Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
(To appear, 2019). Digital humanities and critical engagement: the case of the Scottish Corpus of Texts & Speech and Wee Windaes. In Deyrup, M. & Balkun, M. (Eds.), Transformative digital humanities: challenges and opportunities. Routledge.
(To appear, 2019). Twenty years of theological markup languages: a retro- and prospective. Theological Librarianship.
(2019). La bibliothèque n’a pas détruit le français (mais elle va le faire revivre): roles for Louisiana’s academic libraries in French revitalization. CODEX: The Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL 5(2), 87–101.
(2013). Iyaric as a Western cultural matrix for the translation of Sanskrit. Nikaṣa: Online Refereed Journal of Sanskrit Studies 2(2), 25-32.
(2011). And they were sore afraid: an analysis of angelophanic fear in the Old and New Testaments. American Journal of Biblical Theology 13(21).
(2010). Created equal: slavery and America’s Muslim heritage. CrossCurrents 60(4), 549-60.
(2019). Libraries and language preservation: a defining generational moment. Journal of New Librarianship 4(1), 137–41.
(2019). Linguistic equity as open access: internationalizing the language of scholarly communication. Journal of Academic Librarianship.
(2017). Response: the blind leading the seeing. Implicit Religion 20(4).
(2019, March 11). Altmetrics for energy research. Presented at Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library.
(2019, June 13). Defining digital theology: Barthian reflections on the role of open access and electronic publishing in the theological toolkit. To be presented at the Atla Annual conference, Vancouver, BC.
(2018, November 8). Applications of interlinguistics for improving interoperability and stability of metadata in linked open data environments. Presented at The future of cataloging: RDA, linked data, and more, Amigos Library Services online conference.
(2018, October 11). Implications of the deep web for academic libraries. In S. Hunt (Chair), The web is lovely, dark, and deep: a shallow dive beneath the surface. Panel conducted at the conference of the Minnesota Library Association, St. Cloud, MN.
(2017, June 28). Fiction writing as a form of pilgrimage in an invented religion. Presented at the fourth international online conference of the Pagan/Academic European Associates Network (PAEAN).
(2013, October 26). The eucharistic theology of Arthur Edward Waite as presented in the Tarot. Presented at the online conference of the American Tarot Association.
(2010, October 7). Bursting the dam: norm and exception in the career of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, 1848-1853. Presented at Normes et exceptions: norme entre obéissance, existence et résistance, conference of the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.
(2008, April 6). Created and creator: a comparison of Arian christology with the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Presented at the third annual University of Alaska Anchorage undergraduate philosophy conference, Anchorage, AK.
(2018). Druidry. Elders and priestesses. Heathenry. Neo Paganism. Radha and Gopi girls. In De-Gaia, S. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of women in world religions: faith and culture across history, Vols. 1 & 2. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Other Publications and Presentations
(2019, April 16). Leaving library school & entering the temple of Apollo. Hack Library School.
(2019, March 28). Vocational awe and the awesomeness of vocation. Hack Library School.
(2019, March 19). Academic travel culture is not only bad for the planet, it is also bad for the diversity and equity of research. LSE Impact Blog.
(2019, February 21). Academic currency and leprechaun gold. Hack Library School.
(2019, February 21). LibTech leadership: An interview with ALA Leadership Institute attendee Jennifer Chan. LITA Blog.
(2019, January 24). Library hand: An unexpected 21st century skill. Hack Library School.
(2018, November 22). Saving money with a second master’s. Hack Library School.
(2018, October 25). Let someone carry your excitement. Hack Library School.
(2018, September 25). How to cheat on the language skills section of your library résumé. Hack Library School.
(2018, June 7). Deferring library school (and getting a library job). Hack Library School.
(2017, June 8). Messengers of many gods: a response to the RSP interview with Tehri Utriainen. The Religious Studies Project.
(2017, March 28). Coeducation and the virtue gap. Feminism & Religion.
(2017, March 9). Theologies that cannot be: a response to the RSP interview with Dr. Caroline Blythe. The Religious Studies Project.
(2016, October 20). What is right with pagan studies? : a response to Ethan Doyle White. The Religious Studies Project.
(2016, July 16). Jesus in world religions. Guest lecture presented at Wood Lake Bible Camp, Grantsburg, WI.
(2013, February). It’s the new mother nature taking over: a re-reading of Edmund in Shakespeare’s King Lear. The Montreal Review.
(2011). The Empress’ bouquet: an analysis of the floral symbolism in Atu III. Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition 21(3).