- Neocybernetics and Narrative. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2014.
- Posthuman Metamorphosis: Narrative and Systems. New York: Fordham University Press, 2008.
- Energy Forms: Allegory and Science in the Era of Classical Thermodynamics. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2001.
- Dora Marsden and Early Modernism: Gender, Individualism, Science. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996.
- Allegories of Writing: The Subject of Metamorphosis. Albany:State University of New York Press, 1995.
- Bruce Clarke. Earth, Life, and System: Evolution and Ecology on a Gaian Planet. New
York: Fordham University Press, 2015.
- Routledge Companion to Literature and Science. Bruce Clarke with Manuela Rossini, eds. London and New York: Routledge, 2010.
- Emergence and Embodiment: New Essays in Second-Order Systems Theory. Ed. Bruce Clarke and Mark B. Hansen. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
- From Energy to Information: Representation in Science and Technology, Art, and Literature. Ed. Bruce Clarke and Linda D. Henderson. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002.
- The Body and the Text: Comparative Essays in Literature and Medicine. Ed. Bruce Clarke and Wendell Aycock. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1990.
- Literature and Science: The Next Generation. Ed. Bruce Clarke. A special number of Intertexts (9:1): 2005.
- Webs of Discourse: The Intertextuality of Science Studies. Ed. Bruce Clarke. A special number of Intertexts (3:2): 1998.
Book Chapters in Print
- “The Planetary Imaginary: Gaian Ecologies from Dune to Neuromancer.” In Earth, Life, and System: Evolution and Ecology on a Gaian Planet. Ed. Bruce Clarke. New York: Fordham University Press, 2015. 151-74.
- “Evolutionary Equality: Neocybernetic Posthumanism and Margulis and Sagan’s Writing
Practice.” In Writing Posthumanism, Posthuman Writing. Ed. Sidney I. Dobrin. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press, 2015. 275-97.
- “Mediations of Gaia.” In Astroculture: Figurations of Cosmology in Media and Arts. Eds. Sonja Neef, Henry Sussman, and Dietrich Boschung. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2014.
- “Posthumanism.” In The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism, 3rd ed. Eds. Michael Groden, Martin Kreiswirth, and Imre Szeman. Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins University Press, 2013.
- “‘Gaia is not an Organism’: The Early Scientific Collaboration of Lynn Margulis and
James Lovelock.” In Lynn Margulis: The Life and Legacy of a Scientific Rebel. Ed. Dorion Sagan. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green, 2012. 32-43.
- “Autopoiesis and the Planet.” In Impasses of the Post-Global: Theory in the Era of Climate Change, vol. 2. Ed. Henry Sussman. Ann Arbor: Open Humanities Press, 2012.
- “Afterword.” In Science in Modern Poetry: New Directions. Ed. John Holmes. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2012. 210-14.
- Clarke, B. (2011). "Steps to an Ecology of Systems: Whole Earth and Systemic Holism".
In Hannes Bergthaller and Carsten Schinko. (Ed.),
- “Systems Theory.” In Bruce Clarke with Manuela Rossini, eds. Routledge Companion to Literature and Science. London and New York: Routledge, 2010, pp.214-25.
- “Communication” and “Information.” InCritical Terms for Media Studies. Eds. W. J. T. Mitchell and Mark B. N. Hansen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
2010, pp.131-44, 157-71.
- “Interview with Heinz von Foerster” and “Heinz von Foerster’s Demons: The Emergence
of Second-Order Systems Theory.” InEmergence and Embodiment: New Essays in Second-Order Systems Theory. Eds. Bruce Clarke and Mark B. N. Hansen. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, pp. 26-61.
- --- and Mark B. N. Hansen. “Introduction: Neocybernetic Emergence.” InEmergence and Embodiment: New Essays in Second-Order Systems Theory. Eds. Bruce Clarke and Mark B. N. Hansen. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, pp.1-25.
