“Change in Bodies:Documenting Female to Male Gender
Transition Through T-Diaries in YouTube,” Special Issue of Liminalities on Gender and
Sexuality in Digital Spaces, Volume 11.1, 2015. http://liminalities.net/11-1/change/
“Two Sound Pieces.” Special Issue: “Sonic Rhetorics.” Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of
Persuasion, No. 9 (2013). http://harlotofthearts.org/index.php/harlot/article/view/154/130.
“Remembering Ghosts and the Rhetoric of Collaboration,” with Keith
Dorwick, Bob Mayberry, Paul Puccio and Joonna Trapp. College Communication and Composition
Online (CCC). January 1, 2012. Includes In Memoriam, a play
manuscript, 25 pages, 1 hour performance time. Includes video version
of play directed by me at Acadiana Repertory Theatre. An archived copy
is available here for non-NCTE members: http://keithdorwick.com/ghosts
“Holding Up Through Time: A Review Essay.” The Journal of Bisexuality,
Vol. 11, No. 4.
“In Your Face” and “Masque.”
Two Digital Images. The Southwestern
Review Spring 2008, pg. 22.
“Boys Will Still Be Boys: Bisexuality and the Fate of the Shakespearean
Boy Actress on Stage and Screen,” Looking
Both Ways: Bisexuality and the Media, a special issue of
the Journal of
Bisexuality, Haworth Press. May 2007, 71-88.
“Queerness, Sexuality, Technology, and Writing: How Do Queers Write
Ourselves When We Write in Cyberspace?” with Jonathan Alexander and
Angela Crow, Computers
and Composition Online, Fall 2004.
“Stanley Kowalski's Not So Secret Sorrow: Queering, De-Queering and
Re-Queering A Streetcar
Named Desire as Drama, Script, Film and Opera,” Interdisciplinary Humanities
October 2003, Vol. 20, Issue 2, 80-94.
Editor, “Looking Elsewhere: Career Options Other than the Tenure Track
Teaching Position For M.A.s and Ph.Ds in English: An Annotated MOO
Conversation with Dene Grigar (moderator), and John F. Barber, Keith
Dorwick, Linda Jorn, Tari Fanderclai, and Karen Howell. Computers and Composition Journal,
“If They Build It, They Will Come,” Joint authored article by Niki
Aguirre, Keith Dorwick, Jim Fletcher, Sajjad Lateef, Ken McAllister and
James J. Sosnoski in the Proceedings
of ACM SIGUCCS (Special Interest Group on University and College
Computing Services) XXIV: The Cyclone of Change: Natural Disaster or
Carnival Ride?, Chicago, IL. Sept. 29-Oct 2, 1996.
“Rethinking the Academy: Problems and Possibilities of Teaching,
Scholarship, Authority, and Power in Electronic Environments.”
FeatureWeb, Kairos: A
Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments,
Vol. 1, No. 3. http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.3/ .
“The Last Bastion: Student Self Determination and the Making of a
Syllabus.” Teaching in
the Community Colleges Journal,
1.2, Winter (January) 1996, no pagination. Also available from
Educational Resources Information Clearing House (ERIC): Accession No.
ED 387 823.