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“Love Song: Queer Video Use of One Pop Tune by Homosocial Boys and Young Men,” Mediated Boyhoods, ed. by Annette Wannamaker. 219-237. Peter Lang, 2011.
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“Looking At The Heart Of Things: The Uses Of MOO Programming in Composition Studies,” in Digital Tools in the Composition Classroom. 73-94. Hampton Press, 2010.

“From Darkness to Light: Struggles with the Tenure Track,” Computers and English Studies: Innovative Professional Paths, ed. by James Inman. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006.

“Weeping Stones, Living Trees: Creating and Archiving Electronic Texts in Student and Scholarly Writing,” Texts and Technology: Reading and Writing in a Technological World. Ed. by Janice Walker and Ollie Oviedo, Hampton Press, 2004.

“Saving Their Own Selves: Female to Male Cross Dressing as a Means of Survival for Married Women in Two English Plays.” Gender Blending. Ed. Bonnie Bullough, Vern L. Bullough, and James Elias. 279-283. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 1997.