“Climate vs. Embodiment” in The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Climate, ed. Adeline Johns-Putra and Kelly Sulzbach. Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. (Invited)
“Ecology” in Understanding Flusser, Understanding Modernism, ed. Aaron Jaffe, Michael Miller, and Rodrigo Paula. Forthcoming from Bloomsbury Academic. (Invited)
“Terraforming Earth, Climate and Recursivity.” Forthcoming in diacritics, 2020.
“Song of the Swarm: (Early) Modern Bee Media.” Lesser Living Creatures of the Renaissance, Ed. Keith Botelho and Joseph Campana. Forthcoming from Penn State University Press.
“Scale in Ecological Science Writing.” The Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication, ed. Swarnalatha Rangarajan, Scott Slovic, and Vidya Sarweswaran. 2019
“Corporate Chemistry: A Biopolitics of Environment in Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring and Richard Powers’s Gain.” American Literary History 29.1 (2017).
“Epistemic Things in Charles and Ray Eames’s Powers of Ten.” Scale in Literature and Culture, ed. David Wittenberg and Michael Tavel Clarke. Palgrave-Macmillan, 2017.
“Accelerated Reading: Fossil Fuels, Infowhelm, and Archival Life.” Anthropocene Reading: Literary History in Geologic Times, ed. Tobias Menely and Jesse Oak Taylor. Penn State University Press, 2017.
“Scale Variance and the Concept of Matter.” The New Politics of Materialism: History, Science, Philosophy, ed. Sarah Ellenzweig and John H. Zammito. Routledge, 2017.
“Sanitation and Telepathy: George Eliot’s The Lifted Veil.” Victorian Literature and Culture 45.1 (2017).
“Scale Critique for the Anthropocene.” The Minnesota Review December 2014.
“Knowing When You’re in Terra Incognita: Mapping, Vision, and Orientation in Ishmael’s Anatomies.”Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies 14:3.
“Status Report on the Batwing Vinyl Lichen, Leptogium platynum, in Canada.” Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Ottawa, Ontario. 2010. (co-authored with Trevor Goward)
Dr. Woods advises graduate students whose work connects to any of the fields listed above, including students studying pre-20th century topics or affiliated with other departments. His undergraduate teaching interests focus on environmental media, media history, ecocritical theory, science and technology studies, and environmental science fiction.