Nonfiction

Essays

“Dindga McCannon, or A Table of Their Own” in Whitehot Magazine, 19 October 2020. Available Online.

“Hiba Schahbaz, or What Dreams I Might Become” in Whitehot Magazine, 8 October 2020. Available Online.

“Coming Soon: Filo Sofi Arts Presents ‘Disclosures’ for Whitehot Magazine” in Whitehot Magazine, 6 October 2020. Available Online

“The Pragmatic Truth of Existentialism” in Erraticus, 24 August 2020. Available Online

“Arthur Kwon Lee Picks a Fight With Modernity” in Whitehot Magazine, 20 August 2020. Available Online

“The Locking Spine” in Erraticus, 10 March 2020. Available Online

“The Chorus of Philosophy: Communicative Praxis at the Intersection of Philosophy and Literature” in Review of Communication vol. 19, no. 3 (2019).

“The Instinctualist Manifesto” in Rituals in Pairing, Iris Scott Exhibition. New York: Filo Sofi Arts, 2019.

“Everybody Gets a Cat: Iris Scott and the Problem of Kitsch” in The Door is Ajar, Mind the Cat, Iris Scott Exhibition. New York: Filo Sofi Arts, 2018.

“Space Age Philosophy: Wonder in the Archives.” Memoirs and Memories: Tales from Purdue’s Archives and Special Collections, 5 August 2015. Available Online

Books

The Ontological I & Other Essays. Streisguth Martin (2012). Buy it here.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

“Communicating that I Am: Mirrors, Modernism, and the Ontology of Place” in Review of Communication vol. 19, no. 3 (2019).

“Between Solitude and Solidarity: Objectification in the Existential Novels of Camus and Naipaul” in Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics vol. 41, no. 2 (Winter 2018), pp. 48-59.

“Joyce and Heidegger: Appropriations of the Past Toward a New Philosophy of Transcendence” in College Literature vol. 45, no. 3 (Summer 2018), pp. 487-451.

Book Reviews

Jeremy Ekberg, The Myth of Identity in Modern Drama, in Sartre Studies International vol. 23, no. 2 (Dec. 2017), pp. 119-22.

David F. Krell, Ecstacy, Catastrophe: Heidegger from Being and Time to the Black Notebooks, in Phenomenological Reviews, 25 February 2016. Available Online

Martin Heidegger, Hegel, translated by Joseph Arel and Niels Feuerhahn, in Phenomenological Reviews, 4 January 2016. Available Online