- “Neocybernetics of Gaia: The Emergence of Second-Order Gaia Theory.” InGaia in Turmoil:Climate Change, Biodepletion, and Earth Ethics in an Age of Crisis. Eds. Eileen Crist and H. Bruce Rinker. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2009, pp.293-314.
- “Der Selbstreferenzielle Wissenschaftler: Erzählung, Medien und Metamorphose in Cronenbergs
Die Fliege.” Trans. Sascha Pöhlmann. In Frosch und Frankenstein. Bilder in und über Wissenschaft-Popularisierungen und Mythenbildung. Ed. Peter Weingart and Bernd Huppauf. Bielefeld: Transcript. 2008.
- “Suffragism, Imagism, and the ‘Cosmic Poet’: Scientism and Spirituality in The Freewoman
and The Egoist.” In Little Magazines and Modernism. Ed. Adam McKible and Suzanne Churchill. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007. pp.117-31.
- “The Self-Referential Scientist: Narrative, Media, and Metamorphosis in Cronenberg’s
The Fly.” In Science Images and Popular Images of Science. Ed. Peter Weingart and Bernd Huppauf. New York: Routledge, 2007: 301-22.
- “Noise in the System: Kinga Araya’s Media Art.” Hybris: Kinga Araya. Ed. Sebastian Cichocki. Bytom: Bytomskie Centrum Kultury, 2003: 79-87.
- “Strong Constructivism: Modernity and Complexity in Science Studies and Systems Theory.”
In Democracy, Civil Society, and Environment. Ed. Joseph Bilello. Muncie, IN: College of Architecture and Planning Monograph,
Ball State University, 2002: 41-49.
- "Dark Star Crashes: Classical Thermodynamics and the Allegory of Cosmic Catastrophe.”
In From Energy to Information: Representation in Science and Technology, Art, and Literature. Ed. Clarke and Henderson. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002: 59-75.
- “From Thermodynamics to Virtuality.” In From Energy to Information: Representation in Science and Technology, Art, and Literature. Ed. Clarke and Henderson. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002: 17-33.
- “A Different Sun: The Allegory of Thermodynamics in D. H. Lawrence.” In Myth and the Making of Modernity. Ed. Michael Bell and Peter Poellner. Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 1998: 81-98.
- “Aspects of the Daemonic in Primo Levi’s The Periodic Table.” In The Literature of Science: Perspectives on Popular Scientific Writing. Ed. Murdo William McRae. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1993: 169-85.
- “The Melancholy Serpent: Body and Landscape in Lawrence and William Carlos Williams.”
In D. H. Lawrence’s Literary Inheritors. Ed. Keith Cushman and Dennis Jackson. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991: 188-210.
- “Keatsian Turns: Diagraming Metaphor and Empathy.” In Approaches to Teaching Keats’s Poetry. Ed. Walter H. Evert and Jack W. Rhodes. New York: MLA, 1991: 59-63.
- “Life, Language, and Identity: Lewis Thomas’s Biomythology in The Lives of a Cell.”
In The Body and the Text: Comparative Essays in Literature and Medicine. Ed. Bruce Clarke and Wendell Aycock. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1990:
Articles, Article Reviews, and Introductions
- “Introduction: Earth, Life, and System.” In Earth, Life, and System: Evolution and Ecology on a Gaian Planet. Ed. Bruce Clarke. New York: Fordham University Press, 2015. 1-11.
- “‘The Anthropocene,’ or, Gaia Shrugs,” in Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 1:1 (2015): 101-4.
- “John Lilly, The Mind of the Dolphin, and Communication Out of Bounds.” In Communication +1: vol. 3, article 8 (2014).
- “A Foreword by the Series Editor.” In Heinz von Foerster. The Beginning of Heaven and Earth Has No Name: Seven Days with Second-Order Cybernetics. Eds. Albert Müller and Karl H. Müller. New York: Fordham University Press, 2014.
