· “Cripping Immunity: Disability and the Immune Self.” Manifestos for the Future of Critical Disability Studies and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Disability: Looking Towards the Future: Vol 2. Eds. Katie Ellis, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Mike Kent, and Rachel Robertson. New York: Routledge, 2019. 164-172.
· “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.
· “Osagie Obasogie and Marcy Darnovsky’s Beyond Bioethics: Toward a New Biopolitics.” Somatosophere, 2018. http://somatosphere.net/2018/09/osagie-obasogie-and-marcy-darnovskys-beyond-bioethics-toward-a-new-biopolitics.html
· “Cultivating ‘Epistemological Humility’: How to Reimagine the Medical Humanities.” Review of Sari Altschuler’s The Medical Imagination: Literature and Health in the Early United States (UPenn Press, 2018).
· “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
· “How to Survive a Plague?” Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal, 2018. <https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2019/01/16/how-to-survive-an-epidemic/>
· “Prophylactic Fictions; or, The Purpose of Caravans.” Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal, 2018. <https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2018/11/13/prophylactic-fictions/>
· “The Theater of Medicine: Inchbald's Animal Magnetism." Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2018/07/19/the-theater-of-medicine/
· “On Interdisciplinarity; or, a Response.” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2018/05/23/on-interdisciplinarity-or-a-response/
· Proceedings from Session 112 roundtable: ASECS and V21 with Stephanie Insley Hershinow, Travis Chi Wing Lau, Jonathan Kramnick, Laura E. Martin. Organized and published by Katarzyna Bartoszynska and Eugenia Zuroski with Anna Kornbluh as respondent. http://ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2018/06/V21Lau.pdf
· “Taking Stock: Disability Studies and the Medical Humanities.” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2018. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2018/03/14/taking-stock-disability-studies-and-the-medical-humanities
· “Historicizing Disability and Data: The Promises of DH.” Field Guide for January 2018. Media Commons: A Digital Scholarly Network, 2018. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/can-digital-humanities-change-way-we-study-health-and-practice-medicine-how-do-digital-re-0
· “Revisiting HIV/AIDS Writing in the Age of Trump.” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2018. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2018/01/15/revisiting-aids/
· “Disorientations: On Disability in Graduate School.” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2017/11/28/disorientations/
· “The Anti-Disability of Anti-Vaccination.” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2017/10/30/the-anti-disability-of-anti-vaccination/
· “Revaluing Illness: Virginia Woolf’s ‘On Being Ill.’” Medical and Health Humanities: A Department Without Walls, 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2017/10/03/on-being-ill/
· 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://medhumdosis.com/2016/11/28/anti-vaccination-and-bioinsecurity/
· “‘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.