“Movies on the Move: Filming the Amazonian Rainforest.” Pushing Past the Human in Latin American Cinema. Ed. Gisela Heffes and Carolyn Fornoff. New York: SUNY UP. (forthcoming in 2020)

 

“Natural Women? Nature and Femininity in Noémia Delgado’s Masks and Teresa Villaverde’s Trance.” Portuguese Women Directors. Ed. Hilary Owen and Mariana Liz. London and New York: Bloomsbury, (forthcoming in 2019).

 

“Phytognosis: Learning from Plants.” Living with Plants. Ed. James Ellis. Calgary: Calgary Institute for the Humanitites. (forthcoming in 2019).

 

“Interspecies Peace: Learning to Live Together.” Histories of Nature and Environment: Perspectives and Dialogues. Ed. Ana Roque. (forthcoming in 2019)

 

“¿Es nuestro mundo un mundo posutópico?” Después del fin del mundo. Ed. Vicenç Villatoro. Barcelona: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona and Diputació de Barcelona. 2017. 26-28.

 

“What do we Owe the Future.” A Stone Reader. Modern Ethics in 77 Arguments. Ed. Peter Catapano and Simon Critchley. New York and London: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2017. 414-16. (with Michael Marder).

 

“Cinema in Totalitarian Iberia: Propaganda and Persuasion under Salazar and Franco.” Beyond Tordesillas: Critical Essays in Comparative Luso-Hispanic Studies. Eds. Robert Newcomb and Richard Gordon, Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2017. 220-233.

 

“Phytographia: Literature as Plant Writing.” The Language of Plants: Science, Philosophy and Literature. Ed. Patrícia Vieira, Monica Gagliano and John Ryan. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017. 215-233.

 

“Beyond Use Value: Humanities for Humanities’ Sake.” The Role of the Humanities in Times of Crisis. Ed. María Pilar Rodríguez. Madrid: Dicksinson Press, 2016. 127-139.

 

“Laws of the Jungle: The Politics of Contestation in Cinema about the Amazon.” The Green Thread: Dialogues with the Vegetal World. New York: Lexington Press, 2015. 129-45.

 

“António Vieira’s Utopian Kingdom of Christ on Earth.” Utopia in the Portuguese-Speaking World. Ed. Francisco Bethencourt. Berne: Peter Lang. 71-97.

 

“Filming Women in the Colonies: Gender Roles in New State Cinema about the Empire.” Gender, Empire, Postcolony. Luso-Afro-Brazilian Intersections. Ed. Hilary Owen and Anna Klobucka. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 71-85.

 

“O Cinema de Pedro Costa: Cinefilia, Amadorismo, Utopia.” Imagens Achadas: Documentário, Política e Processos Sociais em Portugal. Lisbon: Colibri Press, 2014. 205-23.

 

“Heróis sem Carácter. Particularismo e Identidade Nacional em Macunaíma.” [“Heroes with no Character: Particularism and National Identity in Macunaíma”].  Re-Writing/Re-Memoring History in Literature through the Colonial/Postcolonial Junction. Ed. Inocência Mata. Lisbon: Colibri, 2012. 59-77.

 

“Poetas em Grande Plano. Camões, Bocage e a Política do Espírito do Estado Novo Português.” [“Poets in Focus: Camões, Bocage and the Politics of the Spirit of the Portuguese New State”] Ed. Pedro Serra. Aula de los Medios. Poesía, Cine y Fotografía. Salamanca: Ediciones Usal. 2012. 119-126. 

 

The (In) Visibility of Colonial Wars in Mia Couto and J. M. Coetzee.” Plots of War.Modern Narratives of Conflict. Eds. Adriana Martins and Isabel Gil. New York and Berlin: de Gruyter Publishers, 2012. 24-31.

 

Existential Utopia: Of the World, the Possible, the Finite.” Existential Utopia: New Perspectives on Utopian Thought. Eds. Patricia Vieira and Michael Marder. London and New York: Continuum Press, 2011. 35-49. (with Michael Marder). 

 

“Identificação, Regressão e Persuasão: Autoridade e Hierarquia no Cinema do Estado Novo” [“Identification, Regression and Persuasion: Authority and Hierarchy in New State Cinema”]. A Cultura Portuguesa no Divã. [Portuguese Culture on the Couch.] Ed. Adriana Martins and Isabel Gil. Lisbon: Catholic University Press, 2011. 51-61.