- “Rethinking Evolution: Evolution: A View from the 21st Century, by James A. Shapiro, and The Biologist’s Mistress: Rethinking Self-Organization in Art, Literature, and Nature, by Victoria N. Alexander.” Configurations 20:3 (2013): 335-40.
- “Gaming the Trace: Systems Theory for Comparative Literature.” The Comparatist 37 (2013): 186-99.
- “From Information to Cognition: The Systems Counterculture, Heinz von Foerster’s Pedagogy,
and Second-Order Cybernetics.” Constructivist Foundations 7:3 (2012): 196-207.
- “Embodied Mediation: Avatar and its Systems.” Zeitschrift für Medien- und Kulturforschung 3:1 (2012): 25-42.
- “Heinz von Foerster and Niklas Luhmann: The Cybernetics of Social Systems Theory.”
Cybernetics and Human Knowing 18:3-4 (2011): 95-99.
- Clarke, B. (2011). “Embodied Mediation: Semiosis in _Avatar_”. Zeitschrift für Medien-
- Clarke, B. “Rethinking Evolution". Cybernetics and Human Knowing.
- Bruce Clarke and Mark B. N. Hansen. “Introduction: Neocybernetic Emergence.” InEmergence and Embodiment: New Essays in Second-Order Systems Theory. Eds. Bruce Clarke and Mark B. N. Hansen. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, pp.1-25.
- Bruce Clarke. “Charles Darwin: Conservative Messiah? Joseph Carroll’s Literary Darwinism.” Electronic Book Review (2009)
- Bruce Clarke and Mark B. N. Hansen. “Neocybernetic Emergence: Retuning the Posthuman.”
Cybernetics and Human Knowing 16:1-2 (2009): 83-99.
- “Posthuman Metamorphosis: Narrative and Neocybernetics.” Subject Matters 3.2-4:1 (2007): 31-48.
- “Gaia Matters: James Lovelock's The Revenge of Gaia and Stephan Harding's Animate
Earth.” (2006) electronic book review
- “Charles Darwin: Conservative Messiah? Joseph Carroll’s Literary Darwinism.” Green Letters 7 (2006): 36-41.
- “Introduction.” Literature and Science: The Next Generation. Intertexts 9.1 (2005): 1-3.
- “The Metamorphoses of the Quasi-Object: Narrative, Network, and System in Bruno Latour
and The Island of Dr. Moreau.” Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 50 (2005): 37-56.
- “Paradox and the Form of Metamorphosis: Systems Theory in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Intertexts 8.2 (2004): 173-87.
- “Mediating The Fly: Posthuman Metamorphosis in the 1950s.” Configurations 10.1 (2002): 169-91.
- “Introduction.” With Linda D. Henderson. In From Energy to Information: Representation in Science and Technology, Art, and Literature, ed. Clarke and Henderson. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002: 1-15.
- “Science, Theory, and Systems.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 8.1 (2001): 149-65.
- “Friedrich Kittler’s Technosublime: Gramophone, Film, Typewriter.” American Book Review 22.1 (2000): 7, 9.
- “Friedrich Kittler’s Technosublime: Gramophone, Film, Typewriter.” electronic book
review 10 (1999)
- “Introduction: Webs of Discourse—The Intertextuality of Science Studies.” Intertexts 3.2 (1999): 99-104.
- “Mabel Dodge Luhan and the Lawrencean Aether.” Paunch 69-70 (1999): 123-35.
- “A Scientific Romance: Thermodynamics and the Fourth Dimension in Charles Howard Hinton’s
‘The Persian King.’” Weber Studies 14.1 (1997): 62-74.
- “Allegories of Victorian Thermodynamics.” Configurations 4.1 (1996):67-90.
- “Introduction: Allegory and Science.” Configurations 4.1 (1996): 33-37.
- “Dora Marsden and Ezra Pound: The New Freewoman and ‘The Serious Artist.’” Contemporary Literature 33.1 (1992): 91-112.
- “D. H. Lawrence and the Egoist Group.” Journal of Modern Literature 18.1 (1992): 65-76.
