Articles

·         “Before the Norm?" Disability Studies Quarterly. Roundtable: "What's In a Name: The Critical Crossroads of Disability Studies." Eds. Ally Day and Kim Nielsen. 37.3 (2017). <http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/5939/4695/>.

·         “Defoe Before Immunity: A Prophylactic Journal of the Plague Year.Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries. Eds. Christopher Loar and Adam Sills. 2016.<http://digitaldefoe.org/2016/10/19/defoe-before-immunity-a-prophylactic-journal-of-the-plague-year/>.

·         “Securing the Romantic Body: The Politics of Vaccination." English Language Notes. eds. Jill Heydt-Stevenson, Paul Youngquist, and Jeff Cox. Special Issue: "Secure Sites: Empire and the Emergence of Security." 54.1 (2016): 135-137.

·         “‘Re-questioning’ AIDS: An ‘Ethical Reflection’ from 1993 to Today. Reflections on Claude Vandevyer’s ‘Homosexuals and AIDS: A New Approach to the Illness’ from Journal of Homosexuality 253. 63. 3 (2016): 452-455.

Reviews

·         “Tanja Reiffenrath, Memoirs of Well-Being: Rewriting Discourses of Illness and Disability. H-Disability, 2017. https://networks.h-net.org/node/4189/reviews/181830/lau-reiffenrath-memoirs-well-being-rewriting-discourses-illness-and

·         “Karen Bourrier, The Measure of Manliness: Disability and Masculinity in the Mid-Victorian Novel.” Studies in the Novel. 49.2 (2017) 

·         “Daniel Brown, The Poetry of Victorian Scientists: Style, Science, and Nonsense.” British Society for Literature and Science, 2016. http://www.bsls.ac.uk/reviews/romantic-and-victorian/daniel-brown-the-poetry-of-victorian-scientists-style-science-and-nonsense/

·         “Jeremy Davies, Bodily Pain in Romantic Literature.” Romantic Circles, 2015. <https://www.rc.umd.edu/reviews-blog/jeremy-davies-bodily-pain-romantic-literature-review-travis-chi-wing-lau-0>

·         “Sharon Ruston, Creating Romanticism: Case Studies in the Literature, Science, and Medicine of the 1790s.Romantic Circles, 2015. <https://www.rc.umd.edu/reviews-blog/sharon-ruston-creating-romanticism-case-studies-literature-science-and-medicine-1790s>

Online Publications

·          Collations: Book Forum on Benjamin Morgan's The Outward Mind: Materialist Aesthetics in Victorian Science and Literature. V21 Collective. <http://v21collective.org/collations-book-forum-benjamin-morgans-outward-mind-materialist-aesthetics-victorian-science-literature/>

·         Brilliant Imperfection: A Conversation Between Eli Clare and Travis Chi Wing Lau <https://www.deafpoetssociety.com/eli-clare-ideas-issue-5/>

·         "Anti-Vaccination and Bioinsecurity." MedHum / Daily Dose, 2016. <https://medhumdailydose.com/category/the-daily-dose-medical-humanities/>

·         “‘How to Have Theory in an Epidemic’: Pulse and the Legacy of HIV/AIDS.” Impakter. 2016. <http://impakter.com/theory-epidemic-pulse-legacy-hivaids/>

·         “Orange Alert.” (a critical review of George Hrbek’s Not on Fire, But Burning). Public Books, 2016. <http://www.publicbooks.org/briefs/orange-alert>

·         “‘For the blood is the life’: Dracula and the Victorian Politics of Blood.” Invited submission. REMEDIA: the history of medicine in dialogue with its present, 2016. <https://remedianetwork.net/2016/03/14/for-the-blood-is-the-life-dracula-and-the-victorian-politics-of-blood/>

·         “Representing Anti-Vaccination: From James Gillray to Jenny McCarthy.” Invited submission. InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture (IVC), 2016. <https://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/representing-anti-vaccination-from-james-gillray-to-jenny-mccarthy/>

·         “Aveling and the Politics of Transfusion.” MIT Program in History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society (HASTS): The Image Series, 2015. <http://hasts.mit.edu/2015/11/09/the-image-series-aveling-and-the-politics-of-transfusion/>

·         “Vathek with The Episodes of Vathek: Erotic Utopia Imagined.” GenderSexions, 2012.