“‘An Art of Both Caring and Locking Up’: Biopolitical Thresholds in the Zoological Garden,” SubStance 43:2 (2014; “Fabled Thought: On Jacques Derrida’s The Beast & the Sovereign,” ed. Matthew Chrulew and Chris Danta), pp. 124-147.

“Pastoral Counter-Conducts: Religious Resistance in Foucault’s Genealogy of Christianity,” Critical Research on Religion 2:1 (April 2014; “Theology and Treason,” ed. Roland Boer), pp. 55-65.

“Preventing and Giving Death at the Zoo: Heini Hediger’s ‘Death Due to Behaviour’,” Animal Death, ed. Fiona Probyn-Rapsey and Jay Johnston (Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2013), pp. 221-238.

“Two by Two, Antennae 25 (2013; “Animals and Painting”), pp. 50-54.

“Suspicion and Love,” Foucault Studies 15 (February 2013; “Foucault and Religion,” ed. John McSweeney), pp. 9-26.

“Animals in Biopolitical Theory: Between Agamben and Negri,” New Formations 76 (2012; “The Animals Turn,” ed. Wendy Wheeler and Linda Williams), pp. 53-67.

  • Italian translation: “Gli animali nella biopolitica, fra Agamben e Negri,” trans. Elisa Giuliana, Animal Studies. Rivista italiana di antispecismo 4 (2013; “Gli animali di Foucault,” ed. Lorenzo Fabbri & Ermanno Nihil), pp. 58-79.

“Managing Love and Death at the Zoo: The Biopolitics of Endangered Species Preservation,” Australian Humanities Review 50 (May 2011; “Unloved Others: Death of the Disregarded in the Time of Extinctions,” ed. Deborah Bird Rose and Thom van Dooren), pp. 137-157.

“Hunting the Mammoth, Pleistocene to Postmodern,” The Journal for Critical Animal Studies IX: 1/2 (2011; “Continental Philosophical Perspectives on Non-Human Animals,” ed. Chloë Taylor), pp. 32-47.

“Reversing Extinction: Restoration and Resurrection in the Pleistocene Rewilding Projects,” Humanimalia 2:2 (Spring 2011), pp. 4-27.

“The Pauline Ellipsis in Foucault’s Genealogy of Christianity,” Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 11:1 (Winter 2010; “Michel Foucault and St. Paul,” ed. Valerie Nicolet Anderson and Sophie Fuggle), pp. 1-15.

“From Zoo to Zoöpolis: Effectively Enacting Eden,” Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounter after Noah, ed. Ralph R. Acampora (Toposophia: Sustainability, Dwelling, Design; Lexington Books, 2010), pp. 193-219.

“Feline Divinanimality: Derrida and the Discourse of Species in Genesis,” The Bible and Critical Theory 2:2 (2006), pp. 18.1-18.23.

“‘Masters of the Wild’: Animals and the Environment in Dungeons & Dragons,” Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 32:1 (2006), pp. 135-168.

“‘The only limitation is your imagination’: Quantifying the Medieval and Other Fantasies in Dungeons & Dragons,” Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, ed. Stephanie Trigg (Making the Middle Ages, 8; Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols and Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 2005), pp. 223-40.

“A Real Animal Right(s)? Discourse Bias in Animal Discourse,” PAN: Philosophy Activism Nature 3 (2005), pp. 1-11.

“On Animal Resistance,” Liveable Communities, ed. J. Haswell and D. MacCallum (Perth: Black Swan Press, 2003), pp. 85-96.