- “Dora Marsden and The Freewoman: Anarchism and Literature.” Works and Days 10.1 (1992): 129-43.
- “Resistance in Theory and the Physics of the Text.” New Orleans Review 18.1 (1991): 86-93.
- "Introduction." In The Body and the Text: Comparative Essays in Literature and Medicine, ed. Bruce Clarke and Wendell Aycock. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1990.
- “Sacred Truths, Complex Tropes, Critical Misreadings.” University of Hartford Studies in Literature 21.3 (1989): 55-60.
- “Circe’s Metamorphoses: Late Classical and Early Modern Allegorical Readings of the
Odyssey and the Metamorphoses.” University of Hartford Studies in Literature 21.2 (1989): 3-20.
- “Daemonic Anatomy: Embarrassment and Theft in Apuleius’s The Golden Ass.” Mosaic 21.2-3 (1988): 13-23.
- “The Melancholy Serpent: Body and Landscape in William Carlos Williams and D. H. Lawrence.”
Bucknell Review 31.1 (1988): 139-58.
- “Artifice and Oscillation in the Eighteenth-Century Sublime.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 28.3 (1987): 271-77.
- “The Fall of Montezuma: Poetry and History in William Carlos Williams and D. H. Lawrence.”
William Carlos Williams Review 12.1 (1986): 1-12.
- “Dora Marsden’s Egoism and Modern Letters: West, Weaver, Joyce, Pound, Lawrence, Williams,
Eliot.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio-Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 2.2 (1985): 27-47.
- “Birkin in Love: Corrupt Sublimity in D. H. Lawrence’s Representation of Soul.” Thought 59.235 (1984): 449-61.
- “Fabulous Monsters of Conscience: Anthropomorphosis in Keats’s Lamia.” Studies in Romanticism 23.4 (1984): 555-79.
- “The Apolline Complex in Contemporary Tabloid Journalism.” Studies in Popular Culture 7 (1984): 86-93.
- “The Eye and the Soul: A Moment of Clairvoyance in The Plumed Serpent.” The Southern Review 19.2 (1983): 289-301.
- “Wordsworth’s Departed Swans: Sublimation and Sublimity in Home at Grasmere.” Studies in Romanticism 19.4 (1980): 355-74.
- “Imagination’s Glory, the One, the Sexual Body: Contexts for ‘Dejection: an Ode.’”
Paunch 48-49 (1977): 51-82.
- “Miss Lonelyhearts and the Detached Consciousness.” Paunch 42-43 (1975): 21-39.
- “Victorian Bodies in Heat: ThermoPoetics: Energy in Victorian Literature and Science, by Barri J. Gold.” Metascience 20:2 (2011): 325-28.
- "Decomplexifying Luhmann: Luhmann Explained: From Souls to Systems, by Hans-Georg
Moeller.” Cybernetics and Human Knowing 15.2 (2008): 93-96.
- “The Work of the Sun: Literature, Science, and Political Economy, 1760-1860, by Ted
Underwood.” European Romanticism Review (2008). 19:5.
- "D. H. Lawrence and Survival: Darwinism in the Fiction of the Transitional Period,
by Ronald Granofsky.” Studies in the Novel 37.3 (2005): 352-54.
- "Inscribing Science: Scientific Texts and the Materiality of Communication, ed. Timothy
Lenoir.” Comparative Literature 52.1 (2000): 87-90.
- "Utopian Vistas: The Mabel Dodge Luhan House and the American Counterculture, by Lois Palken Rudnick.” D. H. Lawrence Review 27.1 (1998): 119-22.
- "D. H. Lawrence’s Response to Plato: A Bloomian Interpretation, by Barry J. Scherr.”
English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 41.2 (1998): 243-46.
- "Days and Nights with Lawrence: D. H. Lawrence: The Story of a Marriage, by Brenda Maddox, and A D. H. Lawrence Chronology, by Peter Preston.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 38.4 (1995): 542-46.
