“Pre-application doctoral communications and gatekeeping in the academic profession.” HE Education Research Census 2022 Blog Series, July 2022.
“8. marts handler om fællesskab og feminisme.” solidaritet.dk, March 2020.
“As an academic, should I worry about my conference carbon footprint?” The Guardian, June 2019.
“Just Bodies: Limitations of “Body Positivity” Activism in Denmark.” Orlando, May 2019.
“Opening up the Black Box of Pre-application Doctoral Communications: Final Project Report.” (forthcoming 2022). Co-written with James Burford, Emily F. Henderson, Sophia Kier-Byfield, Dangeni and Ahmad Akkad.
“Close Reading as Critical Feminist Method.” Forthcoming in Intersectional Feminist Methodologies, Routledge, 2023. James Burford, Emily F. Henderson, Sophia Kier-Byfield, Dangeni and Ahmad Akkad
“Everyday Activism and Resistance by Minority Women in Denmark.” Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, vol. 7, no. 1, 2020. Co-written with Louise Rognlien.
“Revealing as Concealing: The Photographic Flash of the Epiphany in the Modernist Short Story.” Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, vol. 8, no. 1, 2018.
I was interviewed by The Feminist Library about feminist reading groups. Feminist Library Newsletter, September 2020.
Interview with Rebecca Tamás about her book WITCH. MAI: Journal of Feminism and Visual Culture, issue 5, winter 2020.
Interview with The Black Motherhood Project. MAI: Journal of Feminism and Visual Culture , issue 6, autumn 2020.
Contributions to edited books/zines
“An Invitation to Read.” Tracing the Tracks. Co-written with Århus Feminist Collective.
“Reading Together/Acting Together.” Re-Imagining Citizenship Handbook.
“Long Distance”. Bath Flash Fiction Volume I.
“Subjective Apocalypse.” Longlisted essay for the Thresholds International Short Story Feature Competition.
“The Stories of Objects.” Thresholds International Short Story Forum.
“Uncanny America: The Photography of Gregory Crewdson.” Anglo Files #182.
“Small Town Glory.” Thresholds International Short Story Forum
“Something To Hold On To: Review of Best British Short Stories 2016.” Thresholds International Short Story Forum