures 30.2 (Summer 2018): 79-105.

“Consuming the Wiindigoo: Native Figurations of Hunger and Food Bureaucracy.”

The Aesthetics and Politics of Global Hunger. Eds. Anastasia Ulanowicz and Manisha Basu. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 229-257.

“Ecological Protocols in Indigenous Game Design.”

In Media Res: "Moral Media." May 2017.

“Beasts of Burden: How Narrative Animals Remap the Aesthetics of Removal.”

Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, 3.2 (Fall 2014): 60-82.

“Navigating the ‘Erotic Conversion’: Transgression and Sovereignty in Native Literatures of the Northern Plains.”

Beyond the Border: Tensions across the Forty-Ninth Parallel in the Great Plains and Prairies. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013.

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