- "A Lawrencean Cosmology: Sketches of Etruscan Places and Other Italian Essays, by
D. H. Lawrence.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 37.4 (1994): 556-59.
- "Vitalism and/or Nihilism: Two Lawrenceans.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 37.2 (1994): 269-74.
- "Literature and Sickness, ed. David Bevan.” Literature and Medicine 12:2 (1993): 239-41.
- “Doubt and Identity in Romantic Poetry, by Andrew M. Cooper.” Studies in Romanticism 30.4 (1991): 692-95.
- “Reading Pound Reading: Modernism After Nietzsche, by Kathryne V. Lindberg, and Ezra
Pound: The Legacy of Kulchur, ed. Marcel Smith and William A. Ulmer.” South Atlantic Review 54.3 (1989): 147-50.
- “Articulate Flesh: Male Homo-eroticism and Modern Poetry, by Gregory Woods.” D. H. Lawrence Review 21.1 (1989): 107-8.
- “Honest Simplicity in William Carlos Williams’s ‘Asphodel, That Greeny Flower,’ by
Marilyn Kallet, and A Poetry of Presence: The Writing of William Carlos Williams, by Bernard Duffey.” South Atlantic Review 53.1 (1988): 167-70.
- “Symbol to Vortex: Poetry, Painting and Ideas, 1885-1914, by Alan Robinson.” South Atlantic Review 51.4 (1986): 156-59.
- “The Periodic Table, by Primo Levi.” The Georgia Review 40.2 (1986): 576-79.
- “Scaling the Microcosm.” Keynote lecture for “Scale,” the 2015 European Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference, University
- “Planetary Immunity: Biopolitics, Gaia Theory, and the Systems Counterculture.” Institute
for the Culture and Aesthetics of Digital Media (ICAM). Leuphana University Lüneburg.
- “The Problem with Intelligence: The Disunity of the Sciences in Stanislaw Lem's Fiasco.” Narrating Science lecture series. ELINAS: Center for Literature and Natural Science, Friedrich Alexander
University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.
- "Planetary Immunity I and II.“ Science Studies Research Workshop. University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
- “The AI Constellation: Cybernetics, Science Fiction, and Communication.” Mike Ryan
Lecture Series, Philosophy Student Association, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw,
- “Systemic Reentry and Narrative Form.” Plenary address for the 2014 Rice English Graduate Symposium: Reconceptualizing Narrative: Structures, Systems, Boundaries. Rice University, Houston,
- “Dolphins on Drugs: The Human Biocomputer, the Biological Computer Laboratory, and
the Systems Counterculture.” Institute for Contemporary History, University of Vienna,
- "Planetary Immunity.” Workshop on Imagining Earth: Concepts of Wholeness in Cultural Constructions of “Our Home Planet.” Ruhr-University
- “Cybercosmopoetics.” Workshop on Cosmopoetics. Deutsches Haus, New York University.
- NASA Workshop on Understanding Literature and Art Cultures for Transformative Research.
Center for Science and the Imagination. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
- “Cycle and Flow: Steps to a General Ecology in Gregory Bateson and Félix Guattari.”
Workshop on The Ecological Paradigm: Issues and Perspectives of a General Ecology
of Media and Technology. Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
- “The Ecology of Neuromancer.” Scott-Hawkins lecture series, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX.
- “Gaming the Trace: Systems Theory for Comparative Literature.” Plenary address for
the Southern Comparative Literature Association Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Workshop on “Fiction Meets Science: The World of Science under the Literary Microscope.”
University of Bremen, Germany.
- “Approaching Telepathy: Facticity, Critique, Narrative, and the Closure of Communication.”
School of Sociology and Philosophy, University College Cork, Ireland.
- “Lynn Margulis and Autopoietic Gaia.” Lynn Margulis: Celebrating a Life in Science,
University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
- Clarke, B., Cosmology and Cosmopolitanism in Media and Culture, International Research
Institute for Transformations in the Humanities, University of Cologne, Germany, "“Mediations
of Gaia”," International, Peer Reviewed/Refereed. (November 2011).
