Contemporary Viewing Stone Display book publication: co-authored with Richard Turner and Thomas P. Elias, this book provides a comprehensive history of Chinese and Japanese stone appreciation, propounds an eco-philosophy of viewing stones, and proposes aesthetic principles for creating displays. Includes gallery of 68 viewing stone displays by connoisseurs from around the world.
The Petriverse of Pierre Jardin. An open-access work of experimental theory. A volume in SubStance@Work, a series of born-digital projects published by SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism.
“In the Labyrinth of Slow Time: “A Perturbation in the Deep Stream” (David Mitchell, co-author) and “A Perambulation in the Deep Stream”.” In C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-century Writings (peer-reviewed open access journal of the Open Library of Humanities).
Rock Records. Special issue of SubStance 146 Vol 47, no. 2, 2018. Co-editor, with Adam Nocek and Richard Turner. Publications in this issue:
- “Introduction” (pp. 3-7);
- “Stoned Thinking: The Petriverse of Pierre Jardin” (pp. 119-148);
- Introductory note to Roger Caillois, “Excerpts from Pierres reflechies (pp. 149-155)
Digital content for Rock Records:
- “Virtual Viewing Stones Exhibition” (Richard Turner and Paul A. Harris)
- “CO-MODIFIED: Rocks on Vinyl” (Richard Turner and Paul A. Harris)
- Mineral Collection of Roger Caillois
“Slow Time Zones at Loyola Marymount University.” Kronoscope: Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Time Volume 18 (2018): 14-16.
“Archivists of the Future.” Interview with David Mitchell and Katie Paterson. Posted online November 1, 2017, The International Society for the Study of Time. Forthcoming in Time’s Urgency: The Study of Time XVI (Brill), Robert Daniel and Carlos Montemayor, eds.
“Greed.” LMU Magazine. Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 2017: 29-31 (A text on this deadly sin, written without a,i,o, or u.)
Co-editor, special issue of Kronoscope (Vol 15, 1), papers from conference on “Time and Change in China and the West” at Beijing Normal University, June 20 – 22, 2014 (co-sponsored by the School of Philosophy and Sociology at Beijing Normal University and the International Society for the Study of Time (ISST).
“Tracing the Cretan Labyrinth: Mythology, Archaeology, Topology, Phenomenology.”Kronoscope14 (2014): 133-49.
“Sam Rodia’s Watts Towers in Six Sections in Succession.” In Luisa del Giudice, ed.,Sabato Rodia’s Towers in Watts(New York: Fordham UP, 2014): 79-89.
Co-Editor: Spiritual Politics After Deleuze
Essay in Cahiers de L’Herne: Michel Serres