- Clarke, B., Heinz von Foerster Congress, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, "“The
Self-Organizing Classroom: Foerster’s BCL Pedagogy 1968-1974”," International, Peer
Reviewed/Refereed. (November 2011).
- Clarke, B., Journee Posthumanisme, Centre d'Etudes Féminines et d'Etudes de Genre,
- “Gaia Theory and Neocybernetic Posthumanism.” Centre d'Etudes Féminines et d'Etudes
de Genre, Université Paris 8, March 21, 2011.
- “Information, Cognition, and Narration.” Centre de Recherche sur la Littérature et
la Cognition, Université Paris 8, March 19, 2011.
- “Posthumanism, Subjects, and Systems.” School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University
of St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland, March 10, 2011.
- “‘Our Microscopic Allies’: H. G. Wells among the Microbes.” Institute of Advanced
Study in the Humanities and the Social Sciences, University of Berne, Switzerland,
March 9, 2011.
- “‘Our Microscopic Allies’: H. G. Wells among the Microbes.” Department of English,
University of Basel, Switzerland, March 8, 2011.
- “Michel Serres’ Cybernetics in Autopoietic Context.” Max Planck Institute for the
History of Science, Berlin, Germany, January 18, 2011.
- “Heinz von Foerster in the Systems Counterculture.” Institute for Contemporary History,
University of Vienna, Austria, December 16, 2010.
- “Gaia Theory and Biodiversity.” Plenary address for “Biodiversity and Contemporary
Art,” SymbioticA, The Centre for Excellence in Biological Arts, University of Western
Australia at Perth, November 2010.
- “Embodied Mediation: Semiosis in Avatar.” Invited presentation for the International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies
and Media Philosophy, Bauhaus-University Weimar, November 2010.
- “Narrative Medium, Narrative Form: Reentry and Time.” Plenary address for “Loopings,”
annual meeting of the Society for Media Studies (Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft),
Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany, October 2010.
- “Waiting for Gaia.” Invited presentation for Idioms of the Post-Global, University
at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, March 2009.
- “Systems Countercultures: Buckminster Fuller and the Whole Earth Catalog.” The Counterculture
in the 1950s and 1960s: From the Beats to Bucky Fuller, Blanton Museum of Art, University
of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. 2008.
- “Bringing Neocybernetics to Lindisfarne.” Lindisfarne Fellows Conference, Santa Fe,
- “The Evolution of Metamorphosis in Octavia Butler’s Fiction.” Department of English,
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CN. 2006.
- “The Environment of Systems Theory in Margulis and Sagan.” Department of Geosciences,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 2006.
- “Communication and Media: Technoscientific Transformation and Social Theory.” Comparative
Literature Program, Department of Languages, Literatures, & Cultures, University of
South Carolina, Columbia, SC. 2006.
- “‘The Flow of Energy Through a System’: Getting Started with Systems in the Whole
Earth Catalog.” The Whole Earth, parts thereof, a symposium on the Whole Earth Catalog,
University of California at Davis, Davis, CA. 2006.
- Discussant, panel on “The Death of the Postmodern and the Post-Ironic Lull.” University
of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. 2005.
- “Niklas Luhmann and Heinz von Foerster: The Cybernetics of Social Systems Theory.”
Department of Philosophy, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada. 2005.
- “The ‘Top Word of 2003’: Notes on the Rhetoric and Epistemology of ‘Embedding’ in
Media, Narrative, and Systems.” Department of English, Rice University, Houston, TX.
- “Narrating The Fly: Media, Systems, and the Self-Referential Scientist.” 2003. Symposium
on Images of the Sciences and Scientists in Visual Media, Deutsches Haus at New York
University, New York, NY.
- “Embedding and Self-Reference in Narrative, Media, and Systems: Framing The Fly.”
Department of English, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. 2003.
- “Posthuman Metamorphosis.” Department of English, Southern Methodist University, Dallas,
- “History and Systems.” Roundtable on “Hard Choices: How Should Literary Theorists
Approach Science.” Modern Language Association Convention, New York, NY. 2002.
- “Teleporting The Fly: Media, Metamorphosis, Systems, and the Self-Referential Scientist.”
Department of English, SUNY/Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. 2002.
- “Bruno Latour’s Aramis and the Metamorphoses of the Quasi-Object.” Panel on Networks,
Quasi-Objects, and Identity: Reintegrating Humans, Technology, and Nature, Academy
of Management Convention, Denver, CO. 2002.
- “Strong Constructivism: Modernity and Complexity in Science Studies and Systems Theory.”
Symposium on Democracy, Civil Society, and Environmental Design, College of Architecture
and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 2002.
- “Strong Constructivism: Modernity and Complexity in Science Studies and Systems Theory.”
Writing Science Symposium, Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, Stanford,
- “Allegory, Observation, and the Career of Maxwell’s Demon.” History of Science Group,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. 2002.
- "Modernism and Science.” Seminar co-leader with Linda Dalrymple Henderson. 2000. Modernist
Studies Association conference on “The New Modernisms II,” University of Pennsylvania,
- “Aether and Phonograph: The Fourth Dimension and the Real.” Panel on “Modernism’s
Fourth Dimensions,” Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University. 2000.
- “From the Aether to the Fourth Dimension: Modernist Energies in D. H. Lawrence.” Program
in Comparative Literature, University of South Carolina. 2000.
- “From the Aether to the Fourth Dimension: Modernist Energies in D. H. Lawrence.” General
Lewis Lecture, Department of English, Texas A&M University. 2000.
- “D. H. Lawrence Encounters Albert Einstein.” SMU-in-Taos Summer Lecture Series, Ranchos
de Taos, NM. 1998.
- “Dark Star Crashes: Thermodynamic Scientism and the Allegory of Cosmic Catastrophe.”
From Energy to Information: Representation in Science, Art and Literature: A Symposium/
Workshop, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. 1997.
- “Scientism in the Modern Cultural Field.” Center for the Study of Modernism, Department
of Art and Art History, University of Texas/Austin. 1996.
- “Modern Art and Science: History, Anachronism, Universality.” Panel on Modernism and
Science, College Art Association Conference, San Antonio, TX. 1995.
- TTU Integrated Faculty Scholar, 2012
- TTU Transdisciplinary Research Academy grant: Symbiosis and the Living Environment,
with Dr. Christopher Witmore, 2012
- Paul Whitfield Horn Professorship, 2011
- TTU Creative Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences grant: Earth, Life & System: An
Interdisciplinary Symposium on Environment and Evolution in Honor of Lynn Margulis
- Fellowship, International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy,
Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany, 2010-11
- Funded Invitation, Inaugural Meeting of the Chinese Daoist Salon, Zhengzhou, China,
- Texas Tech University Arts & Humanities Travel Funding Award: 4th European Conference
of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, 2006.
- Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Fellowship, University of Texas/Austin: “The
Allegory of Thermodynamics,” 1996
- Gloria Lyerla Memorial Research Travel Grant, Texas Tech University: “The Allegory
of Thermodynamics,” 1995
- President’s Book Award, Texas Tech University, for Energy Forms: Allegory and Science
in the Era of Classical Thermodynamics, 2003
- American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant for International Meetings: “D.
H. Lawrence and the Egoist Group,” 1990
- Texas State Organized Research Seed Grant: “Modernist Individualism,” 1987
- American Council of Learned Societies Grant-in-Aid: “Dora Marsden and Modern Letters,”
- Texas Tech University Faculty Development Leave (competitive sabbatical): “Systems
- Texas Tech University Faculty Development Leave: “Bodies of Information,” 2000
- Texas Tech University Faculty Development Leave: “The Allegory of Thermodynamics,”
- Texas Tech University Faculty Development Leave: “Modernist Individualism,” 1990